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  • Windstorm caught KPBX in the middle of its move

    KPBX is on the air with the aid of a home generator after the station’s main generator had already been moved to its new headquarters.


  • 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 …


  • Concert brings Mozart, friends to Manito Park

    The music of W.A. Mozart, Antonin Dvorak and Frederic Chopin will emanate from the lawn east of Manito Park’s Duncan Garden next week. It’s the 23rd annual Mozart on a …


  • Education Notebook: Festival of arts to end Tuesday with concert

    The public is invited to the Festival of the Arts concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the INB Performing Arts Center. The concert comes at the conclusion of a two-day …


  • Landmarks: Old brick building local media anchor

    In the early 1900s when rail lines converged in Spokane to support the burgeoning agriculture, lumber and mining economies of the region, many brick buildings were constructed near the train …


  • Manito plays host to a talent-stacked Mozart on a Summer’s Eve

    Next week’s Mozart on a Summer’s Eve concert, “Ciao, Belle Donne! (Hello, Beautiful Women!)” is filled with famous operatic gems that promise to delight. Verne Windham, founder and music director, …


  • Symphony farewell for Windham on Sunday

    On Sunday, the Spokane Youth Symphony will say hello to Gustav Holst and goodbye to Verne Windham. Windham will preside over his final concert after 15 years as artistic director …


  • Youth symphony considers top résumés for artistic director

    When Spokane Youth Symphony’s artistic director Verne Windham announced his retirement from the orchestras in 2009, everyone knew he’d be extremely difficult to replace. The question on everybody’s mind was: …


  • Spokane stars as 1948 Manhattan in city’s next role

    The next movie to be filmed in Spokane will be “Camilla Dickinson,” based on the coming-of-age novel “Camilla” by Madeleine L’Engle. It’s set in Manhattan in 1948, and yes, the …


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