A local filmmaker is putting 1988 Spokane on the screen
Joshua Nicholson has never quite been able to shake a certain Wednesday from his memory, not that he'd necessarily want to.
How one wrong move inspired an electric guitar-maker to rock on with reclaimed materials
If that piece of wood hadn't crashed onto his hardwood living room floor, he never would have heard it.
Twelve-year-old Sophia Caruso of Spokane doesn't get starstruck.
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In his second season, EWU's Vernon Adams has taken Cheney by storm
Beau Baldwin, Eastern Washington University's highly successful football coach, makes no apologies for demanding a great deal from his quarterbacks.
The cast of the Civic's The Christmas Schooner brings a lesser-known holiday story to life
While most local theater groups are staging variations of some of the most recognizable holiday-themed productions in the business, it should be easy for the Spokane Civic Theatre's The Christmas Schooner to stand out.
Keep in mind: Alone doesn't mean lonely
"I'm alone, not lonely." Looking back on those words years later, I can't help but think: "Amen, buddy."
Connor Halliday is guiding the Cougars to their first bowl game in a decade, one pass at a time
Opposing defenses have spent decades trying to figure out how to stop Mike Leach's high-octane, no-huddle, pass-happy offense.
Three seasons in, ex-Gonzaga Prep standout Bishop Sankey is leaving his mark on the Husky record book
Napoleon Kaufman. Chris Polk.
This summer, we ran a story about the region's last drive-in movie theater, the Auto Vue Drive-In in Colville, and how it was set to close at the end of the season. The Auto Vue is still trying to find a way to make the necessary upgrades to continue on; its fate remains uncertain.
FITNESS | You mosey over to the elliptical machine and fling around a couple of dumbbells. After an hour, you guzzle your $6 smoothie and clock out.
Interplayers has adapted Thornton Wilder's Our Town without changing a thing, and that's good
The three acts of Our Town might be better described as orchestral movements. The first two focus on daily life and young love in the small New Hampshire town of Grover's Corners; they are the allegro and andante.
Come on, Buddy.Get up. Take off those damn sweatpants.
Sun, Dec. 1 | Candy and Wax This day marks the start of Advent.
Sun, Dec. 8 | Jingle All the Way "Oh, it's lovely weather for a sleigh ride together with you..." may be one of the many holiday songs you'll croon as you cozy up under blankets next to loved ones, gliding through the pristine Selkirk Mountains in a one- (or two-) horse open sleigh.
Sun, Dec. 15 | Holiday Film Festival Movies and Christmas are like apple pie and baseball — All-American.