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Work underway at Lewis and Clark High school

Work has begun to build a cafeteria, common area and classrooms at Spokane’s Lewis and Clark High School.


Bakery planned next to First Avenue Coffee in downtown

A new bakery is coming to downtown Spokane, according to permits issued by the city.


From Odd Fellows to Montvale: New event center will be home to NW Passages gatherings

The Odd Fellows hall in downtown Spokane on West First Avenue has been revamped as the Montvale Event Center. The Northwest Passages Book Club is among the groups hosting events …


UPDATED: Tue., Jan. 2, 2018

IncrediBurger and Eggs celebrates grand opening

Breakfast, burgers and boozy milkshakes will make up most of the menu at the new downtown Spokane burger-and-breakfast joint.


Adam Hegsted plans to open Incrediburger this fall in downtown Spokane

Permits have been filed to build Incrediburger at 909 W. First Ave. in the space that formerly held Dempsey’s Brass Rail.


UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 5, 2017

More parking is coming to downtown Spokane

A six-story parking garage will rise in the burgeoning west end marketed as the “entertainment district.”


Sale of Otis Hotel, work on Montvale and Odd Fellows buildings raise hopes for western downtown Spokane

In the mid-2000s, developers along the western edge of downtown Spokane’s entertainment district were promising big things, including condos, street-level stores and refurbished rentals. But those promises mostly went by …


Former Bing manager sues for wrongful termination

Former Bing Crosby Theater general manager Michael Smith has filed a lawsuit alleging he was denied overtime pay and wrongfully fired when he refused to perform illegal activities.


Dicker purchases historic Montvale Hotel

The historic 36-room Montvale Hotel in downtown Spokane has joined Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants. Ruby Hospitality, the Spokane developer’s company, paid $2.3 million in a …


Man behind Bing, Ruby projects buys Montvale Hotel

Spokane’s oldest hotel, the 36-room Montvale across the street from the Fox Theater, is joining Jerry Dicker’s growing portfolio of boutique hotels and restaurants.


Developer purchases Brass Rail building

Jerry Dicker, a prominent developer credited with helping breathe new life into downtown Spokane’s entertainment scene, is moving his company’s headquarters into the building formerly occupied by Dempsey’s Brass Rail …


Downtown developer buys old Dempsey’s bar

Jerry Dicker, a prominent developer credited with helping breathe new life into downtown Spokane’s entertainment scene, is moving his company’s headquarters into the building formerly occupied by Dempsey’s Brass Rail …


Doug Clark: Mayoral roast leaves trail of laughs at the Bing

(Last in a two-part odyssey.)


Doug Clark: Fire up the ovens, it’s time to (comedy) roast Mayor Condon

(First of a two-part series.) Overture. Curtains. Lights.


Bing Theater continues to benefit from artistic, structural upgrades

Jerry Dicker has invested in a lot of downtown Spokane real estate, but it’s the Bing Crosby Theater that he calls his “labor of love.” Since acquiring the Bing in …


Burgan’s transformation begins

Five years after buying the Burgan’s Furniture buildings on North Division Street in Spokane, developer Jerry Dicker has launched a multimillion-dollar project that will add 46 apartments and three retail …


Bing Crosby Theater getting state-of-the-art upgrades

Improvements to the Bing Crosby Theater are creating a buzz. Jerry Dicker purchased the downtown Spokane landmark 10 months ago and went to work.


Developer buys old CompUSA building

Spokane developer Jerry Dicker has added the former CompUSA building to his company’s roster of properties. Dicker, the principal manager of Spokane-based GVD Commercial Properties, is paying roughly $3 million …


GVD Commercial buys CompUSA building

Spokane developer Jerry Dicker has added the former CompUSA building to his company’s roster of downtown properties.


MAC board officers elected

The board that leads the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is under new leadership, but the fate of its recently terminated director remained unclear after a two-hour private board …


Interplayers theater group rescued by Dickers

The husband-and-wife team who acquired Spokane’s Bing Crosby Theater earlier this year has taken on one more Spokane arts group: Patty and Jerry Dicker said Friday they’ve bought out the …


New Bing owner promises to keep theater operating

With his purchase of the Bing Crosby Theater in downtown Spokane, businessman Jerry Dicker has solidified his standing as one of the city’s leading historic preservationists. On Wednesday, Dicker met …


Sapphire Lounge remodel set for completion in May

Jerry Dicker, owner of the Hotel Ruby, is partnering with Sante executive chef Jeremy Hansen to pack some pizzazz into a new downtown Spokane hangout and eatery, the Sapphire Lounge. …


Getting There: Hotel developer seeks stoplight near GU

Developer Jerry Dicker is teaming up with owners of the former Burgans Furniture store at Division Street and Boone Avenue to convert the 1918 structure into a three-story hotel with …


Spotlight: Local foundation has big plans for Bing collection

A Spokane foundation has purchased one of the three largest Bing Crosby photo/memorabilia collections in the world – about 5,000 pieces – with an idea toward a future museum in …


Spotlight: Hotel Ruby set to unveil Gendron’s musician portraits

Look, up in the sky, it’s …. art, looming 30 feet high in downtown Spokane. It’s a large-scale reproduction of local artist Ric Gendron’s portrait of country legend Hank Williams, …