All Together Now

All Together Now

An artist who drew for dozens of kids' cartoons and the Beatles' Yellow Submarine comes to the Inland Northwest
Name a classic Saturday morning cartoon from the past five or so decades, and chances are good that an artist named Ron Campbell had a hand in bringing it to life on screen. The Australian-born animator, now retired and living outside of Phoenix, drew panels for favorite series such as The Flintstones, Scooby-Doo, The Smurfs, The Jetsons, Ghostbusters, Winnie the Pooh, Darkwing Duck, Rugrats, and a long list of other titles.

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Arts & Culture

Not Afraid of the Dark

Daniel Tosh brings his razor-sharp jabs to Spokane on his college tour
The premise of Daniel Tosh's Tosh.0 may not be revolutionary. Making fun of video footage is tread made bare by the likes of America's Funniest Home Videos, Talk Soup and its offspring, The Soup.

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A PLEA FOR SCIENCE

Scenes from Spokane's March for Science
President Donald Trump has called climate change a hoax invented by the Chinese. He's suggested that vaccines cause autism.

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A Day in the life

Getting fab, live and in person
Millions of people watched the Beatles perform during their short, turbulent lifespan as the world's most famous band, but how many fans saw John, Paul, George and Ringo with a full orchestral backing? Granted, nothing will ever compare to actually seeing the Beatles at the height of their fame, but this weekend's Symphony SuperPops concert offers up something nearly as good — and a bit unexpected.

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Hostile Climate

Green Issue 2017: How President Donald Trump's policies could adversely impact the environment
This should surprise no one. Businessman and celebrity Donald Trump has tweeted steadily about the climate change "hoax" since at least 2011.

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FISH | The Long Swim Home

Green Issue 2017: Someday, salmon may ascend the Grand Coulee Dam and swim in the Spokane River once again
Once upon a time, salmon swam in the Spokane River. The chinook at the base of Spokane Falls could grow to 80 pounds.

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And the Kitchen Sink

Stage Left is more than up to the numerous challenges posed by Tom Stoppard's dichotomous Arcadia
Tom Stoppard's Arcadia has a little bit of everything: "Sex, death, literature and science," says Kathleen Jeffs. "It has a lot for different kinds of people to grapple with and enjoy.

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DEVELOPMENT | Cross-Lam for CrossFit

Green Issue 2017: How an innovative wood product could put our forests back to work
Spokane is getting what city planners believe is its first building made from cross-laminated timber or CLT, a wood building material that has people excited about its sustainability and the potential to put local forests to work.

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RESEARCH | Knowledge is Power

Green Issue 2017: How local universities are making our world a little greener
A university often becomes more than a place to educate students, says Washington State University professor Michael Wolcott. The research and exchange of ideas is just as valuable, he says, and can change how we see our world.

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Test Screen

Amazon wants to know which of its five pilots should be made into full series; we break down each episode's potential
Democracy in entertainment is alive, sort of, with Amazon Studios' spring 2017 pilot season that arrived last month, offering five potential shows' first episodes and streaming free to Amazon Prime subscribers. This ninth of Amazon's pilot seasons features a novel-inspired sci-fi drama, an animated series for adults, and three comedies of varying genres.

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For Your Consideration

Visit S-Town, serious java and a cash-saving app
PODCAST | S-TOWN is the story of an eccentric 49-year-old antique clock restorer, John B. McLemore. Short for "Shittown," the podcast set in a tiny central Alabama town explores the politics and personal relationships of the town's residents.

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Food & Drink

Return of a Legend

Four young business partners revive the Viking, bringing it into the modern era
Darin Talotti remembers having his first beer at the Viking upon turning 21. It's fitting, then, that years later Talotti and three other friends are now business partners and co-owners of the more-than-30-year-old pub just north of downtown Spokane; a place that's long been a hangout before or after sporting events and concerts at the Spokane Arena, and simply a welcoming neighborhood spot to tip back a few beers at the bar, or stop in for lunch.

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Super Juice

Health-conscious beverages arrive in Liberty Lake with a new fresh-pressed juice and smoothie spot
A new business in Liberty Lake hopes you'll consider trading in your afternoon caffeine fix for a natural pick-me-up, courtesy of fresh fruits and veggies. Liberty Lake Juice Company opened last month in a large shopping center just off the main I-90 exit to the lakeside community.

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Meet your brewers: Quartzite Brewing Co.'s Patrick Sawyer & Jake Wilson

This duo is making a big splash in a small Stevens County town
It's a fairly active Saturday afternoon at Quartzite Brewing Company in the small town of Chewelah, Washington.

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UPDATE | GRILLE FROM IPANEMA

Double the space in this Brazilian spot's new Coeur d'Alene digs
Adriano de Souza has big plans for Grille from Ipanema, which recently relocated from downtown Coeur d'Alene to the Riverstone complex just off Northwest Boulevard.

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Eat, Drink, Connect

A lifetime of favorite meals, memories, stories and photos
For some of us, memory is formed through food. Whether it's your first taste of freshly caught seafood within sight of the water, an unfamiliar dish in a faraway place, or something special cooked by a loved one, food often features in some of our favorite stories.

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Easter Eats

Local restaurant owners share their expert tips for throwing a fabulous spring holiday brunch
Brunch and Easter go together like bacon and eggs. While there are lots of wonderful local options for going out to brunch (see page 63), maybe this is your year to throw your own.

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I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of April 27th
Nervous sexy blue eyed dope I saw you for the 1st time over 1 yr ago, and from that moment I knew I had met my real life ken doll, soulmate, truest love, and now soon to be husband, baby you changed me for the better and made me love myself for the 1st time in a loonnggg time! I found a family that I was wishing so hard for and now I have that with you and dad...

I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of April 20th
A hip kid's gaze This is a broad "I saw you." It's meant to be informative.

I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of April 13th
We saw you assisting a senior on Senior Day at Northern Quest. You were so friendly and respectable with such a pleasant demeanor.

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