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UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 7, 2018, 4:05 p.m.

Auntie’s Bookstore at 40: Owner hopes many new chapters await

Auntie’s Bookstore will celebrate its 40th anniversary Saturday, marking a longevity that’s rare among small retailers, and particularly notable for an independent book seller.

Downtown businesses have adapted to Hoopfest after decades of practice

Like most major events, Hoopfest owes its silver-plated success to good luck, persistence and the good fortune of following a bona fide example – in its case, Bloomsday – say …

Book Notes: Auntie’s to host Jess Walter event

Auntie’s Bookstore will host a ceremony next week to present Jess Walter with a PNBA Book Award. Walter won the award, sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association, for his …

Stockton gets personal with autobiography

Since retiring from his Hall of Fame career with the NBA’s Utah Jazz, Spokane native son John Stockton has famously kept to himself. Sure, the television cameras – without fail …

The draw of the unknowable

The story of Sir John Franklin’s doomed 19th-century expedition in search of the Northwest Passage is full of mysteries. The last thing novelist Gregory Spatz wanted to do was solve …

Book Notes: Aunties’s offers local flavor with lineup of authors

Coming up at Auntie’s in the coming days: a slew of appearances by notable authors with local ties. Kate McLachlan will read from her paperback “Hearts, Dead and Alive” at …