After outgrowing the space of their food trucks, People's Waffle and Crepe Café Sisters have opened their own restaurants.
The Spokane Shakespeare Society presents two plays to unite the community through the arts. The outdoor performances create a safe, inviting environment for community members to gather.
New plant-based coffee and kitchen opens up, two blocks away from GU's campus. Roots Coffee Kitchen offers the community a place to meet with friends, study and grab a cup of morning joe.
The Spokane River offers the community ample activities, amazing scenery, and a place to connect with nature. The beauty of the river is being threatened by pollutants, and groups in Spokane have started to take action.
Finding a community without Greek life at a university can seem hard. Luckily, Gonzaga offers tons of opportunities to make connections.
North Bank in Riverfront Park has amped up the outdoor entertainment in downtown Spokane. With new Hooptown USA basketball courts, a skate park, the Ice Age Floods-themed playground, climbing structures and public facilities, Riverfront Park will greet and entertain the community.
Looking forward to a more optimistic semester than last, many Gonzaga students are eager to return to some of the simpler pre-pandemic joys of life, such as enjoying a COG meal with friends in the middle of a day of classes.
Tyler, The Creator's newest album CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST is a genre-bending masterpiece that shows his talent as a versatile artist.
Spokane offers plenty opportunities for delicious food and drink, outdoor activities and a fun night out. Here is a guide to making Spo-sum your best summer break yet!
Even though a bulk of the pandemic has passed, music enthusiasts are questioning if a COVID-19 friendly return of concerts and festivals is safe and ethical, while some festivals, like Coachella, continue to postpone.
Netflix's new documentary "Audrey: More Than An Icon" dives into Hepburn's personally story as well as her acting career.
Netflix's new series "Worn Stories," based off the best-selling novel by Emily Spivack, features various interviewees who share a personal story related to a clothing item in their closet.
Last year, all of our schedules looked a bit different than how we expected them to look. We hit campus to ask Zags what hobbies they picked up since last March.
Senior Josh Butorac's Oaties Oatmeal stand, ran out of his home in the Logan, aims to provide a Subway-esque oatmeal experience.
Forced to shut down for a large majority of the pandemic, Spokane theaters are finally received clearance to welcome movie-goers back to the big screen.
The Gonzaga Bulletin cookbook is back for another week, and what better way than to create a beautiful pizza for you and your friends.
As Zags muddle through yet another hybrid learning semester, motivation supply can run short. Here are some ways to stay motivated for Zoom classes.
Marvel Cinematic Universe released a new series "The Falcon and the Winter Soldier" which follow's Captain America's best friends Sam Wilson (the Falcon) and Bucky Barnes (the Winter Soldier).