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  • A Bittersweet Journey
  • A Bittersweet Journey

    After an eight-year break, fans and critics wondered, had Gillian Welch lost her muse?
      could channel the arcane mysteries of the American folk tradition while simultaneously capturing the struggles and triumphs of modern life in her timeless ballads. She was an artist — along with her close musical collaborator and duo partner David Rawlings — who had staked out her own singular territory, and was here to stay.
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  • Case Aborted
  • Case Aborted

    An abortion challenge is tossed; plus, the city to part with East Central Community Center
      DAVID JACQUOT (pronounced “ja-coh”) was also given time served in jail — over two years during his two trials — after pleading guilty to a single count of travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual activity, according to court documents. He must also register as a sex offender.
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  • Cheap Drinks, Friendly Staff
  • Cheap Drinks, Friendly Staff

    The Refinery
      The ball-like French pastries were to be filled with duck confit and a roasted shallot aioli, then put on a plate with a scratch-made whole-grain mustard, but the confit wasn’t ready, so the gougères just sat there, giving off a warm musk of baked cheddar.
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  • Here to Help
  • Here to Help

    The man credited (by some) with ending Eastern’s baseball program has some advice for Beau Baldwin.
      Upon learning that Eastern Washington University football coach Beau Baldwin had been selected to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Seattle Mariners game last Saturday, I sat by the phone in eager anticipation of Baldwin’s call for advice on mastering his pitching assignment.
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  • Remembering the King
  • Remembering the King

    King Cole’s legacy is everywhere
      How do you say enough in praise of King Cole? More than any other person during the past half-century, he made Spokane the place it is today. Our beautiful Riverfront Park, vibrant downtown, exciting sporting events and excellent restaurants — all of these attractions and more grew either directly or indirectly from King Cole’s influence.
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  • Nightmare Island
  • Nightmare Island

    A look at trickle-down economics from a California shipyard.
      It was the 1850s. The California gold rush was on. America’s presence in California was rising. The Navy wanted a Pacific shipyard and liked the location of this sheltered little island across the Napa River from the small town of Vallejo.
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  • 'Look at the Birdie,' Kurt Vonnegut
  • 'Look at the Birdie,' Kurt Vonnegut

    Even as a young writer, Vonnegut knew how to spin a good yarn
      Take, for instance, “The Nice Little People.” Lowell Swift is a meek husband eagerly awaiting his wife’s return from a day at work so they can celebrate their anniversary. While passing time, he discovers tiny people in a spaceship, which he thought was a small knife.
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