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Book Notes: Aunt Kimmie to sign at Auntie’s

Aunt Kimmie Bebo will make a special appearance at Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave., today from 1 to 3 p.m. to sign her new children’s book, “Magic Sprinkles” (Dog …

Book Notes: Poet Wrigley will read latest at Auntie’s

One of the nation’s top poets, Robert Wrigley, lives and works in our region – and he’ll be reading from his latest collection, “Beautiful Country” (Penguin, $18) at Auntie’s Bookstore …

Book Notes: Edstrom releases recording how-to

The name Brent Edstrom is familiar from his work with the Brent Edstrom Trio and the Spokane Jazz Orchestra. Now the classical-jazz pianist has a new role: Brent Edstrom, Oxford …

Book Notes: ‘Broken Ground’ lands in paperback

It’s one of the most acclaimed novels by an Inland Northwest author in the last 30 years. The New York Times Book Review said it “rumbles with metaphor.”

Book notes: ‘Early Spokane’ shows off city’s history

A new book of historical photos, “Early Spokane” by Don Popejoy and Penny Hutten (Arcadia Publishing, $21.99), will be available beginning Monday. It’s part of Arcadia’s “Images of America” series, …

Local retailers ready to cure shoppers’ ‘frugality fatigue’

Penn Fix, president of Dodson’s Jewelers in downtown Spokane, just finished a good week. On Tuesday a customer visited his family-owned jewelry store and left after buying a $14,000 diamond …

Book Notes: True-crime legend Rule hits Auntie’s

Ann Rule, Seattle’s queen of true-crime, will be at Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave., on Saturday to read from her new book – a book of considerable interest here …

Book Notes: Part two of SPD’s ‘Badge’ available

The second volume of the history of the Spokane Police Department, titled “Life Behind the Badge: The Spokane Police Department’s Turbulent Years, 1903-1923,” has been published. It’s a sequel to …

Montana’s Bass to read at Auntie’s

Well-known Montana author Rick Bass will read from his newest novel, “Nashville Chrome” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, $24), on Saturday at 2 p.m. at Auntie’s Bookstore, 402 W. Main Ave. Bass …

Renowned nature writer will speak in Spokane in November

Terry Tempest Williams, one of the nation’s best-known nature writers, has been booked for a talk in Spokane on Nov. 1. The event will be a fundraiser for the Inland …

Davis to dish laughs, wisdom at Auntie’s

Deanna Davis, a popular Spokane speaker and workshop leader, has a new book titled “Laugh, Cry, Eat Some Pie” (Perigee Books, $13.95), with the subtitle “A Down-to-Earth Recipe for Living …

Auntie’s to open second shop

Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.

Auntie’s Bookstore to expand into River Park Square

Downtown Spokane bookseller Auntie’s Bookstore will expand into River Park Square in mid-July, said owner Chris O’Harra.

Egan’s ‘Big Burn’ selected for 2010’s Spokane Is Reading

Timothy Egan’s latest book, “The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire That Saved America,” has been chosen as the Spokane Is Reading book for 2010. It’s the true story …

David Sedaris to read at Auntie’s

Auntie’s Bookstore has scored a coup. The store that pioneered Spokane-area literary readings will present none other than David Sedaris on June 13. The humor essayist/radio monologist, known for such …

Author will read debut novel

As the economic downturn continues, many Americans are looking for different ways to make a living. Against all odds, Dave Boling seems to have found one.