Night at the Museum 

Terrain took Spokane by storm three years ago. But how much more can they accomplish?

The walls were dripping with sweat. Inside an old bank vault in downtown Spokane, moisture beaded on the walls and eventually began to oxidize into rusty green scabs. The organizers of Terrain never expected that 2,000 people would show up in…

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