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If it were a game, this would only be halftime. It was more than two years ago that voters approved a capital bond to pay for a new stadium for Spokane Public Schools, and it will be another two years before fans are cheering in the stands.
It will be two years before Spokane plays host to a professional soccer team, but you wouldn’t know it by talking to Justin Papadakis.
Selkirk Development LLC is moving forward with building its $80 million, two-tower Papillon project on Spokane’s North Bank.
It’s cinematic when the graffiti-covered freight trains roll past the iconic Steam Plant. During an overcast morning, the familiar brick structure with cars cruising through the city on rails with wheels squeaking smacks of “Rocky.”
The bees weren’t quite as disruptive as the hundreds of spectators, who gathered at the corner and offered suggestions (some helpful) about how to get rid of the swarm.
It’s safe to say that I’ve never gone out for breakfast three consecutive mornings for work, but this uncommon occurrence happened over the weekend – Friday, Saturday and Sunday – for The Spokesman-Review.
Sometimes, there are “gray’ areas in driving.
One of the most remarkable concerts in the history of Spokane’s musical community took place Saturday night at Barrister Winery when Zuill Bailey played the Six Suites for Solo Cello of J.S. Bach.
Seattle restaurateur Ethan Stowell opened Tavolata, the fourth location of his Seattle Italian restaurant, in downtown Spokane on May 1, but the founder and CEO of Ethan Stowell Restaurants isn’t resting on his laurels.
After Bryan and Alyssa Agee moved back to their hometown of Spokane several years ago, they noticed the city was lacking a restaurant specializing in waffles.
Seattle restaurateur Ethan Stowell opened the fourth location of his Italian restaurant Tavolata, his first outside Seattle, on May 1 downtown in the former location of the Olive Garden.
The Marjorie Apartments fill five of the six floors of the James S. Black Building at 107 S. Howard St. in Spokane. The Wave Island Sports Grill & Sushi Bar will occupy much of the first floor when it opens in about a month.
Refresh your workout routine with free classes at Riverfront Park. That's one of the goals of Riverfront Moves sponsored by the city's Parks and Recreation Department and Providence Health Care.
In 2017, the World Axe Throwing League was created, quickly grew in popularity and now has more than 350 certified facilities around the world. The organization tracks more than 6,000 competitive ax throwers in 28 countries.
By now, everybody's voiced their druthers on the stadium issue, either by ballot, online survey, meeting room soapbox or letter to the editor.
In case the board members at Spokane Public Schools didn’t know it already, there’s a lot riding on Wednesday’s special meeting.
Two major issues related to the proposed downtown stadium – parking and the Spokane Civic Theatre – are addressed in detail in documents posted Monday on the Spokane Public Schools website.
The perennials gathered Saturday, as the 45th running of Bloomsday kicked off. The virtual race will run through next weekend.
Although there were wood-frame buildings on the corner before the great fire of 1889, the lots west of the 1910 Realty Building, which is now the Delaney Apartments, and the corner were rebuilt with single-story brick storefront buildings housing cafes, taverns, auto tire repair shops, laundries, a hat cleaning service and one of Spokane’s first pet stores.