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All-American icon: Asian American and LGBTQ entertainer Margaret Cho is ready to storm Spokane Comedy Club stage
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- Tom Segura is ready to test new material at sold-out Spokane Comedy Club shows
- Authentic harmonies: Performer Andrew Wade works to bring music of Simon and Garfunkel to younger generations in ‘Story’
- Re-elected? ‘Probably’ Stormy Daniels answers S-R questions ahead of Spokane Comedy Club show on Presidents Day
‘The Invisible Man’ review: Leigh Whannell’s inventive twist on classic empathizes heroine’s domestic abuse horror
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Lady Gaga’s father says the homeless population at Grand Central Terminal is hurting the restaurant he operates there
The Buy Nothing Project, a hyperlocal gift economy, might be next door as buynothingproject.org. If accepted into volunteer-administered small neighborhood groups – typically private Facebook platforms – you can post items for free to lend or requested. A rule is you can’t buy, sell or barter.
Flush with their triumph at the Grammys, where, against strong competition, their CD of Caroline Shaw’s “Orange” received the award for best recording by a chamber group or small ensemble, the Attacca String Quartet ascended the stage at Barrister Winery on Tuesday night.
When the wind blows, it can do all kinds of things. It can help pick up tiny seeds and carry them away, so plants and flowers can grow in new places. It can push a big sailboat across an ocean. We can even harness the wind to make clean energy to power our homes and schools.
My aunt and uncle live in Coeur d’Alene but are snowbirds through the winter at a beautiful second home in California. My parents, always up for a chance to get out of the dreary Spokane weather, often join them for a couple months, as does my grandma. It’s a real party, and I’m not joking. They take hikes, go out to dinner, shop a mean list at Costco and play card games every night. They joke that they’re living in a group home. Needing a little rest and relaxation myself, I decided to head down for a quick visit about a month ago. There are no words to describe how welcoming, tranquil and clean the “group home” is. To come from my house, where someone is usually pounding out a song on the piano and every surface is covered with puzzle pieces, homework, cereal boxes and markers – well, entering the California house is like stepping into another dimension.
During the free workshop at Wishing Tree Books, young writers will write and decorate their own book.
“Are you ready to rise, Spokane?” Spokane native and Alter Bridge frontman Myles Kennedy asked from stage right at Knitting Factory on Thursday night, incorporating the rock band’s hit “Rise Today” into his question.
Miss Manners advice column for Friday, Feb. 28, 2020.
Football legend Mark Rypien is featured among others in “Quiet Explosions: Healing the Brain” scheduled for 9 p.m. Friday at the Spokane International Film Festival. The film tells of people with CTE, a degenerative brain disease from repetitive brain trauma, and promising treatments.
K-pop superstar group BTS has canceled a series of planned concerts in Seoul in April due to concerns about a soaring viral outbreak in South Korea
This weekend, Spokane Civic Theatre will open its studio production of “Cabaret,” John Kander and Fred Ebb’s beloved, societally confrontational tour through the seedy, vaudevillian nightlife of 1930s Berlin.
What’s new for home viewing on Video on Demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services.
Stephen Williamson, principal clarinet of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, joins the Spokane Symphony for a program full of American composers this weekend.
Dear Annie advice column for Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020.
Details + don’t miss: The Spokane Valley Mall and Northside locations have the same menus. Bountiful food options are $6.25-$9.50 each during Happy Hour, and there are well drinks ($5.75), domestic beers ($5.25), craft beers ($5.75) and more. Up north, the feast included boneless wings, cheese curds, fish tacos, flatbreads, taquitos and cocktails. Plus reverse Happy Hour!
Korn, Breaking Benjamin and Bones U.K. played to a sizable crowd at the Spokane Arena on Wednesday night. About two-thirds of the venue’s seats were filled, and eager fans on the ground floor packed together like sardines.
Santana and Earth, Wind & Fire have announced they’re teaming up for the Miraculous Supernatural 2020 Tour, which brings the legendary musicians to the Gorge Amphitheatre on June 27.
Ask the doctors advice column for Thursday, Feb. 27, 2020.
Margaret Cho is a trailblazer. She is credited as being the first successful Asian American comedienne in a field still fairly dominated by men. The Korean American who grew up in San Francisco has always been open about her sexuality and is an LGBTQ icon.
Miss Manners advice column for Wednesday, Feb. 26, 2020.