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Moscow welcomes Bangladeshi, Indian family restaurant

Shaheen Khan, Mela Bangladesh restaurant owner, talks about how she uses local food from the Moscow/Pullman area to bring people to her restaurant.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 24, 2018

The owners of the new Bangladeshi restaurant Mela in Moscow, married couple Shaheen and Enam Khan, want to use the bountiful legumes and lentils available locally to their advantage while also filling the void for culturally-diverse food. The couple originally moved to the Palouse so Enam could complete...

Late-night bakery opens doors in Washington

The brand new Insomnia Cookies located in Pullman delivers cookies until 3 a.m.

MAGGIE QUINLAN, Evergreen reporter

September 21, 2018

The late-night bakery chain Insomnia Cookies opened its doors for the first time in the state of Washington last week at 902 NE Colorado St. The bakery specializes in delivering warm cookies and brownies along with cold milk and ice cream every day until 3 a.m. Marketing Manager Nicole Geyer said...

Moscow local featured in Vogue UK

Arlene Falcon, owner of Tie Dye Everything in Moscow, expresses excitement over the popularity of her creations.

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

September 21, 2018

A Moscow business owner received major attention after her clothing designs were featured in the September 2018 British Vogue. Arlene Falcon, owner of the local business “Tie Dye Everything,” said the recent fame brought in several celebrity supporters, all vying for a pair of her tie-dyed jean...

Taproom hosts first-ever painting, beer event

Brushes and Brews attendee Mark Bennett adds details to his canvas at Paradise Creek Brewery's Trailside Taproom on Tuesday night.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

September 21, 2018

The patio of Paradise Creek Brewery’s Trailside Taproom was set up with rows of blank canvases in preparation for its first-ever Brushes and Brews event Tuesday. Emily Dennis was hired in May to coordinate events for the brewery and said she came up with the idea of customers drinking a pint of...

Nuthouse provides comedy, improv to Pullman

Ryan Bishop, left, and Clare Sullivan perform on stage in the Nuthouse performance Feb. 2 in Daggy Hall. Sullivan said improv is a process and comedy is the product.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2018

Nuthouse Improv Comedy’s second show of the semester Thursday hopes to give students a cheap opportunity to laugh and relax. “Let’s be real, as college students we’re all freaked out most of the time,” said August Zamzow, sophomore English major and cast member. “It helps to be able to...

Noshies establishes residence downtown

Owner Willow Falcon says her business is “a place to appreciate the social atmosphere while enjoying a glass of wine” Thursday at Noshies.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2018

In its first few weeks, Noshies has established itself as the only bottle shop stationed in downtown Pullman. Owner Willow Falcon came up with the name Noshies from the Yiddish word nosh, which means eating snacks. She wanted to capture the same emotions she felt when she was growing up and share...

Newbie’s guide to puppy-handling

Zoey, a Miniature Australian Shepherd, runs the ball back to her owner after enjoying a game of fetch.

HALLE LONG, Evergreen reporter

September 17, 2018

Taking a new pet into your home for the first time can be daunting, but the resources available for new dog owners are numerous. Carly Borba, adoptions manager of the Whitman County Humane Society and recent WSU graduate, oversees adoptions at the local animal shelter. Borba said she recommends those...

Civic Engagement hosts Connect Fest for Cougs

Ryan Lazo, left, community partnership coordinator for the Center for Civic Engagement, and graduate assistant Marie Gray speak with students about activities and events for Civic Engagement during Connect Fest on Wednesday afternoon on Glenn Terrell Mall.

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 14, 2018

The Center for Civic Engagement showcased student opportunities on the Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall on Wednesday, hoping to encourage students to venture into their community. To share some of these opportunities with students, the CCE set up Connect Fest. Over 50 registered student organizations...

Yarn Underground weaves knitting community

Shelley Stone, owner of The Yarn Underground, LLC in Moscow, Idaho, reminisces about how she started the local store Tuesday.

RYAN LUNDBERG, Evergreen reporter

September 14, 2018

Moscow is home to many local businesses but few can claim to have the same eight-year tenure The Yarn Underground, LLC has. Shelley Stone has owned and managed her yarn store since it first opened in a basement. She said in that time she had to learn a lot. “You know, I majored in recreation...

Washington Squirrel University: Typing aerobics

Washington Squirrel University: Typing aerobics

NICK SANDIFER, Evergreen cartoonist

September 14, 2018

‘I’m so much stronger than I thought I was’

CHLOE GRUNDMEIER, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2018

A race that includes swimming for a long distance, immediately jumping onto a bike while still dripping wet and trying to get your legs to work again during a run can put huge amounts of stress on the body. The Palouse Sprint Triathlon welcomed many first-time triathletes and seasoned racers alike to tr...

Affinity Farm invites locals for community tour

Kelly Kingsland, left, and Russell Poe, co-owners of Affinity Farm, share their experiences about running a small farm during a tour Monday
evening. They only use organic methods to grow produce for their customers and said they strive to work with minimal outside input.

ZACH GOFF, Evergreen reporter

September 12, 2018

Russell Poe and Kelly Kingsland usually hired help to assist with Affinity Farm, their one-acre farm they created 17 years ago. They opted to work alone this year. Poe and Kingsland annually invite community members to come to the farm for a tour of what a small-business farm looks like and how it oper...

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