Monthly Archives: July 2011

Spokane’s Japanese Garden II

The Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden in Spokane, WA, is not one of the largest Japanese gardens in the Pacific NW. Nor is it the oldest, but it is a uniquely pretty spot to while away an hour or so on a hot summer day. Continue reading

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Spokane’s Japanese Garden

The Nishinomiya Tsutakawa Japanese Garden in Spokane, WA, is not one of the largest Japanese gardens in the Pacific NW. Nor is it the oldest, but it is a uniquely pretty spot to while away an hour or so on a hot summer day. Continue reading

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Memaloose – Isle of the Dead

Victor Trevitt is the only white man buried on Memaloose Island, ancient burial ground of the Chinook Indians. Continue reading

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The Tempest at Lovejoy Fountain II – Meet the Cast

Welcome to the Portland Actors Ensemble’s 2011 summer production of The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Continue reading

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The Tempest at Lovejoy Fountain

Welcome to the 2011 Portland Actors Ensemble’s summer production of The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Continue reading

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