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Emma and Noah still tops for baby names

For the second year in a row, Emma and Noah top the annual list of top baby names in the U.S., according to the Social Security Administration. That’s the third year on top for Noah and the second in a row for Emma, which was also No. 1 in 2008.

WV High grad finds role in ‘Containment’

Imagine “Fear the Walking Dead” without zombies and you have some notion of what to expect from The CW’s “Containment”, a thriller about a spreading virus in Atlanta that features Spokane native Trevor St. John in his first prime-time series regular role.

Jazz fest’s financial chief fired

The University of Idaho has fired the executive director of its flagship music event, the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival.

Stephen King ponders death in new collection ‘Bazaar of Bad Dreams’

Stephen King has always addressed his “Constant Readers” in prefaces or afterwords to his books. He likes to share what inspired him or what he was thinking about when he wrote it. But with the release of “The Bazaar of Bad Dreams,” King takes it to another level.

Art installation about poverty, urban decay

The title of Austin Stiegemeier’s latest art exhibit was inspired, appropriately enough, by a handwritten sticker he saw on a streetlight on the corner of First and Monroe. It read “Violet is an anagram of love it,” and something about it connected with him. A few weeks later, the sticker was gone, presumably scraped away by city cleanup crews, but its message had been preserved farther down the block.