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UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 3, 2019, 11:32 a.m.

Food co-op seeks board members

Applications are due Jan. 31.


Dear Annie: Politics at the dinner table

Dear Annie advice column for Thursday, Jan. 3, 2019.


VHS Art Club supports artists through not-so-serious shows

The VHS Art Club’s next show, “The Badass Women Show,” which will be held Friday at Resurrection Records, will benefit Webber and Vaughn specifically.


How to reboot your eating without resorting to a fad diet

That culturally ingrained notion that we need to repent after indulging is one reason the diet industry booms in January.


Mama Bear Moxie: Reflecting on the past year with the Spokesman

I have to say my Spokesman readers are some of the more vocal readers of my columns.


Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino among Coachella headliners

The organizers of the 2019 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival have announced the top acts scheduled to appear at the multiday event in April.


Dr. Zorba Paster: Shift workers more susceptible to diabetes

Working the night shift often means not eating right with fewer selections at the hospital cafeteria and less exercise. When your circadian rhythm is disturbed, everything goes out the window.


People’s Pharmacy: How effective is the Shingrix shingles vaccine?

People’s Pharmacy


Carolyn Hax: Should she date an old flame even if he’s still married?

Carolyn Hax advice column for Wednesday, Jan. 2, 2019.


Stream on Demand: ‘Leave No Trace,’ ‘Black Mirror: Bandersnatch’ lead streaming options

What’s new for home viewing on Video on Demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu, and other streaming services.


Dodson’s gathers talented friends for a final First Friday show

The downtown jewelry store is closing after 130 years in business and taking its eclectic gallery space with them.


3 Ninjas fire it up in Kendall Yards

The popular local food truck has opened its first brick-and-mortar location.


Comedian Josh Sneed covers people watching, fast food restaurants and more in new special

Josh Sneed will headline the Spokane Comedy Club on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.


Dear Annie: Loved one in abusive relationship

Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2019.


Darkwave artist Dancing Plague, aka Conor Knowles, returns to the Observatory

Spokane’s Conor Knowles released “Pure Desperation,” his debut full-length as Dancing Plague, in March.


Ask the doctors: Tracking blood sugar not necessary for non-diabetics

Ask the doctors advice column for Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2018.


Where to go for bloody marys in the Inland Northwest

It doesn’t really matter how you feel about tomato juice. It’s going to be doctored up, anyway.


Dorothy Dean presents: acai bowls

Here’s a quick and healthy way to jumpstart your day.


UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 1, 2019, 7:41 p.m.

Meet a few of Victor Palencia’s Platinum-winning wines

Palencia long has been recognized as one of the brightest rising stars in Washington wine country, but his showing in Wine Press Northwest magazine’s most recent Platinum Judging shows he’s …


Dear Annie: Neighbors’ loud intimacy

Dear Annie advice column for Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.


Central Food’s New Year’s Day Brunch Platter is back

Meant to serve four, the platter is actually a baking sheet that’s so big and so loaded it has to be wheeled to your table.


Spokane Poet Laureate Mark Anderson, Spokane Arts launch Poetry at the Podium

Poetry at the Podium will give more than 30 poets a year the chance to read a poem at council meetings during the time set aside for “Words of Inspiration.”


Miss Manners: Parents’ extravagant gifts make daughter feel guilty

Miss Manners advice column for Monday, Dec. 31, 2018.


Carolyn Hax: Should a never-married man with no kids get involved with a single mother?

Carolyn Hax advice column for Sunday, Dec. 30, 2018.


Sleek, simple galley kitchens compete with larger, eat-in spaces

There’s a good case to be made for galley kitchens: They allow you to work without the obstruction of an island or table. They also keep the work area smaller, …


Three area athletes to compete on Dwayne Johnson’s ‘The Titan Games’

Bridger Buckley, of Pullman, and Spokane’s Erin LaVoie and Julian Stewart will all compete in the first season of the show.


Around the remote: Plenty of choices for New Year’s Eve

Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for Dec. 30-Jan. 5


UPDATED: Sun., Dec. 30, 2018, 4:04 p.m.

‘Been a long time’: Led Zeppelin’s first live recording was a bootleg made at Gonzaga 50 years ago today

Billed as “Len Zefflin” by the advertising department of the Spokesman-Review and Spokane Daily Chronicle, the band that would come to define hard rock in the 1970s left an indelible …


In Jamestown, a new exhibition pays homage to the women history overlooked

“Tenacity: Women in Jamestown and Early Virginia,” an exhibition at Jamestown Settlement running through Jan. 5, 2020, aims to tell the little-known stories of the English, African and Native American …


The 10 most wonderfully weird ‘SNL’ sketches from 2018, ranked

“Saturday Night Live” gets attention for its political humor, but seasoned viewers know that the best sketches often veer toward the bizarre – humor so outrageous it makes even the …