• CdA record store, The Long Ear, is moving ... but not far.
IN OTHER NEWS
• An autopsy for Dr. John Marshall, the VA surgeon whose body was found in the Spokane River last month, revealed injuries consistent with a long fall. (KXLY)
• The New York Times has been posting previously unpublished photos of African American history — including Sammy Davis Jr., Zora Neale Hurston, Harlem and the Brooklyn Dodgers.
• U.S. Air Forceairman arrested on the roof of a downtown apartment building won't face criminal charges. Public affairs office at Lackland Air Force Base told the Spokesman-Review the airman faced "additional action," the details of which weren't disclosed. (Spokesman-Review)
• Jason Hoy, the man who crashed into several cars downtown, and his wife, Kellie, are both accused of molesting two teenage girls on separate occasions. (Spokesman-Review)
• Manny Pacquiaolost his Nike sponsorship after calling people in gay relationships "worse than animals."