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Paul Turner: Don’t let Resting Spokane Face ruin another Christmas

This most joyous of days can pose a special challenge for some of us. That’s because of Resting Spokane Face.


The Slice: Shadow and substance: Your New Year’s Eve guide

The fact that First Night Spokane has struggled is not totally my fault. Just because The Slice has been obsessed with the New Year’s Eve/New Year’s Day “Twilight Zone” marathon …


The Slice: Kids’ advice on coping with the season

Keep the hot cocoa coming and everyone will survive.


The Slice: Better late than never: Let there be light

Reciprocal holiday enjoyment at its brightest.


The Slice: Recognizing the Slice Reader of the Year

She no longer covets a reporter’s notebook.


The Slice: Filling out your holly jolly brackets

Does your list get the stamp of approval?


The Slice: Speculating about the diets of older women

Maybe that’s where the crazy cat lady thing comes from.


The Slice: Reindeer games: The Q and A

You won’t believe what Donner has to say.


The Slice: Remembering way back to the yule of 2017

Just like the ones I used to know…


The Slice: Santa says: Keep on truckin’

Taking re-gifting to a whole new level.


The Slice: Darkness in the middle of town

Come down. Take a walk. Look around. Have coffee.


The Slice: Darkness in the middle of town

Come down. Take a walk. Look around. Have coffee.


The Slice: Lessons learned from the big screen

For those who moved to the West from other parts of the country, it seems fair to ask. What lessons about this region did you learn from old movies before …


The Slice: Figuring out who is the driving force

If there is disagreement about who is the best winter driver in your family, how do you decide the issue?


The Slice: Hug it out, or not

The Slice has, on more than one occasion, considered whether Spokane is a hugging town.


The Slice: Long time no see season

But thanks to social media, there’s no catching up to do.


The Slice: How important to you is a white Christmas?

Just like the ones we used to know?


UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 7, 2017, 4:14 p.m.

The Slice: My father’s yuletide story

Among the tall tales, this one stands the shortest … by a head.


The Slice: Here’s your chance to fill in the blanks

Pay no attention to that man over there behind the curtain.


The Slice: “It’s a-liiiiiiive!” (Holiday version)

Childlike belief in the magic of the season is wonderful. Why kill it?


UPDATED: Sun., Dec. 3, 2017, 8:18 a.m.

The Slice: Imagining one way you could spend this Sunday

You’d like to see if your granddaughter wants to hop in the truck and ride over to Lake Coeur d’Alene with you to scope out the eagles.


The Slice: Cue that old National Geographic theme music

If not a snow leopard, then perhaps a black panther living during the next ice age?


The Slice: Planning your family newsletter Christmas card

Here are The Slice’s Top 10 ways to make your Spokane family newsletter Christmas card a delightful reading experience for everyone on your list.


The Slice: And here I thought we were about the same age

He’s not THAT old. You can take our word for it.


The Slice: I’ll have to figure out what this person would win

The Slice column for Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2017.


The Slice: The real reasons you put away your toys

This is a time of year when many of us look back on our childhoods.


The Slice: When you climb into the way-back machine

We’ve all seen them. But how do they make you feel? What do they make you think?


The Slice: Do you hear what I hear?

We’re already at our wits’ end with “Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer.”


The Slice: Making the holiday count

That empty chair at the table can be an opportunity to remember a loved one who is no longer here.


The Slice: If you don’t want to talk about the Detroit Lions

Great Aunt Thelma is sure to spark some amazing suppositions.