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  • History Sleuth
  • History Sleuth

    Writer and History Channel costar Buddy Levy talks books, TV, and real life.
      But Buddy Levy isn’t a typical writer. An associate professor of English at Washington State University, who recently completed his fifth book and will read from it on Saturday at Auntie’s, Levy is also a reality TV star. Though his articles have appeared in Backpacker, SKI Magazine,.
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  • Out on his Own
  • Out on his Own

    The next generation of rock and roll: Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
      any kid obsessed with Star Wars and light sabers, Lukas Nelson wanted to be Luke Skywalker, the saber-wielding Jedi knight out to battle evil forces in the galaxy.
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  • Fast Food City
  • Fast Food City

    One writer tries to figure out why fast food is so important to Spokane.
      In an effort to quantify a national obsession, the Daily Beast website recently published a ranking of the 500 American cities with the highest saturation of fast food per capita. It’s a long list from Orlando to Las Vegas.
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  • Boom, Dynamite
  • Boom, Dynamite

    Hot dogs downtown, plus barbecue on East Trent
      January 19, two days after a suspicious package was found along the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade route, and just as national media were picking up the story of a suspected racially motivated act of attempted terror, KREM-2 News’ Facebook page blew up with comments from viewers, underscoring a deep division among locals.
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  • Mythic Portions
  • Mythic Portions

    Greek goes farm-to-table at Pullman’s Black Cypress.
      Greek myth holds that the cypress tree, with its columnar shape, is a symbol of the afterlife. In AD 8, Ovid wrote of a cypress tree planted at the door of the deceased. Today, the trees grow thickly in Greek cemeteries, aiming souls skyward. No Greek wants to see cypress in his sleep.
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  • Four Diamond Fare
  • Four Diamond Fare

    Masselow's wins AAA's Four Diamond Award. Plus, Mexican chow in Cheney.
      If you want to guarantee a win at Northern Quest Casino in Airway Heights, skip the slots and head upstairs to MASSELOW’S for breakfast or dinner. Within a year of opening, the restaurant receiv
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  • Now in Season
  • Now in Season

    After several stumbles, the South Perry winter market is up and running.
      Standing behind tables covered with baked goods, produce and crafts, vendors wear wool scarves, caps and fingerless gloves. The huge space is only about half-full. There’s a big empty space between the last row of tables and the back wall, where an old upright piano sits waiting to be played.
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  • Cool It
  • Cool It

    More cool to this winter with frozen yogurt. Plus, a new cloud of garlic falls over Spokane's South Hill.
      But while “froyo” and “winter” might not sound like the ideal combination, the space Purcell and his wife, Jennifer, have created is decidedly cozy.
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  • A Year in Preview
  • A Year in Preview

    Tinman's 2010 retrospective is more about looking forward than back.
      is a standard time for reflection, a time to seek color on epic gray days, to make lists, to buy stuff. The Tinman Gallery’s “Best of 2010” exhibit provides an outlet for all these things.
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  • Pint of Dreams
  • Pint of Dreams

    Jones Radiator believes if it pours them, the bridge will come. Plus, Petunia's Marketplace.
      In 1921, during the early years of the automobile, a small garage on East Sprague called Jones Radiator serviced Spokane’s earliest wheels. On Nov. 18, 2010, in the era of the microbrew, the
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  • Un-American Activities
  • Un-American Activities

    Robert Wrigley’s new book tries to understand where we find ourselves now.
      While Kim and I were in Italy as guests of the Rockefeller Foundation in 2007, there were extraordinary people from every continent, and what they asked of us, as citizens of the USA, was, more or less, “What has happened to America? How has it gone...
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  • Another Blockbuster
  • Another Blockbuster

    Savory opens on the South Hill and Two Cooks with Love Catering teaches relaxed cooking.
      SOUTH HILL Another BlockbusterSavory Restaurant & Lounge — recently metamorphosed from a Blockbuster — generated enough pre-opening buzz that the building might have lifted completely
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  • Three Squares in Palouse
  • Three Squares in Palouse

    Looking for breakfast, lunch and dinner in one small town.
      My mother always insisted we eat three meals a day to “fuel the fire” in our bellies. Mom was always right, of course (except for those awful floral prints she made us wear. Those were very wrong). But that phrase never rang quite so true as it did on Saturday in Palouse, Wash.
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  • Turn, Turn, Turn
  • Turn, Turn, Turn

    At Cliffside Farms, there is a season to every purpose, under heaven — even bear-proofing an orchard.
      The Hermans are not fighting. Not one another, anyway. It’s October, and an early April frost depleted this season’s fruit supply — a hit to growers, and also now to the black bears sneaking in at night to feast on the fruits of the Hermans’ labor.
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  • Re: The Food Guru

    • Santé!
      James Beard best of nominee..... Why wouldn't you eat there?

    • on February 28, 2015
  • Re: The Food Guru

    • I highly recommend The Wandering Table. An unforgettable experience is guaranteed!!!

    • on February 28, 2015
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    • Placard abuse occurs just as frequently in free lots as it does at meters. The…

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  • Re: Next Venture

    • This isn't a review, this is a preview.

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