Slideshows

Evening At Gleason Fest 2016

Here are photos taken during Gleason Fest on August 6, 2016 at Spokane's Riverfront Park Lilac Bowl Amphitheatre, as Pickwick

By Young Kwak

Steve Gleason, center, hangs out with former Washington State University football teammate Steve Birnbaum, left, and his wife Kyla Birnbaum.
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Students from Spokane's new Sister City Cagli Visit Spokane

Through a partnership established by Gonzaga University professor John Caputo, Spokane hosted a delegation of 10 high school students from

By Chey Scott, Young Kwak

Students from Spokane's new Sister City Cagli Visit Spokane
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Day One At Spike & Dig 2016

2,255 players on 319 teams took part in the 25th anniversary of Spike & Dig, one of the world's largest

By Young Kwak

Levi Cole, left, of team "WGW", spikes the ball against Greg Safranek of team "Can't Touch This".
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Welcome to the Neighborhood

Scenes and people from 11 distinct neighborhoods of the Inland Northwest, a supplement to the stories featured in a special

By Inlander Staff

In Spokane's North Hill neighborhood, resident David Jacobs works to publish the Garlandium each month to keep his neighborhoods and visitors to the area from across town updated on the local happenings.
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17th Annual South Perry Street Fair 2

Here are a few scenes from the 17th annual South Perry Street Fair held on Saturday, July 16, 2016. While

By Young Kwak

Jake Smith, left, watches as his 8 year old daughter Lila Smith, center, and his brother Jared Smith take a selfie.
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Strider Cup In Spokane 5

Over 180 children aged 5 and younger, and people with special needs raced their Strider balance bikes around a road

By Young Kwak

2 year olds Eli Gwinn (226) and Bruce Naccarato (227) approach the finish line.
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Leather Artwork By Annie Libertini

Artist Annie Libertini makes masks, framed art and free standing pieces out of leather. She sells pieces through her Etsy

By Young Kwak

Artist Annie Libertini poses for a photograph in front of masks while holding holding "Spring" (2013).
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Boxer Jacob Szilasi

Jacob Szilasi was always interested in boxing. But rather than let a bout with testicular cancer derail his dreams, he

By Young Kwak

Jacob Szilasi, left, does mitt work with trainer Jesse Mora
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Spokane Indians Opening Day 2016

Much of the home opener for the Spokane Indians opener against the Vancouver Canadians was a 2-1 game. Indians starter

By Young Kwak

Fans watch the seventh inning.
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HoneyLove Urban Beekeepers

HoneyLove Urban Beekepers is a non-profit organization committed to educating the public about beekeeping and preserving honeybees through natural beekeeping

By Young Kwak

Bees work on a honeycomb.
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SFCC PACE Has Got Talent 2

Spokane Fall's Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) program held its annual "PACE Has Got Talent: It's About

By Young Kwak

Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff and parents stand on stage for the opening.
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Saturday Evening At Elkfest

Here's some scene as FolkInception and Down North performed Saturday, June 11, 2016, at Elkfest.

By Young Kwak

Folkinception performs.
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Scenes From Volume 2016

The 2016 edition of the Volume Music Festival featured 100 bands at 10 different venues in Spokane over two nights.

By Young Kwak

Summer in Siberia at nYne.
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Spokane Symphony + Terrain: Uncharted

On Friday, May 27, 2016, the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox hosted Uncharted, a collaboration between the Spokane Symphony

By Young Kwak

Spokane Symphony + Terrain: Uncharted
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Art for the Park

Artists Erin Mielcarek, Tiffany Patterson, Ellen Picken and Tom Quinn designed and painted murals at various intersections around Coeur d'Alene

By Young Kwak

Jesse Santos, left, Rebecca Adams paint "Ribbons", a mural designed by Ellen Picken, at the corner of W. 2nd Ave. and S. Spruce St.
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Meet Washington state's Karelian Bear Dogs

The six working dogs with Washington State Fish and Wildlife's Karelian Bear Dog Program work with their wildlife officer handlers

By Young Kwak, Chey Scott

Washington State Fish and Wildlife Officer Keith Kirsch holds his 1-year-old Karelian bear dog Jax as 3-year-old Malcolm Wetchel pets him before a 5K fun run/walk benefiting the program at Mirabeau Park, on May 7, 2016.
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