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Baking has always been my nemesis. My first-ever attempt was in my seventh-grade home economics class. My teacher instructed us on how to make homemade cinnamon rolls. Being more creative than concise, I apparently put more focus on turning mine into a cinnamon hippopotamus than I was accurately measuring ingredients.
Several Spokane-area retailers changing Black Friday plans to accommodate the new normal of holiday shopping spawned the coronavirus pandemic.
The morning of Black Friday may have been a tamer affair with a pandemic raging. But at least at some stores in the Inland Northwest, there still were some sweet deals – along with crowds eager to nab them.
France's government on Friday got supermarket chains and e-commerce platforms like Amazon to agree to postpone “Black Friday” promotions, responding to concerns that shops shuttered by the nation's coronavirus lockdown are hemorrhaging business and could be hurt further if they miss out on the consumer splurge.
Longtime TV and sports radio personality Dennis Patcin has been named sports director of SWX, replacing Sam Adams who moved to KHQ's "Wake Up Show".
Friggatriskaidekaphobia is the fear of Friday the 13th, and after a year like this, we all might have it.
As we reach another Friday the 13th and wonder if there really are murderous creatures like Jason Voorhees and Freddy Krueger, it’s time to reflect on the best the slasher horror genre has to offer. Slashers have been a staple of horror films for decades, outlasting many other gimmicky horror genres, like found footage films.
For more than 30 years in Spokane, Friday in the fall has meant two things: high school football and “Friday Night Sports Extra” on KXLY-TV.
High school football in Eastern Washington and North Idaho forever changed in the fall of 1986.
Spokane’s First Friday Art Walk is back, at least for one downtown venue. The reliably avant-garde Kolva-Sullivan Gallery will be the first place to host a live art exhibition in Spokane in months.
Is being “soft” powerful? How can “soft” ways build strength? These are just some of the questions that June T. Sanders and Krista Brand, guest curators from Washington State University, pose in a new group show titled “Soften.”
Last month’s Virtual First Friday was such a success, Spokane Arts and the Downtown Spokane Partnership have decided to do it again. Alright, maybe the decision was made for them, but going online for virtual art encounters is more than just safe.
On the day set aside to mark Christ’s crucifixion, most churches were empty
Pope Francis has presided over a torch-lit Good Friday procession, including nurses and doctors, in a hauntingly nearly empty St. Peter’s Square after the COVID-19 pandemic forced cancellation of the Way of the Cross ceremony at Rome’s Colosseum
The global death toll from the coronavirus has surpassed 100,000, with more than half the U.S. deaths clustered in the three-state metro area around New York City
Avery and Kaylee Willmann of the Spokane tattoo studio
Wash your damn hands and march into First Friday with your head held high and eyes wide open. Otherwise you might miss the beauty you need to stay healthy.
A major must-see on this weekend’s Spokane’s Winter Arts Tour is the bustling First Friday Art Walk.
“By a vote of 86 to 78, the proposal has been accepted. The strike is over!!” the union, United Steelworkers Local 5114, said in a Facebook post Monday evening after votes were tallied electronically.
Forget New Year’s diet resolutions to boost your health. Recent research has shown that visiting art galleries and museums can lower anxiety and depression, increase critical thinking skills and even make you feel like you are falling in love.