Archive for June, 2007
The husband and wife owners are enjoying their second year of business and are learning what owning a restaurant in Salem is all about. They have what it takes — great food, wonderful décor, and convenient hours and location. They …
At Las Palomas we were greeted warmly and seated quickly. Chips, chunky mild salsa and warm refried beans arrived in less than two minutes: a good
"If you happen to hear a guitar player that you really enjoy listening to, approach this person after they perform and ask if they teach guitar,"
Paulson's "hippiebilly" fare is formed from the roots of the nation's eclectic musical expressions. His style is a melodic melting pot that blends honky-tonk, rhythm and
Initiated last year as a fundraiser for the Polk County Democrats, the Whiffle was a grand success and this year's committee hopes it continues to grow.
This year 200 artists will take part in the Fair's centerpiece Artist Marketplace and, according to Salem Art Association Executive Director Don Drake, more than 125 of
Lord's "Mahogany Fish," a pastel drawing of three colorful fish swimming in inky waters, is already selling quickly. The original will be up for bids during
Others want more noise, more people, and more activity. Some people say that the replacement of the flower pots and the removal of the kiosks have
Across the street and down a block, you might see Jim McKay doing the same. McKay opened Olive Boutique on June 1 and was appalled at
Everything closes too early and there is absolutely nothing to do on Sundays. -- Tom Roman Parking is a problem but I like the