Category Archives: Portrait

Rachel Nalley

Here’s are photos for the Inlander of Orlison Brewing Co. head brewer Rachel Nalley for a profile about her, at the brewery in Airway Heights, Wash. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/orlison-brewing-cos-rachel-nalley/Content?oid=4425688

Orlison Brewing Co.

Head Brewer Rachel Nalley poses for a photograph with a yet to be named Scotch ale at Orlison Brewing Co. in Airway Heights, Wash., Tuesday, June 6, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Orlison Brewing Co.

Head Brewer Rachel Nalley checks the temperature of water going into the lauter while brewing Shin Splints IPA at Orlison Brewing Co. in Airway Heights, Wash., Tuesday, June 6, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Arielle Anderson

Arielle Anderson

Arielle Anderson poses for a photograph with her 1994 Toyota Pickup in front of her house in Spokane, Wash., Monday, June 5, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Here’s a photo for the Inlander of Arielle Anderson for a story about how it is illegal to park a vehicle on the street in the city of Spokane for 24 continuous hours or more. Anderson was issued a warning in March for having her trucked parked in front of her house too long. Others have received tickets. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/ticketed-at-home/Content?oid=4337675

Suzan Marshall

Suzan Marshall

Suzan Marshall poses for a photograph above the Spokane River on the Centennial Trail in the Kendall Yards neighborhood of Spokane, Wash., Friday, June 2, 2017. The body of her husband John Marshall was recovered in the river on Jan. 26, 2016, a day after he went missing after going for a run from the nearby YMCA. Marshall was the chief surgeon at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The medical examiner has determined the cause of death to be drowning, an accident, but Suzan Marshall believes it may have been a homicide. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

In this photo for the Inlander’s story about controversial decisions made by Spokane County medical examiners, Suzan Marshall poses for a photograph above the Spokane River on the Centennial Trail in the Kendall Yards neighborhood of Spokane, Wash. The body of her husband John Marshall was recovered in the river on Jan. 26, 2016, a day after he went missing after going for a run from the nearby YMCA. Marshall was the chief surgeon at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center. The medical examiner has determined the cause of death to be drowning, an accident, but Suzan Marshall believes it may have been a homicide. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/the-dead-dont-liethe-dead-dont-lie/Content?oid=4337669

Vegetarian Grilling

Here are photos for the Inlander’s InHealth magazine for a story about vegetarian grilling. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/no-meat-no-problem/Content?oid=4276885

Jamie Aquino

Vegetarian and Plant Based Culinary Class Instructor Jamie Aquino adds cilantro and cabbage slaw while plating a Southwest Burger while demonstrating how to make the dish at The Kitchen Engine in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, May 14, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander/InHealth)

Jamie Aquino

A Southwest Burger is photographed at The Kitchen Engine in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, May 14, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander/InHealth)

Jamie Aquino

Grilled Cauliflower Medallions are photographed at The Kitchen Engine in Spokane, Wash., Sunday, May 14, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander/InHealth)

1899 House Bed & Breakfast

Here are photos for the Inlander’s Green Zone from the 1899 House Bed & Breakfast, a cannabis-friendly bed and breakfast in Spokane, Wash. The state legalized recreational cannabis in 2012. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/wake-and-bake/Content?oid=3872891

1899 House Bed & Breakfast

Owners Gillian Cranehahn, left, and Louie Flores III pose for a photograph in the living room at 1899 House Bed & Breakfast in Spokane, Wash., Thursday, April 6, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

1899 House Bed & Breakfast

The dining room is photographed at 1899 House Bed & Breakfast in Spokane, Wash., Thursday, April 6, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

1899 House Bed & Breakfast

The Dora Suite is photographed at 1899 House Bed & Breakfast in Spokane, Wash., Thursday, April 6, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Jerad Kynaston

Here are photos for the Inlander for a story about Jerad Kynaston, who faces life in prison if convicted for a medical marijuana grow operation arrest in 2011. He planned on pleading guilty but may have received a reprieve when federal prosecutors failed to disclose to his legal team previously unknown police reports and witness statements. https://www.inlander.com/Bloglander/archives/2017/05/19/why-a-spokane-valley-man-could-face-life-in-prison-for-pot-and-why-the-case-may-now-be-falling-apart

Jerad Kynaston

Jerad Kynaston poses for a photograph at the Thomas S. Foley United States Courthouse in Spokane, Wash., Monday, May 1, 2017. Kynaston faces life in prison for a winter 2011 medical marijuana grow operation raid by the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and the DEA in Newman Lake, Wash. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Jerad Kynaston

Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho Supervising Attorney Alison K. Guernsey speaks about a federal medical marijuana grow operation case against her client Jerad Kynaston, at the Federal Defenders of Eastern Washington and Idaho office in Spokane, Wash., Monday, May 1, 2017. Kynaston faces life in prison for a winter 2011 medical marijuana grow operation raid by the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office and the DEA in Newman Lake, Wash. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)

Carlyle Care Center

Here are a couple of photos for the Inlander for a story about the Carlyle Care Center in Spokane, Wash. being converted from a mental health assisted living facility to transitional housing for people being released from prison. https://www.inlander.com/spokane/uncertain-future/Content?oid=4036088

Carlyle Care Center

Pioneer Human Services Mental Health Therapist Ursula Heflick poses for a photograph at the Carlyle Care Center in Spokane, Wash., Friday, May 5, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander) Heflick, who works part-time at the Carlyle, says she’s standing up for residents.

Carlyle Care Center

Carlyle Care Center Director Brenda Graham speaks with Inlander Staff Writer Samantha Wohlfeil, not pictured, in second floor resident room at Carlyle Care Center in Spokane, Wash., Monday, May 8, 2017. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)