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This week, workers from Kilgore Construction began dismantling the yellow-roofed skywalk over Main Avenue, scrapping the metal in preparation for a newly designed structure matching the new skywalks connecting to the old Macy’s building.
Chalk art on downtown sidewalks is a form of free speech, no matter how offensive it is, a situation recently clarified by the Spokane City Council.
Many developers start a multimillion-dollar renovation only after they’ve lined up a large tenant or two. But that’s not how Dru Hieber is proceeding in her plan to breathe new life into the historic Bennett Block.
As Randy Keller loaded pieces of the Parkade Plaza Fountain into the back of his company truck, he reminisced about the days when the fountain was a downtown Spokane attraction. Now, he has taken it upon himself to rename the fallen structure, “the fountain of youth,” or, more accurately for the longtime Spokane resident, the fountain of his youth.
Living Water expanding. Living Water Lawn and Tree Care, which has been in business in Spokane for more than two decades, is adding a larger office at 8227 N. Regal Ave.
For the past two weeks, it’s been déjà vu all over again for Louis Ray. The owner of Ray’s Demolition is tearing down Cyrus O’Leary’s, the longtime downtown Spokane eatery.
It’s the end for Cyrus O’Leary’s. Sunday marks the final day for this iconic downtown Spokane restaurant at 516 W. Main Ave.
When a Spokane businesswoman joined the Spokane Country Club nine years ago, she drew curious looks when she played in a members-only tournament dominated by men. The next year, she claims, the pricey private club changed the tournament to a men-only event, previewing years of alleged gender discrimination that Laura Skaer’s lawyer outlined in a lawsuit filed this week in Spokane County Superior Court.