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  • On the big screen: a bit of romance, a bit of horror

    The only thing better than a short work week is looking forward to the movies you can see at the end of that week. So let’s check out what’s opening …


  • Oscar-nominated shorts coming soon

    If you’re a fan of the Magic Lantern – and most lovers of alternative cinema are – you need to know that Spokane’s only movie arthouse won’t be opening anything …


  • If you don’t laugh, at least you’ll learn

    (Posted Tuesday) Seems as if messages are on the movie menu this week. From racism to media manipulation, Friday’s openings promise to offer a bit of education along with the …


  • Valley man tackles clutter, shares advice on blog

    Hundreds of computer books. Piles of bicycle clothes and 38 plastic bicycle water bottles. Empty boxes full of foam panels that once protected appliances long dead and gone. Old bike …


  • Notes from 7 blog: Cage, Satan possess new films

    (Posted Tuesday) From the religious to the satanic, comic to mysterious, the week’s movies offer a range of experiences. Some might even be worth seeing. The week’s openings are as …


  • Trivia buffs to show stuff at fundraiser

    (Posted Thursday) Trivia geeks unite. Next Thursday, Spokane’s “best and the brightest” – and I use that term very loosely – will converge at the Bing Crosby Theater to reveal …


  • Fantasy, Franco share spotlight

    (Posted Tuesday) Sequels are the story for the week’s openings, though romance, family-friendly fare and a couple of art films may liven things a bit for moviegoers. The main Friday …


  • Goodbye, Spokane, stay cool, SpoCool

    He’s been documenting deliciousness – as well as disappointing dishes – for a decade now. But today, the man behind one of Spokane’s longest-running independent food blogs is moving on …


  • Goodbye, Spokane, stay cool, SpoCool

    He’s been documenting deliciousness – as well as disappointing dishes – for a decade now. But today, the man behind one of Spokane’s longest-running independent food blogs is moving on …


  • Farmgirl Gourmet finds joy as Lagasse blogger

    On the sunny back porch of a craftsman home in Cheney, Heather Scholten is hovering above her lunch with a camera. She snaps a few pictures, stopping to add a …

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