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City Hall encampment protest

Protesters chained themselves together to block the clearing away of a homeless encampment in front of City Hall. No effort to clear the camp materialized Saturday.

77th anniversary of Pearl Harbor

Dozens gathered, including lone local survivor Ray Garland, at the Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena to remember the 77th anniversary of Pearl Harbor, Friday, Dec. 7, 2018.

The region’s last Pearl Harbor vet

Ray Garland, last remaining local survivor of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, was honored on Friday.

George H.W. Bush vignettes

Flag waving-crowds lined the tracks as a special funeral train carried the flag-draped body of former President George H.W. Bush to College Station, Texas, where he’ll be buried on the …

Texas bids Bush farewell

George H.W. Bush, who shaped history as America’s 41st president and patriarch of a family that occupied the White House for a dozen years, is going to his final rest …

Golden Globes nominations

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced its nominations for the 76th annual Gloden Globe Awards.

Dangerous by Design

Dangerous by Design

Funeral service for former President George H.W. Bush.

The funeral service for former President George H.W. Bush at the National Cathedral, Wednesday, Dec. 5, 2018.

Sculpture at Spokane Opera House

Sculpture at Spokane Opera House

Northwest Passages Book Club: Top Chef Meets the Instant Pot

The Northwest Passages Book Club hosted a holiday feast Wednesday, December 5, 2018 with chef Chad White and best-selling cookbook author Laurel Randolph. White, a former Top Chef contestant, teamed …

Instant Pot class with Laurel Randolph

Laurel Randolph demonstrates how to make her Creamy Spinach and Potato Soup with an Instant Pot, Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, at The Kitchen at Second Harvest.

Batch cooking at Jefferson Elementary

Jefferson Elementary School’s new kitchen uses batch cooking.

Discovery Channel documentary on Kyle Odom

Coeur d’Alene Police Sgt. Johann Schmitz is interviewed by Discovery Channel for a documentary about the Kyle Odom case. The documentary will be filming at Altar Church, the scene of …

Former President George H.W. Bush loved colorful socks

Houston’s mayor is urging residents to wear colorful socks as they honor George H.W. Bush during a tribute at City Hall in a nod to one of the former president’s …

Spokane astronaut Anne McClain blasts off to International Space Station

Three astronauts successfully blasted off Monday to the International Space Station from Kazakhstan, a perfect launch that follows October’s aborted mission.

Former President George H.W. Bush returns to capital to lie in state

George H.W. Bush came back to Washington for a final time Monday, heading for the Capitol to lie in state as the nation paid tribute to the 41st president for …

Then and now: Spokane’s rocky landscape

The Spokane area is in the very Northeast corner of a vast basalt field, where ancient lava petered out, leaving fields of rock and some islands of original grasslands.

Former President George H.W. Bush departure ceremony in Houston

The flag-draped casket of former President George H.W. Bush is carried by a joint services military honor guard to Special Air Mission 41 at Ellington Field during a departure ceremony …

Metallica in Spokane

Metallica performs in Spokane at the Spokane Arena, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2018.

Spokane HOPE’s annual Ho Ho HOPE Santa Breakfast

Spokane HOPE’s annual Ho Ho HOPE Santa Breakfast at Sinto Senior Center in Spokane on Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018.

HOPE School kids meet Santa

Around 50 kids, all of whom have hearing disabilities, met with Santa Saturday at the Sinto Senior Center.

Northwest Passages Book Club: Rick Steves

Travel author and TV host Rick Steves visits the Northwest Passages Book Club. Steves will be in conversation with Spokesman-Review Senior Editor Donna Wares about “Travel as a Political Act.”

Friends of the Pavillion Park holiday lighting contest

The Friends of the Pavillion Park are doing a holiday lighting contest for the first time this year as a fundraiser for their annual summer programs in the park, including …

Union Tavern

Palms were read there. Hair was cut there. Radios were rented there. Now, the 111-year-old “palmistry” building on East Sprague Avenue is slinging microbrews and fish and chips. This week, …

Shawn Vestal: On climate, we ignore Chapter 24 at our peril

Hotter, drier, smokier summers. More rain and less snow in the winters. Droughts, overflowing rivers and coastal surges. Sunburned apples and softer berries. More heat stroke and Lyme disease. Less …

Then and now: Blalock Building

Like many other plucky real estate people in Spokane, John Blalock was determined to start over after the fire of 1889. Right after the fire, he began construction on a …

Butch Cassidy house in Spokane

The house at the southwest corner of Providence Avenue and Monroe Street was once the home of William T. Phillips, a seemingly respectable local businessman – he was married with …

Bayview Shuttle

Wes Jones, is the captain of the Pend Oreille mail boat also called the Bayview Shuttle.

Small business Saturday

The unofficial holiday encourages shoppers to patronize their local economy.

Coeur d’Alene Christmas parade

Spiting the inclement weather, thousands turned out for Coeur d’Alene’s Lighting Ceremony Parade.