Dan Pelle

Lantern Tap House co-owner James Pearson, right, mounts a TV bracket as Kevin Ruehl, left, and Bob Voves, of Ruehl Construction, build a handicapped-accessible ramp in the former Perry Street Cafe building on Thursday in Spokane.

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