It is well known the Internet has opened the doors to the amount of information available, literally, at the click of the mouse. With a few rapid-fire clicks, you can read about the latest political debate, switch to celebrity gossip and loop back around to international politics, with stops at every imaginable story along the […]
Remembering Artist/Sculptor Michael Alan Larson
We’ve all known those kids from school that never laid their pencil down. In class, study hall and when supposedly doing homework, they doodled. These are the earliest memories close friend Brandon McRae had of Michael Alan Larson, “Mike” to his closest friends. They met when attending a Spokane area junior […]
Women & Children’s Free Restaurant & Community Kitchen
There is no shortage of need for nutrition and from-scratch cooking education and classes in our community. Luckily, there are a number of community kitchens in Spokane that provide meals for low-income, homeless and disadvantaged people. All of them strive to produce healthy meals that not only fill […]
Anyone who’s been through a new construction or major remodel project knows windows are large budget items. The options seem endless and the pricing formidable, but windows can impact more than just the finished aesthetic. Your choices here will impact the energy efficiency of your home or office and, therefore, your monthly budget. They will […]
Top 25 Tips for Foot Care
By James J. Porter, DPM
Learn what foot type you have (low vs. high arch, pronated vs. supinated, flexible vs. rigid) and buy shoes at a reputable shoe store that can find the appropriate type of shoe for your feet.
It is very common for new mothers to have foot pain during […]
The Needs of Living at Home as Long as Possible
I remember ageism striking me right between the eyes, in Oaxaca, while I was climbing a pyramid at Monte Alban. Running, really. A silly sight from afar, trying to beat the veronica of the sun so I could get the “perfect” dusk shot with my Nikon.
Pickups are more popular the ever
Uniquely American, the pickup is the backbone of getting things done. After a slow start in 2015, truck sales shifted into high gear this summer and continue. With upward momentum in the U.S. economy, manufacturers are expanding their lineups, building more trucks and confirming how important the pickup is to […]
There’s a newcomer to the Manito Shopping Center. Though the team that brought you Downriver Grill and The Flying Goat are hardly newcomers to the Spokane restaurant scene, their new venture is called Republic Pi, but I’m tempted to nickname it Flying Goat South. Both restaurants are pizza focused, though there are only two menu […]
In a celebration of the greatest legal minds in the Spokane area, we are pleased to reveal the Top Lawyer 2015 list. Lawyers serve a great role in our lives, and here in Spokane we are proud of the great lawyers who better our community on a daily basis. What […]
“If you had a patient in need of a dentist, which dentist would you refer them to?”
This is the question we’ve asked thousands of dentists to help us determine who the topDentists™ should be. Dentists and specialists are asked to take into consideration years of experience, […]
They are the very first person you meet in this world.
Before being embraced in your mother’s loving arms, or snuggled within your father’s secure embrace, it is a doctor who welcomes you greets you on day one. That partnership – you and your doctor – continues throughout your life.
True, who the doctor is may change, […]
by Katie Collings Nichol, Sarah Hauge, Jennifer LaRue, Kathy Minnerly, Susan Joseph Nielsen, Jim Riggers and Blythe Thimsen
Let’s celebrate The Best of the City with our annual “Best Of” readers survey results! We’re writing about the Gold winners, and showcasing the Silver and Bronze winners in the over 120 categories shown below, but you, our […]