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Photos from The Spokesman-Review staff and from around the world




"Jason Bourne"

View gallery of images from “Jason Bourne” by Universal Pictures.


Buder Haven and The Marilee

On Thursday, Catholic Charities of Spokane and Volunteers of America celebrated the opening of Buder Haven and The Marilee, two permanent supportive housing projects for homeless people who struggle with mental illness, substance abuse or other challenges.



Riverfront Park archeological dig

A pair of archeologists are sifting through the Riverfront Park ahead of redevelopment construction, looking for remnants of businesses and communities that occupied the park more than a century ago.


Comic-Con International

View a gallery of photos from Comic-Con International: San Diego. Comic, movie and science fiction fans by the thousands attend the four-day event that traces it’s beginnings back to 1970.


"Star Trek Beyond"

View gallery of images from “Star Trek Beyond” by Paramount Pictures.




Butterfly walk

Butterflies embelish our lives with colorful moments. Outdoors editor Rich Landers tagged along with John Baumann of the Washington Butterfly Association as he led a class – including a gaggle of fascinated kids – on a field trip to go beyond enjoying butterflies onto a path toward understanding these beautifully designed insects.


"Ghostbusters"

View gallery of images from “Ghostbusters” by Sony Pictures.






Warren Heylman architecture

Warren Heylman, 92, has been drawing since he was a child and designing buildings since he trawled distant waters as a young naval officer aboard the USS Warrick during the Korean War. Heylman left his modernist stamp on Spokane as he designed several important Spokane buildings, a handful of houses and some businesses in his career, which spanned from World War II to the present.


Warren Heylman

Warren Heylman, 92, has been drawing since he was a child and designing buildings since he trawled distant waters as a young naval officer aboard the USS Warrick during the Korean War. Heylman left his modernist stamp on Spokane as he designed several important Spokane buildings, a handful of houses and some businesses in his career, which spanned from World War II to the present.


Over the Hill Downhillers

After receiving the invitation to bicycle with the North Idaho Over-the-Hill Downhillers, I had just one day to train. I went home, checked the brakes on my mountain bike and got a workout coasting down the driveway. To continue the exercise I strolled into the house, sat down on an uncomfortable chair and had a beer.

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