The Daily Evergreen

Business brings personal touch to brewing

Customers enjoying drinks at the new microbrewery, Terrain Brewery on Jan. 25 in Pullman.

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

January 30, 2020

If you're looking for a new microbrewery to try, Terrain Brewery, which opened in December, serves craft beer and ciders made on-site to the community. Co-owners Brett and Jenna Rode said the business was a long time coming. “This has been a dream for a long time,” Jenna said. “About two and a hal...

‘Labor of love:’ baking cakes at Goose House

Decorated cakes are a staple of Goose House's goods.

HAYDYN WALLENDER, Evergreen reporter

January 30, 2020

Baking might come as a challenge for some, but for Molly Rizzuto, sweet treats are her specialty. Molly is the owner and creator of Goose House Bakery, located in Moscow. She has been operating the bakery for five years, and she does not plan on slowing down. Rizzuto was in college when she was hir...

Halal meat shop provides community, support for students

WSU Instructor and owner of PNW Halal Meats LLC, Mohammed R. Islam, says he works with the Community Action Center to help feed homeless and needy residents of Pullman. PNW Halal Meats, LLC is located on 1045 N. Grand Ave. in Pullman.

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2020

PNW Halal Meats is the only store in Pullman that provides blessed animal ingredients. They also aim to support those in need by providing food for homeless and food-insecure residents through a program with the Community Action Center. “Halal meat is one of the cultural and religious requirements...

Twirling her way to success

Twirling her way to success

RACHEL KOCH, Evergreen reporter

January 28, 2020

This most recent football season, baton twirler Selah Johnson stood out in every halftime show. As the only baton twirler for the Cougar Marching Band, Johnson first picked up a baton around thirteen years ago as a child living in Port Angeles, she said. “I grew up in a small town and there wasn’t ...

Bibliophiles, food enthusiasts gather at book clubs

Writer Rachel Clark discusses the Moscow Good Food Co-op book club Thursday afternoon at BookPeople of Moscow. Clark said she has been running the group since about 2012.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

January 23, 2020

If you made it your New Year’s resolution to read more, you’ve come to the right place. Several local book clubs have made it their mission to meet regularly and discuss literature, whether it’s just for fun, about a specific topic or to serve a bigger purpose. Moscow Food Co-op For readers with a p...

Derby Dames baking for the baked

Rice crispy treats with

JOEL KEMEGUE, Evergreen reporter

January 23, 2020

Last Friday the Rolling Hills Derby Dames stood outside Floyd’s Cannabis Co. to bring the community together with weed, baked goods and roller skating. Skaters Hannah Hayes (Collision Bell), Tara O’Brien (Ricin Krispies), Finn O’Boyle (Carolina Bruise) and Riley Welborn (Dolly Pop) ran the bake(d)...

Hidden treasures on the Palouse

Hidden treasures on the Palouse

ANNA YOUNG, Evergreen reporter

January 23, 2020

Look behind the collection of clothes, toys and furniture at Palouse Treasures and you’ll find more than just your average thrift store. The store is a branch of Boost Collaborative, a local nonprofit dedicated to providing opportunities for people with disabilities. According to the collaborative’s broch...

Amber’s Grooming Salon offers holistic approach to pet care

Amber Wright, owner of Amber's Grooming Salon, holds Jester, a 5-month-old Bedlington Terrier, Monday morning at her salon.

EMMA LEDBETTER, Evergreen reporter

January 21, 2020

Walk into Amber’s Grooming Salon in the strip mall just off Bishop Boulevard, and customers will find an open waiting area with clean hardwood floors and large armchairs in the corner. Amber Wright, owner of Amber’s Grooming Salon, said her clean shop is something her customers notice when they...

Grub Hunt: O-Ramen

Tonkotsu Ramen, made with pork bone broth, noodles, pork chashu, a seasoned egg, pickled ginger, mushrooms, spinach and green onion is one of the most popular dishes at O-Ramen. Kitchen manager Daisy Mae Beam says the spicy miso ramen is “just to die for.”

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2020

O-Ramen, a Japanese noodle shop in downtown Pullman, has sold 6,400 bowls of tonkotsu ramen and 5,500 bowls of shoyu ramen since their opening. Often, the restaurant will have lines of customers waiting to order, said Daisy Mae Beam, the kitchen manager of O-Ramen. Tonkotsu ramen, the most popular...

RealiTea one year later

RealiTea one year later

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

January 16, 2020

Walking into RealiTea, it’s common to see students gathered, hanging out or studying with friends. Candy Zhong, the general manager of RealiTea, said she wants her customers to enjoy their time and have a good memory of the restaurant.     When RealiTea first opened, managing stock was challenging, Zhon...

In his blood: DTC professor shares his passion for teaching

Tor de Vries, clinical assistant professor of Digital Technology and Culture, discusses his goals and passions in teaching Oct. 18 in Avery Hall. He said teaching and knowing something are very different.

EURUS THACH, Evergreen reporter

December 2, 2019

For Tor de Vries, clinical assistant professor of digital technology and culture, teaching is “in his blood.” As the son of two college professors, de Vries said he loves seeing students learn. “That moment when a student gets it. The moment when they were like, ‘Oh, it worked,’” he...

Retired professor opens local Hindu temple

Sarangamat Gurusiddaiah, former WSU professor and founder of Pullman Ashram, says he wanted to create a space for people in the Indian community to gather for activities, educational purposes or to practice thier spirituality on Sunday in Pullman Ashram.

LAUREN ELLENBECKER, Evergreen reporter

November 21, 2019

The outskirts of Pullman are isolated, yet scenic and tranquil. Among the small neighborhoods, auto repair shops and rolling hills is the only Indian Hindu temple in Pullman. The founder of this hall, Sarangamat Gurusiddaiah, former WSU professor, walked around the gathering space with open arms and...

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