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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?


American Life in Poetry: ‘Taking Turns’

I like this poem for the way it portrays the manner in which we study the behavior of others and project our own experiences onto their lives.


In the Garden: Flowers bring beauty, birds, bees and butterflies to the garden

While we all reap rewards from our edible crops, flowers are an equally important component. In addition to attracting pollinators, hummingbirds, and butterflies, they delight us with their beautiful colors …


The best times to visit D.C.’s monuments and memorials on the National Mall

With so many people jostling for space on the National Mall between the Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial, the key to an enjoyable visit is finding the right time to …


Under Joya, serving same Guilds’ School way

In 1960, Spokane Guilds’ School & Neuromuscular Center first launched for children with developmental disabilities. But while mission remains, much has changed, now reflected in new name: Joya Child & …


Carolyn Hax: Feeling ‘dislocated’ after sudden move

Carolyn Hax advice column for Friday, April 12, 2019.


UPDATED: Fri., April 12, 2019, 2:06 p.m.

New ‘Star Wars’ film promises ‘The Rise of Skywalker’

“No one is ever really gone,” says the voice of Luke Skywalker in the first teaser trailer for “Star Wars: Episode IX,” which audiences finally learned will be called “Star …


Miss Manners: Sister-in-law resents assumption that she’ll provide maid service

Miss Manners advice column for Friday, April 12, 2019.


The Full Suburban: Same road, different view

My husband is the kind of guy you would want with you in a foxhole. Me, not so much. I mean, if you wanted cookies brought in, or needed an …


Review: ‘Missing Link’ doesn’t always put its best (big)foot forward

The wrinkle here is Bigfoot is a gentle giant (shades of “Harry and the Hendersons”). He’s literate and articulate (the nonthreatening voice of Zach Galifianakis), afraid of humans, and above …


Dear Annie: Feeling listless

Dear Annie advice column for Thursday, April 11, 2019.


Record Store Day brings vinyl fans to 4000 Holes, the Long Ear in droves

Since 2008, Record Store Day, held this year on Saturday, has brought vinyl aficionados and new fans alike to independent record stores across the world to dig through the crates …


Music director finalist Jayce Ogren to lead Spokane Symphony in works by Barber, Prokofiev, Mussorgsky

Ogren will lead the Spokane Symphony during “Classics 9: Russian Virtuosity” on Saturday and Sunday at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox.


UPDATED: Thu., April 11, 2019, 8:49 p.m.

For Hozier, the joy in ‘Wasteland! Baby’ comes from the journey

And the journey from ‘Wasteland! Baby’ brings the Irish singer-songwriter to Spokane on Sunday for a sold-out show.


House Call: Vaccines can protect against some viral STDs

Reduce your risk of getting or transmitting a viral STD by being in a long-term mutually exclusive relationship with a partner who has been tested and by using latex condoms …


Ask the doctors: Stem cell therapies need more research

Ask the doctors advice column for Thursday, April 11, 2019.


WSU celebrates Mom’s Weekend with production of ‘Merry Wives of Windsor’

Performances are 8 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday in the Bryan Hall Theatre.


Dan + Shay remember support from Spokane on their way to the top

The duo is touring in support of its self-titled third album, which was released in 2018.


Review: ‘Hellboy’ is a truly crazy monster mash, and it’s … a lot

You don’t so much as watch this movie as submit to being pummeled by it. Fans should be pleased at the depth and breadth of the lore in the film. …


Conquering obstacles: Spokane Spartan couple sets ambitious goals

This spring, Brad and Joni Bailey of Spokane Valley are hoping to finish three Spartan obstacle course races, a series called the Trifecta. That final run falls on the third …


UPDATED: Wed., April 10, 2019, 3:55 p.m.

HBO has elaborate, sneaky ways of keeping ‘Game of Thrones’ secrets

HBO’s ironclad battle against spoilers has often bordered on the absurd, but it’s difficult to deny that the show has been about as leakproof as the Mueller investigation.