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Women-owned tattoo shops in the Inland Northwest offer welcoming, inclusive spaces to get inked

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo (From left) Evelyne Schafer, Lyn Sweet, Jor Koffel, Sara Mortier,...

Art Salvage Spokane’s expansive new space allows for less waste and more creativity

click to enlarge Young Kwak photos The Art Salvage team, from left: Alayna Biersdorff, Katie Patterson...

Along with the MAC’s new exhibit, there are plenty of ways to reminisce about Expo ’74 this summer

click to enlarge Expo '74 came and went in just six months, but it left an enduring legacy...

Gals Need Pals is transforming the way women make friends as adults

click to enlarge Jennifer Debarros photo Kinley Schmidt (left) and Lauren Trivison. ...

Spokane celebrates 50 years since Expo ’74 with nine weeks of events

click to enlarge Madison Pearson photo The Expo 50th anniversary celebration will kickoff under the Pavilion...

Spokane Print Fest hosts a slate of community printmaking events throughout April

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo Local book artist Mel Antuna Hewitt partakes in Print Fest's...

Retired veteran Richard Weatherly has been making grandiose clocks for over 20 years

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo Richard Weatherly has made more than 250 intricate clocks. ...

Two local artists revive Spokane Sequential, a quarterly magazine of regional illustrators

Sunday mornings have long reigned supreme for one reason: the Sunday comics. Maybe your grandfather handed you the...

Balazs: A Trail

click to enlarge Whether you're walking through Riverfront Park, headed to the Yards for brunch or just driving...

Celebrate Black History Month in the Inland Northwest with these events

click to enlarge Erick Doxey photo See local musician Latrice Williams perform at Poetry Rising during...

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