Vincent Allen Jul 30, 2014
Over the weekend volunteers stood outside the Spokane Buddhist Temple on Perry Street to invite guests to experience Japanese Buddhism, as the congregation celebrated the Obon Festival.
Annie May Brown Jul 30, 2014
I hear them cry.
I hear them yell.
I hear them say they’ll hurt them if they tell.
Tracy Simmons Jul 30, 2014
Croy, of Coeur d’Alene, considers himself a progressive Christian and leans on the writings of GK Chesterton, Paul Tillich, Martin Buber, Edward Schillebeeckx and John Shelby Spong.
Blaine Stum Jul 30, 2014
If you read the Spokesman-Review last week, you might have seen the alarming news that Spokane Transit Authority put the much needed remodel of the downtown bus plaza on hold.
Cathy Lynn Grossman Jul 29, 2014
Most Americans say the waves of children crossing into the United States from Central America are refugees fleeing danger at home.
Vincent Lachina Jul 29, 2014
Amid the war, the strife, the hate,
Beyond the death and suffering,
Tracy Simmons Jul 29, 2014
They’re quietly transforming the lives of the world’s poor, working with incarcerated women and their children in New York, serving the Dalit caste living in the slums of India and trying to educate Bangkok’s neediest children.