Month: March 2017

NW Outdoors Offering Quality Used Outdoor Gear at New Spokane Store

For those of you with quality used outdoor recreation gear and apparel collecting dust in your garages, you now have an alternative to Craigslist and e-Bay right here in Spokane. And if you’re looking for great deals on gently used outdoor gear, NW Outdoors, a new outdoor gear consignment shop opening in the old Wintersport …

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The Sisterhood of Shred Comes to Spokane (March 30)

“The Sisterhood of Shred,” a documentary about a community of empowered female mountain bikers, is coming to Gonzaga’s Jundt Art Museum this Thursday, March 30. The film highlights the lives of a diverse group of women brought together by a common interest, and explores their dedication to what is traditionally a male-dominated sport. The event …

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Season Pass: Long-Time Ski Pass Holders Spread the Love

Many of the people who live, work, and raise their families in the Inland Northwest have been taking full advantage of the superb winter mountain conditions throughout the area for decades and were among the first people in line when the ski resorts began offering season passes. I had the opportunity to talk to a …

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Benjamin Powell: Documenting the Art of Nature

The buzz, clash, and commotion of Sherman Avenue in downtown Coeur d’Alene created a striking contrast to the tranquility that permeated the unpretentious interior of the Benjamin Powell Galleries. A couple men in casual business dress meandered among the alluring scenic prints of Powell’s inspiring photography. The photographer himself sat across from me in the …

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Photo of runner on bridge.

A Run in the ’Hoods: Browne’s Addition and Peaceful Valley

It’s a beautiful sunny Saturday morning as my wife Rachelle, 15-year-old son Evan, and I park near the roundabout at Pacific Avenue and Cannon Street in Spokane’s Browne’s Addition neighborhood. Although we live only a mile and a half away, it’s across the freeway and along a series of one-way streets, and we’ve spent very …

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