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Around the remote: ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ a winner

Apparently it’s not enough that LeBron James rules the NBA – he also serves as an executive producer of “Survivor’s Remorse.” In Season 3, the show’s title gets literal as star point guard Cam Calloway (Jessie Usher) and his family cope with the fallout of a tragic accident involving Uncle Julius (Mike Epps).

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Beyonce’s latest album, “Lemonade,” surprised fans with its anger. (File Associated Press)

A kinder, gentler pop. What happened? 

When Beyonce released her album “Lemonade” this year, it took America by surprise, and not because it dropped unexpectedly on a Saturday evening or because it fueled speculation that the singer’s marriage was in trouble. It stood out because it was unapologetically angry.

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The Pixar film “Inside Out” will be screen as part of the Swim and a Movie program at the Northside and Southside aquatics centers. (Pixar / Associated Press)

10 Under $10: Entertainment on a budget

1. “Paintings by John Friel” Mondays-Fridays, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. continuing through Aug. 12, Washington State University, Fine Arts Gallery II, Pullman. Five large-scale paintings by WSU alumnus John Mathews Friel (1938-1971) in an exhibit of the late artist’s work are ...

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This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ben Affleck, left, and Henry Cavill in a scene from, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” (Warner Bros.)

Stream on Demand: Batman takes on Superman

What’s new for home viewing on video-on-demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, and other streaming services.Pay-Per-View / Video-On-Demand“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” pits the Dark Knight (Ben Affleck) against the Man of Steel (Henry Cavill) while Lex Luthor (Jesse Eisenberg) ...

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Chad Erpelding, Sister Cities: Kirkland, Emmerich  acrylic, digital print, and resin on panel  7.5”x7.5” (SR)

Gallery Glance: ‘You Are Here’ at Chase

“You Are Here” What: Chris Tyllia, Tricia Florence and Chad Eperdling use elements of mapmaking to create new territories. When: Continuing through Sept. 29, with opening reception from 5-8 p.m. Aug. 5. Hourss are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Mondays-Fridays. Where: Chase ...

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Music
Runaway June brings country harmonies to the Gorge 
Robert Ellis broadens his horizons - again - with latest record 
Millsap’s songs informed by Pentacostal upbringing 
Temple of the Dog to reunite, plans Seattle show 
On new CD, Cheyenne Jackson says ‘This is who I truly am’ 
Stage
CST’s ‘Music Man’ a delightful trip to River City 
Bing series offers a front-row view to world’s stage 
‘The Music Man’ set to march at Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre 
Modern merges fantasy, reality with ‘Man of La Mancha’ 
‘Not so famous’ Nate Bargatze brings act to the Bartlett 
Movies
Movie review: ‘Star Trek Beyond’ is a fun reboot that makes the little things count 
Stream on Demand: Batman takes on Superman 
Movie review: ‘Ab Fab’ makes a wickedly funny return 
Movie review: Latest ‘Ice Age’ disappoints 
Movie review: ‘Equals’ explores a world where emotions are outlawed 
Visual arts
Gallery Glance: ‘You Are Here’ at Chase 
From Poland and England, Bartosz Beda is an artist on the rise 
Bazaar vendor Teddi Cripps stitches up a lucrative business in leather 
Hobbyist captures invisible light of powwow dancers  
Little-known artists star in Coeur d’Alene’s biggest art show  
Books
Summer Stories: Post-Apocalyptic Power Couple  
Summer Stories: Wild Child 
Summer Stories: Backcountry  
Summer stories: ‘When to Play Dead’ 
Jenny Mollen shares more wacky stories in her new book 
Television
Around the remote: ‘Survivor’s Remorse’ a winner 
Disney Channel makes history with launch of Hispanic princess 
Around the remote: Chuck Barney’s TV picks for July 17-23 
Celebrity focus: Tracee Elis Ross of ‘black-ish’ remembered to call her mother about her Emmy nomination 
On new CD, Cheyenne Jackson says ‘This is who I truly am’ 
Dining
Great Northwest Wine: Stretch your taste buds with little-known red wines 
Northwest wine: Affordable red blends for summer fun 
On Tap: Spokane brings home medals from Washington Brewers Festival  
On Tap: Luminaria Building about to open the taps 
Old-World-style reds are focus at new Craftsman Cellars 
Family
Fete fido at South Hill celebration 
Summer reading opens doors to adventure 
History takes wing at Felt Field Neighbor Day celebration 
Civil War reignites - again - at Deep Creek 
Choir educates members, delights audiences 


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