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The hollow, ornate shell of a former bank on Riverside Avenue should soon serve as the public face of the Spokane Police Department and the cornerstone achievement of Mayor Nadine Woodward’s first year in office.
“Top Chef” Season 13 cheftestant Chad White of Spokane is hosting a new weekly Ceviche Takeover on Wednesdays at his downtown ceviche bar Zona Blanca, and Adam Hegsted will be the first guest chef to create his spin on the seafood dish.
When Cream reunited in 2005 for one of three sold-out shows at Madison Square Garden, there was a palpable chill among the three members of the iconic power trio. It wasn’t surprising since many reformations are marred by a tangible iciness among members.
If it seems like Colin Hay was just in Spokane, you’re not wrong. The 66-year-old former Men at Work frontman performed at Northern Quest in May backed by his wife, singer Cecilia Noël, and a top-notch band of Latinx musicians.
Wash your damn hands and march into First Friday with your head held high and eyes wide open. Otherwise you might miss the beauty you need to stay healthy.
The new precinct will open inside the former Umpqua Bank Building at Riverside Avenue and Wall Street.
“Everyone think this is about a money grab, and it’s not,” said Julie Dixon, whose firm is leading the process of implementing the results of a parking study done by another firm. Instead, she said, the proposed changes are about creating a “sustainable” and efficient system.
Bette Largent, who literally wrote the book on caring for carousels, was honored at a ceremony last week by the Spokane Park Board. She’s been the caretaker of the historic 1909 carousel in Riverfront Park since 1992.
The debate over where to site a new stadium in Spokane sets competing visions and priorities against each other. But both sides partly miss the fundamental question.
City leaders gathered at the downtown library on Friday to celebrate its looming transformation into a modern community pillar that melds the offerings of a traditional public library with future-focused amenities.
Former four-term Oklahoma City Mayor Mick Cornett had a clear message on Thursday evening: Mid-size cities like Spokane can accomplish big things when everyone is pulling on the same rope.
When Wichita, Kansas, country singer-songwriter Logan Mize called the morning of Feb. 3, he was looking at about a foot of snow in Salt Lake City, and it was the morning after the Super Bowl in Miami, where Patrick Mahomes and his Kansas City Chiefs orchestrated an incredible fourth-quarter comeback against Jimmy Garoppolo and the San Francisco 49ers.
The Downtown Spokane Partnership has selected former Spokane Mayor David Condon, former city chief financial officer Gavin Cooley to receive the organization’s Legacy Award and Pete Mounsey and Anne Mounsey its as Impact Award recipients, and they will be honored at the annual meeting this Thursday.
A major must-see on this weekend’s Spokane’s Winter Arts Tour is the bustling First Friday Art Walk.
City officials and business leaders are inviting residents to attend a public workshop on Wednesday to formulate goals and strategies for the future of downtown.
The Spokane City Council once again balked Monday on a proposal to ban devices that emit high-pitched noises to disperse young and homeless people from areas near downtown businesses.
After minor revisions, the Spokane City Council will vote Monday on a bill drafted by Councilwoman Kate Burke that would outlaw the use of the Mosquito, which emits a high-pitched noise meant to deter loitering and unsavory behavior.
Details + don’t miss: At the downtown Spokane location, Happy Hour is $1 off beer, $2 off cocktails, $2 off glasses of wine and 50% off a list of appetizers – spring rolls, cha shao bao, General Tso’s chicken, salt and basil chicken and popcorn shrimp.
One of three suspects has been arrested and booked into jail following the shooting Wednesday in downtown Seattle that killed a woman and injured seven other people, Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan said Thursday.
Spokane Public Schools is willing to consider building a new high school sports stadium downtown, but only if “circumstances change significantly,” according to board President Jerrall Haynes.