The Tinman Gallery in the Garland District is closing, but the space will continue to foster local artists
Standing atop of the small flight of steps at the rear of the Tinman Gallery, Sue Bradley surveys what she's calling "The Greatest Hits," an exhibition and discounted sale of work by some of the most prominent names her gallery has featured since opening in early 2003. On a wall to her left hangs a line of vibrant paintings by Ric Gendron.
The Paper Cutout Crew wants to introduce Spokane to break dancing — one move at a time
You can hear them before you see them. Past balance beams and uneven bars at Spokane Gymnastics, tennis shoes squeak on hardwood floors.
It's a bright, nacho-cheese-covered ode to a bygone era
Let's say you're playing Super Mario Bros., but instead of being a little Italian dude, Mario is a guapo Mexican wrestler. He's also fighting amidst a spicy mariachi chorus looking for El Presidente's Daughter, who isn't held in another castle, but rather by an evil skeleton overlord.
BAND This band has been dominating my headspace for weeks now and it hasn't gotten the least bit annoying.
Shann Ray dives into the masculinity of the West in his new poetry collection
Shann Ray has been working on his book of poetry, the recently released Balefire, for more than a decade, even if he didn’t know it for most of that time.
In search of Jerry Miller, the man who was almost a rock star
Guitarist Jerry Miller doesn't lead a life of glamor.
After an off-season on the precipice, a different Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre is back
Call it Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre, version 2.0.
Don't let the name fool you.
Baking, beauty and wildflowers
BLOG | From the time I was old enough to stand on a chair and hold a rolling pin, baking has been my No. 1 calling in the kitchen.
Mozart outdoors at Manito is elegance from the comfort of a picnic blanket
Verne Windham dreamed of Mozart.
The outdoors can be a bit hard to tame — but for restoration ecologist Joe Cannon, that's part of why it's worth preserving
Even if you don't go to nature, sometimes nature comes to you.
What little libraries say about the way we read and live
Amber Williams has a library in her front yard.
Mochi, summer nail polish and Polka Dot Picasso
DESSERT | Are you looking to spice up a hot summer night with a new treat of the week?
A few ideas for your three-day holiday weekend
An anxiety can come along with the Fourth of July.
Video games are dangerous, but not for the reason you think
These days, the moral panic over video games already feels a bit quaint — like the freak-outs of yesteryear over rock music, comic books or Dungeons & Dragons.
Inside the MAC's 100 Stories exhibit
Brenda Hester is trying to corral a group of giggling, distracted 12- and 13-year-olds.