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The Greater Spokane Area bake off: Here are the best of the best baked goods in town

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.

France postpones ‘Black Friday’ to help locked-down shops

 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.

Virtual gallery doesn’t ‘Soften’ art’s impact

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.”

May brings more virtual art shows for First Friday

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.

Doctors, nurses in Good Friday procession at Vatican

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

Theme for this First Friday: art in dark rooms

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.