Slideshows

SFCC PACE Has Got Talent 2

Spokane Fall's Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) program held its annual "PACE Has Got Talent: It's About

By Young Kwak

Spokane Falls Community College People Accessing Careers and Education (PACE) students, staff and parents stand on stage for the opening.
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Saturday Evening At Elkfest

Here's some scene as FolkInception and Down North performed Saturday, June 11, 2016, at Elkfest.

By Young Kwak

Folkinception performs.
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Scenes From Volume 2016

The 2016 edition of the Volume Music Festival featured 100 bands at 10 different venues in Spokane over two nights.

By Young Kwak

Summer in Siberia at nYne.
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Spokane Symphony + Terrain: Uncharted

On Friday, May 27, 2016, the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox hosted Uncharted, a collaboration between the Spokane Symphony

By Young Kwak

Spokane Symphony + Terrain: Uncharted
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Art for the Park

Artists Erin Mielcarek, Tiffany Patterson, Ellen Picken and Tom Quinn designed and painted murals at various intersections around Coeur d'Alene

By Young Kwak

Jesse Santos, left, Rebecca Adams paint "Ribbons", a mural designed by Ellen Picken, at the corner of W. 2nd Ave. and S. Spruce St.
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Meet Washington state's Karelian Bear Dogs

The six working dogs with Washington State Fish and Wildlife's Karelian Bear Dog Program work with their wildlife officer handlers

By Young Kwak, Chey Scott

Washington State Fish and Wildlife Officer Keith Kirsch holds his 1-year-old Karelian bear dog Jax as 3-year-old Malcolm Wetchel pets him before a 5K fun run/walk benefiting the program at Mirabeau Park, on May 7, 2016.
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Scenes From The 40th Annual Lilac Bloomsday Run

Spokane hosted the 40th annual Lilac Bloomsday Run on May 1, 2016.

By Young Kwak

Scenes From The 40th Annual Lilac Bloomsday Run
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Wichita Falls Nighthawks vs. Spokane Empire Indoor Football League Game

The Spokane Empire Indoor Football League home opener came down to the wire as the Wichita Falls Nighthawks almost won

By Young Kwak

Spokane Empire offensive specialist Trevor Kennedy (18) runs in the the go ahead two point conversion in front of Wichita Falls Nighthawks defensive back Danny Jackson (21) during the second half.
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On Safari 2016 Cat Show 1

Dozens of cats from many different breeds and their owners descended to the DoubleTree by Hilton Spokane City Center for

By Young Kwak

Gina Demmerly holds her 1 year and 3 month old Bengal cat Milo.
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Treasure! Preview Event

On Friday, Jan. 22, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture hosted a museum and Spokane Teachers Credit Union member

By Young Kwak

8 year old Adrian Fernandes pans for gold.
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Year In Review: Photos by Young Kwak

It was an honor to cover our region once again in 2015 for Inlander readers. Just as with every other

By Young Kwak

The Lilac Bloomsday Run is photographed, Sunday, May 3, 2015, in Spokane, Wash. (Young Kwak/Pacific Northwest Inlander)
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Spokane Fall Folk Festival

Spokane Community College hosted the 20th Annual Spokane Fall Folk Festival. The two day festival usually attracts around 5,000 visitors,

By Young Kwak

Crawdad Run's fiddler Kristi Hunker, left, and guitarist Jim Thomas rehearse in the hallway.
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Spokane Chinese Lantern Festival

The Washington State Chinese Lantern Festival features 31 displays and 3,000 pieces of lit Chinese lanterns, built and installed by Chinese

By Young Kwak

The Chinese wedding display is photographed at the Spokane Chinese Lantern Festival, Sunday, Sept. 20, 2015, in Spokane, Wash.
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Opening Couple Of Days At The Spokane County Interstate Fair

Late summer means it's time for the Spokane County Interstate Fair. Featured every year are a variety of competitions including

By Young Kwak

(Right to left) Joshua VanDouris, his wife Jamey and 9 year old daughter Skyler walk around near the rides.
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Future Frontiers Robotics Experience

As part of the second annual Think Big Festival, organizers opened their Future Frontiers Robotic Experience on Saturday to the

By Young Kwak

18 year old Robert Ludwig replaces a battery in "Gary", a robot that can lift and move boxes and created by the Kootenai Technical Education Center.
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Unity in the Community

Unity in the Community, which celebrates cultural diversity, was held at Riverfront Park on Saturday, August 15, 2015. Attendees, watched

By Young Kwak

12 year old Destiny Garcia, left, and Nessie Lehinger, center, look some bhakra, an herb that can be used for incense, as Safa Mohammed looks on at the Sudan booth.
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