Platinum June 2015

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Platinum LOOK



Grand Reveal Walt Worthy aims to top visitors’ expectations with Spokane’s newest luxury hotel.

8 Seconds of Summer

Hot-hot-hot color trends to keep your look cool. Page 9

Proud Peacock

Make over your space with vibrant colors and patterns. Page 4

Sleeping in Style Rustic luxury awaits Northwest campers. Page 8

Philanthropy SPOTLIGHT

Approximately 620 guests attended the Spokane Go Red for Women luncheon on Feb. 11. Featuring Olympic gold medalist and Pacific Northwest native Ariana Kukors as the keynote speaker, the annual event netted $145,000 to raise awareness of and fund research for women’s cardiac health.

The Northwest Bach Festival concluded Sunday, March 8, with a finale concert at St. John’s Cathedral in Spokane, featuring Guest Conductor Piotr Gajewski and soloists Awadagin Pratt, piano; Zuill Bailey, cello; and Soovin Kim, violin. The festival included a variety of performances to offer the gift of classical music to new audiences.

On April 2, the Spokane Public Library Foundation and the City of Spokane recognized 12 individuals, both living and deceased, for contributions to local life with the Spokane Citizen Hall of Fame. The event raised over $15,000 for the Spokane Public Library. Patricia “Patty” Hill, Miss Spokane Tribe, accepted a key to the City from Mayor David Condon on behalf of historic inductee Chief Spokan Garry, CA. 1811-1892.

honor great citizens

“The Spokane Citizen Hall of Fame allows us to who have had a on the city. Not only does it recognize the great work those citizens have done for their city but it also provides a venue for others to and be by them.” —Dr. Bernie Bank, President, Spokane Public Library Foundation Board of Directors

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Upcoming Events June 19 July 18

Evening of Elegance

Northwest Autism Center,

Art For the Animals: A Starry Night Celebration

River’s Wish Animal Sanctuary,

Sept. 13

11th Annual Cobra Polo Classic

Sept. 18

Dirty Martinis for Clean Water

Sept. 20

Appetite for Conservation

Ronald McDonald House Charities of Spokane, Spokane Riverkeeper, Inland Northwest Land Trust,

Page Ahead Natural Elevations

Optimal outdoor spaces blend interrelated systems—water, climate, soil, infrastructure, vegetation, animals, history— for a pleasing and beautiful result. Page 3

A Grand Opening

The Davenport Collection adds a fourth hotel and new possibilities for downtown Spokane. Page 6

Wear It Out - Black is In How to style an all-black ensemble and stay cool this summer. Page 10

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The Joy of Cooking Outside Proud Peacock Behind the Book Jacket Young at Art Sleeping in Style Mastering the Grill 8 Seconds of Summer Solar Flair Modern Workout

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Publisher William Stacey Cowles III Director, Sales & Marketing Kathleen Coleman Art Director Anne Potter Designer Susan Glasgow Contributors Joe Butler Theresa Carpine Advertising Sarah Little




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STONEWORK is an obvious choice when landscaping a sloped yard. Plus, leveled yards are much easier to maintain—no awkward mowing— and stonework creates distinct areas for gardening, walking and most importantly, relaxing.


Gentle rushing WATER…white noise drowning out life’s troubles…your own backyard oasis. Add a waterfall to a pool to create a calm space... at least, until the kids start playing mermaid lagoon.


With an outdoor FIRE pit, you can enjoy your beautiful backyard well past the prime of summer, especially when coupled with a pergola to provide cover from the rain.

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BARRISTERWINERY.COM One of the best parts of barbecuing is enjoying your outdoor space. But everything that has to be done inside can be a drag. When designing your outdoor kitchen, consider these elements to get the most enjoyment out of your yard.


Faucet & Sink

Not only are chilled beverages and Popsicles always on hand, but an outdoor fridge can be consistently stocked with lunch items and produce for quick, healthy meals. Plus, a lock to keep unruly rodents—or neighbors—out of your stash!

A faucet and sink is an absolute must if you’re preparing food outside. Choose a material that will withstand a blistering summer as well as a frigid winter, such as stainless steel, which happens to look great with a shiny grill.

Hybrid Grill

Storage Space

You don’t have to choose between gas, wood or charcoal anymore when you outfit your patio with a hybrid grill. Prepare a wood-fired pizza on one side of your grill while roasting vegetables with propane on the other.

Build enough shelves and drawers to keep your kitchen fully operational without raiding your inside dishes. If you’re going the disposable route, try compostable plates, cups and utensils that can be discarded with food waste.

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S PAC E Enhance your summer space with bold colors and texture.

Warm gold hues look great, and so luxurious, with rich blue-greens. Showcase gold items throughout a room for a smart sense of style.

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Summer Reading List

BEHIND THE BOOK JACKET What’s your ideal summer reading material? The answer is as diverse as summer readers themselves. Some enjoy something lightweight, others may prefer to dive into something a little meatier. Whatever your taste, the following books will definitely be among this summer’s hottest reads. THE QUARTET: ORCHESTRATING THE SECOND AMERICAN REVOLUTION Our collective knowledge of America’s earliest days often is just the highlight reel: dumped tea, stoic river crossings and (mostly) legallybinding documents. But Joseph Ellis shares the post-victory personal and political turmoil our Founding Fathers faced when the dust settled. Published May 12, 2015, by Knopf

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GO SET A WATCHMAN Great things come to those who wait, especially if you ever wanted to read more from Harper Lee, author of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” A recently discovered manuscript she wrote prior to “Mockingbird” is set 30 years after the events of the classic first book. Publishing July 14, 2015, by Harper

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN Let’s pull that brake before you start rolling your eyes about yet another murder mystery set on a train. This piece by Paula Hawkins about a crime a woman thinks she may or may not have seen on her morning commute is quite fast-moving. Published Jan. 13, 2015, by Riverhead Books

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GOD HELP THE CHILD Talk about great buzz: this summer release by celebrated author Toni Morrison is already being called the best book you’ll read this year. The subject matter — how we cope as adults with childhood trauma — is poignant and passionate. Published April 21, 2015, by Knopf

CITY BY CITY: DISPATCHES FROM THE AMERICAN METROPOLIS Statistically-speaking, demographic info can be downright dull to anyone except for pure numbers people. But Keith Gessen and Stephen Squibb are able to make pure data downright interesting by using it to paint portraits of urban life. Published May 12, 2015, by n + 1/FSG





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Imagine tropical waters without going totally nautical. That’s the feeling you want in a summer living space. Vibrant teal makes a “look at me” statement that’s still fun and inviting.

YO Beginning an art collection shouldn’t be intimidating, and local gallery owners want first-time buyers to know it.



This year, The Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d’Alene launched the Young Patrons Club to reverse perceptions by Millennials that they do not know what ‘good art’ is and can’t afford it.


heart can beat with bricks and strings; my artpop could mean anything” —Lady Gaga

“We create a comfortable environment with their peers…and beers,” said gallery employee Blair Williams, so young people can learn about different kinds of art.


Gallery owner Steve Gibbs added, “Art can be anything that enhances the quality of your life, that has an impact on you. When you see it in your home, it inspires you.”


The Art Spirit Gallery also provides patrons with options for timed payment.

Don’t worry about matching pillows and rugs exactly. Instead, add more texture by balancing geometric patterns with floral, organic designs.

Another unique program for new investors is the Northwest Museum of Art and Culture’s Art @ Work (and Home) program, which rents art for as low as $90 and up to $165 for a threemonth period. “Sometimes the many different choices of artwork can be overwhelming,” said program manager Tammy Gabbert, right. As an art consultant, Gabbert presents options best-suited to create balance and unity in a potential buyer’s space. Participants can try out a piece in their home or workplace, then apply a portion of the rental price toward a purchase, with discounts for MAC members. There is also an option to continue to rent and change art every three months.

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ART EVENTS Downtown Spokane First Friday — Monthly except October

Coeur d’Alene 2nd Friday Art Walk — April-December

Art on the Green at North Idaho College — July 31-Aug. 2

Coeur d’Alene Artists Studio Tour — Sept.12-13

Little Spokane River Artist Studio Tour — Sept. 26

Create Spokane Arts Month — Oct. 2-31

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The new hotel dominating Spokane’s skyline isn’t just going to be great – it’s going to be GRAND.

That adjective perfectly describes the fourth hotel in the Davenport Collection: The Davenport Grand, which opens JUNE 20 this summer.

When creating The Grand, owner Walt Worthy had the practical goal of creating more rooms for Spokane visitors – but his second goal may be the best: to wow everyone who sets foot inside. This can be seen from the small touches like walk-in showers and marble counters in the bathrooms to custom-made furniture.

Guests expecting the elegance and class of the Historical Davenport Hotel, the Davenport Tower and the Davenport Hotel Lusso will get it—and then some.


• A total of 716 non-smoking guest rooms and 40 suites, ranging in size from 452 to 3,000 square feet, with one or two king beds and 55-inch LED HDTVs.

• More than 64,000 square feet of meeting space, including an 18,000 square foot ballroom.

• Skywalks that easily connect to the Spokane Convention Center and the INB Performing Arts Center. • Fine-dining options at The Grand Restaurant and Lounge, followed by cocktails at the Grand Terrace Bar, or a pick-me-up at a lobby Starbucks.

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Glamping is to camping as Sunday brunch is to Sunday buffet. Both offer tasty treats and provide excellent ways to socialize while noshing. And not that there’s anything wrong with the buffet experience, but brunch brings a certain classiness and elegance in terms of the setting and quality. So think of glamping as a fancy way to enjoy nature – instead of being crammed into a cramped, musty, dusty tent, you sleep on a soft bed inside a spacious and sturdier tent. Meals are cooked by a gourmet chef and you don’t have to worry about clean-up. You’ll still be near nature, but not nearly as near as fellow campers who strangely equate “roughing it” with “good times.”

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River Dance Lodge Clear your head with a trip to Idaho’s Clearwater River and a stay that promises “rustic luxury.” Guests stay in classy cabins or elegant king-sized wall tents, and have easy access to outdoor recreation – or to opt for absolutely nothing except a soak in the private hot tub.

Huckleberry Tent and Breakfast This location near Sandpoint combines outdoor living with a fancy B&B, featuring a fully-furnished tent cabin with a wood-burning stove for cool nights or screened walls for warmer evenings.

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The season’s dominant color for women, Aquamarine reflects a cool, dreamy attitude with flowing, maxi dresses and modern floral prints.

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Energetic Tangerine brightens up neutrals as an accent color, or Tangerine Boutique steals the spotlight in bold patterns.

Brighter than mint hues of past years, Lucite Green balances the natural and the fantastical colors of summer.

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As the name implies, Classic Blue never goes out of style and unites this season’s palette with a bold color.

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WEAR IT out:

Black is IN

“All black attire can look a bit heavy for summer. To pull off this look, choose light weight fabrics (think silk or cotton) and fitted silhouettes. A textured tank with cropped pants and heels is a super chic summer look that can easily take you from the office (add a simple blazer) to a night out with the girls (add a martini).” ~ Melissa Persling


A fun berry red lip color can keep a black ensemble from looking somber. Lips will also stay supple and smooth with a moisture-rich matte. Lip Queen Velvet Rope Collection, $50, available at The Make-up Studio


Black on black can be boring and flat. Wear a dual material top that adds depth to your look. Lanston Black Leather Trim Tank, $80, available at Tangerine


Sport a statement piece, like a bold metallic cuff, or add a pop of color with funky neon clutch or a coral mani. Hoss Sequined Cuff, $104, available at Tangerine


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