June 25, 2012 in Features

Your week

 
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R. Kelly’s latest album, “Write Me Back,” hits shelves on Tuesday.
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Your food

Get a peek at the kitchen at the Inland Northwest Culinary Academy at Spokane Community College and learn how to cook from local chefs at the new INCA After Dark program. The new public cooking classes start this summer. Grapevine correspondent Michael Guilfoil introduces Deborah and David Hansen of Cougar Crest Winery, and local strawberries are coming into season.

For more food news and recipes, see Wednesday’s Food section.

Your fun

On CD (Tuesday)

Linkin Park, “Living Things”

Maroon 5, “Overexposed”

R. Kelly, “Write Me Back”

The Offspring, “Days Go By”

Little Feat, “Rooster Rag”

On DVD (Tuesday)

“The Artist”

“Mirror Mirror” - Fox

“21 Jump Street”

“Wrath of the Titans”

In theaters (Friday)

“Magic Mike”

“People Like Us”

“Ted”

“Madea’s Witness Protection”

On TV

Monday: On “MasterChef,” the top 14 whip up breakfast for hotel guests. 9 p.m., Fox.

Tuesday: Teri Hatcher guests as Jane’s MIA mom on “Jane by Design.” 9 p.m., ABC Family.

Wednesday: Henry Winkler returns to “Royal Pains” as Hank and Evan’s dad, with hopes of reuniting his sons. 9 p.m., USA.

Thursday: Mockumentary “Twenty Twelve” takes a comic look at the team planning the 2012 London Olympics. 8 p.m., BBC America.

Friday: “Mariachi High” follows a year in the life of a top-ranked high school mariachi ensemble from Texas. 9 p.m., KSPS.

Saturday: Jackson Galaxy brings his tabby-taming skills to New York on the season premiere of “My Cat From Hell.” 8 p.m., Animal Planet.

Sunday: The season premiere of “Weeds” has Nancy Botwin playing a soccer mom in the Connecticut suburbs. 10 p.m., Showtime.

On stage

“The Magic of Oz,” Thursday-Saturday, Lake City Playhouse

Brent Edstrom Trio, Friday, Manito Park

Sanny Eubanks, Sunday, Arbor Crest Winery

Around town

61st National Square Dance Convention, Monday through Saturday, Spokane Convention Center

Summer BBQ, Tuesday, Women and Children’s Free Restaurant and Community Kitchen

Hoopfest, Saturday and Sunday, downtown Spokane


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