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Northwest Passages: Senator Patty Murray

The Spokesman-Review's Orion Donovan-Smith discusses childcare, the filibuster and other issues with Senator Patty Murray on the Northwest Passages livestream.

Northwest Passages - “Murder at the Mission”

Author and journalist Blaine Harden talks about his book, "Murder at the Mission," with Eastern Washington history professor Larry Cebula on the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream Thursday, May 6, 2021.

Northwest Passages - Otto Klein of the Spokane Indians

Sportswriter Dave Nichols talks with Spokane Indians baseball team Vice President Otto Klein about the upcoming season, the year lost to COVID19 and the changes in store for Spokane's minor league baseball team.

Northwest Passages Forum: Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward

Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward came on the Northwest Passages livestream to talk with Spokesman-Review writer Adam Shanks about the major issues facing the city of Spokane. They talked about the downtown stadium proposal, state COVID-19 protocols, homelessness and other topics.

Northwest Passages - Author Sabina Khan

Author Sabina Khan, speaking from her home in Canada, talked with educator and writer Mandy Manning of Spokane on the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream about her new book "Zara Hossain Is Here."

Northwest Passages - Author Paul Theroux

Speaking from his home on the North Shore of O'ahu in Hawaii, prolific author Paul Theroux talks about his newest book "Under the Wave at Waimea." Theroux is known for both his novels and his travel writing.

Northwest Passages - Author Martha Hall Kelly

Northwest Passages Book Club hosts author Martha Hall Kelly on the livestream with Kristi Burns, the book club coordinator. Kelly talked about her new book, "Sunflower Sisters," an historical novel set in the days of the Civil War. Purchase your copy here: Books mentioned: Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Written by Herself Linda Brent (Harriet Ann Jacobs); Little Women, Louisa May Alcott; Hospital Days -  by Jane Stuart Woolsey; Three weeks at Gettysburg, Georgeanna Muirson Woolsey; Tobacco and Smoking Above the Blue and the Gray by Ben Rapaport; Within the Plantation Household: Black and White Women of the Old South; What Martha is reading now: Collette by Lindsay Anderson My Mother's Clothes by Jeannette Montgomery Barron

Northwest Passages: WSU women’s basketball Coach Kamie Ethridge

Kamie Ethridge, who took the Washington State women's basketball team to the NCAA Tournament before losing to FSU last Monday, sums up the season and the outlook for the future in a talk with sportswriter Ryan Collingwood on the Northwest Passages livestream.

Northwest Passages: Author Adrienne Kisner

Adrienne Kisner, author of "Six Angry Girls" and other books in the YA category, talks with Northwest Passages Book Club coordinator Kristi Burns about her work.

Northwest Passages: Tanner and Jacob Groves

Eastern Washington Eagles' players (and brothers) Tanner and Jacob Groves, who played high school ball at Shadle High, are preparing to play in the NCAA Tournament in Indianapolis this weekend and they talked with the Spokesman-Review's Ryan Collingwood about the experience.

Northwest Passages: Country artist Bryan White

Country music artist Bryan White came on the Northwest Passages livestream Friday, Mar. 5, 2021 to talk about the Heartstrings for Hope virtual concert planned for Mar. 9. Because of his involvement with the concert fundraiser for MultiCare Health, White has been to Spokane multiple times and Ed Condran of The Spokesman-Review asked him about his music and the fundraising.

Northwest Passages: “Girls with Bright Futures”

Tracy Dobmeier and Wendy Katzman wrote the darkly funny novel "Girls with Bright Futures" about the angst and drama of parents trying to get their children into the right universities and they talk about it with Kristi Burns of the Northwest Passages Book Club Thursday, Feb. 19, 2021 on a livestream broadcast.

Northwest Passages: Author Kim Johnson

On the Northwest Passages Book Club livestream, Kiantha Duncan of the Spokane Chapter of the NAACP interviews author Kim Johnson about her book, "This Is My America", the story of a Black family and their experiences. Purchase book from Wishing Tree Books here