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Wednesday, January 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Symphony rolls with Beethoven

The Spokane Symphony staged a Beethoven mini-festival over the weekend with two excellent concerts at the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox. Conductor Eckart Preu took the highly appreciative audience …

Otis Orchards Elementary earns $25,000 OSPI grant

Otis Orchards Elementary is one of only five elementary schools in the state recently awarded a $25,000 Apple Award Construction Achievement grant from the Office of the Superintendent of Public …

CdA Symphony ‘Salute’ set for Saturday

The Coeur d’Alene Symphony Orchestra kicks off its new season Saturday with one of the best-loved works by an American composer – Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” – paired with one …

Concerts planned this week at churches

Music is in the air this week as two Spokane Valley churches prepare to host concerts. Several Christian bands will perform today from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Spokane …

Spokane’s Manilow concert postponed

The Barry Manilow concert scheduled for Saturday night in Spokane has been postponed until late October, according to the singer’s Web site.

Ya Just Hafta Love Metallica For Lollapalooza

Metallica may present an alternative audience with a bona fide alternative.

Students Get Their Turn With Baton

Gunther Schuller’s class of young conductors will lead the Spokane Symphony on Saturday. Photo by Jimmy Katz/Giant Steps

Ex-Butterfly To Sing At Club

Former Iron Butterfly singer Darryl DeLoach plays the Cotton Club in Hayden, Idaho, on Thursday. DeLoach sang on the band’s 1968 album “Heavy,” but quit before the 1969 release of …

More Than 100 ‘Deadheads’ Injured When Wooden Deck Collapses At Missouri Lodge

For the carefree nomads who call themselves “Deadheads,” it was near-nirvana - a night of dancing and partying as an early summer rain fell. But the celebration took a tragic …

Catch Second Stage For True Alternative Sound

1. Coolio brings his funky sound to the Second Stage. 2. Yo La Tengo will play the Second Stage as well. The Main Stage line-up includes Sonic Youth, Hole, Cypress …

Bands Must Bow To Ticketmaster If Pearl Jam Wanted To Rock, It Had To Roll Over, Group Learned

Like the Rolling Stones without Mick Jagger, the E Street Band without Bruce Springsteen, the Blowfish without Hootie, it’s not easy for a rock band to go on tour without …

Lollapalooza ‘95 At Gorge July 4

Lollapalooza ‘95 kicks off July 4 at the Gorge in George, Lollapalooza founder Perry Farrell announced on the Internet earlier this week. The lineup is: Sonic Youth, Hole, Cypress Hill, …

Lollapalooza Lineup Announced

It’s a little later than usual, and it doesn’t have quite the sizzle as in previous years. But we finally know who’s playing on this year’s Lollapalooza bill. The veteran …