What teams are in Gonzaga's path if the Zags want to make a Final Four run?

What teams are in Gonzaga's path if the Zags want to make a Final Four run?

The last time we saw the Zags on a basketball court, it was ... not good.

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Kimmelspiracy theory: 35 mind-blowing reasons to doubt Gonzaga University's existence

As journalists in a community that famously fell for Blu-ray scammers, was suckered by real estate hucksters, and believed for far too long that Rachel Dolezal was black, we’ve always got to be on guard for the next big hoax. So when investigative late-night TV host Jimmy Kimmel dropped his latest bombshell — that beloved local institution Gonzaga University might, in fact, be the biggest fraud perpetrated on American sports fans since Manti Te'o's girlfriend — we took notice.

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Lilac City Live features Inlander Best Of winners Jango, Marshall McLean and Kaiti Blom Thursday night

Lilac City Live is bringing its Best guests on Thursday night. Literally.

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This year's Husky squad is reminding Spokane's Clay Damon of his own run back in the 1980s

Seeing Zag-like student sections crowding UW's Hec Ed Pavilion these past months has brought back lots of memories for Spokane's Clay Damon, who played on Husky teams that made back-to-back NCAA Tournament appearances in 1984 and '85. "We had a great, young team then, and we just developed a great environment," recalls Damon, now an orthodontist in Spokane.

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Zags women face more than tough opponents

Gonzaga's fall at the West Coast Conference's women's basketball tournament was heartbreaking, and not because the Zags lost to BYU for the third time this season in the championship.

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Meet Arthur Arnold, one of the Spokane Symphony candidates for next music director

During the 2018-19 Spokane Symphony season, five candidates vying to take over for Eckart Preu as music director will lead shows at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.

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The complicated horror of Leaving Neverland

I didn't grow up listening to Michael Jackson.

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Embrace the hate, Zags fans

Historically speaking, Gonzaga basketball has been very successful during the month of March.

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Spokane is Reading 2019 event to feature Circe author Madeline Miller

The author and title chosen for this year's Spokane is Reading community literature initiative is a big get: Madeline Miller, and her New York Times bestselling novel Circe. Circe was inspired by ancient Greek mythology, specifically a minor character in Homer's Odyssey: Circe, a witch goddess and the outcast daughter of Helios.

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The NBA careers of former Zags, ranked

When you judge or rank players of any sport, you can end up diminishing their accomplishments instead of celebrating all they've done.

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I SAW YOU Buttermilk Man: To the man I saw drinking a pint of buttermilk in the north WinCo Saturday night.

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