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Shooting for that shingles shot

People who are 50 and older can ask their health care providers or pharmacies about the newer shingles vaccine Shingrix, despite lingering supply delays. If you’ve had chicken pox, you …

People’s Pharmacy: Getting off Effexor proves challenging

People’s Pharmacy advice column for Thursday, March 21, 2019.

Stream On Demand: ‘Into the Spider-Verse’ spins Spider-Man into alternate dimensions

What’s new for home viewing on Video on Demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services.

Review: ‘Gloria Bell’ is a different kind of rom-com

Not much happens in “Gloria Bell” other than someone staking her claim to joy. It’s a quiet little movie that speaks the truth like a clarion call.

Review: A film as good-looking as ‘Ruben Brandt, Collector’ should be more fun than it is

The feature debut of gifted Hungarian animator Milorad Krstic, “Ruben Brandt, Collector” is a wild, inventive ride through the unconscious, by way of Art History 101 and An Introduction to …

Review: Death becomes fodder in a dark – but gently funny – buddy flick ‘To Dust’

In the course of Shmuel’s search for closure and solace after his wife’s death, he talks to various people he considers experts: a mortician, a coffin salesman, a rabbi. (If …

Review: Engaging narco-thriller ‘Birds of Passage’ has ruffled some feathers

“Birds of Passage” – whose title refers both to the planes used to ferry drugs out of Colombia and to the role of actual birds in the symbolic life of …

Miss Manners: Brothers’ birthday party begs for host’s clarification

Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, March 20, 2019.

‘Savor It’ brings Spokane’s Kelsey Cook back to Spokane Comedy Club

Almost exactly a year ago, Spokane’s Kelsey Cook was headlining the Spokane Comedy Club fresh off her debut appearance on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and just a couple …

Dear Annie: Petulant partner

Dear Annie advice column for Thursday, March 21, 2019.

Dorothy Dean presents: Crispy waffles that don’t require a reservation for breakfast

This recipe creates the ultimate waffle, and there’s two reasons why: cornstarch and whipped egg white.

Coeur d’Alene Casino celebrates new event center with 2019 concert series

Country singer Cole Swindell will mark the opening of the new event center on May 3.

Through Fire, Chromeo, L7, Nahko and Medicine for the People, A Tribe Called Red coming to Spokane

Tickets for all five shows go on sale Friday and will be available through Ticketweb, by calling (866) 468-7623 or at

Carolyn Hax: No trust for backstabbing mother-in-law

Carolyn Hax advice column for Wednesday,

Dear Annie: Volunteers need help

Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, March 19, 2019.

Bernie Torme, guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, dead at 66

Bernie Torme, a guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, died a day before his 67th birthday, according to his drummer.

Ask the doctors: Increasing exercise – even in small ways – is necessary

Ask the doctors advice column for Tuesday, March 19, 2019.

Deafheaven and Baroness bring new music to the Knit

The bands will perform at the Knitting Factory on Sunday.

This made-in-minutes microwave lemon curd is a total game-changer

You can cook just about any citrus curd in the microwave in mere minutes. It is so easy and effortless, chances are you will never buy a jar again. Best …

Ask Dr. Universe: Why do gadgets need batteries? How do they work?

To find out how batteries work, I decided to visit my friend and materials engineer Min-Kyu Song. He makes batteries in his lab at Washington State University.

Rüt takes root in former Picabu Bistro location

New restaurant, pronounced “root,” will offer vegetarian and vegan fare aimed at all.

In this ginger-miso sheet pan dinner, chicken and pears make an unlikely duo

In this sheet-pan recipe, bone-in chicken breasts and wedges of fresh pears are roasted side by side until and the chicken is tender and juicy, and the pears are softened …

Theater review: In ‘True West,’ Lake City Playhouse finds the perfect cast to tell Shepard’s tale

Directed by Brooke Wood, “True West” embarks as a modest character study but ends as a jarring exploration of a dark and uniquely American comedy.

Northwest Wine: Explore Washington’s newest shared wine region

There’s a rich history of grape growing and winemaking in the Lewis-Clark Valley that can be traced back to 1872. Alas, history was all that was left in the wake …

Dear Annie: Sisterly drama

Dear Annie advice column for Monday, March 18, 2019.

Lake Street Dive to perform at the Festival at Sandpoint on Aug. 8

Lake Street Dive will be joined by Darlingside at this show, which coincides with BrewFest.

Miss Manners: Age is a subject better left unmentioned

Miss Manners advice column for Monday, March 18, 2019.

Spokane’s Michael Glatzmaier to record album at Spokane Comedy Club

Although he often incorporates written material into his sets, Glatzmaier has become known for his ability to improvise comedic songs based on audience suggestions.

Dick Dale, ‘King of Surf Guitar,’ dead at 81

Dick Dale, the man who earned the title King of the Surf Guitar, has died at age 81.

Carolyn Hax: Reporting an abusive therapist

Carolyn Hax advice column for Sunday, March 17, 2019.