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THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2016

Looking ahead: Shows on the horizon

Looking ahead Unless otherwise noted, tickets are a vailable through TicketsWest (TW); Ticketmaster (TM); Ticketweb (TB); TicketFly (TF), Hold My Ticket (HMT), Northern Quest (NQ), Nashville North (NN, www.thenashvillenorth.com), the Bartlett (BT, www.thebartlettspokane.com), Festival at Sandpoint (FS, www.festivalatsandpoint.com). Prices do ...

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On Tap: Canned beer event expands as the market grows

When the Elk Public House started its Spo-Can festival five years ago, canned craft beer was still something of a novelty. “The availability of craft in cans was pretty limited,” said Marshall Powell, the Elk’s general manager. “It was a niche sort of thing.”

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10 Under $10

1. “The Crucible” Continues through June 5, Spokane Falls Community College, Spartan Theatre, 3410 W. Fort George Wright Drive. SFCC Drama presents Arthur Miller’s classic about the Salem witch trials in 1692, written as a commentary about the 1950s McCarthy ...

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Reenactors playing the role of Confederate soldiers fire their rifles at Union forces Saturday, May 25, 2013 at the Battle of Deep Creek, a Civil War event on Spokane's West Plains. (Jesse Tinsley / The Spokesman-Review)

Civil War reignites - again - at Deep Creek

The Battle of Deep Creek will bring in hundreds of soldiers and other participants, plus thousands of spectators, for the annual Civil War battle re-enactment this weekend on the West Plains. Camp opens at 9 a.m. Saturday through Monday, with ...

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7 Nights Out

Sasquatch Music Festival 2016 Florence & The Machine, The Cure, Disclosure, Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes, A$AP Rocky, Sufjan Stevens, M83, Grimes, and many, many, many other bands head to Central Washington for this annual four-day musical extravaganza. When: Where: Gorge ...

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On sale

Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday to see: Robert Ellis on July 28 at the Bartlett. Tickets are $10-$12 through the Bartlett.

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Magneto, portrayed by Michael Fassbender, appears in a scene from, “X-Men: Apocalypse.” (Twentieth Century Fox)

Movie review: ‘X-Men’ impressive, but lacks originality

By now it’s pretty obvious how the world’s screwed-up political scene is affecting Hollywood. The same kind of black-white, up-down, in-out, you’re-wrong-you-moron polarization that can be seen everywhere from the Spokane Valley to the European Union has now enveloped Hollywood. Nowhere, though, is that kind of polarization more on strident display than in the most recent trio of superhero blockbuster movies.

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Tilda Swinton, right, and Matthias Schoenaerts in a scene from "A Bigger Splash." (AP)

Movie review: ‘A Bigger Splash’ is a luscious, sexy, trouble-in-paradise flick

On one level – say, the deep end of a swimming pool in a villa on a volcanic isle – “A Bigger Splash” is the art film version of a houseguest-from-hell horror story. The loud, impossibly exuberant record producer Harry Hawkes (Ralph Fiennes) arrives uninvited to an idyllic Mediterranean retreat. The couple lolling there, skinny-dipping, lovemaking and dining on mouthwatering country cuisine – have been living in splendid isolation. That’s the setup for Luca Guadagnino’s sunbaked, slow-burning mystery.

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Mia Wasikowska appears in a scene from "Alice Through The Looking Glass." (Peter Mountain / AP)

Movie review: ‘Looking Glass’ is an uninspired trip back to Wonderland

When Tim Burton’s 2010 live-action version of “Alice in Wonderland” raked in a billion dollars there was no question that Disney would pounce on the opportunity for a sequel. Helpfully, Lewis Carroll did write a second book about Alice and her adventures in Wonderland, “Through the Looking-Glass,” but it proves to be only a suggestion for the film, which arrives this weekend, to a very diminished return.

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Redbox’s Top 10 DVD rentals

The Top 10 DVD rentals at Redbox kiosks for the week of May 16: 1. “The Revenant” 2. “Dirty Grandpa” 3. “The 5th Wave” 4. “The Witch” 5. “Sisters” 6. “Daddy’s Home” 7. “The Choice” 8. “Regression” 9. “Alvin and ...

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Too Many Cooks“Walking with Peety”

Eric O'Grey, the Spokane Valley man whose story about losing more than 100 pounds with the help of a shelter dog went viral earlier this year, has a book deal. ...

ClarksvilleMel McCuddin: The Art of Darkness

Inside a downtown gallery maybe two decades ago – that’s where I first got McCuddined. I recall strolling through the vast array of art when one canvas stopped me cold. ...

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