Matt Rogers, Kjerstin Bell, and producer Robin Dich talk with Kent about the fun they have in the news studio. They share stories on pushups, how to be cool on TV, balancing work and home life, and the beauty of working together in the Pacific Northwest.
Meagan Garrett, from our Startup Spokane program, takes over for Kent to discuss a familiar topic of hers. Joined by Mike Payson, President of Spokane Valley Rotary Club; P.J Waters, President of Downtown Spokane Rotary Club; and Susie Greenwood, Executive Director of Downtown Spokane Rotary Club.
The topic is Rotary Day! Saturday, May 30 form 12-4pm, at Riverfront Park.
- Free prizes
- Live entertainment
- Fountain at full blast
- Ten Rotary Clubs
- Free Carousel Rides
Find more information at Spokane Area Rotary’s Facebook Page
Young and upcoming reporter Gabe Cohen—for KHQ—is the newest guest on Let’s Talks Spokane! Like the previous episode with Rick Overton, Kent looks to truly take a look behind the scenes of Gabe’s life, and talk get an idea of his perspective on Spokane.
Joining Kent on another episode of Let’s Talk Spokane is KHQ’s Ryan Overton! Ryan talks Kent through his journey, and how he arrived in the city of Spokane. Kent looks to pick the mind of one of Spokane’s favorite weather forecasters.
Cheryl Kilday, President & CEO of Visit Spokane, sat down to talk with Kent about:
- Spring & Summer outdoor activities such as Lilac Festival, Hoopfest, and Bobfest
- Impact of visitors to Spokane
- New ad-on to the Convention Center
- New Grand Hotel
Kent Adams kicks off his new program with Phil Champlin, the Executive Director at the HUB, talking about the HUB, and activities that the HUB offers. Some of the activities discussed are pickle ball, volleyball, summer camps, remote control airplanes, and others.
A few of the important events and programs discussed are:
- May Mania (May 15-16)
- Summer Camps
- the 4th annual DADS AND DUDES NIGHT on (May 29, 6-9pm)