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Atheist billboard creators should remember “Religion is the original theater”

Spokane has joined in the billboard wars. As Thomas J. Brown reported a few weeks back on SpokaneFAVS, our city is the latest in which an atheist group has purchased advertising to argue, among other things, that "Truth is real; God is imaginary."

Homeless find support on Facebook, Twitter

Here’s something everyone can “like": Social media fosters community, even for those who don’t have a home.

A new study finds social media like Twitter and Facebook tear down economic and geographic barriers to help homeless people connect to their families and support networks.

Life and Death in the Fishbowl: Celebrity Rehab

In four television seasons, four have died. There have been more than 40 patients who participated in the VH1 reality show, Celebrity Rehab.

Spokane’s religion wrap-up: Princess Bride, Experiencing God, Shakespeare, Gonzaga Prep and Agnostics

Remember Rob Reiner’s classic fairy tale, “The Princess Bride?” You can watch it for free under the stars on Sunday on the lawn of St. John’s Cathedral.

The cup runneth over for some, not all

Two main groups gathered for one purpose on Aug. 20 at Spokane City Hall. Supporters of the Spokane Guilds' School, and the homeless, packed the basement because of the Vehicle Interference (Panhandling) Ordinance that would prohibit all groups from collecting money on the streets of Spokane, city-wide.

Should Mitt Romney release all his tax return information?

Mitt Romney has released his 2010 tax returns in his White House campaign and, so far, a summary of last year’s tax information.

Romney says tax returns would publicize private Mormon tithing

Mitt Romney says in a new interview that one of the reasons he’s distressed about disclosing his tax returns is that everyone sees how much money he and his wife, Ann, have donated to his Mormon church, and that’s a number he wants to keep private.

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