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Luke Baumgarten

Luke Baumgarten 

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Luke Baumgarten is commentary contributor and former culture editor of the Inlander. He is a creative strategist at Seven2 and co-founder of Terrain.

  • Completely Repellent
  • Completely Repellent

    How can we expect people to find constructive uses for space that wasn't built for them?
  • On Trust
  • On Trust

    I thought I knew what the word meant. Two weeks ago, I realized I'd had no clue
  • Sit-Lying to Ourselves
  • Sit-Lying to Ourselves

    We aren't going to citation our way to a vibrant downtown
  • Loitering For All
  • Loitering For All

    Spokane doesn't need fewer "vagrants" and "loiterers" downtown; we need more of everyone
  • A Tale of Three Scenes
  • A Tale of Three Scenes

    People were stoked at Volume, the Inlander's music festival — but getting stoked simply isn't enough
  • What We Aren't
  • What We Aren't

    The people who hate Spokane aren't the problem; worrying about people who hate Spokane is the problem
  • Imagination Unbound
  • Imagination Unbound

    Bassem Bejjani, pediatric geneticist and state arts commissioner, on the vital relationship between art and science
      Bassem Bejjani was always good in school. And when you’re raised in Lebanon and good in school, the paths forward are pretty clear. “You either become an engineer or a doctor or a lawyer,” Bejjani says.
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  • Poetry in Motion
  • Poetry in Motion

    Gabrielle Calvocoressi says that poems come from what is (and isn’t) around you
      Gabrielle Calvocoressi is a poet and poetry editor at the Los Angeles Review of Books. Her latest collection, Apocalyptic Swing, was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Award. She has been a fel
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  • A Right Place
  • A Right Place

    Historic preservation is all about how to work with the past to build the future
      The SIERR building could have easily been demolished. And without the right developer, it probably would have been. The land is prime. It sits at the busy intersection of Hamilton Street and Spokane F
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  • House (Not So) Secrets
  • House (Not So) Secrets

    One of Casper Fry’s most talked-about dishes was never meant for the menu
      The staff at Casper Fry is always eating, always testing. Whether it’s fried chicken passed around to wait staff for a snack or various people rotating around trying the sauces, demi glaces and
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  • The Sick and the Damned
  • The Sick and the Damned

    Does the criminalization of HIV actually make us less safe?
      Eddie Casto regrets that night. And he’s not just saying that now, after everything that’s happened. That night, in July 2010, Casto and his girlfriend, McKenzie Lawson, brought a th
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  • For Your Consideration — 10.4.12
  • For Your Consideration — 10.4.12

      SATIRE There are a lot of web series in the world. Just a ton. Most of them are really pretty bad. One of the blessed few good ones, Transolar Galactica euro;” a space satire that lovingly mashes Star
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