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  • Volunteers help winery fill bottles

    When I was a little girl, my mother frequently read me the story of the Little Red Hen. The tale involves a hen who plants some seeds, grows some wheat, …


  • Book Notes: Shields hits GU on Nov. 30 to talk leadership

    Gonzaga University will bring author David Shields to Spokane for a series of talks Nov. 30. Shields has written 14 books, including “How Literature Saved My Life,” which will be …


  • Spotlight: Paul Taylor dancers, Kodo drummers coming up

    Two out-of-the-ordinary cultural attractions are on the way to the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox – one coming up soon, the other in midwinter: • Paul Taylor 2 , …


  • Golf course restaurant offers new menu, gorgeous view

    The white linens on the tables are almost as crisp as the morning air these days. From the broad bank of windows inside the Indian Canyon Restaurant, the view sweeps …


  • Enjoy ‘corkage-free’ Barrister while dining

    Corkage fee is becoming “corkage-free” at some Spokane restaurants. Barrister Winery is working with several local restaurant owners who have agreed to waive a corkage fee – usually $10 to …


  • The hardest harvest

    Greg Lipsker, co-founder of Barrister Winery in Spokane, found himself in a cold vineyard near Pasco just after midnight Tuesday waiting to rescue wine grapes from last weekend’s freeze. He …


  • Early freeze puts winemakers in rush to crush

    Greg Lipsker, co-founder of Barrister Winery in Spokane, found himself in a cold vineyard near Pasco just after midnight Tuesday waiting to rescue wine grapes from last weekend’s freeze.

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