Arrow-right Camera


Everything tagged

Sort by:

Stories tagged: ae

Chef Spotlight: Seven questions and a recipe with Jesse Nickerson of Manito Tap House

Chef Jesse Nickerson is the new executive chef at Manito Tap House. He came to Spokane from Coeur d’Alene, where he was the head chef at the popular Bistro on …

Dear Annie: Heavy-handed neighbor

Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.

Adam Hegsted’s Vital Fit Meals offers convenient, low-calorie, chef-driven dishes

The local meal service is geared for on-the-go, health-conscious customers.

Annual Into Africa dinner and auction serves African and American dishes

Proceeds from the Oct. 13 event benefit Partnering for Progress programs in rural Kenya. Tickets are on sale now.

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 18, 2018, 11:07 a.m.

Yes, that actually happened: An Emmy winner proposed on stage to his girlfriend

The most heartwarming moment of the Emmys came at an unusual time: During the award for best directing of a variety series.

Ask the doctors: Study examined how low muscle mass may be predictor of dementia

Ask the doctors advice column for Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018.

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 18, 2018, 3:53 p.m.

Tickets for Disney’s ‘The Lion King’ on sale Friday

“The Lion King” will run from Jan. 23 through Feb. 3 at the INB Performing Arts Center.

Seattle’s Kinski returns to Spokane with two new projects

The band’s debut album is being reissued before the October release of its new album.

Dear Annie: Workplace crush

Dear Annie advice column for Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.

‘The Predator’ tops box office but still falls short; ‘A Simple Favor’ beats expectations

For the first time in weeks, the weekend box office was dominated by three new releases, signaling an unofficial start to the fall movie season.

Dorothy Dean presents: Strawberry-Poppy Seed Salad

Cling to summer with this vibrant and oh so pretty salad.

Noname’s debut brims with resilience, defiance and wanderlust

“Cause when we walk into heaven, nobody’s name gon’ exist,” Noname raps on her self-released debut album, “Room 25.” For the Los Angeles-via-Chicago rapper born Fatimah Warner 26 years ago, …

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 17, 2018, 11:03 a.m.

New ‘Magnum’ almost walked away from acting

Two and a half years ago actor Jay Hernandez was about to quit. He’d been acting since he was 18 and while he could always wangle some sort of acting …

Miss Manners: Bookseller wants to fend off pushy customers

Miss Manners advice column for Monday, Sept. 17, 2018.

Artist, Whitworth alumnus Ben Frank Moss to give gallery talk Tuesday

The talk marks the opening reception of “Ben Frank Moss: The Whitworth Collection.”

Dr. Zorba Paster: Reader takes issue with breastfeeding stance

I’ve heard some people call the lactation specialists the “lactation Nazis” because they are so strident on breast feeding. We’ve come a long way since the dark ages when I …

Soon-Yi Previn defends husband Woody Allen, attacks mother

Soon-Yi Previn, the wife of Woody Allen and the estranged adopted daughter of Mia Farrow, has spoken publicly about her turbulent life for the first time in decades and is …

Celebs turn out to help Rihanna’s Diamond Ball shine bright

Rihanna’s Diamond Ball shined in its fourth year and continued to make a name as one of the industry’s white-hot and must-attend parties – all while raising money for charity.

Carolyn Hax: After seven moves for husband’s career, she wants to retire on her terms

Carolyn Hax advice column for Sunday, Sept. 16, 2018.

Everything is Copy: When evil is comforting

When it comes to pleasure reading, we gravitate to what we need at the cultural moment. I seem to be in a trench of surrounding myself with female psycho killers.

‘Bruce Lee’s Chinatown’ tour offers a personal look at Lee, beyond martial arts stardom

Don Wong knew Bruce Lee. As young men, they worked at Ruby Chow’s restaurant together. When Wong, leading the Wing Luke Museum’s “Bruce Lee’s Chinatown Tour” describes his connection with …

Reading the Northwest: How a white nationalist turned against the movement

Northwest Passages Book Club event features Portland author of “Rising Out of Hatred.”

10 things about Eli Saslow

The Pulitzer Prize winner shares what he’s reading, what he’s watching and his other interests.

Ask the Builder: Retaining wall basics

You may recall that point in high school physics class when a frustrated student demanded, “Give me an example of when I’ll ever use this stuff in real life!” Well, …

Dear Annie: Suspicious Snoop

Dear Annie advice column for Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.

Art in Bloom brings art and fundraising opportunity to historic Moore-Turner Heritage Gardens

The fundraiser brings together local artists’ works and floral arrangements inspired by the artwork to benefit the site, which is on both the Spokane and Washington historic registries.

Ask the doctors: Boys’ intense video game interaction worries grandparents

Ask the doctors advice column for Saturday, Sept. 15, 2018.

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 17, 2018, 9:53 a.m.

In the Garden: Artist’s colorful landscape designed to age gracefully

When passers-by slow down time and again to look at a garden, you know it’s special. But what makes this one extra special is that it’s an artist’s garden.

Here’s how to watch – and everything else to know about – Monday’s Emmy Awards

The Television Academy is hosting the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday, and we have all the pertinent details to prime you for television’s biggest night.

Chewelah man’s effort helps WWII artifact return to German home

A leather-bound book held photos of elite horses, but Pat Schneider knew little else about the album his uncle found in Germany during World War II.