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  • 7 Nights Out

    1: Shrine Circus Animals, acrobats, daredevils and clowns in an old-fashioned Big Top Circus.


  • 10 under $10

    1. “The Misanthrope” Continues through April 25; Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., North Idaho College, Boswell Hall, Schuler Performing Arts Center, 1000 W. Garden Ave. Molière’s comedy of manners is about …


  • Sharing flavors, experiences

    A shiny samovar sits atop a tall cupboard, watching over operations at the new Caffé Affogato. Proprietor Shahrokh “Sharo” Nikfar put it up there, well-polished and in a place of …


  • Hard rock brothers take scene by storm

    The didgeridoo is probably the last instrument you’d expect to hear on hard rock radio, but Like a Storm is looking to change that. The metal band, founded in New …


  • Movie review: ‘Young’ puts aging in perspective

    It hits us all, that day when “hip” suggests “replacement” and “Old Man/Old Woman Talk” enters our vocabulary. We scratch our heads over names like Kanye and Lena and cope, …


  • Dream of the ’90s is alive in Polaris

    If you were a kid in the ’90s – or if you were the parent of a cable-consuming kid in the ’90s – you’re probably intimately familiar with Polaris’ song …


  • ‘Monkey Kingdom’ both cute and brutal

    “Monkey Kingdom,” Disneynature’s latest Earth Day offering, is an intriguing peek inside the social structure of macaque monkey society in Sri Lanka. So while it’s got plenty of cute macaque …


  • Movie review: Thriller ‘Child 44’ pulls in too many directions

    The best-selling novel “Child 44” by Tom Rob Smith runs well over 400 pages, and that’s perhaps the first hint as to why the movie based on it seems to …


  • DVD releases: ‘Babadook’ creates sense of terror without gimmicks, gore

    This is a thin week for new DVD releases. But, thin is OK when what is available is so good. Among the releases are those that will make you turn …


  • Annual celebration of literary arts brings readings, workshops, plus added emphasis on collaboration

    By now, we’re pretty familiar with Get Lit. After all, the annual literary festival has for 17 years brought writers of all stripes to town for a week of events …


  • 10 under $10

    1“The Misanthrope” Continues through April 25; Thursdays-Saturdays at 7:30 p.m., North Idaho College, Boswell Hall, Schuler Performing Arts Center, 1000 W. Garden Ave. Molière’s comedy of manners is about a …


  • On sale

    Ticket are on sale at 10 a.m. today to see: • Brandi Carlile on Aug. 12 at the Knitting Factory. Tickets are $30 through Ticketweb.


  • 7 Nights Out

    1: Shrine Circus Animals, acrobats, daredevils and clowns in an old-fashioned Big Top Circus.


  • Dream of the ’90s is alive in Polaris

    If you were a kid in the ’90s – or if you were the parent of a cable-consuming kid in the ’90s – you’re probably intimately familiar with Polaris’ song …


  • Jazz trombonist Ryan Keberle brings his band for homecoming show

    Ryan Keberle has been on tour before. He’s toured as a member of the jazz big band the Maria Schneider Orchestra. He’s toured as a backing musician for indie pop …


  • 10 under $10

    1 Kenn Nesbitt Storytime and Signing 11 a.m. Saturday, Auntie’s Bookstore, Children’s Section, 402 W. Main Ave. Nesbitt will read from his books and introduce his newest title, “Bigfoot is …


  • Jill Barville: Bunny takes break, but memories fill chocolate void

    For the first time in almost two decades I’m not spending this week in futile resistance to the call of candy. The Easter bunny didn’t come to our house this …


  • Marvel universe spawns Netflix series ‘Daredevil’

    There will be binge-watching in the superhero universe this weekend. Netflix launches the highly anticipated 13-episode series “ Daredevil,” the first of five announced Netflix original shows based on Marvel …


  • Famous sleuths Holmes and Watson visit Civic Theatre stage

    Everyone loves a good whodunit. While Spokane Civic Theatre continues its production of “Clue: The Musical” in its downstairs studio space, another mystery, “Sherlock Holmes and the Curse of the …


  • Weekly pick for families: Trade, upgrade bikes for all at annual swap

    Hundreds of bicycles will be available this weekend at the fourth annual Spokane Bike Swap. The event was started as a way to promote bicycling, event director LeAnn Yamamoto said. …


  • Mirren makes art in ‘Woman in Gold’

    A great story doesn’t always translate into a great movie, even when Helen Mirren’s on hand. “Woman in Gold,” the based-on-fact tale of an elderly woman who spent many years …


  • System’s injustice on trial in ‘Gett’

    The courtroom drama is among the cinema’s most irresistible genres, where rigid formula (the expected) meets the blurted-out confession or the pent-up and finally detonated hidden truth (the unexpected). In …


  • What’s happening

    2015 AMSOIL Arenacross Saturday-Sunday. The Monster Energy Supercross stars of tomorrow can be found in AMSOIL Arenacross, featuring Ricky Carmichael’s Road to Supercross. AMSOIL Arenacross Series tracks are among the …


  • CdA craft beer fan makes his dream a reality with Filling Station on 5th

    “Fill ’er up” has a new meaning for Coeur d’Alene beer buffs. The city’s first growler specialty shop, the Filling Station on 5th, had its official opening last weekend in …


  • Legend learns life lessons in ‘Danny Collins’

    “Danny Collins” may be the closest Al Pacino ever gets to playing Pacino the Legend on the big screen. Perma-tanned under that vast black mane and Mephistophelian goatee, blinged in …


  • Fact, fiction collide in ‘Collected Stories’ at Modern Spokane

    There’s an overused axiom that you should write what you know, and following that age-old advice certainly comes with its consequences. Writers often treat their own lives as fodder for …


  • 7 Nights Out

    1: Shook Twins Born and raised in Sandpoint, the Shook Twins are an indie folk-pop band featuring twins Katelyn and Laurie Shook. They return to the Northwest for two shows …


  • Looking ahead

    For 04-10-2015


  • On sale

    Tickets are on sale at 8:30 a.m. today to see: • Hank Williams Jr. on July 10 at Northern Quest Resort & Casino. Tickets are $55-$85 through the casino.


  • Rodeo romance will satisfy Sparks fans

    Ever since “The Notebook” made moviegoers swoon in 2004, Nicholas Sparks’ name has been synonymous with teary-eyed romance. The author’s latest novel adapted for the big screen, “The Longest Ride,” …

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