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In The Dish this month, food editor Lorie Hutson visits Central Food, standing alone on the edge of the emerging Kendall Yards development where chef/owner David Blaine hopes casual, contemporary cuisine will draw customers into new territory. And, Pilgrim’s Natural Market introduces its new artisan hearth breads and baker Jim Hanson, who has more than 23 years experience making the hearty loaves. Also, find out why Dave and Dan made their wives jealous by going to Asia Restaurant on Spokane’s South Hill without them. Coming Wednesday in Food

Your fun




“The Trouble With Bliss”

In theaters

“Texas Chainsaw”

“The Impossible”

“Promised Land”


Today: If watching the ball drop isn’t your thing, maybe a “Twilight Zone” marathon will transport you into the new year. 8 a.m., Syfy.

Tuesday: Joel Grey narrates “Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy,” a look at the role of Jewish composers and lyricists in the modern American musical. 8:30 p.m., KSPS; 9:30 p.m., KCDT.

Wednesday: As Fin tries to vindicate his brother-in-law, who is accused of assaulting a priest, the detectives uncover a church scandal on “Law and Order: Special Victims Unit.” 9 p.m., NBC.

Thursday: The Gonzaga basketball team plays at Pepperdine. 6 p.m., NBC.

Friday: An unusual weapon links two murders on “CSI: NY.” 9 p.m., CBS.

Saturday: Jack White takes the stage at the Moody Theater for “Austin City Limits,” performing songs from his 2012 album “Blunderbuss.” 11 p.m., KSPS.

Sunday: The family and staff are preparing for Mary and Matthew’s wedding as Season 3 of “Downton Abbey” starts. 8 p.m., KSPS; 9 p.m., KCDT.

On stage

Ballet and Bubbly, today, Bing Crosby Theater

Beethoven’s Ninth, Spokane Symphony, today, Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox

Buckcherry, Wednesday, Knitting Factory

Around town

First Night Spokane, today, downtown Spokane

Puttin’ on the Ritz, today, Davenport Hotel

Wrangler Professional Bull Riding, Friday and Saturday, Spokane Arena