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Local performers are returning to sidewalks for the 19th Spokane/Coeur d’Alene Street Music Week from next Monday through Friday, while the fundraiser for Second Harvest food bank will also continue online.
Despite the limitations of moving buskers off Spokane street corners and into Facebook feeds, Street Music Week founder Doug Clark says donations stayed strong throughout this year’s virtual event.
Street Music Week, an annual fundraising event for Spokane food bank Second Harvest, will be held virtually this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Street Music Week 2019 ended Friday and raised $29,333 for the Second Harvest Inland Northwest Food Bank, which equates to 146,665 meals.
Spokane fans will get to meet the latest incarnation of the internet sensation when Skinny makes his public debut as Keyboard Cat during Street Music Week, the annual fundraiser to support the Second Harvest Food Bank.
The longtime Spokesman-Review columnist, who retired in 2017, will debut “The Ballad of Rachel Dolezal” at Pig Out in the Park on Monday.
Local volunteers raised nearly $30,000 during the annual Street Music Week in Spokane and Coeur d’Alene for food donations in Eastern Washington and North Idaho.
The streets of downtown Spokane will be a little livelier than usual during lunch hour next week.
This week marks my one-year anniversary of the editor of The Spokesman-Review. I wanted to be here for so many reasons, but mostly because I had grown to dislike the smell of corporate journalism. I wanted to work someplace where profits weren’t the only measure of success.
Raymond Davidson won the world pinball championship this summer in Denmark.
So two out of the four candidates running for a Spokane Valley City Council seat have reportedly spent time in jail.
Doug Clark remarks on the passing of World War II veteran Bill Wheatley, one of the nation’s disappearing heroes.
They say it takes two to tango. But Wednesday – the second day of summer – I swear I counted at least 10 adults who were dancing tango in the middle of the South Hill streets of Spokane.
The future of Street Music Week tracked me down Wednesday inside the Red Robin restaurant. I was grabbing a late lunch when he stuck one of our red collection buckets under my nose.
The 15th annual Street Music Week kicked off Monday in downtown Spokane with warm weather, cool jazz and a felonious punk.
Tim Lorentz, who motors his boat car around Spokane, has now fashioned a desk out of a 1969 Lincoln Continental.
Great news from Hillyard. None of the punches thrown this weekend will be barroom, sidewalk or angry neighbor related.
“May the Force Be With You.” Michael Runyan stared and puzzled over those six words that have now become as recognizable as the Pledge of Allegiance.
Going up against a nesting hummingbird is a dangerous ordeal.
Spokane’s Madison Kerr is part of the Western Washington University rowing team eyeing an 8th national championship