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The Slice archive for June 8, 2011


The list of Spokane's best-behaved kids

Would have to include broadcaster Kristi Gorenson's two daughters. (I suspect her husband had a hand in this, too.) I say this on the basis of an extended grocery aisle stop-and-chat. I don't have pictures of the girls. But here's their mom. SR photo

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Ahh...It's Bohemian Club time!

Well, maybe not quite yet. But keep in mind that I do start pretty early. And there are few things I like better than kicking back with a convenient half gallon fun-size bottle of locally brewed beer after a hard morning of item forging. Even...

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Deal 'em

A couple of my colleagues, Tom Sowa and Bert Caldwell, were just speculating about which self-important local personalities they would least like to play poker with. Who would you seat at your own table from Hades?

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It's all anticlimax after 1973

So the Belmont Stakes is Saturday. It will be nice for the Kentucky Derby and Preakness winners to have a rubber match. Assuming that is, that they'll both be in the race. I guess I could show a little more interest and actually find out....

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Honk if you know what he means

"I was driving around Cheney and heard someone honk," wrote Jerry Hilton. "I never figured out who or why. It got me thinking. As I grew up in Cheney, almost always, whenever someone honked it was to get a friend's attention and say Hi. Does...

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