Jacob Petrie could have gone to Harvard, but he went into the woods instead
The sun had finally peeked through the spring clouds, and Jacob Petrie knew that this was the day he was going to tell the story of his winter.
Taxidermy is a "dying art," but Dave Drury is willing to preserve it
Here, against the backdrop of a mural of Mount Kilimanjaro, baboons, monkeys, an African lion, a crested crane, elk, caribou, deer, gemsbok, bosbok, kudu and moose stand motionless on a warehouse floor.
Anthony Stevenson, who paints under the name Salik Seville, moved to Spokane about a year and a half ago from Memphis.
Square Cash, Rob Ford in Esquire and Lifehacker's new blog
BLOG | Lifehacker already has made its name online for dispensing fantastic and sometimes amazingly useful advice.
A Spokane native, this writer and early childhood educator examines how relationships with nature begin in infancy
Dylan was Ann Pelo's primary companion that year.
In her new book, local author Mary Cronk Farrell writes of the unsung female heroes of World War II
From her earliest days as a television news reporter, Mary Cronk Farrell has always looked for the stories that will change her life.
John Barrymore's hedonism was legendary.
Chromecast, Matthew McConaughey and the Legographer
ART | Since seeing the seriously amazing LEGO Movie a few weeks ago, I've been reminiscing about my childhood Lego-playing days.
Former Gongaza Prep standout Tia Presley has WSU eyeing the postseason
Most Washington State basketball fans only know scrappy Cougars guard Tia Presley as an athlete.
In Indonesia, the word "Inlander" has a very different history and significance
A black mask covering his head to symbolize anonymity, the frontman steps toward the crowd with a red megaphone in one hand and the other forming a fist.
Lama Lakshey Zangpo is working to build, and keep, a strong connection between Spokane and Tibet
Geometry teaches us that two lines that aren't parallel always meet at some point.
"Death be not proud, though some have called thee/ Mighty and dreadfull," says Dr. Vivian Bearing, quoting aloud in Wit from John Donne's famous 17th century sonnet.
Hearthstone, House of Cards and The Up Side of Down
NETFLIX | Let's be clear: House of Cards, now with its second season unleashed for binge-watching on Netflix, is not a great show, for all its Southern-fried intimations to the contrary. Its political world bears very little resemblance to reality and many of its second-season plotlines have already been done before, and better, on shows like Scandal and The Good Wife.
The Mousetrap has run for more than 25,000 performances without giving away its ending
By many metrics, Agatha Christie is the best-selling author of all time — a standing that's even more impressive now that nearly 40 years have elapsed since her death.
The Big Dipper finds a new owner and renewed purpose as a local landmark and live music venue
For the first time in more than two years, the Big Dipper is alive again.
In his first year at the Northwest Bach Festival, Zuill Bailey is changing things up
The entrancing music pours into your soul, surrounding you like a warm summer evening.