Arts & Culture

Library kiosk in West Central is the first of its kind in Washington state

The West Central Community Center has received a new, futuristic friend. The Spokane Public Library opened a 24-hour library kiosk at the center this week in an attempt to better serve a community that has had limited resources in the past.

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The online culture criticism bubble has burst

I miss the internet. Not the internet of today, of course, a boiling sewage pit of rage and desperation.

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New Jess Walters story, GLOW's return and more you need to know

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STILL GLOWING

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Davenport-based Wheatland Theatre is giving the rural community classic musicals, and then some

From the moment he moved to Eastern Washington for his father's new job as superintendent of the Davenport School District, Drew Kowalkowski experienced a mild, if indirect, form of culture shock.

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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.

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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?

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'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.

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Apocalyptic TV

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Are we living in the end times?

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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.

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Food & Drink

Roast House's new First Avenue Coffee in Spokane highlights rare coffee, creative drinks and good citizenship

With the morning sun streaming in through high street-facing windows and the rich aroma of roasted coffee mixing with the faint musk of old wood, First Avenue Coffee is invigorating, warm and familiar.

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Exploring culinary gems of the Palouse with Black Cypress chef-owner Nick Pitsilionis

We arrive in Pullman at the middle of the day, feeling a little hungry.

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How a barbecue showcase arose from an experience with fire and a desire to grill foods

Where there's smoke, there's fire.

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Heritage Bar & Kitchen opens downtown, offering creative pub food and plenty of local tributes

Newly opened in the heart of downtown Spokane, Heritage Bar & Kitchen is steadfastly loyal to two overarching themes: family and the city it calls home.

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DiNardi's Pizza & Pasta near Gonzaga draws on more than 50 years of family-owned traditions

When you grab a slice of pizza at DiNardi's, you're tapping into a long-standing family tradition of Italian culinary magic.

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How one couple is using permaculture to transform their north Spokane County acreage into a sustainable farm

Torie and Thom Foote have always grown their own food, first in Alaska, where they lived for 30 years, and more recently in Colbert, where they relocated in 2011.

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I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of July 19
Sommelier at Crave Event: I've never done this and wouldn't know how you'd get in touch, even if you happened to see it, but I was the guy with long hair and a bandana at Crave on Sunday.

I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of July 12
Mulch buyer at Home Depot: I saw you as you were checking out on Monday. Turned out I was parked next to you and I kept glancing at you as you unloaded your shopping cart.

I Saw you

I Saw You

Week of July 5
From the Bearded Mt. Dew Guy I walked into Subway during my lunch break with several co-workers and laid eyes on you immediately...

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