The Daily Evergreen

Local group gives ‘beer run’ new meaning

ANDREW BRADDOCK | Evergreen reporter

July 16, 2014


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“In heaven there is no beer / That’s why we drink it here / And when we’re gone from here / our friends will be drinking all our beer.”So goes the 1956 German drinking tune that the Palouse Falls Beer Chasers have adopted as their own. The Beer Chasers, a local group of running enthusiasts w...

Solo musician records live, builds songs from scratch

Solo musician records live, builds songs from scratch

LAURA GUIDO | Evergreen reporter

July 9, 2014


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African percussion will meet American bluegrass when Arthur Lee Land performs July 11 at John’s Alley Tavern in Moscow.Land’s music represents a genre he calls AfroGrass. He drew inspiration for the sound in 2001, when he took a tour of West Africa.Land uses a computer to record himself playing a var...

Upcoming musical revisits joys, woes of childhood

ADDY FORTE | Evergreen reporter

July 9, 2014


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In a world of classes, deadlines and bills, the characters of an upcoming play at the Pullman Civic Theatre seek a break from adult responsibility.Delia Ephron’s musical “How to Eat Like a Child: And Other Lessons in Not Being a Grown-up” will open July 11 for a two-weekend run.“A line from ...

Pullman preps for Independence Day

ADDY FORTE | Evergreen reporter

July 2, 2014


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After weeks of preparing for Pullman’s 39th annual Fourth of July bash, the Pullman Chamber of Commerce has pulled together activities for all ages to enjoy.The event takes place at Sunnyside Park, which is located on Old Wawawai Road. The evening will begin at 5 p.m. with barbequed beef and chicken...

Don’t get bored: a handful of things to do this week

From staff reports

June 18, 2014


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Roller derby league to host exhibition boutPULLMAN – Women’s roller derby teams the Lumberjanes and Destruction Zone will face off June 20 in an exhibition-style bout titled the “Summer Jam.”The teams make up the non-profit league called the Palouse River Rollers, and the “Summer Jam” will be...

Green means go for local artists in Moscow

ANNE MCCASLIN | Evergreen reporter

May 14, 2014


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When sitting at a traffic light it’s easy to miss the large, drab metal boxes on the side of the street. Moscow, Pullman’s hipster sister-city has a solution to give them a facelift.The city of Moscow has recently teamed up with the Moscow Arts Commission and created a public call for artists in the...

A stitch in time

A stitch in time

CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

April 9, 2014


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Quilt lovers from across the Palouse will convene this weekend at the Latah County Fairgrounds to share ideas, stories and adventures in quilting.The “Cut to the Chase” Quilt Show is an annual event coordinated by the Palouse Patchers, a group comprised mostly of women who gather monthly in Moscow.The grou...

Drafting writers

Catherine Kruse | Evergreen reporter

February 19, 2014


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Ancient Chinese scholars worked with a brush, but never distinguished between the one used for calligraphy and the one used for painting said Seattle award winning author Rebecca Brown. This subtle contrast and similar topics will be addressed by her at the Visiting Writers Series occurring this ...

Snooping around: Snoop Dogg to headline WSU’s Springfest

Snooping around: Snoop Dogg to headline WSU’s Springfest

Catherine Kruse Evergreen Reporter

January 28, 2014


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Snoop Dog is coming to Pullman this April and headlining the Student Entertainment Board’s annual Springfest event.Tickets go on sale at the CougarCard Center and TicketWest.com on Feb. 4.Springfest is put on by SEB to celebrate student accomplishments and the ending of another school year. Activities...

‘Call me Ishmael’

‘Call me Ishmael’

Catherine Kruse Evergreen Theatre reporter

December 3, 2013


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 The great white whale is crashing into Daggy Hall this weekend for two nights of sailing, singing and King Lear."Moby Dick-Rehearsed" is a play written by Orson Welles. A play within a play, it tells the story of actors performing Shakespeare’s "King Lear" when the lead actor suggests they do the story of Mo...

Homebrewing learned online

Homebrewing learned online

Lauren Sigfusson Evergreen reporter

November 21, 2013


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 The age-old process of brewing will be taught tonight using the technology of today – the Internet.The WSU Global Campus, in conjunction with the Homebrewers of the Palouse (HOPs), is offering a free webinar (a Web seminar) for homebrewing beginners and experts alike.HOPs has been around for about ...

Molding young minds

Molding young minds

Cori Uddenberg Evergreen Music reporter

November 19, 2013


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 Musicians are, above all, communicators.Robert McDonald, a faculty member at Julliard School and an award-winning touring pianist, said that his belief in the communicative power of music guides both his passion for performing and teaching."The most important thing, the reason any of us do this, is...

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