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  • Jake Takes Manhattan

      As many of you know, the Republican National Convention was in the New York City last week. On Sunday, Aug. 29, there was a massive protest through the streets of Manhattan attended by roughly 400,000 people (or 120,000 if you like Fox New
  • Jake's Take- Takin' Off

      So here it is, the last installment of "Jake's Take." In these 900 words, I will present my answer to the question I posed in the first installment back in February: What does Spokane have to offer people in their twenties? It seemed like
  • Jake's Take - On the Take

      I thought it would be good to provide some other "Takes" on life in Spokane for people like me in their 20s. These are quotes I have been gathering for different articles while asking around for my own interest; some are from e-mails I was
  • Jake's Take- Cabin or Teepee?

      When I lived in L.A., I would regale my so-cool So Cal friends with stories about the trees, mountains, lakes and other awe-inspiring natural features of the Northwest. I would wax poetic, gesticulating with broad, sweeping motions and ast
  • Jake's Take- Seriously?

      OK, here's the situation: Friends are in Spokane for a short vacation. And what? They want me to show them a good time?! All right, calm down and turn off DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince. We're going to get through this just fine. Let'
  • Jake's Take- Nightwatch

      Part of my research for this article involved going to some bars that I normally don't visit. It's a tough assignment, I know, but such is life. So, on a recent Thursday night, I went to the Pub Club with some friends to see what the line
  • Jake's Take- Where to Live?

      Spokane's reputation is that of a great place to raise a family. There are a lot of classic neighborhoods to grow up in, like the historic Corbin Park neighborhood or the well-shaded Manito Park area. I myself was raised in the Altamont ne
  • Jake's Take - Making a Job

      So what options do people in their twenties have for finding a good job in Spokane? In my last article, "Finding a Job" (3/18/04), I came to the conclusion that options are few and far between. But there was one option that somehow seems
  • Jake's Take - Getting A Job

      The opening article in this series, entitled "This 24 Year-Old Returns to Spokane and Everyone Wonders Why" -- at www.inlander.com under "Jake's Take" in case you missed it -- asked this very important question: What is there to keep me in S
  • Jake's Take

      Driving through downtown Spokane, I often pass a large mural of the Clock Tower. It's an accurate reproduction, no cubist rearrangement or modern representin' -- just a painting of, well, the Riverfront Park Clock Tower. I found myself both

Recent Comments

  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Ok, whoever wrote this needs to brush up on their knowledge in referencing specific religions…

    • on March 6, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • Great article, it looks like a lot of folks not making good decisions is what…

    • on March 6, 2015
  • Re: Spark of Change

    • Doing investigative journalism is expensive work, so you hope--particularly if you want control of what…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Why Idaho kids don't go to college

    • You also need to look at the Home Schooled children. I know a family that…

    • on March 5, 2015
  • Re: Spark of Change

    • We can all thank Obama for starting the race and class wars in America. And…

    • on March 5, 2015
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