Glory Days 

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. Now he's reliving that day — July 20, 1988. If you were in your teens or early twenties and living…

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