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Now seeking submissions for Black History Month symposium Feb. 16

The Northwest Passages Book Club in February will host a symposium to celebrate art created by high school students in honor of Black History Month. The book club, in collaboration with the Black Lens, is accepting Black art in all mediums that examines, expands and celebrates the Black experience.
A&E >  Art

Lenny Kravitz wows at private party during Miami Art week

UPDATED: Sun., Dec. 5, 2021

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. — Legendary rocker Lenny Kravitz gave a private performance Friday for a star-studded crowd that included Leonardo DiCaprio and local Latin boy band CNCO during Miami's Art Week. The lavish party is an annual affair hosted by business mogul and art collector Wayne Boich.

A&E >  Books

Arts Wrap: Latah Books celebrates new anthology release

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 2, 2021

Latah Books and the Community Building team will host a party celebrating the release of “One-Block Revolution: 20 Years of Community Building,” an anthology chronicling more than 20 years of community building history. Contributors to the anthology include Breann Beggs and Jim Sheehan.
A&E >  Entertainment

J.Lo is ‘no Peter Rivera’

It’s easy to understand why Peter Rivera has earned so much respect from his peers. The vocalist-drummer-songwriter of Rare Earth fame is always going full tilt. Even though Rivera is 76, he continues to write songs, hit high notes from his salad days and bash away with abandon behind his drum kit.
A&E >  Entertainment

How will Brad Williams enter the Spokane Comedy Club this time?

UPDATED: Fri., Dec. 3, 2021

Expect a different but not better entrance when Brad Williams returns to the Spokane Comedy Club. “The last time I was there (in 2019), I was on one of those scooters you people in Spokane like to ride,” Williams recalled about Lime scooters while phoning from his Los Angeles home.
A&E >  Entertainment

What’s Worth Watching: ‘Queen of the Universe,’ ‘Yellowstone’ and ‘The Power of the Dog’

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 2, 2021

Hold on to that wig, Eurovision, because “Queen of the Universe” is coming for your gig. For the most part, “Drag” and lip-syncing go hand in hand. But in “Queen of the Universe” – a cross between “RuPaul’s Drag Race” and “American Idol” – drag performers from all over the world will face off in a live singing competition.
A&E >  Art

Terrain debuts clothing line Terrain X

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 2, 2021

Before you read anything further: find a full body mirror right quick. ... OK, you're back. Could you see the culture you come from looking back at you? Is it in the fuzzy socks Grandma knits and gifts every Christmas? The gold or silver cross hanging from a chain in the center of your chest?
A&E >  Entertainment

Legendary Iron Maiden to return to Spokane Arena on Sept. 30

UPDATED: Thu., Dec. 2, 2021

Metal iconoclasts Iron Maiden will return to Spokane next autumn. The British band, while on its Legacy of the Beast world tour, will perform Sept. 30 at Spokane Arena. The word has been that this might be Iron Maiden's last big tour. It'll be worth catching the group, which redefined heavy metal.

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