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Wednesday, October 21, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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World hits coronavirus milestones amid fears worse to come

ROME – The world surpassed two sobering coronavirus milestones Sunday – 500,000 confirmed deaths and 10 million confirmed cases – and hit another high mark for daily new infections as governments that attempted reopenings continued to backtrack and warn that worse news could be yet to come.

Happy Hour of the Week: Table 13 Restaurant & Whiskey Bar

Details + don’t miss: Table 13’s Happy Hour is truly a Happy Hour because it’s one hour daily. All alcoholic beverages are 50%. Any whiskey cocktail by mixologist Zac Fullerton is a solid choice. Food isn’t discounted, but you can’t go wrong with stir-fried black quinoa, poke crisps and shoestring potatoes for small plates. Pro tip: Happy Hour is 4-6 p.m. daily at all Davenport properties (it’s 5-6 p.m. at Table 13 because Table 13 opens at 5 p.m.)

Happy Hour of the Week: Heritage Bar & Kitchen

Details + don’t miss: Happy Hour is $2 off appetizers, $3.50 well drinks, $4.50 tap beer and $5.50 house wine. Chicken strips with curly fries, the soup of the day (a thick, super-cheesy and delicious broccoli cheddar) and a cider from One Tree Cider House were highlights during a recent stop at the cozy and friendly establishment.

Fight that left man with fatal head wounds followed night of bar-hopping in Spokane Valley

Daniel Jarman and Joseph Riley had been friendly with each other while hanging out with several women on the night of Dec. 28. Then the two men started arguing, and Riley punched Jarman in the face, knocking him to the ground, according to court records. One witness said Jarman was immediately “knocked out cold” when his head hit the pavement, but Riley kept throwing punches.

Happy Hour of the Week: Baby Bar

There’s nothing infantile about Baby Bar downtown, as its Happy Hour lineup seven days a week is $3 domestics, $4 draft beer, $4 well drinks, $5 house wines, $5 bartender’s choice and $5 flatbreads. The hideaway bar is cozy and hip, without even trying, and features friendly service and regular live music. Who could ask for anything more?

Happy Hour of the Week: Umi Kitchen and Sushi Bar

Details + don’t miss: Umi’s cool downstairs lounge with a view opens at 5 p.m. Sundays in Kendall Yards and is Happy Hour the entire time, a perfect way to end the weekend or start the week. Oyster shooters are a solid opener, followed up with gyoza and yellowtail kama (the tender collar of a fish). Add to the evening with a perfectly sour New York Sour served in a martini glass.

Happy Hour of the Week: the Onion Bar & Grill North Spokane

Details + don’t miss: Discounts for wine, beer, wells and growlers are $1-$3, while the food takes the spotlight. Signature onion rings are 50% off, and $6 bites include a burger, fry platter and meat lovers, margarita, Thai, Hawaiian and pepperoni personal pizzas. The Onion downtown (302 W. Riverside Ave.) offers the same Happy Hour specials.