Morning Review: Local legends; Spokane’s pub experts and creepy crawlies
Check out today’s top stories.
On to the end: Cami Bradley is on her way to the finals of America’s Got Talent after Tuesday’s stunning performance of Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer.” We checked in with Bradley to see what she’s thinking going into next week’s finale.
Stop the violence?: Court documents indicate a gang dispute and the no-show of a rap artist at a Spokane nightclub may have sparked the fatal shooting that left one man dead and two in jail awaiting trial for first-degree murder.
Pub Place: Anyone watching Spokane’s Restaurant Monopoly game board will notice one already successful player continues to expand and buy properties. That would be the Spokane-based partnership that recently bought Geno’s, a north Spokane restaurant recently damaged by a fire.
Som kind of wonderful As the community reels from the death of Isamu “Som” Jordan, it’s clear he left some connection to musicians, artists and writers across Spokane. Read our tribute to the man who touched so many lives in our community.
This long toed salamander was caught in a small lake north of Priest Lake on Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013. The salamander is part of multi-species baseline initiative study in the Idaho Panhandle. (Kathy Plonka/Spokesman-Review)