The Daily Evergreen

Appaloosa saddled

Sheltyn Rose | Evergreen reporter

March 27, 2014


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The Appaloosa Museum and Heritage Center will honor its founder George B. Hatley at 4 p.m. Friday during a ceremony in Moscow, Idaho.The museum’s board of directors will dedicate the west wing of the museum to Hatley during a memorial and ribbon cutting ceremony. He dedication will celebrate Hatley’s...

Wanted: fresh skaters to tear up Derby Dames track

Wanted: fresh skaters to tear up Derby Dames track

Caitlin Bockmeir | Evergreen reporter

March 25, 2014


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The Rolling Hills Derby Dames are offering up some fresh meat.The Fresh Meat program, designed for women interested in trying roller derby, is an eight-week series dedicated to prepare participants for eligibility for games or matches, known as bouts.The Derby Dames are a full contact, flat track de...

Cutting some slack

Cutting some slack

Catherine Kruse | Evergreen reporter

March 25, 2014


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Earthy percussion, a slack key guitar and traditional Hawaiian dances will take over Jones Theatre this Friday in a concert that explores the island culture.Keola Beamer and his wife Moanalani come from the Big Island and Maui, respectively. As children, they both grew up with music. For the past 30 ye...

High on pot pie

Maxwell Reister | Evergreen food columnist

March 20, 2014


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Never trust the spring in Pullman. Its bright sunshine and blue skies are tempting, but any frolicking or basking will be thwarted by an unseen force. The invisible winds of the Palouse will rob the sun of its warmth, darken the sky with sudden thunderstorms, and can regularly sweep away underfed c...

Hop back in time

Catherine Kruse | Evergreen reporter

March 14, 2014


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Neon lights, up-tempo songs, and time caught in the nostalgia of 1930s nightlife hides in the heart of downtown Moscow.Every Wednesday and Thursday night, the room above CJ’s Nightclub becomes a dance floor for country and East Coast swing, respectively.“It’s an opportunity to go into a social s...

Taste of Treefort teases intimate music festival in Boise

Melissa Essig | Evergreen music columnist

March 14, 2014


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Sexy and sultry Grandma Kelsey walked onto the stage. Standing alone with only an electric guitar and sweaty hair, the 20-something musician sang with the most beautiful, folky, and lullaby voice Wednesday night.  Hosted by the University of Idaho, Taste of Treefort gave us a sneak peek into next we...

Native American, Egyptian, Greek stories captured at planetarium

Sheltyn Rose | Evergreen reporter

March 13, 2014


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If boredom is an issue or adventure is sought this spring, consider taking a trip across the night sky.This semester, the WSU Planetarium will host a series of themed programs open to the community. Each program will have multiple shows that will last about an hour and focus on topics ranging from a...

Tongue in cheek critique

Abby Student | Evergreen sex and relationship columnist

March 13, 2014


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There are more than 7 trillion nerves in the human body. Couples of Pullman, you have somehow managed to get on every single one of mine.My fresh-off-the-bench single status has given me a unique perspective on both couples and singles alike. Although a month ago I was caught in a thick romantic haze,...

All that jazz

Catherine Kruse | Evergreen reporter

March 12, 2014


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In a diverse community of student music organizations, VoJazz stands out with its smooth medleys and swinging scats.VoJazz performs a wide variety of both modern and traditional jazz selections ranging from swing to Latin styles and ballads. This collection of music is emotional and inspiring, sophomore bass...

Celtic punk, party ballads rock St. Patty’s Day playlist

Melissa Essig | Evergreen music columnist

March 12, 2014


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Bagpipes, little green men with red beards, parades and a beautiful babe on your arm sounds like a pot of gold sitting at the end of a rainbow. But, what will really bring the luck of the Irish upon you is my St. Patrick’s Day playlist.For a day to celebrate life, be festive and drink, I have strung...

Jones gets lucky with Irish music

Jones gets lucky with Irish music

Catherine Kruse | Evergreen reporter

March 11, 2014


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A banjo, a fiddle and a tin whistle will accompany Caladh Nua (pronounced “cahl-ah noo-ah”), a traditional Irish band, tomorrow evening as Jones Theatre embraces a rich soundtrack rooted in Irish heritage.Four years ago, five musicians in southwest Ireland who were passionate about the music of their homeland came together ...

Beef, beer, and ‘Bounty’ prove St. Patty’s Day meal essentials

Beef, beer, and ‘Bounty’ prove St. Patty’s Day meal essentials

Maxwell Reister | Evergreen food columnist

March 11, 2014


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The best rainbows don’t lead to a pot of grubby, inedible gold. They end with a pot full of corned beef.Even though it’s not historically Irish, this delicious, salt-cured beef dish is a traditional meal for St. Patrick’s Day.Although there was a large amount of cattle raised in Ireland, beef w...

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