Natalie Johnson

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  • Last Call

    Caught between politics and law, Parkside Bistro and Pub will soon be bulldozed.
      To customers, each bill, signed by those who left it, represented a memory made at the pub: a couple on a first date, a family who came in for burgers, North Idaho College students on a pub crawl, a softball team celebrating a win with a round of beers.
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  • Getting Gassed

    In the struggle of squirrels versus humanity, who takes precedence?
      She says Geiger’s decision is consistent with the mindset that humans should kill anything that gets in our way.
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  • Brian, Meet Sediba

    In South Africa, a mother and her child fell into a sinkhole and died. Two million years later, a WSU grad found their bones
      In a loud and dusty lab in Johannesburg, South Africa, Washington State University alum Brian Kuhn uses a tool that looks like a miniature jackhammer to pick away at a small block of rock. He’s
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  • Along Went Mary

    Longtime Spokane City Council Administrator Mary Franklin dishes dirt on her years inside City Hall.
      There are few, if any, in Spokane more familiar with the history of the City Council, its ins and outs, than Mary Franklin. This month, Franklin will retire after 15 years as City Council administrato
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  • Patricia Smith

    Slam poetry about Hurricane Katrina, performed with live jazz accompaniment. Story
      Best known for: Bringing her bold, provocative and sometimes humorous poetry to life onstage. Sex, racism, God, politics: no topic is off-poetic limits for Smith. While her work holds its own on the p
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Piercing The Concrete Veil

Piercing The Concrete Veil @ Downtown Spokane Library

Tue., Feb. 19, 6 p.m.

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