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Justin Felts

Justin Felts was born in Sandpoint, Idaho and has spent most of his life in the Pacific Northwest. Very fond of travelling, he has visited 20 U.S. states as well as four foreign countries. Currently majoring in Anthropology with minors in both Journalism and Religious Studies at Eastern Washington University, Justin spends his free time reading, playing video games, and dabbling in photography.

More than 3,000 take to Spokane streets for MLK Day

“We have a Dream!,” was the rally cry of those participating in the annual Martin Luther King Day Unity March in downtown Spokane on Monday.

One Heart Spokane continues to grow with additional location on Pacific Ave.

According to the website, One Heart is a collection of people and organizations who come together to overcome brokenness and poverty in Spokane.

Spokane’s Point Man Ministries focuses on vets

William Tecumseh Sherman once said “War is Hell.” If that’s true, then the transition back to civilian life after military service is a kind of purgatory. Finding one’s way out of Hell often requires a helping hand. Point Man International Ministries, which has an outpost in Spokane, has been offering that hand since 1984.

Where We Worship: SGI Spokane, Buddhism in action

Since Nov. 2013 the ringing of bells and chants of “Nam Myoho Renge Kyo” have rung out from the Soka Gakkai International (SGI) Spokane Buddhist Center, located at 1717 W 6th Ave in Spokane.

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