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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

Jun-Kai Teoh

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A&E >  Music

3 Doors Down plays a rocking acoustic show

“Do we just sit? Do people just sit for the show?” A woman leaned over and asked me shortly before 3 Doors Down took to the stage for their “Back Porch Jam” show at the Northern Quest Resort & Casino.

News >  Spokane

Know Spokane: Our demographics are more diverse than our cuisine

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.
News >  Spokane

Know Spokane: Some view paying cheap parking tickets as the cost of doing business

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.