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  • Cubs power past Cardinals, clinch Division Series at Wrigley

    Kyle Schwarber, Anthony Rizzo and Javier Baez homered and the fresh Cubs clinched a postseason series at Wrigley Field for the first time ever, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 6-4 …


  • Field reports: September big month for group bike rides

    CYCLING – SpokeFest, one of the region’s premier bicycling events with courses for every ability level based out of Spokane, is coming up Sept. 7 Register today to avoid late …


  • Review: Pearl Jam won’t back down in Spokane show

    For a show 20 years in the making, expectations were high. Fortunately for the 12,000 fans in the crowd, Pearl Jam didn’t disappoint.


  • Photo: Spokane Arena washed in black

    I’m still alive: Lead singer Eddie Vedder, with guitarist Stone Gossard, right, belts out a song to a full house at the Pearl Jam concert Saturday at the Spokane Arena. …


  • Pearl Jam to play Spokane Arena

    Legendary Seattle rockers Pearl Jam will play the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena Nov. 30 as part of the band’s 2013 North American tour.


  • Rocker’s fire engine a boon to museum

    Pearl Jam lead singer Eddie Vedder once wrote a song titled “Go” about his pickup truck. Maybe he can tweak it a bit for his firetruck. A gift from actor …


  • 2011: Out & about

    Badger Lake residents challenged and postponed an aquatic weed herbicide application proposed by other lake residents. Felt got the boot in Maryland, the first state to ban felt-soled boots for …

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