by Phil Anderson As you walk down the stairs the noise of the street starts to fade, replaced by great music coming from beneath your feet. On this night it’s accoustic blues. At this particular moment it’s an Eric Clapton cover, “Before You Accuse Me”. I think to myself, “I’m not accusing anyone about anything.
As I’m writing this it is, in my opinion, a national holiday–April Fools Day! This morning in the Coeur d’Alene Press, on the front page, there was an article that reported that President Obama had just passed another bill, to help in the ease of American’s stress. It reported that Obama, on April 15, 2010,
I recently had the pleasure of visiting one of Spokane, Washington’s most unique wineries, Knipprath Cellars. The winery is located in an old schoolhouse. It’s very quaint, though a bit chilly the day I visited. I was greeted at the top of the stairs by Sinay, who was manning (or in this case, womanning) the