It’s been a while since since the band Third Eye Blind released an album. Since their record Dopamine dropped in 2015, all their fans have had to listen to was an EP last year, “We Are Drugs” – an appropriate name judging by the reactions of their fans last night.
Department of Licensing data on the special plates shows more than just the popularity of the gray and crimson. It turns out you can tell a lot about a Washington county by which license plates are popular.
Brewers and beer aficionados in town say Spokane’s beer scene is growing up, and branching out, a testament to the region’s growing craft beer scene. The pace of new breweries opening is accelerating, and people are more willing to try less common styles.
Even the most optimistic foodie would have trouble calling Spokane a food destination. That’s not to say we don’t have great restaurants, but for someone accustomed to the dizzying array of Asian cuisines in Seattle or Yakima’s taco-truck-on-every-corner layout, Spokane’s food can feel a little homogenous if you’re looking outside American classics.
Parking illegally isn’t supposed to pay off. But thanks to Spokane’s relatively low-priced parking tickets, it can be a cheaper option than using a downtown garage. Getting a parking violation twice a week at a downtown meter would cost a driver $120 a month, less than the cost of a monthly space at either of two major parking garages downtown.