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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!
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.
Made With Love Bakery opened on June 29, but owner Callie Johnson has been baking out of the shop’s commercial kitchen since January. She sells her goods through the Indaba Coffee locations, as well as at Vessel, Tom Sawyer Coffee and Pathfinder Café.
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.
Riverbank Taphouse at Northern Quest Resort & Casino (100 N. Hayford Road, Airway Heights) is hosting Pullman’s Paradise Creek Brewing for a special tap takeover from 6 -8 p.m. Several beers will be on tap, and representatives will be on hand to talk about the brewery.
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.
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.
Hope you put your party pants on today – or, better yet, stretchy pants – because we are celebrating one of America’s most iconic foods: the cheeseburger. That’s right, today is National Cheeseburger Day!
Pints Alehouse (10111 N. Newport Highway) is hosting its sixth-annual Sour Fest starting today and continuing through Friday. Stop in to enjoy nine sours on tap, or fill up a crowler to go. Doors open at 3 p.m. each day.
Was the listener merely projecting his feelings on what he heard, or was there not something special about the rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” that opened the first concert of the 2019-2020 season of the Spokane Symphony?
Temperatures are dropping, but the autumn concert calendar is really starting to heat up. Here are concerts you can look forward to in the coming months.
Comedy, dance, theater – no matter your interest, or age, there is plenty to take in in the coming months. Read on to learn more about what’s coming to town this fall.
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.
Fresh hop season is in full swing, so keep an eye on your favorite local breweries to see when they are releasing their own versions of these autumn-only beers.
Our go-to is Japanese, as we’re both big fans of sushi. While we rotate through numerous rolls, shrimp tempura, yakisoba, ramen and edamame, one staple on our table is sunomono, a Japanese cucumber salad.
For this year’s fall banquet, the Spokane County Master Gardeners is bringing in Joe Lamp’l, host and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning PBS program “Growing a Greener World.”
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.
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.
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
Whistle Punk Brewing (122 S. Monroe, Spokane) is releasing its Ales for ALS beer and hosting a fundraiser to benefit local resident Dan Marlow from 4-9 p.m. Marlow,