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Couples smooch, show support for gay marriage

To show support for same-sex marriage about 10 couples scattered around River Park Square on Sunday for a flash mob kiss-in.

Kissing for marriage equality

In response to the city council’s decision to table the issue of same-sex marriage in Spokane, a group of activists have organized a flash mob kiss-in at Riverpark Square this weekend.

Whitworth exhibit highlights the King James Bible

The King James Bible’s 400-year history is on display at Whitworth University.

Exhibit to address LGBT issues in Spokane

Hundreds of stoles representing the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people of faith will soon bedeck Bethany Presbyterian Church.

BRIEF: Festive dinner and dance at St. John’s

On Saturday, The Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist will host a festive dinner and dance following the 5:30 p.m. Eucharist service.

Community urged to remember, teach the Holocaust

It ended almost seven decades ago and remaining survivors are few, which is why on Thursday the Spokane community paused to remember the horrors of the Holocaust and reflect upon the importance of educating students about it.

Gonzaga president eager to host Tutu, despite petition

Gonzaga University made national headlines last week after protestors submitted a petition to the school, claiming the institution had lost sight of its Catholic values by inviting Archbishop Desmond Tutu to speak at next month’s commencement, where he will be presented with an honorary Doctor of Laws degree.

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