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  • Whirlwind of work

    Terry Gieber, inventor of the tornado jar, likes some muscle in his weather, a show of strength. But on his arrival in Eastern Washington some 30 years ago, the artist …


  • Kelly Rominger encouraged, inspired by others’ creativity

    At Clay Connection, 714 E. Sprague Ave., visitors are greeted by a dog or two or five. They are welcoming and curious and might even add to the texture of …


  • Feat of clay

    At Clay Connection, 714 E. Sprague Ave., visitors are greeted by a dog or two or five. They are welcoming and curious and might even add to the texture of …


  • WSU ceramics exhibit offers look at couple’s private collection

    Their home might be a gallery, or a dream-world menagerie. Stairs and a couple of turns in the spare hallway of a former service building downtown lead to a tall …


  • For Ginger Oakes sculpting is ‘instinctual’

    For sculptor Ginger Oakes, her artistic journey began like the main character in the 1977 Steven Spielberg film “Close Encounters of the Third Kind.” Who can forget the scene where …


  • In brief: Former bar owner admits arson

    A former sports bar owner accused of torching a competitor’s pub has pleaded guilty to second-degree arson. Richard Hanlon, 52, pleaded guilty Friday in 1st District Court in an agreement …

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