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‘Penguins’ review: From Disneynature, lessons in parenthood and Antarctic survival

This latest example of Disneynature’s Earth Day-themed appreciations is actually quite good for its type. Directors Alastair Fothergill and Jeff Wilson capture some achingly beautiful sunsets, and Adelie penguins never …

Miss Manners: Let academic leaders know of challenges with anxiety

Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, April 17, 2019.

Volume: Inlander Music Festival announces 2019 lineup

Tickets are $29/weekend pass in advance, $35/at the festival. Single-night tickets are $20 and available at the festival.

Northwest Wine: Celebrate Malbec Day with some Washington gems

Malbec has become an important grape in Washington, where it thrives under the perpetually sunny skies of the Columbia Valley.

Food reveals complicated, contentious Cuban-American politics

Ropa vieja, which literally means old clothes, didn’t originate in Cuba, instead coming from the Canary Islands, according to Ana Sofía Peláez, the author of “The Cuban Table.” However, it’s …

Dear Annie: Too late for a house?

Dear Annie advice column for Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Get Lit cancels Four Seasons event, will host happy hour instead

The happy hour, at Wandering Table, 1242 W. Summit Parkway, from 4-6 p.m. on April 22, features food and drink inspired by the poems of Washington-area poets.

Ask Dr. Universe: It takes imagination and planning to build a home

Humans have built all kinds of houses throughout history. During the Ice Age, humans made their homes in big caves. A few thousand years later, people figured out how to …

Ask the doctors: Lugging heavy backpacks is bad for kids’ health

Ask the doctors advice column for Tuesday, April 16, 2019.

Made in Spokane Film Screening to showcase short films from 13 regional filmmakers

The screening will be held at the Magic Lantern Theater on Thursday.

Home remedies: The bad breath battle

There are many causes of bad breath, also called halitosis.

Stupid Cow Café serves up quirky, country vibe

At the Stupid Cow Café, the owner aims to know your name, how you take your coffee, and even when it’s time for you to try something new.

Dorothy Dean presents: Colorful tart brings Easter fun to the table

This festive showstopper of a dessert will make your Easter spread one to remember. Shaped like an egg, this colorful tart starts with a cookie-like crust that’s slathered with a …

UPDATED: Tue., April 16, 2019, 12:13 a.m.

‘Hamilton’ is coming to Spokane … eventually

“Hamilton” will make its way to Spokane in 2020-21, after visits from “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “Miss Saigon,” “Jersey Boys,” “Escape from Margaritaville” and “Mean Girls.”

UPDATED: Wed., April 17, 2019, 2:01 p.m.

Review: Hozier humbly put impressive talent on display at First Interstate Center for the Arts

Hozier’s sold-out concert at the First Interstate Center for the Arts marked the end of the current leg of his North American tour.

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 8 premiere draws 17.4 million viewers to HBO

Nielsen data showed that the program – the first of the series’ final six episodes – was seen by 11.8 million viewers who watched on the premium cable network in …

‘Game of Thrones’ review: Like a dragon joyride, season opener thrills

Forget winter. The Great War is coming. Armies are marching. Evil queens are scheming. There is no time to waste. The end is near, just five episodes away.

Dear Annie: In need of impartial assessment

Dear Annie advice column for Monday, April 15, 2019.

Miss Manners: Disclaimer doesn’t dampen discourteous declaration

Miss Manners advice column for Monday, April 15, 2019.

UPDATED: Mon., April 15, 2019, 4:18 p.m.

Canceled: MAC talk to cover ‘James Houston and the History of Inuit Printmaking in Canada’

Dr. Nadine Fabbi was going to speak about the Inuit in Canada and the late Canadian artist/author/filmmaker James Houston, who helped introduce the world to Inuit art.

Ogren inspires as final candidate for Spokane Symphony music director

The fifth shoe dropped on Saturday night, when Jayce Ogren, the last of five candidates we were to hear for the position of music director of the Spokane Symphony, led …

Carolyn Hax: How I move on from a 13-year relationship?

Carolyn Hax advice column for Sunday, April 14, 2019.

Everything is Copy: The arc of the season

It was, I think, simply coincidence that on the anniversary of his death, my interest in college basketball revived. It wasn’t because we shared that passion. Spectator sports held little …

Around the remote: The end is coming for ‘Game of Thrones’

Chuck Barney’s TV and streaming picks for April 14-20

Gonzaga University’s new performing arts center celebrates life, passions of Myrtle Woldson

The center, on the western edge of campus, opens April 25 with a performance of “A New Season.”

From poem to plate: Get Lit’s newest addition pairs poetry with a 12-course meal

The Four Seasons dinner is a fundraiser and new addition to the Get Lit line up.

Upcycled Life: Silk dyed eggs

This technique for dying eggs with old neckties or other silk fabric scraps is simple and creates beautiful designs that pop.

Dear Annie: Competition in yoga class

Dear Annie advice column for Saturday, April 13, 2019.

Ask the doctors: A stroke can happen at any age

Ask the doctors advice column for Saturday, April 13, 2019.

Ask The Builder: Radiant heat system is your ticket to toasty-warm floors

What can you tell me about radiant floor heat? Is it really that good, or is what I’m hearing all hype?