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It was a grim day on the Grapevine in Southern California as a protester set a car ablaze in the midst of midday traffic. The violent display of unrest came shortly after President Donald Trump signed into effect a bill that would increase taxes for registration on cars that were made before the year 2000. 189 more words

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Four Spokane Bartenders

Bon Bon Bar Manager Cabby Barnard with a Rosebud, Baby Bar owner Patty Tully with a Baby Tea, Boots Bakery & Lounge Bartender Avont Grant with a Havana Hangover and Garageland owner Shawn Heale with a Server on Acid, at Bon Bon in Spokane, WA. 80 more words

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Fifty years on... how the Wolverhampton community remembered Enoch Powell

It’s fifty years since Enoch Powell made his infamous ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech. Journalist LYNN BUTLER attended the ‘Rivers of Love’ rally held in the same room at the Burlington Hotel… 436 more words

Black Country

Travis Dickinson-Cochinito Taqueria

Owner Travis Dickinson at Cochinito Taqueria in Spokane, WA for the Inlander’s summer guide food section. Dickinson’s hosting a tequila and mezcal pairing dinner on June 22. 32 more words

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Eid Mubarak

6/15/18

Hello! I know I am a few days late but Eid Mubarak to all my Muslim friends and followers who observed the holiday.

I, and fellow interns were invited to celebrate Eid at the end of Ramadan. 373 more words

Nepal

So What?

This is a “So What?!” shot; a fallen tree with a boring railroad bridge in the background.  Well, whoopee-to-do.  Not so fast, my friends.

From a distance, this looks like any other railroad bridge crossing the Platte River, known to be a mile wide and a foot deep.  112 more words

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