Jonathan Glover, SpokesmanReview

Jonathan Glover


Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jonathan:

Powered by Plants: Can Spokane’s plant-based scene be improved? Three experts weigh in

Pick a city, any city – as small and Spokane-like as London, Ontario, as big as Atlanta or New York – and pretty much without fail, you’ll find more interesting vegan options there than in Spokane. → Read More

Powered by Plants: Top five vegan meats to eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner

The strangest thing about being vegan in 2021 is how often you’re asked about the taste of meat. Not cow, nor chicken or pork. No – inquiring minds want to know your stance and preference. → Read More

Powered by Plants: It’s adapt or die for area restaurants, even vegan ones

Atania Gilmore knows a thing or two about redemption stories. In 2015, she left her high-paying job in program management and did what every person making money and enjoying weekends tells you not to do: She opened a restaurant. A vegan restaurant. In Spokane. → Read More

Powered by Plants: Have a case of the vegan on Thanksgiving? Try this at-home remedy

Have you ever found yourself staring longingly at an empty plate at Nana’s house? Has your stomach gurgled the whole night through heading into Black Friday? Did your Grandpa ask if you’re still not eating meat before setting a plate of chicken dumplings in your lap, not realizing that chicken is in fact meat? → Read More

Powered by Plants: Sit down and plant up – notable vegan restaurant offerings in Spokane

I have a confession: I haven’t been a good little capitalist lately. Especially when it comes to ordering food at sit-down restaurants. Call it frugality. Call it paranoia. Call it whatever you want – fact is, I was perfectly OK standing on the sidelines while others kept local restaurants afloat. → Read More

Powered by Plants: No bones about it – A meatless world might lessen impact of COVID-19; vegan Cuban sandwich recipe

Have you checked on your vegan friend lately? Try looking on cloud nine, just down the road from El Dorado, a few miles past the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Odds are, they’re still there – in paradise. Why? → Read More

How to avoid meat at Pig Out: Options for vegetarians and vegans

Don’t let the name ruin the fun: Pig out in the Park isn’t all about the pigs. Or the meats. In fact, in the food festival’s 40 years in Spokane, some might consider it decidedly vegetarian-friendly, with mounds of desserts, appetizers and all things deep fried, including mac and cheese. → Read More

Powered by Plants: Where to purchase plant-based products in Spokane

Like an 18th century sailor mapping out a series of Caribbean islands on a rum-running escapade, vegans and vegetarians will often ping-pong around a city bouncing from store to store in search of their preferred plant-based fix. A true first world problem. → Read More

‘It’s like time traveling’: Museum devoted to prolific photographers of Wallace history to open Sunday

The picture is so clear, the detail so crisp, you can easily count the wrinkles under his eyes. Especially the ones at the sides, fanning outward like tiny crow’s feet. → Read More

‘One of the most iconic houses in Wallace’ burns down

A historic home at 301 Cedar St. in Wallace, Idaho, burned down after catching fire Friday. → Read More

ZZ Top cancels Aug. 17 Northern Quest show, citing illness

Bad news, sharp dressed fans: ZZ Top won’t be playing in Spokane after all. Citing an illness to drummer Frank Beard, the trio announced Thursday that it’s bowing out of its scheduled Aug. 17 stop at Northern Quest Resort and Casino in Airway Heights. → Read More

Powered By Plants: Slicing vegan cheese, which ones are the best?

Like hundreds of thousands of Americans who’ve taken the plunge, I became vegan for animals and the environment, not my own health. In fact, in the year since – after a decade being vegetarian – I think I’ve gained weight. But I’ve also come to terms with my diet’s shortcomings. → Read More

Vegfest offers lifestyle inspiration

From the diverse cast of speakers and presenters, who shared plant-based recipes and tips for a vegan lifestyle – including a particularly fit and energetic vegan bodybuilder – to vendors selling plant-based food, products and apparel, Vegfest was all about change. → Read More

Family, police seek answers about the mysterious end of Richard Coffee’s complex life

Late Saturday, May 11 – a day before Mother’s Day – he departed the Walmart store on Colton Street in north Spokane headed somewhere. Perhaps headed home, or maybe to escape the spiral of depression and anxiety that typically follows the type of exchange he had minutes earlier. → Read More

Two people and a dog escape unharmed from Spokane Valley mobile home fire

Two people – and a dog – escaped unharmed from a raging mobile home fire Friday in Spokane Valley. → Read More

Do crime rates rise with homelessness in Spokane?

If history of crime is any indication, there were worse times to be a resident of Spokane. → Read More

SCRAPS asks for donations to care for 41 cats that were ‘living in decrepit conditions’

Nearly four dozen cats “living in decrepit conditions” were seized Monday afternoon by Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service workers from a home in Spokane Valley. → Read More

Murder charge dropped against woman accused in 2016 death of ex-boyfriend in Spokane Valley

The Spokane County Prosecutor’s Office has dismissed a charge of first-degree murder against 39-year-old Cristina Stiles, accused of killing her child’s father Cory Fowler inside his Spokane Valley apartment. → Read More

Donut Parade reopens and long line gobbles up the inventory

By 8:30 a.m. the doughnuts were gone. Over 1,000 sold in the span of about two hours. More, however, were in the oven. → Read More

Student suspected of threats against Lewis and Clark High School students is released again on bond

After a weekend in jail, 18-year-old Ryan Lee – the student accused three separate times of threatening to shoot students at Lewis and Clark High School – is again out of custody after posting a six-figure bond. → Read More