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UPDATED: Sun., Sept. 30, 2018, 1:38 p.m.

A little older and a little wider, as she calls herself, comedian Julia Sweeney came back home to take Spokane stage

Sure, not every member in the audience of Julia Sweeney’s “Older and Wider,” which she performed Friday at the Bing Crosby Theater, had experience as a parent or a spouse.


Former Metaline Falls residents screen new film ‘Farmer of the Year’ at Cutter Theatre

Kathy Swanson and Vince O’Connell will participate in a Q&A after the screening on Saturday.


Bill Murray defends Hoffman over harassment allegations

Appearing on the same stage where months earlier Dustin Hoffman faced repeated questions about alleged sexual harassment, Bill Murray praised the actor as a “really decent person.”


Review: Modern take on ‘Little Women’ is faithful to a fault

While it seems like a fun idea to update the trials and travails of the March sisters, dragging the story into the 20-teens shows just how of its era “Little …


UPDATED: Thu., Sept. 27, 2018, 2:24 p.m.

10 under $10: Sept. 28-Oct. 4

Our weekly roundup of fun to be found in the Inland Northwest.


Dear Annie: Antagonizing sister

Dear Annie advice column for Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018.


Coming Back: Spokane’s favorite daughter, Julia Sweeney, brings her one-woman show to town

After 10 years away from Hollywood, Julia Sweeney decided to mount a comeback. So far, so good.


UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 28, 2018, 1:19 p.m.

Roast House, Evans Brothers, Thomas Hammer win Golden Bean awards

The awards were held in Portland on Sept. 22.


Scarywood returns with even more haunted fun

Scarywood opens Friday and continues through Oct. 27.


Review: Prince’s ‘Piano & A Microphone 1983’ showcases his musical brilliance

The Firesign Theatre comedy troupe once released an album aimed at upending expectations and assumed knowledge. It was titled “Everything You Know Is Wrong.” Such a phrase comes to mind …


Ask the doctors: Never partake in a ‘food challenge’ without medical supervision

Ask the doctors advice column for Thursday, Sept. 27, 2018.


Terrain 11 preview night brings artists, art fans together

Check out the Oct. 5 7 section for a complete preview of Terrain.


George Winston’s musical journey brings him back to Spokane

George Winston to give a matinee performance Sunday at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.


Stream On Demand: ‘Solo’ flies onto home screens

Also new for home viewing this week: “King Learn” and “A Wrinkle in Time.”


The scale of sickness: Schools, day care services may have different standards for ill kids

When should milder illnesses keep children home? Public schools have general illness guidelines and allow a doctor’s OK for when a child can return to class. But day care operators …


Nicki Minaj donates $25,000 to ‘Cosby Show’ actor Geoffrey Owens

Hip-hop star Nicki Minaj has made good on her promise to donate $25,000 to “The Cosby Show” actor Geoffrey Owens after he was photographed – and job-shamed online – while …


Seattle gypsy-jazz quintet Pearl Django heading to Spokane

When it comes to Seattle institutions, it doesn’t get much better than Pearl Django. What began more than 20 years ago as a way to incorporate the music of Django …


Long-term care program seeking volunteer advocates

SNAP, which runs the Eastern Washington Long Term Care Ombudsman Program, says it needs to bolster the number of volunteers who advocate for seniors in assisted-living care facilities. The program …


House Call: Healthy habits help your family during the school year

With school back in full swing, taking care of you and your family’s health can be more of a challenge.


Review: ‘Night School’ makes the grade, but just barely

For years, putting feisty comic Kevin Hart across from any movie star would automatically light a fire underneath an otherwise middling comedy. He was the magic ingredient, the spice that …


Carolyn Hax: Brother refuses to call her by her preferred name

Carolyn Hax advice column for Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.


‘Washington Grown’ holds recipe contest

The locally produced public TV show is looking for entries for a cooking contest featuring family recipes spotlighting Washington-grown ingredients.


Simon and Garfunkel jukebox musical coming to the Bing

The musical features everything from “Hey Schoolgirl” to “Mrs. Robinson.”


The new Weight Watchers is all about ‘wellness,’ but critics say it’s ‘diet culture’ in disguise

After more than a half-century, and countless, obsessive calculations on how many points you have to spend on your diet, Weight Watchers officially ceased to exist. On Monday, WW was …


Miss Manners: Friend of a friend treated like a servant

Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, Sept. 26, 2018.


UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 26, 2018, 9:10 a.m.

Artists Holcomb, Ebendorf take inspiration from the outdoors in ‘From the Landscape’

The exhibition runs through Oct. 19 at Spokane Falls Community College.


UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 26, 2018, 1:18 p.m.

Review: ‘Smallfoot’ is predictable, but the journey makes it worth watching

The story is actually “Bigfoot,” but it hinges on a clever reversal of perspective, centering on a tribe of Yetis in the Himalayas who fear the dreaded unknown creature known …


From Mizuna to smoked meats: Chef Mike Jones adds Texas-style barbecue eatery to his repertoire

Austin’s Live Fire Barbecue specializes in wood-fired, spice-rubbed brisket, pork ribs, pork shoulder, pork belly and chicken.


Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic to open AFI Fest

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic “On the Basis of Sex” is having its world premiere at the 32nd AFI Fest in Los Angeles.


Who is Lauren Daigle, the Christian artist finding success on the mainstream billboard charts?

Last week on the Billboard 200 chart, a Christian album sat at No. 3, nestled between “Kamikaze,” Eminem’s diss track-laden new release, and “Zoo,” the sophomore effort from rapper Russ.