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Things to do in Spokane

Northwest Winterfest – Celebration featuring holiday arts, lights and cultures. With life size displays, cultural performances, arts and crafts. Through Dec. 31. Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N. Havana St., Spokane Valley. $10-39.
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Game on: ‘Video games have gone downhill’ is a silly notion

If you’ve spent any time on social media or video game-centric corners of the internet, you’ve likely come across the proclamation that video games “have gone downhill,” or that games “aren’t fun anymore.” The statement is often accompanied by a depressing video clip of someone browsing their library of games before giving up and resorting to everyone’s favorite 21st-century activity – mindlessly scrolling their smartphone.

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First Friday

First Friday is 5-8 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
A&E >  Art

First Friday

First Friday is 5-8 p.m. unless otherwise noted.
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Dusty Slay keeps his head clear in life and in comedy

There’s a school of thought that drugs and alcohol fuel creativity. Comic Dusty Slay is not in that camp. Slay, who will perform Friday and Saturday at the Spokane Comedy Club, used to drink. Slay, however, discovered that booze never enhanced his personal life or his comedy. He’s been sober since 2012.
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Blackberry Smoke sounds like the Peach State

“You hear Georgia when I open my mouth,” is what Charlie Starr sings when the vocalist-guitarist belts out the aptly named “You Hear Georgia,” the title track from Blackberry Smoke’s latest album.
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Game On: SAG-AFTRA seeks approval to strike against video game publishers

News broke on Labor Day weekend that SAG-AFTRA’s National Board is unanimously seeking permission from union members to strike against several AAA video game publishers before negotiations are set to resume later this month. The authorization would not launch a strike right away, but give the union permission to declare one if negotiations break down.