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Candace Cameron Bure exiting TV’s ‘The View’

Fri., Dec. 9, 2016, midnight

Candace Cameron Bure is leaving “The View,” saying she can no longer handle the bicoastal life made necessary by her acting career. (Jordan Strauss / Jordan Strauss/Invision)
There’s another departure on television’s “The View,” with Candace Cameron Bure saying she can no longer handle the bicoastal life made necessary by her acting career.

Film review: Deception drives Park’s wicked thriller ‘The Handmaiden’

Thu., Dec. 8, 2016, 5 p.m.

“The Handmaiden” is as twisty, venomous and sexually frank a film as we’ve come to expect from South Korean director Park Chan-wook, a tale of deceit and infidelity that’s something of a con itself. That’s not to say the movie cheats the audience as its complex, crafty plot unfolds; it’s tricky and wickedly funny in ways we don’t anticipate, and the less you know about it, the better.

Winter Glow moves to fairgrounds

Thu., Dec. 8, 2016, 10:30 a.m.

A lighted peacock, horse and flamingos, are seen from last year’s Winter Glow  in Riverfront Park. (Dan Pelle / The Spokesman-Review)
The annual holiday light show is moving to the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center after two years at Riverfront Park.

How Gael Garcia Bernal conducts himself as ‘Mozart’ maestro

Thu., Dec. 8, 2016, 10:19 a.m.

Gael Garcia Bernal in a scene from "Mozart in the Jungle." All 10 episodes of season three will be available on Amazon on Friday. (Christopher Rafael / AP)
With its premiere in 2014, “Mozart in the Jungle” found a brash, charismatic young conductor taking over the New York Symphony Orchestra. Art, ego and hanky-panky followed, both in and out of the orchestra pit. As Season 3 begins for this Amazon Prime comedy (all 10 episodes are available Friday), the orchestra is on strike, freeing Maestro Rodrigo to conduct the comeback performance of a legendary opera diva in Venice. In that exotic setting, voices will soar and sparks will fly.

SJO takes on jazzed up ‘Nutcracker’

Thu., Dec. 8, 2016, 10 a.m.

The Spokane Jazz Orchestra performs Saturday night at the Bing. (Hamilton Studios)
The Spokane Jazz Orchestra’s 42nd season continues this weekend with “A Christmas Celebration,” a concert at the Bing Crosby Theater that will showcase jazzy yuletide numbers designed to get you in the holiday spirit. Perhaps the most significant piece on the roster is Duke Ellington’s interpretation of P.I. Tchaikovsky’s famous “Nutcracker Suite,” a little-performed composition by an oft-performed composer.

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