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  • Gifts for Pinterest Addicts
  • Gifts for Pinterest Addicts

    Gift Guide 2012
      If you don’t know, Pinterest is a website on which people post things that they think other people will find helpful, funny, impressive, creative or just generally pleasing. If the Internet is t
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  • Gifts for New Squeezes
  • Gifts for New Squeezes

    Gift Guide 2012
      Things aren’t serious. At least not yet, but you’d like things to begin heating up in these winter months. Here are some gifts that might get that fire lit. IGLOO KIT If you&rs
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  • Mount Up
  • Mount Up

    Warren G made a legacy for himself 18 years ago with a single song, but was it just a hit with fans or something more?
      It’s nearing 10 pm on a Wednesday night and 46-year-old Michael Hudson is in an alley behind a music venue in downtown Moscow, Idaho. A constant flow of people circulates in and out of the bar,
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  • Comedy Against Cancer
  • Comedy Against Cancer

    In its 11th year, Coaches vs. Cancer goes from black-tie gala to hosting one of the top performers in comedy
      When Marcy Few went to a benefit event in North Carolina, the wife of Gonzaga head basketball coach Mark Few couldn’t have known she’d leave that night with a multi-million dollar idea €” o
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  • Where Shouting Is Encouraged
  • Where Shouting Is Encouraged

    The Inland Northwest gets a taste of Zimbabwean music and culture
      When he lived in Zimbabwe, Tendai Muparutsa heard about a festival celebrating the diverse music of his country. The only problem? It was happening about 10,000 miles away from his home.
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  • Pop and Circumstance
  • Pop and Circumstance

    How the process of leaving religion behind gives birth to intellectual dance music
      They didn’t “lose” their faith. That would imply a careless mistake or fumble on the part of two otherwise thoughtful men like Mike Siemens and Afton Carlson. They didn’t mispl
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  • Communal Vibe
  • Communal Vibe

    Why hip, young creative folks are spending the summer in Moscow
      Sofya Yampolsky used to play by the rules. Out of college, with a master’s degree in hand, she moved to San Francisco where she landed a solid job as a web designer at a small start-up company.
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  • Spilling the Beans
  • Spilling the Beans

    Local roasters on the fight to fill your cup in the new coffee economy
      Thomas Hammer, 4 Seasons Coffee, Waverly and other Spokane-area coffee roasters on the fight to fill your cup in the new coffee economy.
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  • Upscale Hookah
  • Upscale Hookah

    Nomad's brings Middle Eastern culture to Pullman
      Nomad's brings Middle Eastern culture to Pullman
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  • The Power of Nature
  • The Power of Nature

    More people are seeking natural remedies, and the practice of naturopathy is growing
      Two years ago, Bernadette Popella and her husband, Hubertus, packed their bags and left Germany. After three decades as a licensed pharmacist and owner of a pharmacy in Hamburg, Bernadette had finally given up.
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  • Moscow/Pullman
  • Moscow/Pullman

    Where the young meet the old meet the college students.
      College towns can be awesome, what with all the intellectuals and burgeoning talent crammed into such a small area. But these are also the sorts of towns that feature a sizable population of individua
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  • Child's Play
  • Child's Play

    The Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival is both a showcase of jazz greats and an effort to keep the style alive.
      Snider grew up without jazz. An instructor of jazz bass and jazz history at Washington State University and a veteran of the Air Force jazz band, Snider, 58, says that even in New York City, where he grew up, most kids his age didn’t know much about the genre.
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  • Year of the Dumpling
  • Year of the Dumpling

    How a simple meat-filled dough pocket became the dish of billions
      Because I wanted to learn more about the food of Chinese New Year, I met with Golder, a member of the Spokane Chinese Association, to learn some history. Less than an hour into our first meeting at her home, it was decided âeuro;” she would teach me the right way to make this food.
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  • Change is Good
  • Change is Good

    Home cooking in Post Falls. Plus, the ever-rotating menu of Moscow's Gnosh.
      âeuro;œAs a chef, we have wanderlust a lot,âeuro;� says Conte, who has worked at some of the areaâeuro;™s finest restaurants, including Nectar and Black Cypress. âeuro;œI want to make sure that Iâeuro;™m forcing myself to change the menu. It makes it exciting for me and for other people, too.
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  • The Mother Load
  • The Mother Load

    A new exhibit takes on the wide world of mommy blogs, exposing what it means to be a modern mom.
      old proverb, âeuro;œIt takes a village to raise a child,âeuro;� still holds today. But what doesnâeuro;™t is that idea of the village itself. When local artist Danielle Hatch became a new mom, she soon found that her fellow villagers hadnâeuro;™t actually disappeared. Theyâeuro;™d just relocated âeuro;¦ to the Internet.
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  • Mending the Masses
  • Mending the Masses

    A group of local practitioners is taking a different approach to healing.
      With the exception of the four masks and the bear skin hanging on one wall, the north-Spokane office of Pamela Albee is not terribly exciting. It looks like any other counseling office âeuro;” square rooms outfitted with comfy chairs, dishes of candy and pristine white walls.
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  • Drool-Worthy Mexican
  • Drool-Worthy Mexican

    El Paisa comes to Coeur d'Alene and 12 String Brewing starts pouring in the Spokane Valley.
      Living up to its name, the Mouth Watering Sweet Pork ($5.50) never had a chance as a leftover. Marinated and slow-roasted âeuro;” cook and part-owner Francisco âeuro;œPanchoâeuro;� Padillaâeuro;™s special secret recipe âeuro;” the sweet pork combines the tenderness of pulled pork with the best qualities of sweet barbecue.
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  • Knowledge is Powder
  • Knowledge is Powder

    Signing up for lessons could be the best thing you do this season
      Whether it’s to kick off your participation in winter sports or to brush up on your technique after nine months away from the slopes, lessons play a key role in developing the skills you need to
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  • The Breakthrough
  • The Breakthrough

    Did the prowlers who busted my car window have any idea what they left behind?
      âeuro;œGarden Lanes,âeuro;� Kukuk continues, as he runs his fingers over the âeuro;œGL 25âeuro;� inscription. It was a bowling alley on Sprague Avenue. It burned down in the âeuro;™60s but, before that, it was where, at age 8, he first went bowling, a hobby that would take him on to win PBA tournaments.
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  • Spice And Everything Nice
  • Spice And Everything Nice

    Feeling piquant in Spokane Valley. Plus, taking and baking in Coeur d'Alene.
      Jan  Love and her husband, Bill Coyle, noticed some gaps in the Spokane Valley food scene. So the couple set out to fill a niche that wasnâeuro;™t present in the Valley, or many other places in Spokane for that matter, and SPICE TRADERS MERCANTILE was born..
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      James Beard best of nominee..... Why wouldn't you eat there?

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