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Brayden Andersen-Masias and Butch T. Cougar at a WSU basketball game.

Carson College senior aspires to become Amazon chief marketing officer

BRANDON WILLMAN, Multimedia editor February 12, 2024

Finding himself in a foreign country for the first time in his life as part of a study abroad program, Brayden Andersen-Masias, international business and marketing double major, was still unsure if he...

Customers at BookPeople of Moscows 50th anniversary celebration.

Celebrating 50 years: BookPeople of Moscow

ROBYN FANCHER, Evergreen reporter December 7, 2023

Excited chattering, browsing of fresh-smelling books, chocolate cake and charcuterie. BookPeople of Moscow celebrated their 50th year of business from 4–6 p.m. Nov. 15 with a night of book signings,...

Mitch Chandler, owner of Neills Flowers and Gifts and Neills Coffee and Ice Cream.

Neill’s owner blossoms Pullman floral industry

TAHSSYA AVANT, Evergreen reporter November 16, 2023

For 45 years, local business owner and former politician Mitch Chandler has been the owner of Neill’s Flowers and Gifts, a family-owned business and the only full-service florist in downtown Pullman...

WSU football watch party at Marco Polo Bar and Grill.

Cougs can watch Apple Cup in ‘sea of crimson’ in Husky-town next weekend

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief November 16, 2023

The Apple Cup is almost here, and while the game is hosted in Seattle this year, there are multiple Coug-owned and friendly bars around town where WSU fans, students and alumni can feel the Cougar football...

Pullman Batting Cage is open to all ages, welcoming all those who want to sharpen their skills on indoor turf, Oct. 10, in Pullman, Wash.

Pullman Batting Cage a hit right off the bat

SAM TAYLOR, Evergreen sports co-editor October 11, 2023

Baseball players in and around Pullman looking to get better at hitting balls in winter and into spring used to have to choose between braving the elements at a baseball field or driving all the way to...

Recreational vehicles parked at the Flying B RV Park run by two WSU alumni, Pullman, Wash.

An RV park for Cougs, by Cougs

CAITLIN SHORT, Evergreen reporter September 13, 2023

Two Cougars are behind Pullman's Flying B RV Park, the local home of about 30 parked recreational vehicles and dozens of people on football game weekends. WSU alum Steve Tomson owns and operates the...

Staff of the Black Cypress pose for a group portrait outside of their award-winning restaurant.

Pullman restaurant nominated for Outstanding Hospitality James Beard Award

NIKHIL GANTA, Evergreen reporter August 16, 2023

“We opened hoping to create a venue reflecting the qualities of our region that keeps us here - goodwill, self sufficiency, solidarity: generally, an understanding that time is precious and seems to...

Vendors at the Moscow Farmers Market, June 3.

Moscow Farmers Market attracts thousands of customers weekly with over 100 vendors

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Editor-in-chief June 5, 2023

The Moscow Farmers Market, which was initially located in a parking lot, attracts thousands of weekly customers with hundreds of vendors competing to hold a spot every year. The Farmers Market started...

Mac salad was delicious as always, though.

Bite of the Palouse: Island Grill receives thumbs up with unenthusiastic shrug

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist May 3, 2023

If you have been following this series at all, you may know that there have been quite a few restaurants that have occupied spaces in the Lumberyard. Billing itself as a fantastic gathering space for...

Half Step Ahead performing at 4/20 Fest, April 20, Pullman, Wash.

4/20: Live music and chill

NIKHIL GANTA, Evergreen reporter April 26, 2023

Local bands Half Step Ahead and Desolation Horse played tunes infused with pop, rock, alternative, indie and psychedelia for the people who lined up for Kush 21’s 4/20 Fest sales. While the lines formed...

Having a Cubano sandwich already puts it up high in my books.

Bite of the Palouse: Crybaby Cafe is a perfect weekend spot

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist April 26, 2023

If there is one thing that Pullman and the greater Palouse have in abundance, it’s cafes. The residents of the Palouse do not need to worry about getting their caffeine fix and these joints often...

Main Street in downtown Pullman is home to many different restaurants, cafes and bars.

Bite of the Palouse: The Big 7

CARSON HOLLAND, Evergreen columnist April 19, 2023

There are many different things that go into a restaurant experience. Starting from the parking situation and ending with the check at the conclusion of the night, each location is judged on every point,...

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