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  • Gargoyles and Goddesses

    From the best of video archive: It is hard to miss Ruby Street Antiques at Mission and Ruby in Spokane. A wonderland of goddesses, statues, metal sculptures, oddities and antiques …


  • Maggot farm

    Raising maggots is a fetid but serious job. Pam and Dennis Ponsness of The Forked Tree Ranch in Boundary County, Idaho have made a profitable business out of selling fly …


  • Three-alarm fire guts the Ugly Duck

    A fire Thursday gutted one of three buildings that make up the Ugly Duck complex at 1725 W. Sinto Ave. The Spokane Fire Department sent 14 of 17 companies to …


  • New downtown Spokane club: Marquee Lounge

    By Parker Howell The MarQuee Lounge, 522 W. Riverside Ave., is meant to be the headliner of Spokane nightlife, offering a classy atmosphere in a two-story space that previously was …


  • Jigsaw’s contact database

    Jim Fowler’s Web company, Jigsaw, aspires to be the Web map of every business contact in the world, complete with e-mail addresses and office extension numbers. Jigsaw’s business model is …


  • Last call for haircuts

    “Our clientele has grown older,” Jeff said. “There are just not enough new faces.” The two have always been together; Jeff was born two hours before Bill. They both went …


  • It takes two to tango

    “Argentine Tango is not a competitive sport,” said dance instructor Victor Smith. “It really is a dialogue one shares with one’s partner.” “It all about connections. I teach how to …

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