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  • Picture This
  • Picture This

    Slopeside photography enhances your skiing and snowboarding experiences
  • Snow Art
  • Snow Art

    One local artist's desire to paint snow — on the wall or on a snowboard
  • UPDATE: Clover
  • UPDATE: Clover

      Fall is back, and Clover restaurant and bar in the Logan neighborhood is overhauling its menu
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  • Rhymes for the Young
  • Rhymes for the Young

    Spokane’s Kenn Nesbitt brings the nation’s kids the gift of poetry
      Before Kenn Nesbitt was a published children’s poet he was a computer programmer and software developer. Then what was once a hobby became a career. But Nesbitt doesn’t find this seemingly
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  • Green Briefs
  • Green Briefs

      Post Falls-based DOMA Coffee Roasting Company has taken the definition of sustainability and green business practices to a notably high level.
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  • High-Altitude Movies
  • High-Altitude Movies

    Telluride Mountainfilm rolls back into town
      The outdoors, in all their cinematic glory, are coming to Spokane. On Wednesday, April 10, the Selway-Bitterroot Frank Church Foundation brings the Telluride Mountainfilm festival, featuring eight fil
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  • Movie Lessons
  • Movie Lessons

    The Jewish Cultural Film Festival gives Spokane a look at rarely seen cinema
      The Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival is showing three films this week, hoping to expose a part of the film industry most of us have never seen. “We do it as a fundraiser for the organ
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  • For Your Consideration — March 7, 2013
  • For Your Consideration — March 7, 2013

    Serious photography on Instagram, "Searching for Sugar Man," and cribbage
      PHOTOGRAPHY Sure, Instagram is the best way to show the world your breakfast. But did you know that real photographers use it for real photography? If you don’t believe me, check out New Yo
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  • The Fixer
  • The Fixer

    Sandpoint’s David Marx set out to design the perfect customizable skis
      Five years ago David Marx was working at Schweitzer Mountain Resort and skiing as much as possible. The 49-year-old was a lifelong skier who preferred the backcountry. “I was always one wh
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