Artist Katherine Nelson creates drawings inspired by the Palouse and its legacy as a wheat community

Artist Katherine Nelson creates drawings inspired by the Palouse and its legacy as a wheat community

The Palouse has inspired countless artists with its iconic vistas of grain-covered hills, yellow-gold and green against an azure blue sky and dotted with farmsteads.

I Have No Mouth and I Must Rant

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Imagine a fantasy world of your own design... except that it's built to torture your most loathed enemy. What would that look like?

'Tis the season when it's completely unacceptable to wrap yourself in a blanket and watch 12 hours of The Golden Girls

I always naively look forward to summer, thinking it's going to be a magical season in which all I have is free time, that my lack of money somehow isn't a massive hindrance, and that day-drinking is fun, not depressing, and totally worth it.

Apocalyptic TV

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Are we living in the end times?

Spokatopia offers a summer's worth of action in one day

Spokatopia was founded with the ambitious goal of providing outdoor gear demos and clinics that engage outdoors experts but not alienate families or beginners.

Fall asleep to the soothing sounds of Bob Ross, sidewalk poetry and more you need to know

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HAPPY LITTLE DREAMS Do you ever lay awake at night and contemplate some embarrassing social interaction as if it were a life and death situation? I'm not saying I do, but if I did, a great way to silence that painful, incessant inner monologue would be with the soothing voice of TV's Bob Ross, the famous permed painting instructor from the '80s.

Ron Funches' "open-hearted, optimistic" comedy helps him stand out in stand-up

Most stand-up comedians are driven to take the stage for the first time by a passion for generating laughs, a need for attention, maybe even to slay some inner demons.

Cameron Esposito's new comedy special disrupts rape culture with laughs


A 9-year-old Mayor David Condon wards of thieves, the Inlander rakes in the awards and more you need to know


How to do Hoopfest right, whether you're a player or spectator

As happy hoopsters descend on Spokane for another Hoopfest weekend, expect downtown to light up with a whole different kind of energy that we only feel a couple of days each year.

Megan Perkins set out to paint a Spokane scene once a week for a year for her Artist's Eye on Spokane series

Rain, shine, snow or wildfire smoke, Megan Perkins stayed true to her commitment to paint a Spokane-centric scene at least once a week for a full year.

Recovering '90s fashion victim

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I passed the big 30-year milestone in January, so really, it makes sense that fashion trends from my youth would be so hot right now with teens and early 20-somethings. Everywhere I look, the fashion of the 1990s is mocking me. It's like the dELiA*s catalog has been reborn into reality.

Bazaar's bigger, bolder vision hits five years

Bazaar 2018 is shaping up to be the biggest iteration of the annual arts and crafts marketplace yet.

GeeksNGlory brings gamers out of their homes and into a friendly, adults-only Spokane Valley bar

A ninja warrior dashes across the screen as Dylan Lockwood sits comfortably on the couch.


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