Back when I lived in Seattle, I wrote for a blog called Jew-ish.com. My editor there, Leyna Krow, moved to Spokane in the fall of 2010 for graduate school. A few months later, she posted a brief essay titled “Feeling way too Jewish in Spokane."Read More »
On Aug. 9 at p.m. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church will host a free screening of "The Last Mountain."
This film tells the story of a small group of ordinary citizens trying to stop big coal corporations from continuing the practice of mountaintop removal mining.Read More »
On the morning of Aug. 11, 45 churches from across the Spokane area will participate in Serve Our City.
That morning volunteers from the participating churches will beautify the grounds of a nearby school by picking up trash, pulling weeds and other basic maintenance activities.Read More »
Spokane Bible Church will hold its 2012 Fall Bible Conference Sept. 23-26.
Keynote speakers will be Pastor Ralph Braun and Pastor Bruce Bumgardner.Read More »
A British voice echoes through a cathedral nave made of stone and mortar, topped with solid California redwood. The source of the voice is a lean, white haired man, pointing to a south window. He slides his glasses towards the bridge of his nose, describing every detail and color the stained glass creates.Read More »
A benefit concert wil be held at Bing Crosby Theater tonight at 7 p.m. to raise funds for Transitions for Women.
Transitions is a local organization working to end poverty and homelessness for women and children in Spokane.Read More »