Meet the people who hunt down the elusive Northwest treat
It's mid-morning on a late July day. The sun has yet to blaze above, but it will.
Forty years ago, a boat was made in Spokane — it's purple and runs great
It felt like someone had died.
After 30 years of teaching, JayDean Ludiker continues to inspire new generations of musicians
Back and forth, their bows glide across violin strings; hands noodle over fingerboards. But for all the effort, the students can't quite keep the rhythm.
Herm Caviness would really like to see someone run a sub-four-minute mile in Spokane, and he's doing his best to make it happen this weekend. Caviness, a legendary high school track coach, isn't planning on running it himself, but he's helped revive the Spokane Summer Games so someone can achieve something that's never happened in Spokane County.
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Spokane's Hazen Audel has spent a lot of his life wandering — now he has his own TV show
Hazen Audel has escaped charging elephants while tracking game with the Kalahari Desert's San bushmen, fished for great white shark from a canoe in the Solomon Islands and used golden eagles to hunt via horseback with Mongolian Kazakhs.
Breathtaking views and wildflowers
Setting out from the trailhead at the Selkirk Lodge just south of the Mt. Spokane summit, the 2.25-mile path to the top of Quartz Mountain winds easily through thick alpine forest.
For its offbeat preseason show, Lake City Playhouse is reexamining the puppet-taught life lessons of childhood
Most American adults under the age of 40 will have distinct childhood memories of Sesame Street.
Summer freebies, team chat and a guilty pleasure
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Craft cocktails and small plates by the Stella's crew are now just down the street
The tiny building on the corner of Monroe and Mallon was actually pretty close to ruins when local chef Tony Brown took on the task of reviving it earlier this year.
Baxters on Cedar brings an eclectic elegance to Sandpoint
You might say Baxters on Cedar has been decades in the making. Owners Tommy Dageford and Richard Curtis picked up a few tips over the years spent working in restaurants, and other careers like construction and landscaping.
Breakfast options in Coeur d'Alene just expanded with The Cellar's new breakfast service (8-11:30 am). Try steelhead Benedict with lemon hollandaise ($14), an Italian omelet with salami, soppressata, prosciutto, basil and mozzarella ($13) or the brunch salad with potatoes, poached eggs and a honey-bacon vinaigrette ($12).
Spokane Edible Tree Project collects unwanted fruit to feed the community
Saturday's harvest total: 813 pounds of fruit.
After five years as a food cart, Veraci Pizza moves into a permanent space
Add another entry to the list of new restaurants you've got to try in Kendall Yards.
King of Tacos likes things simple and on the move
When Tyler Bennett was growing up in Las Vegas, he took a liking to the tacos he'd find from street vendors. Such a liking, in fact, that he taught himself some basic Spanish so he could learn how to make them himself.
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