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Nina Culver

Nina Culver is a freelance journalist and North Idaho native who has called Spokane home for the last 30 years. She started working at The Spokesman-Review in 1995 as a work study intern while still a journalism student at Gonzaga University and stuck around for the next 22 years, covering everything from religion to crime. She has an adult daughter and two grandsons who keep her hopping and if she has any free time she likes to read.

Spokane library hosts Taiko drumming event for AAPI Heritage Month

Experience the mesmerizing beats of Spokane Taiko drum group during Asian American & Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander Heritage Month.

From Phone Book to Leadership: Liz Moore’s Journey with Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane

The phone book led Liz Moore to the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane decades ago when she was a teenager, and she’s now celebrating her 15th year as the executive director of the community organization.

The ‘Miraculous’ Journey of Creating and Sustaining ‘Behold Jesus,’ Now in its 26th Year

The 26th annual performance of Behold Jesus, a performance of Jesus’ life, will be held once again at the First Interstate Center for the Arts in downtown Spokane on April 13.

First Woman Executive Presbyter of INW Wins Distinguished Ministry Leadership Award

The Rev. Sheryl Kinder-Pyle, the executive presbyter of the Presbytery of the Inland Northwest, recently received Whitworth University’s Distinguished Ministry Leadership Award in recognition of her work leading one of the larger denominations in the region.

Spokane Jewish Film Festival Turns 20 This Year; Showing 17 Films

The 20th annual Spokane Jewish Film Festival is set to kick off Jan. 27 with an opening night gala featuring the film “Remembering Gene Wilder.”

Inland Northwest Coalition for the Liberation of Palestine Emerges Amid Ongoing Conflict

A group of local residents frustrated and horrified at what has been going on in Israel and the Gaza Strip over the last two months have banded together to create a new organization, the Inland Northwest Coalition for the Liberation of Palestine.

Spokane Fundraiser Brings Jewish, Palestinian Cuisine Together for Peace

Jewish and Palestinian food was on the menu Sunday at Feast World Kitchen in downtown Spokane to raise money for The Parents Circle, a joint Israeli-Palestinian organization that works to promote dialogue, tolerance, reconciliation and peace.

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