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Local retailers ready to cure shoppers’ ‘frugality fatigue’

Penn Fix, president of Dodson’s Jewelers in downtown Spokane, just finished a good week. On Tuesday a customer visited his family-owned jewelry store and left after buying a $14,000 diamond …


Book Notes: True-crime legend Rule hits Auntie’s

Ann Rule, Seattle’s queen of true-crime, will be at Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave., on Saturday to read from her new book – a book of considerable interest here …


Book Notes: Part two of SPD’s ‘Badge’ available

The second volume of the history of the Spokane Police Department, titled “Life Behind the Badge: The Spokane Police Department’s Turbulent Years, 1903-1923,” has been published. It’s a sequel to …


Montana’s Bass to read at Auntie’s

Well-known Montana author Rick Bass will read from his newest novel, “Nashville Chrome” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $24), on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave. Bass …


Renowned nature writer will speak in Spokane in November

Terry Tempest Williams, one of the nation’s best-known nature writers, has been booked for a talk in Spokane on Nov. 1. The event will be a fundraiser for the Inland …


Davis to dish laughs, wisdom at Auntie’s

Deanna Davis, a popular Spokane speaker and workshop leader, has a new book titled “Laugh, Cry, Eat Some Pie” (Perigee Books, $13.95), with the subtitle “A Down-to-Earth Recipe for Living …


Auntie’s to open second shop

Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.


Auntie’s Bookstore to expand into River Park Square

Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.


Egan’s ‘Big Burn’ selected for 2010’s Spokane Is Reading

Timothy Egan’s latest book, “The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America,” has been chosen as the Spokane Is Reading book for 2010. It’s the true story …


David Sedaris to read at Auntie’s

Auntie’s Bookstore has scored a coup. The store that pioneered Spokane-area literary readings will present none other than David Sedaris on June 13. The humor essayist/radio monologist, known for such …


Author will read debut novel

As the economic downturn continues, many Americans are looking for different ways to make a living. Against all odds, Dave Boling seems to have found one.