The Gaps Between Us
May 2018 Pages 58-61 Perspective is Everything;
Page 24 TALKING POINTS
March 2018 Page 58
While Adults Argue About Sex Ed Curriculum, Spokane Teens Are Left in The Dark
January 2018 PAGE 48
#ME TOO MOVEMENT
December 2017 issue Page 53-58
Violence & Youth … Is it inevitable?
Story on NAMI on page 48
Travel story about Leavenworth – Page 20
Immunizations … the mostly good news
Batterers With a Badge
Officer Involved Domestic Violence in Spokane
Homeless but not hopeless in Spokane
Dying Well ….
Page 111 April 2017
Practically a staycation … only a 2.5 hour drive from Spokane
March 2017 … page 20.
SUICIDE: Not a solution to any problem
November 2016 PAGE 97-99
Perpetuates Violence Against Women
It Takes a Village
Transgender health care
Transgender health care can be challenging but health care providers here have joined forces to meet their patients’ needs
On an early Wednesday evening in July, the seats at the Magic Lantern Theater on West Main were filled to near capacity with an exclusive audience of some of the best health care providers in Spokane—physicians, therapists, endocrinologists, midwives, speech therapists, OB-GYN docs, social workers, a urologist and even an electrologist.
The documentary screened that evening was called Finding Kim, which premiered at the Seattle International Film Festival in May 2016. The story chronicles that of Kim B., a Seattle transgender man, and his life-long struggle with gender issues. Assigned a female at birth and raised as girl, Kim B. endured a childhood of bullying, trauma and isolation, as well as drug addiction in later years. The documentary picks up after he makes the decision that he was meant to be a man and begins the female-to-male transformation process at age 50.
Modern Meets Huntsman Pages 78-92
Page 41 – Spokane’s Aerospace Museum Opens
Page 39 – Farm Chicks … The Happiest Show on Earth
Page 55 – Mid Century Marvel
For the Love of a Dog … Eric O’Grey & Peety
Page 57 – The House That Sharee Built
Page 84 – For the Love of a Dog