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  • Fun and festive holiday gift paper

    Why settle for run-of-the-mill holiday gift wrapping when there are dozens of wonderful papers available?


  • Home splurges to treat yourself this season

    Sometimes the smallest things can make home life easier and more joyful.


  • Family travel five: Give the gift of going

    It’s hard to go wrong with the gift of travel. Here are five ideas to consider that will enrich and expand the experiences of your family. 1. Animal lovers. Consider …


  • Holiday book list aims to entertain

    Is there a better holiday gift than a good book? The recipient will still be turning its pages long after the lights and tinsel have been taken down, savoring the …


  • Gadget gift guide: Brace yourself for fitness

    NEW YORK — The latest fitness gadgets record much more than how many steps you take on any given day. From sleep patterns to mood, calorie intake and progress toward …


  • A touch of luxury meets leisure time gifts

    ‘To the art of working well, a civilized race would add the art of playing well,” philosopher George Santayana said. For those with means, pursuing leisure can involve the finest …


  • Christmas Bureau fulfills parents’ wishes for their kids

    On the first two days of the Christmas Bureau, one of the popular presents made it to the naughty list. The iConcepts brand digital music players were bad, said coordinator …


  • Store caters to young Santas

    Oh, sure, it may be more fun to give than to receive. But what if you’re 4? And you only have 50 cents? And you already distributed all your best …


  • At resale store or vintage boutique, stash may yield holiday treasure

    At Spokane Vintage Warehouse, 5-foot-tall light-up “industrial letters” are moving out the door. Owner Jon Swanstrom helped carry out a giant white M just last weekend. Christmas shoppers, rest assured: …


  • Go local for last-minute gifts

    It’s the last minute, but that doesn’t mean you can’t cross a food lover off your list and still get them a local gift. We’ve rounded up a handful of …


  • Five tips for thoughtful gift wrapping

    A gift-giver’s thoughtfulness is as apparent in how a gift is wrapped as in what’s inside. “In our world of ubiquitous merchandise, wrapping can make a gift distinctive,” says Wanda …


  • Many people are turning to edible gifts this year

    On a recent Saturday morning, every inch of countertop in Linda Meyer’s spacious kitchen was covered – with flour canisters, sticks of butter, molasses jars, baking sheets and the hands …


  • ‘Experiences as opposed to gifts’

    In the weeks before Christmas, members of the Janzen family of Spokane gather together to light candles on their Advent wreath. For a few short minutes as they watch the …


  • Business Beat

    NEW FACES Dr. Landon Horne has been hired by the Rockwood Clinic orthopedic department as an orthopedic surgeon. He earned his medical degree from the University of Virginia School of …

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