Slideshows

Women's March on Spokane

An estimated 5,000 people gathered for the Women's March on Spokane on Saturday, Jan. 21 to rally and then march

By Young Kwak

Attendees march down W. Spokane Falls Blvd..
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2016 Year in Review: Photos by Young Kwak

It was once again truly an honor to meet so many residents of the inland northwest and share their stories.

By Young Kwak

Brothers From Another performs at Overbluff Cellar/Terrain during Volume, the Inlander's annual music festival, in Spokane, Wash., Saturday, June 4, 2016. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)
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Apple Cup 2016

Jake Browning threw for 292 yards and 3 touchdowns as Washington beat Washington State 45-17 in the 109th annual Apple

By Young Kwak

A fan holds a flag showing the logos of both Washington and Washington State during the second half.
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Peace Gathering and Fundraiser

Over 100 people attended a Peace Gathering and Fundraiser in front of the Spokane County Courthouse. The event was organized to

By Young Kwak

Peace Gathering and Fundraiser
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Republican Party Election Night Event

Republicans from the region held an election night event at The Davenport Grand Hotel in Spokane on Tuesday, November 8,

By Young Kwak

Kelly Lotze, left, and Tanner Stepp react as the state of Ohio is called for Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
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Montana vs. Eastern Washington Football

Eastern Washington, led by quarterback Gage Gubrud, beat Big Sky Conference rival Montana 35-16 at Roos Field on Saturday, October

By Young Kwak

Eastern Washington wide receiver Cooper Kupp, left, makes a catch, which he runs for a touchdown, in front of Montana safety Justin Strong during the first half.
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Inlander Fashion 2016

By Laura Johnson

Annessa Smith left for Germany earlier this month, but before moving she showed off a couple of her Seeking Sunshine fashion blog looks.
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Annual Manual 2016-17: cover contest photos

This year, we also asked you a question: We asked you why you live here, and asked you to answer

By Tamara McGregor

A native Californian, Megan Kennedy’s love for the Inland Northwest took root as a student at WSU. Since then, her appreciation for this region has only deepened as she’s traveled the Northwest capturing the stories of local entrepreneurs, clients and couples as a professional photographer and videographer. “We try to live with an adventurous spirit and tend to connect with people who share that love of nature,” explains Kennedy, who co-founded Rogue Heart Media with her husband, Rob. “On a lot of our shoots, we find ourselves in really beautiful spaces. From our perspective, the diversity of the terrain is amazing — that we can go out on an engagement shoot and be in an urban setting, and in 10 minutes drive to find high grasses, or be on the river, makes this area truly like no place else.” This winning image was captured at Spokane’s High Bridge Park, as part of an engagement shoot for Khalid and Sara Beznaigvia.
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Gathering At The Falls Powwow 2016

The 25th anniversary Gathering At The Falls Powwow was held at the Riverfront Park Lilac Bowl from August 26-28, 2016.

By Young Kwak

Robert Wynecoop of the Spokane Tribe of Indians, holds the tribal flag as drum group Bad Canyon perform during a rededication of Canada Island to recognize the connection between the Spokane Tribe of Indians and the island.
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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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