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Hinder believes music fans need live entertainment now

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 20, 2022

Since Hinder hit the big time in 2005 with their breakthrough album, "Extreme Behavior," it's been about keeping it together. The post-grunge band, who releases visceral tunes, reached the upper echelon courtesy of their biggest hit, "Lips of an Angel," which helped buoy "Extreme Behavior" to triple-platinum status.

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David Larsen looks forward to delivering jazz originals, classics

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 20, 2022

Expect a mixed bag of originals and covers when David Larsen returns Friday to Lucky You Lounge to showcase tracks from his latest EP, "G2 and You," which was released two weeks ago. The baritone saxophonist teaches jazz and is the instrumental music director at Spokane Falls Community College.
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Game On: Left 4 Dead still reigns supreme, but the Anacrusis is good fun

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 20, 2022

Another day, another stab at reviving the cooperative first-person shooter still championed by 2009’s Left 4 Dead 2. I’ve made it no secret that I feel no love for Back 4 Blood, advertised as being “from the creators of Left 4 Dead” despite all of six employees still at Turtle Rock Studios having actually worked on it.
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Stream on Demand: MCU hit ‘Eternals’ takes over TV screens

“Eternals” (2021, PG-13), among the least familiar of Marvel Comics characters, are brought to the big screen as the most diverse team of heroes yet. Angelina Jolie, Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Kumail Nanjiani and Salma Hayek are among the cast playing immortals roused from retirement to save the world.
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Big Head Todd and the Monsters are returning to the Bing

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 13, 2022

Monster's Music Monthly was invented when Todd Mohr decided to turn lemons into lemonade. Not long after the pandemic started, Mohr, who fronts the venerable Big Head Todd and the Monsters, chose to release a new song every month via iTunes and craft a video to accompany each tune.

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