The Donut Parade has been in the Spokane community since 1968, but closed in December of 2016 and finally returned this year in March.
Rylan Virnig, Rachel Gowen and Katrina Baber will be performing in the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra. The Three competed for their solo positions earlier in the semester.
Cole's Bakery not only has an inviting atmosphere, but a large variety of dairy-free, vegan and keto options and everything is made completely gluten and peanut-free.
Not everyone prepares for finals the same way — not everyone prepares for finals. Either way, we've got some words of reassurance and relaxation tips to keep you sane this next week.
The 2019 Senior Art Showcase will be on display until May 10 at the Richmond Art Collective at 228W. Sprague Avenue in downtown Spokane. This showcase features the art of all six seniors.
In Spokane there are only a few places to buy records and many people don’t really know of them, even if they are into collecting vinyl. Total Trash Records and Vintage, on 1601 W. Pacific Ave., is one record store worth checking out.
A feature on Integrated Media and Art professor, Matt McCormick. In his first year, he is already working to create a student film festival and the film program at Gonzaga hoping to better support lovers of film amongst the student body.
No one likes a music festival phony, and as the season of over-priced tickets and exposed everything comes into swing, here are just a few people at music festivals we advise you watch out for.
We live in a world that functions by label first and asking questions later. We read Rotten Tomatoes and let it influence our opinions. We trust reviews as if they were the words spoken by a priest and not by a team of film critics.It can be hard to discern what is good from what is bad and …
If you are someone with dietary restrictions, allergies, vegan, or are just simply a picky eater, it can be hard finding restaurants and bakeries in Spokane that are accommodating. Luckily in the last couple years or so, many restaurants have been popping up in the community with modified me…
The staff’s lighthearted and friendly disposition only adds to the flavor of Skaife’s creations, causing patrons to root for the small business owner. Perhaps Skaife’s second time’s a charm, and will enable “world domination one bun at a time.”
Zags haven't seen the sun in AGES. Now, with the weather warming up and the snow slowly melting away, zags are more than ready to start shedding their winter coats.
A lot of the diets that are taking over social media can seem like the trendy thing to do, but one must consider their personal health first.
Spokane is changing. People are reclaiming what it means to live and thrive in the Lilac City. Among its historical backdrop; entrepreneurs, artists and activists are reinventing Spokane, and its image to the rest of the country.
The common college epidemic has hit hard amongst GU seniors this spring. Need proof? We’ve got the (lack of) quotes that perfectly describe the disease.
Igor and Iryna Anisimov opened Cedar Coffee at 701 N. Monroe St. after Couer Coffeehouse closed. They bring their Ukrainian roots to the shop and serve only organic coffee, milk and syrups — which are made in-house.
As the audience filled up the chairs of the Fox Theatre, The Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra tuned their instruments and prepared to play their last concert in the facility.
The Art Department Faculty Exhibition shares the work from four members of the Gonzaga art department, Matt McCormick, Mat Rude, Mary Farrell and Laura Truitt. The faculty all specialize in different mediums.
Today at 5 p.m., artist Erika Osborne will give a presentation titled, “Visual Reflection on Nature and Culture” as part of Gonzaga’s Kreielsheimer Visiting Artist series.
Sarah Neupert and her husband created a cafe with a fun and kitschy aesthetic. It is a place centered around cycling and a place to bring everyone together.
On Monday, the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra will be performing its third concert of the season after unexpected setback from construction. This concert will also be a different experience for the audience compared to recent GU Symphony Orchestra programs with the collaboration being with CWU.
It’s time to turn your idea of tacos in Spokane upside down and put a twist in your taco Tuesday with some of the best taco destinations in Spokane
Spokane's hottest new cafe has found its home on First Ave. Don't let the trek through downtown deter you — the cup of joe is worth it in the end.
Once upon a time, in a land full of college applications, a bunch of gen x-ers (who at the time thought they were millennials because they didn’t know how to do simple math) made a decision. A decision that many believed to be drug-fueled − to trade the ever present blue skies for their firs…
Love Your Body Week is an annual event at Gonzaga hosted by the dance program. It's goal is to help students and community members to have a healthy relationship with their own body.
Zags marry Zags should be the next sticker plastered on Hydro flasks on campus. This Valentines Day, read up on a few of the successful marriages from the 5,608 alumni married couples that GU has produced.
Lastt Thursday, Hippie Sabotage performed at the Knitting Factory in Spokane. Two brothers Kevin and Jeff Saurer, born and raised in Sacramento, gave a high-energy performance for the books.
Giant Nerd Books might just be the third iconic Spokane small business along with Atticus and Boo Radley's. GNB offers a distinctive collection of used books and art that represents Spokane.
Just in time for Valentines Day, we at the Bulletin present a wine-lover's guide to the best wine bars in Spokane. Among the best shops are Nectar Wine and Beer, LeftBank Wine Bar and Vino! A Wine Shop.
Tucked into the Garland District of Spokane are restaurants, thrift stores and a movie theater that take you back in time. The charm of the area will bring a smile to anyone's face.
A review of The Spokane Comedy Club downtown, featuring a show with headliner Adam Ray when he visited Spokane the third weekend of January.