It all started with a comrade’s well-made, but none too well-made cornhole board for an army event; he re-designed and created it to perfection. Or maybe it started way earlier, in school, when drawing was one of his favorite subjects. And he was good at it – that good, that he won an architectural drawing […]
I’m not a baker. I am not even much of a cookie eater. In short, I have an under-developed sweet-tooth. Still, the other day, when a friend of mine called me to ask whether I would bake a batch of cookies for a semi-private event, I said yes.
Have you already discovered the latest lifestyle asset to the quiet town of Steilacoom? Or did it take you by surprise – as it did me the other day – that there has opened a store for “Gifts, Decor and more” late last year? A store with a concept nonetheless that supports local artists and […]
Reality and fiction sometimes seem to overlay each other in strange ways. When Lakewood-based author Susanne Bacon started writing Telling Truths, her third Puget Sound romance based on the fictitious small-town of Wycliff, she envisaged what might happen if an oil refinery were built in a quaint Victorian tourist destination. “All the more coincidental it […]
Are you in the right Christmas mood already? Or do you need a little boost? Whether you are or you do, the Holiday Store at the Steilacoom Historical Museum (1801 Rainier Street) will help you to enjoy the start of the Season even more with beautiful, nostalgic decoration items and gorgeous gift ideas.