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  • Hidden Spokane
  • Hidden Spokane

    A photographer sets out to capture the people and jobs we take for granted
      This photo essay started with one idea: Capture the invisible Spokane, the people hidden in plain sight, keeping things working, as we go about our business. What I found and followed was simpl
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  • Early Season Forecasts
  • Early Season Forecasts

      With a healthy amount of snowfall already this season, and favorable weather patterns in the forecast, many ski resorts are opening their slopes to skiers and boarders. We have the latest updates for
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  • Candid Cameras
  • Candid Cameras

      Believe it or not, there was once a time when powder junkies had no way to capture their sick alpine rides and above-the-clouds scenery from mountain outings. No way to document their snow lust. A pas
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  • Multimedia Gift Guide — DVDs
  • Multimedia Gift Guide — DVDs

    We’ve split our movie lists between his and hers
      Hers THE HUNGER GAMES Katniss Everdeen is fierce. She’s dangerous with a bow and arrow and she has the pluck to volunteer herself in place of her sister to compete in a highly public
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  • The Intern’s Gospel
  • The Intern’s Gospel

    If you keep these commandments, you’ll keep yourself employed
      The job landscape for young professionals nowadays is an unpredictable slog. Yet despite the challenges and constant disappointments, many maintain a vision of their dream job, a wonderful but seeming
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  • Gifts for Geniuses
  • Gifts for Geniuses

    Gift Guide 2012
      Geniuses are often construed as unshowered online role-playing engineers and Google employees. And in all fairness that’s probably not far off. But you can’t pass over the sharp-as-cheddar
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  • Gifts for Teens Who Hate You
  • Gifts for Teens Who Hate You

    Gift Guide 2012
      Teens are always a tough demographic to shop for. Get them the right thing and you’ll never know it. Get them the wrong thing and you’ll never live it down. CANVAS MILITARY BACKPACK
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  • INTERVIEW — T.R. Reid
  • INTERVIEW — T.R. Reid

      T.R. Reid, a correspondent and reporter for notable documentary producers NPR and PBS, is leading a panel Nov. 13 in the wake of his recent documentary, U.S. Health Care: The Good News, where he will
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  • Bigger and Better
  • Bigger and Better

      In 1999, Lookout Pass had one chairlift and 190 acres of available terrain. If the resort has its way, and all upgrades and expansions are approved by the relevant environmental agencies, skiers will
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  • For Your Consideration  — 11.1.12
  • For Your Consideration — 11.1.12

      MUSIC You may have seen Apple’s new iPod commercial where a lone iPod Touch bursts into a spectrum of different iPod devices and colors. The music accompanying, a catchy Brit-pop/’50s
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  • UPDATE — Sandwich Gardens
  • UPDATE — Sandwich Gardens

      Sandwich Gardens may have been MIA for nearly a decade before reopening three years ago in downtown’s River Park Square, but once back, nothing had really changed. Since opening in 1975, S
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  • Q&A — Amy Goodman
  • Q&A — Amy Goodman

      Amy Goodman, host and producer of Democracy Now!, an independent news hour broadcast, is on a 100-city tour to talk about voting, media and the effects of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United dec
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  • Art in the Making
  • Art in the Making

      Local artists David Clemons and Steve Gibbs sketch live model Amy Gates at Art in the Making, a live art demonstration in the downtown Coeur d’Alene Plaza Shops. Eleven regional artists sketched
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  • UPDATE — Ginger Asian Bistro
  • UPDATE — Ginger Asian Bistro

      “Ginger Asian Bistro is a place for customers to visit, talk, know sushi and know each other,” says Jack Beechinor, assistant sushi chef at the South Hill restaurant. After opening i
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