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Past articles by Doug:

Doug Clark: Pinball champ learned to play in Spokane

Raymond Davidson won the world pinball championship this summer in Denmark. → Read More

Doug Clark: Art Spirit Gallery has old-soul curator in 20-year-old Mason Miles

The 20th anniversary exhibition at Coeur d’Alene’s Art Spirit Gallery features the many exquisite pieces of art you’d expect, but also two surprises. → Read More

Doug Clark: MacKay Manufacturing a well-kept Spokane secret

Today’s tale proves you don’t always know as much as you think you know about the place where you grew up. → Read More

Doug Clark: A Reuben to end all Reubens

When you mouth off for a living, you occasionally must eat your words. → Read More

Clark: Spokane’s second day of summer was the perfect time to Tango

They say it takes two to tango. But Wednesday – the second day of summer – I swear I counted at least 10 adults who were dancing tango in the middle of the South Hill streets of Spokane. → Read More

Doug Clark: Tune up your fiddles and polish your flutes, because Street Music Week is around the corner.

It’s just three weeks away from Spokane’s 15th annual Street Music Week. The annual event always takes place during the noon hours of Monday through Friday. → Read More

Clarksville: A Jeep heard around the world and the man tasked with restoring it

The centerpiece of the greatest adventure story you’ve never heard rolled into Spokane on a recent clear Friday morning. The Jeep, a once-red 1966 CJ-5, now faded into the dusty rose color of an over-washed bandanna, sat perched on a flatbed trailer that Laurence Upton borrowed from a neighbor in order to haul it here from Yakima and show it to me. → Read More

Doug Clark: Spokane’s own End Times prepper turns inventions into profit

In these perilous days of malice and mayhem, does it really ever pay to leave the house without first pulling on a polo shirt that will stop a .44 magnum bullet at point blank range? → Read More

Clarksville: Northern Quest hit the jackpot with Spokane acting pair

Northern Quest’s clever ads are more like a long-running sitcom featuring local actors Mark Robbins and Brooke Stocker. → Read More

Doug Clark: An end to the Seattle roadtrip with St. Patrick impersonator Tom Keefe

Doug Clark’s weekend getaway to Seattle with St. Patrick impersonator Tom Keefe ends in a questionable staged kidnapping. → Read More

Doug Clark: The robots are coming for our jobs, even us newspeople

Columnist Doug Clark imagines what a robotic version of himself might be like. → Read More

Doug Clark: I prefer an armed Ozzie to an unarmed one

I all but coughed up my toast and coffee Sunday morning when I read about the sheriff having to give up his gat at the Arena Saturday night. We really are living in an age of nincompoops. → Read More

Doug Clark: I’m done with the winter of 2017. How about you?

Doug Clark asks, “How Freaking Fed Up with the Winter of 2017 Are You?” → Read More

Doug Clark: A new year, a new knee, and I’m ready to go

Doug Clark talks about his two-month absence for knee replacement surgery. → Read More

Doug Clark: Let’s all sing the Whitman College Blues

Whitman College’s new mascot – the Blues – evokes juke joints, not a mountain range, says Doug Clark. → Read More

Doug Clark: Time to round up a Presidential Press Posse

Doug Clark is looking for members of his 2016 Presidential Press Posse; do you think you have the right stuff? → Read More

Doug Clark: Clues and theories abound in mystery of the Navy pilot belt buckle

The mystery of the Doug Clark belt buckle has been solved – sort of. → Read More

Doug Clark: Impressive butterfly collection wings its way home to WSU

The last part of one of the state’s largest butterfly collections has been given to Washington State University. → Read More

Doug Clark: Keep eyes, nose alert for counterfeit WSU gear

Counterfeit t-shirts are the tip of the iceberg. Doug Clark rounds up other counterfeit WSU products. → Read More

Doug Clark: I’m no fighter pilot, but I do like a good belt buckle mystery

It’s not every day that some guy you’ve never met from the Mississippi Gulf Coast thinks you’re a fighter pilot. → Read More