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Coeur d’Con takes over Coeur d’Alene Public Library with ‘all things geek’

Chris Cope and Mike Epps bring their shows to the Spokane Comedy Club.


Coming together: Spokane’s Unity in the Community celebrates diverse cultures

Spokane’s Unity in the Community hosts Cultural Celebration and Unity Parade at Riverfront Park this Saturday.


STCU seeks school supply donations for students in K-8 grades through Aug. 10

School will be starting up again before you know it and STCU is helping local students prepare by hosting a school supply drive through Aug. 10.


UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 19, 2017, 7:46 p.m.

Crowd celebrates diversity at 23rd annual Unity in the Community

The flags of many countries fluttered in the breeze Saturday as people gathered in Riverfront Park for the 23rd annual Unity in the Community event.


UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 9, 2017, 5:30 p.m.

Back-to-school events offer help for families gearing up for classes

School days are right around the corner, triggering several events focused on helping parents outfit their children with appropriate supplies, clothes and community resources.


Annual event adds a parade

New this year will be a Unity in the Community Parade that will begin at 9 a.m. on the southeast corner of Stevens Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard.


Unity in the Community celebration is Saturday in Riverfront Park

Kids can visit a Cultural Village to learn about foreign countries and get free school supplies at the 22nd annual Unity in the Community celebration Saturday in Riverfront Park.


Unity in the Community continues its work bringing people together

Unity in the Community, the annual multicultural celebration, returns to Riverfront Park on Saturday. This year’s theme is “Embracing Culture and Diversity.”


Teaching tradition

Oksana Tepp wore a traditional Ukrainian dress and put a wreath of flowers on her head for her role as the ambassador of Ukraine during Saturday’s Unity in the Community …


Unity in the Community celebrates area’s diversity

Brandon Klaus and his son Ryan traveled across the globe and back in an afternoon at Unity in the Community, Spokane’s annual celebration of diversity. Klaus gripped a bag of …


An uplifting show of diversity

With a bagpipe procession to start and entertainers as varied as Hawaiian dancers, break-dancers and singers from the Bethel AME Church, the Unity in the Community event downtown Saturday aims …


Unity in the Community brings global flair to Riverfront Park

Catherine Fessard recalls having a special feeling about Spokane when she traveled from Europe to visit a friend during Expo ’74. “There was such a joy for life in this …


Cultural celebration

At Unity in the Community next Saturday, you can visit more than 45 cultural village booths. The people at the booths live in the Inland Northwest, but they moved here …


Unity in the Community marks its 16th year

The dance troupe milled around a stage entrance behind 23-year-old Saw Gary in their traditional colors of red, white and blue. The troupe was not an American-style dance group. Its …


Increasingly diverse community gathers for Unity

The dance troupe milled around a stage entrance behind 23-year-old Saw Gary, in their traditional colors of red, white and blue. The troupe was not an American-style dance group. It’s …


Unity in the Community Aug. 21 in Riverfront Park

The 16th annual Unity in the Community celebration will be held at Riverfront Park on Aug. 21, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. near the Clock Tower.


Unity in the Community in need of support

Unity in the Community, the annual celebration of diversity in Spokane, needs a little help this year. The continuing economic downturn has decreased charitable giving nationwide, and Unity is no …


All together now

It was just warm enough Saturday afternoon for kids to cool off in the giant fountain at Riverfront Park. The day-long Unity in the Community celebration, however, finished out with …


Community turns out for unity

Christian Franz took a quick trip around the world while strolling through Spokane’s Riverfront Park on Saturday. The 12-year-old visited Japan, where he learned the national sport is sumo wrestling. …