"The Whale" serves as a heartbreaking depiction of what religious trauma and spiritual abuse do to not only the people afflicted by them, but also what it does to their loved ones.Read More »
Indigenous Nonprofit Art Auction in Spokane Gives Native Artists a Space to Sell Artwork
Elk Soup, a Native American-owned nonprofit, held a Native Art Auction on Saturday at Gonzaga University’s Cataldo Hall to support Indigenous artists while raising funds for the nonprofit.Read More »
Gonzaga Center for Hate Studies Accepting Presentation Proposals for Conference
The Gonzaga Center for the Study of Hate is inviting people to share their work to counter hate and promote hope by submitting a proposal to present at the 7th International Conference on Hate Studies. The theme for proposals is “Challenges of hate in the 21st century.” The conference will be held from April 20 - 22, 2023.Read More »
Meet Andy. Observer. Musician. Columnist.
“No matter how badly we all disagree with each other on this planet, I think we should first mutually figure out how not to destroy ourselves, and then take it from there.,” Pope said. “Every column I have posted on FāVS has in some way been informed by my homeless experience. Homelessness has a way of changing one's life-priorities.”Read More »
Whitworth University to Hold Christmas Festival Concert this Month
The Whitworth University Music Department will present the 2022 Christmas Festival Concert “Nowell Sing We,” this weekend. The concert features Christmas music from the Whitworth Choir and the Forest Treble Choir under the direction of Xiaosha Lin, DMA, director of choral activities.Read More »
Meet Nick. Bible Enthusiast. Eastern Orthodox. Columnist.
During one of these Bible studies, someone suggested Damascus should attend one of the Coffee Talks hosted by SpokaneFāVS. He was moved by the diverse and interesting panelists, motivating him to get involved.Read More »