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Wednesday, January 29, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 31, 2019

Families, students can experience the symphony for free

Free is the word for the Spokane Symphony when it comes to families. Free concerts in the parks – three of them in the coming week – and free tickets …

Summer Guide: Things to do

There are many family friendly summer events in the Inland Northwest.

Oh what fun we’ll have: Keep kids occupied during winter break

The kids are on winter break. Looking for ways to keep them occupied? We’ve got options.

The 7: Go for the festivals, stay for the fun times

People from all over the region head to the Lake City for a day of shopping, wandering, eating, drinking and playing. If at some point in the day you find …

Downtown Spokane offers much more than just bars, nightclubs

A closer look at downtown will reveal a few out-of-the-box options for a night on the town.

Best-selling author Jack Weatherford to discuss Genghis Khan’s surprising approach to religious freedom at EWU event in Spokane

On Wednesday in downtown Spokane anthropologist and best-selling author Jack Weatherford will explain how the world’s greatest conquerer – Genghis Khan – used religious freedom as a way to rule …

101 things to do before the year ends

Sometimes the year seems to be zipping by so quickly you almost want to look for a referee and call “Time out!” But do not despair, 2014 still has plenty …

What’s happening

Riverfront Park Ice Palace Tuesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesdays-Thursdays, 7-8:30 p.m.; Fridays and Saturdays, 7-10 p.m., closed Mondays and holidays. Riverfront Park, 507 N. Howard St. $4.50/ages 13 and older, …

Lesser-known works open Northwest Bach Festival

The 35th Annual Northwest Bach Festival Orchestra and Choir, under the leadership of artistic director Gunther Schuller, opened this year’s festival Saturday with two relatively unknown but beautiful works: Cantata …

23rd Valleyfest attracts all types

Several indicators give Valleyfest organizers a hint as to how many people visit the annual three-day event. How much food did vendors sell? How many marched in the parade? How …

Store capitalizes on archery’s newfound status

The heroines of both “The Hunger Games” and “Brave” use a bow and arrow. Katniss Everdeen used it to find food for her family before she was thrust into the …

Minnehaha great place to hike, learn rock climbing techniques

Joy Clark, 6, made her way down the side of the rock face, rappelling slowly in spots and quicker in others. When she got closer to the ground, she slipped, …

Diners get slice of colorful aviation story at Skyway Cafe

While going out to breakfast is a typical weekend activity, the Skyway Cafe, 6105 E. Rutter Ave., offers customers a little bit of local history to go with their meal. …

Families explore geology at Livingstone’s Rock Ranch

Jenna Fonteyne, 10, showed off her finds after spending an hour digging in the dirt. “I thought it was just a plain old rock,” she said, surprised to find out …

Liberty Lake park a hidden treasure

Whether you are into camping, fishing, swimming in the lake, picnics or just enjoy sitting under a tree reading a book, you can do all of that at Liberty Lake …

Check out the Go Go Calendar to find out what’s hot this winter!

Here’s a list of some of the fun events going on this winter, check it out!

Washington Activity Guide Now Available

Montana State University will offer a paleontology program this summer at Egg Mountain. Photo by Bruce Selyem/Montana State University