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During the coronavirus pandemic, Fire Artisan Pizza in downtown Spokane was extinguished, and, as of April 1 – and this is no joke – Gozo Brick Oven Bistro took its place at 816 W. Sprague Ave.
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.
About 100 people waved Pride flags and held up signs supporting Black lives as they marched to create unity in the community and create visibility for the LGBTQ community on Saturday.
After nearly five years of being unabashedly themselves, the owners of Spaceman Coffee are closing down their unique space on West Sprague Avenue.
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.
Spokane firefighters quickly extinguished an underground fire on Riverside Avenue on Friday, but not before it cut off power to multiple nearby businesses and traffic signals.
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.”
Several operators of downtown Spokane businesses were devastated Monday over damage caused in a wave of looting and vandalism the night before that followed a peaceful protest over George Floyd’s death.
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.
Businesses and city crews worked Monday to clean up broken glass and graffiti in downtown Spokane after peaceful protests against police brutality turned violent.
Food is love, and Spokane born-and-raised Gage Lang loves desserts – specifically cookies and ice cream. So, it is more than proper that he is launching Breauxdoo Bakery from River City Kitchen in downtown Spokane on Thursday.
The rule written on the mirror behind the counter at the Baby Bar is “No crying.” It’s a rule the bar’s owners are following when dealing with the economic fallout from the closure of their bar and restaurant.
Pottery Place Plus made its extensive gallery of local artwork available online this week for the first time. And, following in the footsteps of neighbor Auntie’s Bookstore, the artist co-op will begin its own curbside pick-up service.
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.
With galleries, restaurants, theaters and other art-displaying venues shuttered to maintain safe social distancing, public art in the great outdoors has never seemed so vital.
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.
Heather Thomas-Taylor has helped engineer the move of Hope House to the Downtown Spokane Public Library to provide shelter for women during the coronavirus pandemic.
With nearly all business shuttered and most people remaining home, Spokane Police Officer Richie Plunkett said many of those who are still downtown are struggling.
Comedian and actor Kevin James this morning has canceled his May 21 performance at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox in downtown Spokane.
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.