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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Book notes: Nunemaker’s Spokane story hits local shelves

Carolyn Hage Nunemaker’s new book, “Spokane and the Inland Northwest During World War II” (Gray Dog Press, $14.95) is now in local bookstores. Her previous book, “Downtown Spokane Images: 1930-1949” was a hot local seller and a significant contribution to Spokane history. This second book is equally interesting and useful.

Ale House brings pub atmosphere to former Fugazzi, Cavallino site

The former Fugazzi and Cavallino’s space roared back to life Friday with the opening of the Post Street Ale House. Developer Walt Worthy remodeled and reopened the public house at Post Street and Sprague Avenue. It opens daily at 11 a.m. and features 20 beer taps, wine and liquor and a menu of traditional pub fare. A private hallway connects the pub to the Hotel Lusso, which Worthy and his wife, Karen, purchased in May.