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Summer Parkways 2018

Despite the rain people showed up for Summer Parkways, Spokane’s largest block party.


Love Story: Ralph and Edie Speer

Seventy years ago Ralph and Edie Speer met as children in Iowa. They were friends all through school and dated occasionally. They lost track of each other after high school …


Summer solstice arrives

Brilliant sunsets color Spokane skies.


Rachel Dolezal court appearance

Rachel Dolezal made her first public appearance in court Wednesday morning on accusations of stealing from the Washington welfare system. It was the first time she’d seen a judge since …


Skyscraper raccoon

As a raccoon spent much of Tuesday climbing a 25-story skyscraper in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota, the world watched, terrified that this suspense story would end in a tragic plummet. …


The Great Race

Two Inland Northwest vintage car enthusiasts will be competing in the The Great Race, a trek from Buffalo, New York to Halifax, Nova Scotia.


Then and Now: Spokane in 1910

Spokane grew significantly in the new century, with the population going from 36,848 in 1900 to to 104,400 in 1910. Growth slowed after that, though it reached 150,000 people in …


Planned Parenthood new health center

Planned Parenthood is opening its new health center, with nine exam rooms, two surgical suites and a community classroom.


Refugee Day celebrated

A crowd of expectant family, friends and volunteers held back cheers as 26 immigrants from 11 countries raised their right hands to begin an oath renouncing foreign powers and pledging …


92nd Air Refueling Wing new commander

Colonel Derek Salmi assumes command of the 92nd Air Refueling Wing in a ceremony at Fairchild on Friday, June 15, 2018.


The Spokane Flag Museum

Stan Wills started the Spokane Flag Museum along with the Fairmont Memorial Association about a decade ago and has hundreds of U.S. flags from different time periods as well as …


The Nike store opens in Spokane

Downtown Spokane welcomes its newest retail giant Nike with the grand opening of the sportswear company’s shop at Main Street and Howard Avenue on Thursday.


Northwest Passages Book Club: Neal Thompson

Neal Thompson lives in Seattle with his family and is the author of five books including, “A Curious Man: The Strange & Brilliant Life of Robert ‘Believe It or Not’ …


The M

The long-awaited opening of the M in the former Macy’s building is so close, you can smell it, and it smells like paint. Crews are on every floor of the …


Street Music Week

About 44 musicians participated Doug Clark’s 16th Annual Street Music Week, Monday, June 11, 2018, on Main Avenue in downtown Spokane. Buskers play for donated money to benefit the 2nd …


Then and Now: Washington Water Power building

In the bustling post-war era, Spokane produced a cadre of elite young architects who challenged and pushed each other with every project. That competition produced many notable features in the …


Ag project: Hops

Overgrown ryegrass, the cover crop planted between rows, sticks to shoes. Tendrils of hops rise eight or nine feet in the air, snaking up twisted coconut fiber ropes toward the …


2018 Pride Parade

The 2018 Pride Parade kicked off Pride 2018 in Spokane which ends tonight with fireworks in Riverfront Park.


Anthony Bourdain (1956-2018)

Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain has died of an apparent suicide, CNN announced Friday morning. He was 61. The network said Bourdain was found dead in his hotel room in Strausbourg, …


World premiere of Tag

‘Tag,’ the movie inspired by Spokane’s long-running game, has its world premiere in L.A. tonight


U.S. Pavilion lighting

A team of high-level decisionmakers overseeing Riverfront Park’s $64 million redesign were shown images this week of what will likely be the final recommendation on shading options within the new …


Northwest Passages Book Club: Baseball in movies

Join Spokesman-Review Editor Rob Curley and the Spokane Indians Baseball Club for a lively look at the best baseball stories on film.


Spokane County Jail suicides

In the past 12 months, three men have died after hanging themselves with bedsheets in the Spokane County Jail. Their families believe warning signs were missed or not taken seriously …


Saint George’s cardboard boat race

Saint George’s School 6th graders take to the waters of The Little Spokane River in cardboard boats on Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at Saint George’s School in Spokane, Wash. The …


Then and Now: Union Depot

Robert “Bob” Strahorn, who made and lost at least three fortunes in his lifetime, is remembered as a rail promoter and optimist.


CoStar Group

Research airplane photographs Spokane real estate and finds 50 new construction sites since last year.


Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire

Rescuers pulled survivors and bodies Monday from the charred aftermath of the powerful eruption of Guatemala’s Volcano of Fire, as the death toll rose to 62 and was expected to …


Ridpath Club Apartments

Despite initial setbacks, the Ridpath Club Apartments are on track to open in fall.


Helen Keller Centennial Garden

A new garden in Manito park will commemorate Helen Keller and her role inspiring outreach for sight impaired individuals by the Lions Club.


8th annual Neighbor Day

Felts Field is celebrates its 8th annual Neighbor Day on Saturday. During the event, visitors can get up close to the planes, talk to pilots and even hop on board …