Nostalgia Presents: “Chuck King’s Guide to Spokane History” Episode 2: The Crescent Department Store

“The Crescent is more than a list of addresses and general managers: It is a mural of faces and memories. It is the history of Spokane.” On Episode 2 of the King’s Guide, Chuck King delves into the spirit of The Crescent, and it’s profound Continue Reading

We Did It! The Taylor Sisters are Real-Life Rosie the Riveters from Spokane

The memories of Michael Harrington and Daniel Taylor, recorded and written by Garrin Hertel Above, Peggy, Patty, and Josephine Taylor left Spokane in three cars following the death of their brother in the Solomon Islands. The Taylor Family was on a mission to contribute to Continue Reading

Nostalgia Presents: “Chuck King’s Guide to Spokane History” Episode 1: The Riverfront Park Ice Skating Ribbon

Spokane Riverfront Park’s new Ice Ribbon has an intriguing history, and who better to tell it than Nostalgia Magazine’s own Chuck King? Everyone knows the area was transformed by Expo ’74, but did you know that it was once almost traded for some bacon? Watch our Continue Reading

Louis Davenport’s Italian Gardens: The Talk of the Town

By Nostalgia Magazine Staff Above, in 1922, Davenport’s Restaurant is remodeled, doubled in size, and re-opened as the Italian Gardens (Italian Renaissance architecture). Photo courtesy of the Davenport Hotel. Long before the Davenport Hotel had been conceived, the unassuming entrepreneur, Louis Davenport, opened a restaurant Continue Reading