How one architecture and design firm is transforming the look of the Inland Northwest's dining scene
The new studio is sexy.
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.
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.
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.
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You'll find copious amounts of spice, oil and vinegar at Spice Traders Mercantile
Jars of spices from all over the world speckle the wall with green, orange, bright red and pale colors.
Six of the city's food trucks team up as part of First Friday
The food truck movement might have taken its sweet time to get to the streets of Spokane, but if you ask the chefs and business owners who run these mobile operations, they'll tell you they're here to stay. They've got each other's backs, too.
It's been 20 years since Luna first opened its doors at the far end of the South Hill, thanks to the efforts of Marcia and William Bond, but the neighborhood fine dining establishment soldiers on.
It wasn't all turkey during the original holiday feast
The original Thanksgiving wasn't exactly the Pilgrim-and-Indian lovefest we collectively misremember. But despite growing recognition of the degree to which the Thanksgiving story has been rewritten, the same analysis has not been applied to the holiday's traditional foods.
Shadle Park gets a dose of snickerdoodles and fudge bars
As a 12-year-old, Robie Calcaterra liked to hang around the Northside bakery where her sister worked. Once she had kids, Calcaterra made them birthday cakes and other treats and baked for charity events.
Three friends bring their Thai food know-how to a new Gonzaga-area restaurant
The sound of trickling water from a fountain and the soft pings of instrumental music set the tone for the tranquil ambiance of the restaurant lined with orchids and other greenery. It's definitely not the atmosphere this space on North Hamilton Street had when it housed Ionic Burritos, and then for a brief time, Rusty Roof's Burger & Shake Shack.
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