“Classics 6: Passion’s Pursuit,” which also features guest pianist Haochen Zhang, will be Saturday and Sunday at the Fox.
Ask the doctors advice column for Thursday, Feb. 14, 2019.
Gispert released “Sunlight Tonight” in November.
Spokane’s Go Red for Women Luncheon is scheduled Wednesday at the Spokane Convention Center.
What do Mudhoney, Robert F. Kennedy and a mountain in the Yukon have in common? As the documentary “Return to Mount Kennedy” points out, the answer is Bob Whittaker.
A New York Times report says seven women have claimed singer-songwriter Ryan Adams offered to help them with their music careers but then turned things sexual, and he sometimes became emotional and verbally abusive.
They are the A-listers who wow on the red carpet.
Surgeons can use far more than just your liver and kidneys these days.
The winter Lester Cup competition is in full swing, featuring five big bone-warming beers from Spokane breweries: Bellwether’s Remembrance Russian imperial stout (10.5 percent ABV), cellared several months in kegs for extra smoothness. Bellwether is at 2019 N. Monroe St.
Reservations are required. Seating is limited. Now’s the time to reserve a seat for the March 14 event.
Carolyn Hax advice column for Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019.
Dubbed the Last Supper, the four-course, Sunday night, vegetarian dinner started at the end of October and lasted until early February.
Presale passes will be available for purchase from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Thursday. General admission tickets go on sale Friday at 10 a.m.
Women’s participation in medical research studies continues to lag, creating a scientific data gap that has an impact on development of new medicines and treatment protocols, as well as accurate assessment of current treatments.
Young artists colored their hearts out for The Spokesman-Review’s annual Valentine’s Day Coloring Contest.
This time, “Death Day” has ambitions, posing questions that other slasher films wouldn’t touch. Is the self-absorbed Tree caught in a cycle of repetition so that she can become a better person? Or is she just collateral damage in some careless classmates’ ultimately meaningless science experiment?
Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2019.
No one can say the film is not a big swing – it truly goes for it, and does so with jaw-dropping vim and vigor. But does it connect? Somewhat. Second question – who is this massive $200 million blockbuster film for? It’s unclear, as the film is incredibly violent, with a main character that espouses a decidedly innocent worldview.
Tickets for the show, part of Dunham’s “Passively Aggressive” tour, go on sale Friday and start at $59.
If 2018 was the year that resurrected the romantic comedy, it was only a matter of time before the beloved genre was parodied by those who know it best.