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July 2016

The Inland Northwest sure is growing isn’t it?! We all see it, and we all have different opinions about it. One of the positives of the growth, in my opinion, is as the population grows so does the potential for new businesses to emerge and succeed.

If there's one thing Coeur d’Alene's always in need of its more good restaurants! Let’s be honest… Cd’A can be a bit of a food desert for those of us who appreciate true culinary creativity. Ya I know we're in Idaho, it's small, whatever whatever. Think about Sandpoint

On May 5th, I went to the Trump rally in Spokane, Washington. My goal was to try and understand Trump's crazed success. I planned on listening, observing, taking pictures and hopefully interview a few supporters and protesters. As I reached the rally a car drove by and

Many of us living in Coeur d'Alene have often wished we had more food options similar to home cooking. Small owner operated cafes offering creative, healthy, and convenient options. We do have a few; like Cafe Carambola (actually Soul Cafes neighbor), and The Garnet Café,

If you haven't been south of I90 on Spokane St in Post Falls, in the last six months, you're in for a surprise. Post Falls got a new brewery! A few locals; Dan Stokes, Alex Sylvain, and Steve Cervi-Skinner collaborated to add another local craft beer choice to the