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28,000 Deja Vu dancers to share $6.5 million wage settlement

A federal judge has approved a $6.5 million settlement in a wage dispute involving 28,000 current or former exotic dancers at a chain of clubs operating in 18 states. The class-action suit accused Deja Vu-affiliated clubs of violating wage laws by exotic dancers as independent contractors who had to pay a fee to perform, instead of as employees.

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago The Spokesman-Review’s critic had trouble explaining his reaction to the new film, “Hypocrites,” which was drawing crowds at the Casino Theater.

Spokane City Council says anti-public nudity initiative backers must gather signatures

The brewing debate about how much must be worn by baristas could be decided by voters. Three Spokane moms say they will gather signatures in hopes of asking voters to make it a misdemeanor to expose at least half of a female breast, any part of a female areola or nipple, or any part of male or female genitals or anus at any place the public has a right to be or see.