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There’s a coffee shop waiting on West Sprague Avenue

Spaceman Coffee honors all things space-related and offers quirkiness with your coffee.


Jonathan Richman playing the Bartlett

Some people might remember Jonathan Richman and his drummer Tommy Larkins as the strolling musicians in the hit movie “There’s Something About Mary.” Others may love his work with the …


Bartfest gets smaller, and that’s the idea

In year two, the Bartlett’s Bartfest gets ready to rock.


Bartfest gets smaller, and that’s the idea

In year two, the Bartlett’s Bartfest gets ready to rock.


Land of Plenty builds layers of meaning

On the Bartlett’s website, tonight’s art and music event Land of Plenty is labeled as a “celebration of collaboration,” and that seems as apt a description as any. Karli Ingersoll, …


Artist offers range of styles in one package

Singer-songwriter Eleni Mandell is part chanteuse, part jazz vocalist and part country balladeer, with the spirit of a punk rocker and the playfulness of a Broadway performer. Her songs ping-pong …


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 …


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 …


Bartlett expands circle of artists with the Round

One night a month, the Bartlett transforms into a hybrid rock venue, coffee house and art gallery for an ongoing series of concerts known as the Round. Started in Seattle …


10-month-old Bartlett boldly launches festival venture

It seems like it was just yesterday that the Bartlett was struggling to open its doors. Back in November, building code issues and construction snafus forced the all-ages music venue …


10-month-old Bartlett boldly launches festival venture

It seems like it was just yesterday that the Bartlett was struggling to open its doors. Back in November, building code issues and construction snafus forced the all-ages music venue …


Off-kilter experimental rock band Man Man plays the Bartlett

Ryan Kattner, the mad genius behind Philadelphia’s experimental rock band Man Man, is so pokerfaced that it sometimes takes a couple of beats before you realize he’s joking about something. …


Angel Olsen’s ‘Fire’ hard to contain

While listening to Missouri-based singer-songwriter Angel Olsen’s third album “Burn Your Fire for No Witness,” it’s tempting to start making a list of all the artists she’s evoking. It’s not …


7 Blog: Project offers chance to see artist in action

(Posted Thursday) Friday morning, people wandering in downtown will have the chance to watch some art in action. Jesse Pierpoint, and artist and creative director for Seven2 in Spokane, will …


Folk singer Craigie creates travelogue through music

They say you should write what you know. For folk musician John Craigie, that’s life on the road. The characters in his songs are wanderers, ramblers and vagabonds traveling from …


Evolving from ‘Absolutes’

A lot of bands are wary of sounding too much like their inspirations, but the members of the Seattle three-piece Barcelona proudly wear their influences on their sleeves. “I’m a …


Evolving from ‘Absolutes’

A lot of bands are wary of sounding too much like their inspirations, but the members of the Seattle three-piece Barcelona proudly wear their influences on their sleeves. “I’m a …


Indie rockers the Thermals bring their DIY-fueled tour to the Bartlett

The last two times I saw the Thermals were wildly different experiences. In 2010, I watched them headline a late summer show at the Seaside Bar (remember that place?), which …


Folkinception celebrates CD release with show

Spokane-based jam-grass band Folkinception returns to the stage for a sold-out show on Saturday night to debut its first CD, “Tower Mountain.”


Portland indie-pop duo stops in at the Bartlett

It’s been two months since singer Timothy Heller got home from a tour, and she’s itching to get back on the road. Heller will soon get her wish as Dresses, …


The Dirt

Music venue being planned Spokane residents Caleb and Karli Ingersoll are planning to open The Bartlett, an all-ages music venue, along with a separate beer and wine bar, in the …