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Monday, February 17, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Three things we’ll be talking about this week

1Sure, it’s been hot lately, but there’s a hint of fall in the air. Must be because it’s Apple Festival time at Green Bluff. The annual fall harvest festival is under way and continues every weekend through Oct. 25. You’ll find music, crafts, mazes and plenty of farm-fresh fruits and vegetables – including, of course, apples. For details and a map of farms, visit www.greenbluffgrowers.com.

2It’ll be game day on the Palouse this Saturday as Washington State University and the University of Idaho both play at home. The Cougars will take on Southern Methodist at Martin Stadium in Pullman, while across the border, the Vandals host San Diego State University at the Kibbie Dome. Kickoff for both games is 2 p.m.

3 Interplayers Artistic Associate Karen Kalensky returns to the stage to co-star with husband John Henry Winkler in Terrence McNally’s “Frankie & Johnny in the Clair De Lune,” opening Thursday for a two-week run. The play centers on two lonely people whose first date ends in bed. Only then do they get to know each other as they contemplate the future.

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