Lacking depth, the Zags are overworking their standout players

Another week and another loss for the Zags against a Top 10 program. But unlike the game against the Tennessee Volunteers, Gonzaga never looked like they were about to take over as they chased the North Carolina Tar Heels for the entirety of their game in Chapel Hill.

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REVIEW: Waitress is light, bittersweet and topped with sugary songs and a rich central performance

In the world of Waitress, a warm slice of pie can solve a lot of problems. Not every problem, mind you, but in the right place and at the right time, it can prove transcendent, if only for a moment.

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Stage Left's holiday production tackles serious topics with strong language — and puppets

The very first statement director Susan Hardie makes about The Long Christmas Ride Home is both a lure and a caveat.

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The Zags's trip to North Carolina marks another major step for the program

There is a commonly known division of ancient history into three broad time periods: the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages.

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Roma and the Netflix Conundrum

If you've talked to anyone who has seen Alfonso Cuarón's Roma, they've probably told you that you've just gotta see it in the theater. It's the best-reviewed film of the year, an intimate, meditative, occasionally harrowing portrait of a young woman working as a maid for an upper-class family amidst the political upheaval of early 1970s Mexico.

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Standout point guard Josh Perkins has become among the Zags best

Strange as it may seem, Josh Perkins has turned himself into one of the best point guards Gonzaga’s ever had.

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It takes many hands many months to create Traditions of Christmas, one highlight of the season in Coeur d'Alene

If 12 days of Christmas sounds like a lot, how about two-and-a-half months?

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To leap into a role in Waitress, actor Steven Good had to find his own groove — quickly

Stepping into someone else's shoes is never an easy task, much less so when those shoes happen to be on a moving target.

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A sweet spot in Coeur d'Alene and other food news

There is nothing accidental about the multi-themed appeal of Woops!

Food & Drink

Spokane wholesaler Cravens Coffee celebrates 25 years amidst a coffee culture renaissance

Locally owned coffee shops and roasters are nearly ubiquitous around the Inland Northwest.

Food & Drink

North Hill on Garland offers a comfortable vibe and creative takes on bar food staples

Most wouldn't order a Hot Pocket at a bar, no matter how inebriated they are, or willing to indulge a guilty pleasure. But you will, we think, want to order a "Hot Hill Pocket" at the newly opened North Hill on Garland.

Food & Drink

A local push for pie and other regional food news

Coeur d'Alene couple Katy and Ethan Bean recently launched a crowdfunding campaign for their growing bakeshop, Bean & Pie.

Food & Drink

Giving back to the community hits close to home for many of the region's food and beverage business owners and staff

Businesses aren't required to give back to their communities, yet many do through programs large and small.

Food & Drink

Ladder Coffee serves house-roasted coffee and handcrafted toast at its new Spokane shop

"People are who we serve, and coffee is what we make," says Ladder Coffee & Toast owner Aaron Rivkin.

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I Saw You

Week of Dec. 13
Ramen king of my heart: I saw you at King of Ramen on Thursday.

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Week of Dec. 6
Carriage Ride Smile: I saw you while waiting in line for the carriages rides at Corbin Park this Sunday.

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Week of Nov. 29
Hearth: Seeing you in any space is like coming in from the cold.

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