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A&E >  Art

For Susan Moss Bourne, making wreaths is a spiritual craft

Susan Moss Bourne lives in the country outside Kingston, Idaho, where she spends much of her time hiking and gathering lichen, moss, antlers, pine cones and flowers for handmade wreaths. For the last three years, she has been making wreaths to use, sell, donate, gift and inspire.
A&E >  Entertainment

Jango’s new ‘Espresso and Shine’ explores isolation, pride and fear

In 10 minutes of music that’s as fresh and energizing as the album’s central symbol, Spokane hip-hop artist Jango explores themes of togetherness, isolation and pride versus fear in his latest release, “Espresso and Shine.” Navigating dizzy and deep soundscapes sculpted by executive producer Benn Suede, Jango (born Elijah Kilborn) muses.
A&E >  Music

Christmas Tree Elegance postpones 2020 event

As announced last weekend, the coronavirus pandemic has claimed another event: Christmas Tree Elegance, which was scheduled to run Dec. 1-13 in River Park Square. Christmas Tree Elegance, organized by the Spokane Symphony Associates, is a free-to-attend fundraiser for the Spokane Symphony. The 2019 event raised more than $400,000.
A&E >  Entertainment

‘Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales’: Like its movie counterparts, a confident and entertaining spectacle

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 19, 2020

Although there are still a number of weeks until 2020 finally(!) sinks into the annals of history, I’d wager that “Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales” will be remembered as the year’s most ingratiating family-friendly video game. It is a feel-good, unabashed spectacle that controls well, looks great and has a hyper-efficient story line.
A&E >  Entertainment

Northwest BachFest announces new ‘Across the Miles’ series package

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 19, 2020

What do you get for the music lover who has everything? A ticket to something they've never heard, or seen, before, like Northwest BachFest's virtual "Across the Miles" series. The series, which features virtual concerts from and interviews with a variety of performers, launched in October with “The Intimate World of Cole Porter.”
A&E >  Entertainment

Raheem DeVaughn wants to know what’s going on

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 19, 2020

Can an 8-year-old have musical pillars? Sure. Raheem DeVaughn already had a few by that age – Prince, Bob Marley, Earth Wind and Fire – and he says he’ll never forget the Sunday afternoon when one of them toppled: April 1, 1984. “I had gone to the movies with my mother,” DeVaughn says of that moment.
A&E >  Entertainment

The Flaming Lips cancel March 19 concert at the Fox

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 19, 2020

The Flaming Lips have canceled their March 19 concert at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. In an email, Fox staff said though the show has not been rescheduled, they look forward to welcoming the Flaming Lips to the Fox in the future. Refunds have been issued to those who bought tickets with a debit or credit card.
A&E >  Art

How hard has COVID-19 hit American museums? A new survey predicts a grim future

UPDATED: Thu., Nov. 19, 2020

LOS ANGELES – Eight months into the pandemic, the American Alliance of Museums on Tuesday released its second survey exploring the consequences of COVID-19, and predictions for the future are bleak. Many museums might not be able to rebound from the dire financial strain brought on by months of COVID-19.

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