Welcome to Inlander Health & Home! We're so excited to share this new publication, which has evolved out of InHealth. If you've read InHealth for the last decade-plus, you'll notice many of our well-loved features remain, but in a fresh, new design. You'll also find an entirely new section devoted solely to homes. We've listened to reader feedback and have heard that our Inlander family of publications should address something that affects us every day — where we live. How do we create spaces that help us enjoy companionship, allow us room to be creative and send us out recharged and ready to take on the world? In this issue, Blythe Thimsen takes a look at the resurgence of living in our city's core. Find out why so many are now drawn to being right in the middle of it all.
Meanwhile, our Health section will be familiar to InHealth readers. In this issue, Inlander reporter and year-round cyclist, Daniel Walters, checks out fat-tire bikes. In Food, Carrie Scozzaro learns about Ethiopian cuisine and shares two recipes from Spokane's Queen of Sheba restaurant. And in Family, E.J. Iannelli looks into how we can help our kids succeed under pressure. From sports tryouts to music recitals to high-stakes testing, he asks experts for ways to help kids overcome performance anxiety.
We hope you enjoy Inlander Health & Home!