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Year: 20117 20108

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  • History Sleuth

    Writer and History Channel costar Buddy Levy talks books, TV, and real life.
      But Buddy Levy isn’t a typical writer. An associate professor of English at Washington State University, who recently completed his fifth book and will read from it on Saturday at Auntie’s, Levy is also a reality TV star. Though his articles have appeared in Backpacker, SKI Magazine,.
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  • Out on his Own

    The next generation of rock and roll: Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real.
      any kid obsessed with Star Wars and light sabers, Lukas Nelson wanted to be Luke Skywalker, the saber-wielding Jedi knight out to battle evil forces in the galaxy.
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  • Fast Food City

    One writer tries to figure out why fast food is so important to Spokane.
      In an effort to quantify a national obsession, the Daily Beast website recently published a ranking of the 500 American cities with the highest saturation of fast food per capita. It’s a long list from Orlando to Las Vegas.
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  • Boom, Dynamite

    Hot dogs downtown, plus barbecue on East Trent
      January 19, two days after a suspicious package was found along the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade route, and just as national media were picking up the story of a suspected racially motivated act of attempted terror, KREM-2 News’ Facebook page blew up with comments from viewers, underscoring a deep division among locals.
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  • Mythic Portions

    Greek goes farm-to-table at Pullman’s Black Cypress.
      Greek myth holds that the cypress tree, with its columnar shape, is a symbol of the afterlife. In AD 8, Ovid wrote of a cypress tree planted at the door of the deceased. Today, the trees grow thickly in Greek cemeteries, aiming souls skyward. No Greek wants to see cypress in his sleep.
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