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Ruby Rose cast as lesbian superhero Batwoman for The CW

Ruby Rose is making history with her latest role as Batwoman, the first openly gay superhero to headline a TV series.


On Tap: Downtown breweries get ready for SMaSH competition

Through August, special single-malt and single-hop (SMaSH) beers are on tap at Bellwether, Black Label, Mountain Lakes, Whistle Punk and Young Buck (the latter at The Steel Barrel). The winner …


Lady Gaga to launch Las Vegas residency in December

Lady Gaga is heading to Las Vegas for a residency in December and offering fans two kinds of shows.


Ladder Coffee and Toast keeps climbing

The drive-thru coffee shop on the North Side plans to move to Browne’s Addition this fall.


Dates for 2019 Crave fest announced

The third annual Crave Food and Drink Celebration is slated for July 11 to 14, 2019, at the CenterPlace Regional Event Center in Spokane Valley.


Dear Annie: Gift gaffe

Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018.


Dorothy Dean presents: watermelon daiquiris to beat the heat

This summer cocktail is as refreshing as they get.


Movie review: Pups make ‘Dog Days’ worthwhile

“Dog Days” is in some ways a very strange movie, in the way it straddles the worlds of weirdo comedy and family-friendly fare. But ultimately, it’s the pooches who steal …


UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 6, 2018, 3:45 p.m.

Friends of Manito to present lecture on how to divide perennials

Do you have crowded perennials in your yard or garden and need a little help learning how to divide them?


Brothers Osborne, Tech N9ne announce Knitting Factory shows

Brothers Osborne will perform Oct. 17 and Tech N9ne will perform Oct. 18.


Dear Annie: Missing face time

Dear Annie advice column for Monday, August 6, 2018.


Spokane’s Boat Race Weekend to play final show at the Big Dipper

The band released “Near and Dear” in June.


Miss Manners: Let an insincere ‘Let’s get lunch!’ pass

Miss Manners advice column for Monday, Aug. 6, 2018.


Chrissy Teigen caught in Bali earthquake while on vacation

Chrissy Teigen has shared her shock and worry in real-time during a powerful and deadly earthquake in Indonesia with her social media followers.


Book review: Princess Margaret’s beauty and arrogance are on parade in ‘Ninety-Nine Glimpses’

Craig Brown’s delectable “Ninety-Nine Glimpses of Princess Margaret” is not a novel, though its subject seems like a sublime work of fiction, too imperious to be true.


‘Murphy Brown’ weighs in on MeToo movement in series return

“Murphy Brown” will weigh in on the MeToo movement when the series starring Candice Bergen returns to a very different world in September, the show’s creator said Sunday.


‘Mission: Impossible’ bests Winnie-the-Pooh at box office

Tom Cruise sped past Winnie-the-Pooh at the box office to lead all films for the second straight week with an estimated $35 million in ticket sales for “Mission Impossible: Fallout.”


A Seattle museum’s tech bonanza, from classic video games to virtual reality

Living Computers: Museum + Labs is a unique convergence of new and old technology that shows in a fun, hands-on way how ideas can improve and evolve over time.


Summer Stories: Queen of the Road

In week 6 of Summer Stories: The Road Trip, novelist and English professor Kim Barnes, of Moscow, Idaho, traces one woman’s journey through sobriety to fulfillment.


Aykroyd delivers motorcycle to National Comedy Center

Dan Aykroyd has brought his Harley Davidson motorcycle to the new National Comedy Center, and left it there for permanent display.


Design Recipes: The do’s and don’ts of decorating with gray

The color gray is often considered to be drab and gloomy, but the reality is, gray is one of the most versatile colors in home decor.


Ask Dr. Universe: Even bees need to catch their ZZZs

Sleep is important for lots of the animals on our planet. Just like you need a good rest, so do bees. But, bee sleep is different than human sleep.


American Life in Poetry: ‘No Encore’ by Betty Adcock

For me, poetry’s most moving subject is impermanence, and I will never read too many poems about it, each with their own very personal and specific points of view.


In the Garden: Protecting your garden from critters

While deer in the garden can be trying, there are other critters out there who can be destructive to your hard work: voles, gophers, squirrels, raccoons and rabbits.


Royal couple at friend’s wedding on Meghan’s 37th birthday

Weeks after tying the knot themselves, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex were at another wedding Saturday – this time as guests.


Mama Bear Moxie: Though they’re young, they deserve respect

I started noticing that my immediate first thought was, “You can’t be serious. How does this kid know anything?” and then I stopped and realized how wrong that idea is.


Hemingway story from 1956 published for first time

“A Room on the Garden Side,” written in 1956, appears in the summer edition of The Strand Magazine.


UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 6, 2018, 3:59 p.m.

Reading the Northwest: Crutcher’s darkly humorous stories can’t match teens’ reality

Spokane author Chris Crutcher talks about his new novel and recent experiences on the front lines of high school shootings.


Ask The Builder: Right tools make cutting drywall a snap

Whatever you do, don’t use a circular saw to cut drywall.


Backing breastfeeding moms: Health officials, parents hope to make nursing easier

While breastfeeding rates at birth are relatively high in Spokane, data collected by health officials indicate mothers tend to stop nursing infants shortly after leaving the hospital.