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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Water
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Water

      WALK ON WATER The Inland Northwest is home to a lot of large bodies of water, and it would be a shame not to enjoy them. What better way to get out on the water than stand-up paddling (SUP)?
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Arts
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Arts

      LEARN ART SKILLS FROM THE PROS So one of the things you plan to do this summer is improve your drawing skills, or maybe your oil painting techniques. Painting realistic-looking plant life or dra
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Food
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Food

      HAVE A DOG AT THE BALLPARK AVISTA STADIUM underwent a remodel over the winter. Now, according to Indians promotions coordinator Dustin Toms, you can leave your cash at home and buy your elephan
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Urban
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Urban

      WATCH FIREWORKSí‚ FROM A DOWNTOWN PARKING GARAGE Worshipers of trees and rivers and rocks just don’t get it. There is beauty in nature, yes. But the cities? That’s where the real
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Music
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Music

      GET DOWN IN PEACEFUL VALLEY There’s an old snapshot on the KYRS MUSIC FEST’S website from a punk show back in the early 1990s, held outside the Peaceful Valley Community Center
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Theater
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Theater

      TAKE A VACATION - FROM YOUR COMFORT ZONE Live theater is best, we’re often told, when it shakes us out of our complacency. This summer, individual theater groups and venues across the Inla
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  • The Best Summer Ever! — Roadtrips
  • The Best Summer Ever! — Roadtrips

      GO EAST: EXPERIENCE REAL AMERICA Spokane is an excellent jumping-off point for some of the best routes through the Great American West ” and you should drive east. Really. Get on eastbound
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