PHOTOS from Jon Pardi Show at the Palomino Club

Jon Pardi and members of The All Nighters performed at the Palomino Club in Spokane on November 1, 2014.

By Young Kwak

(Left to right) Jon Pardi, center, performs with The All Nighters, including Lee Francis (bass), left, Howie Adams (drums), center bottom, and Terry Lee Palmer (lead guitar).
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PHOTOS: Terrain - The Space Before The Show

A week before the show, Terrain organizers and volunteers were busy installing art and working the interior of the new

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A first floor exhibit space is photographed.
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Sasquatch Items On Display

The Yakima Valley Museum exhibits various items linked to Sasquatch, including footprint casts, artwork and books related to the subject.

By Young Kwak

Sasquatch footprint casts and a replica mask from an unknown Native American tribe are on display at Paul Graves' home.
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Training at Sikjitsu

Owned by Rick Little, Sikjitsu, in north Spokane, trains a couple of elite Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters, Julianna Peña and

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Elizabeth Phillips, right, spars with Ron Nance.
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Parade of Paws 2014

By Matt Weigand

Nellie, a 3-year-old Jack Russell Terrier mix, is not camera shy. Her owner Jade Hardee, holds Nellie back on her leash.
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PHOTOS: Skyfest 2014

By Young Kwak

George Laplace, in the foregrond, points to passing U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron F-16s as his 8-year-old daughter Celeste watches.
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Artifacts of Expo '74

By Young Kwak

Artifacts of Expo '74
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Bloomsday 2014

By Inlander Staff

Bloomsday 2014
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New Building, New Roles

By Young Kwak

With the opening of the new Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Sciences Building at Spokane's WSU Health Sciences campus in January, pharmacy students, faculty and staff no longer have to travel between Pullman and Spokane. The $78.6 million building has 125,000 square feet — room for up to 24 researchers, as well as multiple anatomy and pharmacy teaching labs, student study areas, offices and a 150-seat auditorium.
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