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  • Home tour is step back in time

    Hundreds of people from around the country turned out in the historic Cliff Park area on Thursday night for a candlelight tour of some of Spokane’s finest homes. The occasion …

  • ‘Preservation ethic’ helped draw group to Spokane

    This year’s National Preservation Conference, set to kick off in Spokane on Tuesday, is validation of the work that’s gone into saving the city’s historic assets. From the Davenport Hotel …

  • Wineries spending $1 million to renovate downtown hall

    One hundred years ago, people in the booming city of Spokane gathered at fraternal clubs to socialize. The Foresters of America Hall at Pacific Avenue and Browne Street, built in …

  • Night vision

    A volunteer effort to document the architectural history and the feel of the night in Spokane will be on display for First Friday at Kress Gallery in River Park Square. …

  • Logan’s older homes get praise

    This Old House magazine has named Spokane’s Logan neighborhood one of the best old-house neighborhoods in the West. Located around Gonzaga University, with the Spokane River to the south, Ruby …

  • Fox theater earns national restoration award

    The Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox is being recognized nationally with a preservation award for the $31 million restoration completed in 2007. The Fox, at Sprague Avenue and Monroe …

  • Fox Theater restoration to be recognized nationally

    The Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox is being recognized nationally with a preservation honor award following completion of $31 million restoration in 2007.

  • Preservation backer joins national board

    Paul W. Mann, a longtime advocate of historic preservation in Spokane, has been named to the board of advisers for the National Trust for Historic Preservation. Mann will become one …

  • Preservation group seeks votes to win contest

    The Spokane Preservation Advocates organization is asking for help to win a national photo contest on preservation.



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