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  • Like Running Barefoot

    Minimalist shoes motivate your feet into doin’ what comes natur’ly
      Running barefoot is like backyard nudism: It’s definitely not for all seasons, and the neighbors are going to stare. Still, the latest curiosity in running involves doffing your shoes altoget
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  • Crossing Over
  • Crossing Over

    I've been chasing little plastic balls into the rough for 12 years. But now I've discovered the other golf.
  • Winter Warriors
  • Winter Warriors

    Meet the maniacs and moms who bike through the cold in the Inland Northwest.
      But you might not guess as much, judging from the cultural myths that surround bike commuting. The perception that winter commuters are thrill-happy daredevils — or that all bike commuters are angry, Lycra-clad environmentalists — is a tired caricature.
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  • Play On
  • Play On

    Despite funding concerns, music and arts nonprofits tap into creativity
      The screeching of the saw can be heard all the way down the hall. Upon entering the workshop, the amount of colorful wooden creations hanging from the ceiling and displayed on shelves overwhelms the s
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  • Emily Paulson
  • Emily Paulson

    Emily Paulson can feed 200 people for 15 bucks. So what have you done lately?
      Stylish blonde hair, dangly earrings, form-fitting pedal pushers, precarious heels. One night a week, I’d heard, she tends bar at the Satellite. An upper arm sports a ‘40s-style pin-up girl tattoo. She’s a former Lilac City Roller Girl, too: “One year,” she says proudly, “I won Hematoma of the Year.”
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  • Skating
  • Skating

    From the purple blur of Fish Lake Trail to the UTF park downtown.
      The world is a soft purple blur, as my Sector 9 longboard carries me farther and farther up Fish Lake Trail — a picturesque 10-mile path that begins off Sunset Highway and Government Way, just m
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  • Fall Arts Preview
  • Fall Arts Preview

    107 days of Evita, Josh Ritter, Archie Bray, Tosh.0, Best Coast and more.
      True crime author Ann Rule is back with her newest book, In the Still of the Night: The Strange Death of Ronda Reynolds.
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  • Slopes & Cinema
  • Slopes & Cinema

    A former local returns to Idaho, carving out his niche in the world of ski movies
  • Randy Ramos
  • Randy Ramos

    A recruiter for the Spokane Tribal College, he believes education is a way to improve woes on the reservation — and everywhere else

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