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Letter Writer Doesn’t Seem To Fathom Vedder’s Art

In response to your neophyte inkslinger, Sharma Shields (“Eddie Vedder Should Get a Life,” Our Generation, April 26) it’s obvious Sharma hasn’t caught Eddie’s drift. To my knowledge not a …


Greetings! The Art Of Letter-Writing Is Revived By The Simplicity Of Computer Commiunications

My brother wrote me a letter last week. It was a nice one. Long and full of details about his children, his job, his friends and his recent beermaking experiments. …


One Fan Remembers Kurt Cobain In A Letter

Dear Kurt, In a lot of ways it feels like it’s been more than a year since you left us. So much has happened. I want to tell you about …


‘Bible-Toting’ Students Were Lifesavers

Dear Our Generation, Last year I spent a semester at Ferris High School. It was a time of great change and emotional turmoil for me. As peer pressure began to …


Journey Of Faith Refugees Need Better Language Classes, Welfare Reform Letter To Spokane

Lidiya Yanusheva’s experience with American welfare convinces her the system needs reform. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Journey Of Faith Learning English As Frustrating As It Is Rewarding Letter To Spokane

Yelena Solodyankin helps Russian parents communicate with their children’s teachers at Audubon Elementary. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Journey Of Faith New Friends Help Ease Transition Letter To Spokane

Michael Avakimov is grateful for friends who help his family through hard times. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Journey Of Faith Overcoming Our Differences Letter To Spokane

Yuriy Perelekhov seeks greater understanding between Americans and Russians. Photo by Colin Mulvany/The Spokesman-Review


Letter From Anne Frank’s Father Found

A previously unpublicized letter by Anne Frank’s father has come to light, describing his own anguish and awe just after liberation from Auschwitz. The gut-wrenching letter by Otto Frank expresses …


Letters To The Editor

On the go: Spokane attorney Russell Van Camp