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Sunday, March 29, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Fair games: Buskers play for a chance to entertain crowds

He’s standing on a piece of wood, balancing on a thick piece of PVC pipe, perched on top of a metal stool, juggling three knives. The crowd claps and Justin …

Doug Clark: 2016 Spokane Street Music Week buys 127,130 meals for food bank

The 14th annual Spokane Street Music Week officially expired at 1 p.m. Friday amid blue skies, sunny dispositions and an unexpected windfall. John Huckabay handed a piece of paper to …

Doug Clark: Street Music Week is about generosity, not virtuosity

The 14th annual Spokane Street Music Week kicks off Monday with simultaneous satellite events going on in the historic Garland District and downtown Coeur d’Alene.

Doug Clark: Call out for all would-be buskers for Street Music Week

Monday noon will kick off the 13th annual Spokane Street Music Week, and the stars appear to be gloriously aligned. And by stars I mean those local TV meteorologists.

Buskers, helpers all tuned up for annual Street Music Week

A nice guy at The General Store gave me a discount on those red paint buckets we use every year for collecting food bank donations. A tub of shiny new …

Clark: Condon and Stuckart ‘pitch’ in for good cause

Wednesday’s installment of Spokane Street Music Week was truly one for the ages. Or the annals of YouTube, perhaps.

Clark: Street Music Week expanding to include Garland district

Red collection buckets. Check. Yellow sign-up notepads. Check.

Doug Clark: Firsts and monsoons at Street Music Week

The 10th annual Spokane Street Music Week will be remembered for its number of exciting firsts. As in …