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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.
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, and a former city leader welcomed him during his quiet opening weekend.
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.
If a new multi-use athletic stadium is going to be built in downtown Spokane, United Soccer League vice president of club expansion Dan Holman considers a potential Lilac City franchise "the gravy on top" of a decision that will benefit the region.
After multiple COVID-19 delays and then a robbery days before sneak previews, Chad White opened his relocated Zona Blanca to the public on Tuesday morning downtown in the Holley-Mason Building.
The 4.5-mile route has 29 stops at plaques, statues and buildings throughout downtown and Riverfront Park, all with a story about the people who helped create Spokane.
An online survey that drew more than 7,700 participants indicates heavy public support for a proposal to build a new sports stadium downtown instead of in northwest Spokane.
That extension would likely come with some new measures intended to get riders to use and park the scooters and bikes properly, officials said.
From 1890 until the buildings were demolished in 1933, four interconnected buildings wrapped around the southeast corner of Howard Street and Riverside Avenue were simply called the Rookery, the word for a colony of birds’ nests.
A man accused of threatening to stab people in downtown Spokane was arrested Tuesday evening after a standoff with the police SWAT team.
Spokane Dry Goods, later renamed The Crescent, opened in 1889 and grew rapidly. Around 1899, the store moved to the 700 block of Main Avenue and connected to a new three-story block facing Riverside. Advertisements in the early 1900s proclaimed The Crescent as “Spokane’s Greatest Store."
The Black Lens and Terrain are teaming up with Laboratory to present a mixed-media display celebrating Black Lives Matter and the Black Lens’ “Create Health” initiative. The outdoor, pop-up event is set for 7:30-9:30 p.m. on Monday.
Here are some answers to frequently asked questions about the proposed downtown sports stadium.
Key moments led to the latest proposal for a downtown sports stadium.
As Spokane begins to recover from COVID-19, a new sports stadium probably won’t affect the daily lives of its families.
The directors of Spokane Public Schools will hear a lot of numbers Wednesday night.
A proposal to build an outdoor downtown stadium that could host high school sports and be home to minor league soccer is getting renewed attention in a surprise final pitch to community leaders.
Brothers Leo and Sam Weisfield and their brother-in-law Ralph Goldberg had a small watch repair business in Seattle, started in 1917. Before Spokane, they had stores in Seattle, Tacoma, Aberdeen, Bellingham and Mount Vernon.
It is said that chicken soup is for the soul, but in Spokane this week, purchasing posole for the Sol benefits the food bank Second Harvest. Chef Travis Dickinson’s Cochinito Taqueria downtown is taking part in Bowl of Sol, a benefit for Second Harvest that pairs his posole with a locally made bowl for the customer’s keeping.