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Re: “Ever Enough?

Susan, contact me so we can talk. I'm easy to find, [email protected] We have resources and would love to share! Wendy Frye

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Posted by Wendy Frye on 04/28/2016 at 7:55 PM

Re: “Ever Enough?

We also have an artist with autism in our home. Our daughter also loves to draw and listens to music while drawing although she has a completely different art style and music preference than James. She is also learning to use computers instead of free hand which we like because we don't have millions of pieces of paper cluttering everything and she used to panic when she could not find her colored pencils (organization is a difficult thing for autistics). She also would like to animate films as a career path. Autism does not end at age 21 when they age out of school based services. These young people have dreams and talents and potential but the services and resources to help them achieve their dreams doesn't exist.

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Posted by Susan Smith Lindsey on 04/28/2016 at 2:17 PM

Re: “Life In Transition

Thank you for sharing with us a story I am sure is not easy to share. Thank you for your honesty and vulnerability. It is what connects us to one another. I hope the future brings you much joy and happiness <3

Posted by Casaundra Saunders on 04/26/2016 at 10:22 PM

Re: “Taxi Cab Confessions

It's not about female driver, it's just an history of taxi cab companies

Posted by pleasantontaxis on 04/20/2016 at 5:59 PM

Re: “Old School

If the "Greatest Generation" was no accident and trained by college and University Presidents, what does that say about the current college and University Presidents who disinvite speakers because their opinions are "triggers"? What does that say about the students who claim to be afraid of divergent opinions, or even the chalked names of specific candidates? Does anybody think that such delicate flowers would have the courage and the toughness to face down global tyranny?

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Posted by muddydog on 04/19/2016 at 12:54 PM

Re: “Red Hots

See Tim Minchin'a wonderful ode called "Prejudice." It's on YouTube.

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Posted by melissaq on 04/16/2016 at 12:26 PM

Re: “Red Hots

Interesting article, as a fellow redhead, I can relate to the mixed-bag nature of red hair growing out of my head. I recommend the documentary "being ginger" to those interested in the deeper social implications, especially the variety of experiences based on gender.

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Posted by Red hair too on 04/15/2016 at 6:23 PM

Re: “For Your Consideration

If you like Richmond Fontaine, check out The Delines, Vlautin's ongoing project. Their album "Colfax" is terrific.

Posted by muddydog on 04/12/2016 at 2:52 PM

Re: “TV | The People v. O.J. Simpson

Wow! Why would they use a black actor to play the role of O.J? isn't this stereotyping??

Posted by name on 04/07/2016 at 4:29 PM

Re: “Becoming Belle

Too bad this amazing show is scheduled midweek, where many children and others young at heart can't attend, due to school and job obligations!!! I know for sure my family would have attended, if it had been scheduled for a weekend.

Posted by sunni mace on 04/02/2016 at 11:30 PM

Re: “One Love

I just read this story for the second time, I read it the first time it came out in the Inlander. Excellent writing, and very touching. Thank you to the mom for sharing her heart and her story with us. I'm proud to be an organ donor. If something ever happens to me, I hope that I can impact the lives of others in a positive way.

Posted by Nefabit Hinton on 03/30/2016 at 5:28 PM

Re: “One Love

You are a very brave, strong person to have gone through what you and your family have. My children and I knew Lorissa. I think of her often. Especially when I drive that area of road. She was very special and did an awesome thing by becoming a donor. My husband and I are both donors. I almost became a living donor for my own sister. Unfortunately we didn't have enough time. I don't think I could have been as strong as Debi if I were in her shoes. I could never imagine loosing one of my children, grandchildren or my husband. It has been hard enough to loose four siblings. Thank you for all you have done. So very sorry for you loss.

Posted by SDP on 03/30/2016 at 10:12 AM

Re: “The Long Rebound

Great story, as someone who is very close to an addict I know the daily struggles. You can do it Craig, we'll see on there man!

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Posted by Atate on 03/22/2016 at 11:01 AM

Re: “The Long Rebound

Craig Ehlo is a class act on and off the court and it is good to know he is surviving and beating the addiction!! Wishing him and his family the best....great article, Inlander. Craig you don't have to win NBA championships to be a winner in life!! GO COUGS!!! (Y)

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Posted by schmidty on 03/20/2016 at 6:52 PM

Re: “Main Man

Great article. Love to hear more from this author on the other players as well.

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Posted by ZagManJimbo on 03/17/2016 at 8:35 PM

Re: “The Long Rebound

Good article. It's encouraging and refreshing to read a success story involving addiction.

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Posted by muddydog on 03/17/2016 at 1:56 PM

Re: “Big City Living

Spokane's downtown feels like a ghost town compared to Portland where I live. Without a real supermarket within walking distance, it is absurd to expect folks to live in downtown without a car. The triangle of blocks between Monroe, Riverside, and 1st would be ideal for residential highrises were it not for the Spokesman Review's many parcels of land filled with trucks. Current older apartments in that area are poorly renovated.

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Posted by Oregondoggie on 03/15/2016 at 2:29 AM

Re: “Chinese Food and Hip Shimmies

Lovely article! So nice to see such a great write up on Oriental dance in an unlikely venue. Thank you!

Posted by Heather Wayman on 03/14/2016 at 8:02 AM

Re: “Big City Living

Downtown is a wonderful area and would benefit most from middle to middle+ housing. I work in healthcare & see patients downtown in their home setting. We have a very large amount of subsidized housing for people who cannot afford the neighborhood they live in. Most of my patients do not shop or eat downtown. They ride SMS to grocery shop away from the downtown core. The Main market is nice, but not a store a significant percentage of downtown residents can afford.
We lack middle income earners downtown, particularly families. I think making downtown more child/family friendly is important to long term growth.
We have very welthy or subsidized housing now, these 2 ends of the financial spectrum that will never lead to a thriving city. Spokane needs middle incomes & accessibility for downtown to thrive.

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Posted by pingpong on 03/13/2016 at 6:14 PM

Re: “Chinese Food and Hip Shimmies

So cool, thank you for the wonderful article!

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Posted by Nefabit Hinton on 03/12/2016 at 11:40 AM

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