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  • The Kenyans

      Every year, spectators stand in awe as the first runner crosses the Bloomsday finish line without a trace of the "in your face" antics that have become so tightly woven into the tradition of American sports. There's no touchdown dance o
  • Nature on parade

      A cobra slithering next to a caribou in downtown Spokane might cause a bit of a commotion on any average day, but Earth Day allows for some exceptions. Especially when the caribou are made of cardboard and cloth and the cobra is made of
  • The tao of t'ai chi

      It can increase strength, muscle tone, flexibility and immune power. It can reduce tension, depression, anger, fatigue, blood pressure and anxiety. Another fast-fix, miracle drug? No, it's T'ai Chi and QiGong and for a limited time only
  • Best Athlete

      Best Athlete - Casey Calvary Casey Calvary is a name that will not be soon forgotten in Spokane -- or around the country, for that matter. This is not because a Gonzaga Bulldog jersey bearing his number hangs in sports stores everywhere,
  • Shenanigans, anyone?

      Little did St. Patrick of Ireland know that when he died on the 17th of March in 461 A.D., that his death would be celebrated for years to come all over the world. The first St. Patrick's Day parade was held in New York City in 1762, an
  • Back to the big dance

      The Gonzaga men's basketball team, their coaches and all the Zag fans were hoping to be making a trip to potato country this weekend. However, those dreams ended in a chorus of boos as the last seed for the NCAA West bracket was announc
  • Playing God

      For the millions of people with tissue and organ diseases, there may soon be hope. Cloning -- the making of a carbon copy of a plant, an animal or a human -- is already an everyday term, and just as the emerging technology opens n
  • A golden warrior

      The Olympics has long been an event where dreams come true for athletes. And for the duration of the games, the world seems to come together, united in the common goal of bringing home the gold. United States athlete Billy Mills, howe
  • Art in the raw

      How the sun manages to find its way over the dark alley and through the windows of the City Terminal Gallery is anyone's guess. The light that warms the empty space of this building, sandwiched between two alleyways, is just
  • Local briefs

      The Bethany Presbyterian Church is hosting "A Shower of Stoles" beginning Sunday, to honor and celebrate gay and lesbian people of faith.

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