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Happy Hour of the Week: 1898 Public House

It’s $4 for craft drafts, well cocktails and glasses of wine. Ordered and devoured: Ahi Poke Tuna (with an awesome Wasabi Aioli), Devilish Deviled Eggs, Coconut Shrimp, Smoked Brisket Sliders, Smoked Manhattans and Martinis – extra dirty, extra olives. Pro tip: Grab a table with a view of the beautiful golf course. A return is in order – stat!

Ben Goldfarb at Northwest Passages Book Club

On Wednesday, September 18, 2019, Ben Goldfarb, author of "Eager: The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They Matter", appeared at the Northwest Passages Book Club event at the Montvale Event Center in Spokane. He talked about the importance of beavers in ecosystems while being interviewed by Eli Francovich, Outdoors Editor of The Spokesman-Review.

Dorothy Dean presents: Tender chicken adobo is a family favorite

Three states, six addresses, one daughter, three dogs and countless memories (and eye rolls) have brought my husband and me to our seventh year of marriage this year. The main things that have gotten us through are the basics: love, laughter, adventure – and chicken adobo.

Happy Hour of the Week: Craft & Gather

Owner and partner Darrin Sanders’ Craft & Gather in the former clubhouse of Painted Hills Golf Course has become a favorite and go-to Happy Hour in Spokane Valley.

Running Tab: An unexpected community is discovered at Yards dinner

Moving is difficult – duh, right? – but beyond the challenges of physically transporting your home from one place to another, a few aspects of relocating to a new city that are sometimes overlooked are the loneliness, loss of community and the unknown of a new city.

Happy Hour of the Week: Steam Plant

Steam Plant was named by Men’s Journal as one of “the 10 coolest places in America to drink craft beer.” And it’s no wonder. The 1916 building, which operated as a steam plant until 1986, has been a restaurant since 1999.

Upcycled Life: Bring summer inside with garden tins

Capture a little bit of summer and bring it indoors before the cool weather hits. These adorable little gardens sit nicely on a desk or shelf, but how you choose to decorate the tin is the best part. Make one for yourself and a friend.

Happy Hour of the Week: Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar Spokane Valley

Details + don’t miss: Small plates are $6-$8 and great for sharing. Draft beers and glasses of wine are $1 off; signature martinis are $2 off; and house wine is $5. The Kalua Pork Tacos, Fig & Prosciutto Flatbread and Roasted Brussels Sprouts (topped with a fried egg) are must-orders.

509 Beer: What is malting? LINC Foods knows

Since I’ve spent most of my life in a city, I haven’t had the chance to stand on a rolling hill in the middle of a barley field and watch massive harvesting combines cut through the 200-plus acres of grain