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  • DVD Review

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  • Bearing Arms

      "I call it the all-American story
  • Local Gift Guide

      & & COEUR D'ALENE & r & by TED S. McGREGOR JR. & & & r & & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & T & lt;/span & here are few places more plea
  • "la nina" means "time to ski"

      In the world of weather forecasting, there are no guarantees. The people who predict our weather like to speak in terms of probabilities, especially when forecasting for an entire season. But local ski
  • Fresh & amp;amp; Tasty

      Spokane has a new prestige dining locale -- CHURCHILL'S STEAKHOUSE is now open in the former retail space that was Joel for many years. On a recent weeknight, the dining room was nearly full, with parties i
  • Fresh & amp;amp; Tasty

      Back in the dark ages of the Washington wine industry, when California dominated the domestic fine wine market, Dr. Walter Clore of Washington State University studied the characteristics of the state's soi
  • Fresh & amp;amp; Tasty

      DINING Phases of the Moon & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & S & lt;/span & pring is the time to visit Italy, according to those in the know, but Italy means great food and wine any time of year. That's the inspiration for the new Italian-nuanced
  • Losing Her Religion

      Losing Her Religion THEATER Julia Sweeney's new show relates her journey from Catholicism to atheism with compassion, heart and plenty of humor & lt;span class= & quot;dropcap & quot; & F & lt;/span & or the book version of her one-woman show, Letting G
  • Kelly's Blue Book

      On Bruce Ferden: & r & "He transfor
  • Gentlemen and Murderers

      by Ann M. Colford & r & No one likes to be the outsider. Humans live in a web of relationships, but inevitably that means someone is excluded from the group. And when the social dynamic gives one group power, influence or privilege over another, that sets th
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  • Big Trouble - The Cast

      THE MURDERER-TURNED-WITNESS: Harry Orchard, a laborer and union miner who confessed to killing Steunenberg but said he was paid for the deed
  • Art and Justice

      How about an artist?
  • Lewis & Clark--A Book Review

      Ocean in View! by Robert Carriker and Peter Cooke & r & It's an easy drive now, the path from Lewiston to the sea. Take Highway 12 west across the high plateau south of the Snake River, through Pomeroy and Dayton, past the homeland of th
  • Reclaiming My Inner Donny

      Confession is good for the soul, I hear, so I stand before you, brothers and sisters, to reveal that when I was 11 years old, I had several full-color glossy photographs of Donny Osmond - ripped from the pages of Tiger Beat magazine - ta
  • Women's Work

      As an American, a Catholic and a woman of faith, I'm aware that these are not easy days to engage with the Catholic Church. When the news broke about white smoke and ringing bells at the Vatican, I was reading At the Root of This Longing
  • Preachin' From the Choir

      You know how sometimes you have an experience that goes beyond words? I'm talking the kind of experience that strips away all powers of articulation and leaves you saying, over and over, "That was so wonderful, so great, it was - You had
  • Of Pinon and Pueblo

      Legend has it that fate -- in the form of a broken wagon wheel -- brought artists Bert Geer Phillips and Ernest Blumenschein to Taos in 1898. On a trip from Denver to Mexico to paint scenes of the American Southwest for Harpers Weekly, the
  • Meet the Folks

      It began innocently enough. I visited MAC history curator Marsha Rooney over coffee last fall to catch up on news both personal and professional. The meeting wasn't unusual; we've known each other for a decade, after all, and worked toge
  • Inland NW Crossroads- Wa#276A88

      On my first visit to the Inland Northwest in 1988, I heard tales about the town of Wallace, Idaho, as a place where the raucous Wild West lived on. My Yankee uncle who had visited the old mining town spun stories of saloons on every bloc
  • The Small Towns Badge

      It's good to get out of Dodge sometimes, and for us city slicker types, that often translates into quality time spent in that vast rural area that is the Inland Northwest. The Spokane-Coeur d'Alene corridor is an anomalous island of urba
  • Tired Tomatoes

      George Bernard Shaw famously noted that America and England are two countries divided by a common language. In You Say Tomatoes (at Interplayers through June 18), playwright Bernard Slade explores this cultural divide as it plays out bet

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