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Gifts for Procrastinators

click to enlarge Amid the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, it can be easy to push...

Gifts for People with Too Much Stuff

click to enlarge What do you get someone who says, "I don't need any gifts this year, I...

Entropy’s gallery wraps up the year with December show featuring five local artists

click to enlarge Erick Doxey photo The circular mezzanine overlooking Entropy's sales floor has hosted monthly...

Painter Benedicto Ixtamer shares scenes of life in Guatemala for Community Building exhibition

click to enlarge Courtesy photo Benedicto Ixtamer creates vibrant Guatemalan scenes. Using...

Holiday Guide: Dec. 1-7 highlights include the Wonder Market, Christmas Tree Elegance and more

click to enlarge Cross off everyone's name on your shopping list at the Winter Wonderland Market. ...

Annual YWCA Spokane program helps brighten the holiday season for local families in need

click to enlarge Each year, YWCA Spokane helps connect community members with families in need through its Hope for...

Two regional authors explore motherhood, mental health and patriarchal pressure in their new books

click to enlarge Fantasy allows us to escape the harshness of reality, either illuminating unseen truths or shrouding...

New documentary from Latinos en Spokane shares the often untold stories of local immigrants

   " class="uk-display-block uk-position-relative uk-visible-toggle"> click to enlarge "We've done a lot to protect immigrant families," says Latinos en...

Debra Magpie Earling’s new book tells a story of Sacajewea that challenges preconceived notions of her life

click to enlarge Little is known about Sacajewea's actual life. What's been pieced together from the...

The new, two-day Root Experience showcases BIPOC performers and filmmakers from across the greater Pacific Northwest

click to enlarge Featured Root Experience performers (from left) CarliAnn Forthun, Coaster and Olyvia Babinski. ...

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