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Virtual Northwest Passages - Mayor Nadine Woodward

May 28, 2020, 1:30 p.m.

The City of Spokane worked hard to get into Phase 2. Now we are there. Mayor Nadine Woodward talks to Adam Shanks about the new normal and what we can now expect as coronavirus hasn't disappeared and continued vigilance is essential. Submit your questions via the form online at our site: https://www.spokesman.com/bookclub/livestream/

News >  Spokane

Women Helping Women luncheon moves online to continue fundraising

With the COVID-19 pandemic prohibiting gatherings but increasing the need for services non-profits provide, the Women Helping Women Fund and the Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery decided not to cancel their fundraisers but instead move them online. Amy Vega, from Vanessa Behan, and Heather Hamlin, executive director at WHWF, discussed their fundraising goals and online event plans at The Spokesman Review’s Northwest Passages book club Monday.
News >  Spokane

Rob Curley: Family is more than a slogan for Zags, and Quentin Hall event will prove it

UPDATED: Sun., Nov. 3, 2019

They get together more than most realize. And not just those who shared a locker room while playing on the same team. Since the mid-1990s, and definitely after Casey Calvary’s legendary tip-in against Florida in 1999 that led to the program’s first-ever Elite Eight, if you’ve pulled on that jersey with the name most national broadcasters mispronounce and spent a little too much time at Jack and Dan’s, you’re family. It’s a cross-generational, court-crossing tie with a very special basketball bind.
News >  Spokane

Place plays key role for Spokane author Jess Walter

UPDATED: Thu., May 17, 2018

Jess Walter, a New York Times best-selling author whose childhood near an East Trent Avenue drive-in movie theater has often been the source of his creativity, engaged a sold-out Northwest Passages Book Club event Wednesday, offering humor and insight with each interaction.
A&E >  Books

The books of 2018: Many good words ahead for Spokane-area readers

Coming out in 2018 are new volumes from a Pulitzer Prize winner with North Idaho roots, two winners of the Washington Book Award, popular local young adult authors and poets galore. Here’s a brief look at some of the titles expected in 2018 from the region’s top talent.