Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is accepting applications for its summer Artist-in-Residence program.
Wenaha Gallery in Dayton is featuring fine art jigsaw puzzles, although it's been a challenge to get them.
COLUMN: The chef at Park Plaza whipped up a cake to celebrate Walla Walla native Ann Meiners Gwinn’s 101st birthday.
Pioneer United Methodist Church and the Neighborhood Engagement Program through the city of Walla Walla are hosting a free series of speakers and storytellers on various critical topics in the city and surrounding area.
Big game and turkey hunters in Oregon should report their tags online or at a license sale agent to avoid long phone queues, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildfile advises.
COLUMN: A veritable who's who of the Broadway theater world will participate in a virtual Broadway-themed game night tonight.
The Even Better Together exhibit opened today at Combine Art Collective, 130 E. Rose St.
Frames typically are the applied borders and settings surrounding portable visual artworks ─ photography, paintings, drawings, posters, tapestries and more. Sometimes a stretched painted canvas without a frame is a frame in itself and an artistic statement.
For the first time in more than a generation, chinook salmon have spawned in the upper Columbia River system.
COLUMN: A self-described late-bloomer, College Place artist Frankie Laufer began painting at age 40, and 30 years later he's still intensely at it.
The Liberty Theater will host a virtual reading of "A Christmas Carol" at 7 p.m. Dec. 23.
"I’ll Be Home for Christmas” that old chestnut, takes on a new poignancy this holiday season when the three wise kings definitely will not travel ─ accent on the wise.