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Then and Now: Berlin Wall in Spokane

In 1962, organizers placed a symbolic Berlin Wall in downtown Spokane to direct local attention to the Soviet Union's blockade during the Cold War. 

Murals help heal downtown’s broken windows

The display window in Ashley Brownlee’s store was not broken by the same agitators who disrupted the protest in downtown Spokane. Rather, the first break came from a projectile, likely a rubber bullet, fired by police trying to quell those agitators.

Virtual gallery doesn’t ‘Soften’ art’s impact

Is being “soft” powerful? How can “soft” ways build strength? These are just some of the questions that June T. Sanders and Krista Brand, guest curators from Washington State University, pose in a new group show titled “Soften.”

Spokane sheriff, police chief blame Sunday’s violence on outside agitators

Law enforcement officials and leaders of Spokane’s Black community blamed Sunday night’s rioting, looting and property damage on outside agitators who “hijacked” what had been a day of mostly peaceful protests. But the scope of the involvement of organizers outside Spokane remains difficult to quantify, and police on Monday downplayed the presence of far-right agitators and militia members who roamed the downtown core with rifles and body armor.

Darkness at the Fox: A spiritual silence

Why do I feel like a bike tire that has been punctured by a nasty kid? Surely, the reason lies in the difference between listening to a recording and attending a live performance.

Cosmic Cowboy Grill is back in the saddle again

Cosmic Cowboy Grill in River Park Square in downtown Spokane and Appleway Square in Coeur d’Alene has recalled its staff and reopened to offer grab-and-go, to-go, curbside and delivery options at its two area locations after receiving funding from the federal Payment Protection Program.

Ronnie Milsap reschedules concert for Sept. 28 at Fox Theater

Music legend Ronnie Milsap has rescheduled his concert for Sept. 28 at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. Ticketholders for the original March 24 date are encouraged to hold on to their tickets, as those tickets will be honored for the new performance.