Tags


Everything tagged


Sort by:

Latest from The Spokesman-Review


  • ‘Gallows’ more horrible than horror

    At the end of the last century, “The Blair Witch Project” popularized the notion of idiots in horror movies filming every second of their own imminent demise. A deliberately unpolished …


  • Cruise brings high art to the not-so-high seas

    It’s the kind of cruise Lovey and Thurston Howell III would like. The two tiny ships on this two-hour tour enjoy a pleasant, high-culture fate: hors d’oeuvres, light opera and …


  • Classic TV comedy makes good viewing

    DVD sets featuring a full year or the entire run of a TV series can be entertaining. Here’s a couple that do work and one that is so-so. • “Married …


  • Collect Sessions help local musicians realize vision

    When you’re a musician, your image can be just as integral to your success as your sound. Music videos are, of course, a perfect way to document both, and they’re …


  • Graham Nash to play solo show at Bing Crosby Theater

    In his memoir “Wild Tales,” musician Graham Nash describes his famous (and famously erratic) ’60s supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young as an open marriage: “We fought, splintered, swore vengeance …


  • Two enchanted evenings

    For the past 25 years, the annual Mozart on a Summer’s Eve concert has been about paying tribute to the great classical artists. But this year, the two-night event is …


  • Coeur d’Alene Kinetic Fest puts creativity into motion

    On Sunday, irrigation wheels, a row boat and shark will parade down Main Street in Coeur d’Alene’s Riverstone development. Mutant toys will come to life. And four teams of artists …


  • What’s happening

    Chataqua The park will be filled with food booths, art and craft vendors, carnival rides, free entertainment on center stage and a beer garden. Activities for kids all weekend in …


  • 7 Nights Out

    1: Wallace Blues Festival Three days of blues from 14 acts on five stages around this historic Silver Valley mining town. Headliners include Too Slim & the Taildraggers, Kenny Neal, …


  • Looking ahead

    For 07-10-2015


  • 10 under $10

    1Chataqua 10 a.m.-8 p.m. today and Saturday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Chewelah City Park, Highway 395, Chewelah. The park will be filled with food booths, art and craft vendors, …


  • Cabernet’s popularity keeps climbing

    It’s known throughout the world as “King Cab,” and that is so true in Washington. Cabernet sauvignon is most famous in France’s Bordeaux and California’s Napa Valley, but it’s quickly …


  • Bennidito’s delivers classic combination

    Now you can get a homemade pint from Bennidito’s along with your pie. Bennidito’s Brewpub, an offshoot of the popular South Hill pizza place, opened Wednesday on East Sprague Avenue …


  • On sale

    Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. today to see • The March Fourth Marching Band on Oct. 2 at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint. Tickets are $27 through TicketsWest.


  • Graham Nash to play solo show at Bing Crosby Theater

    In his memoir “Wild Tales,” musician Graham Nash describes his famous (and famously erratic) ’60s supergroup Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young as an open marriage: “We fought, splintered, swore vengeance …


  • On sale

    Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. today to see • The March Fourth Marching Band on Oct. 2 at the Panida Theater in Sandpoint. Tickets are $27 through TicketsWest.


  • 7 Nights Out

    1: Wallace Blues Festival Three days of blues from 14 acts on five stages around this historic Silver Valley mining town. Headliners include Too Slim & the Taildraggers, Kenny Neal, …


  • Collect Sessions help local musicians realize vision

    When you’re a musician, your image can be just as integral to your success as your sound. Music videos are, of course, a perfect way to document both, and they’re …


  • 10 under $10

    1Chataqua 10 a.m.-8 p.m. today and Saturday, and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Sunday, Chewelah City Park, Highway 395, Chewelah. The park will be filled with food booths, art and craft vendors, …


  • 3-Minute Mic brings lively literary energy

    You’re encouraged to be relatively quiet in a bookstore, to browse and read silently without disturbing anybody. That’s not the case with 3-Minute Mic. On the first Friday of every …


  • Return worth the wait

    James Cameron’s 1984 science fiction classic “The Terminator” blended the perfect touches of comedy, action and characters to become one of the best offerings in the genre. It solidified Arnold …


  • ‘Overnight’ explores fidelity, doubt

    Alex has an inferiority complex. His appendage is considerably smaller than average, and at a key, comically awkward moment in “The Overnight,” this recent L.A. arrival (he’s a Seattle transplant, …


  • Looking ahead

    For 07-03-2015


  • Healing brings new energy to Votolato’s sound

    It was late 2012, and Rocky Votolato had hit a creative roadblock. The Seattle-based singer-songwriter had just released an independently produced, crowd-funded album called “Television Saints,” and when he sat …


  • Some summer nights, the best place to eat out is your own back patio

    Some days you just don’t want to work. That may seem odd considering our job is to search out places to eat and share our findings with you.


  • The sounds of celebration

    Because the Fourth of July falls on a Saturday this year, you now have a decent excuse to turn the holiday into a two-day celebration. If you’re not beating the …


  • Nightlife

    Bobby and Friends Country/variety. Fridays, 6-10 p.m., VFW Post 1435, 212 S. David St. Carli Osika Solo variety. Today, 7 p.m., Fedora, 1726 W. Kathleen Ave., Coeur d’Alene.


  • 10 under $10

    1 Riverfront Park Fourth of July Weekend Celebration Today through Sunday, Riverfront Park, 507 N. Howard St. Activities noon-8 p.m. today, noon-9 p.m. Saturday and noon-9 p.m. Sunday. Activities Saturday …


  • ‘Young’ a worthwhile character study

    This week’s new DVDs are a mixed bag of the pursuit of youth, the fear of prison and one man’s efforts to do the right thing. “While We’re Young” • …


  • Inalienable rights aren’t just yours; they’re ours

    Old memories are funny things. They sleep unnoticed, almost forgotten until triggered. It could be something small, a smell, a sound, a song on the radio. Or it could be …

Sections


Profile

Contact the Spokesman

Main switchboard:
(509) 459-5000
Customer service:
(800) 338-8801
Newsroom:
(509) 459-5400
(800) 789-0029
Back to Spokesman Mobile