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Within months of the release of Cheap Trick's initial eponymous album, the then Illinois-based band made its Spokane debut. The start of Cheap Trick's long live history with Spokane commenced in August 1977.
EWU’s annual Get Lit! Festival is going virtual this year, but audiences at home will still be able to access a wide range of author readings, Q&A sessions, craft classes and panel discussions.
Ask Coeur d’Alene singer-songwriter Colby Acuff to describe his style of music on his new album, and his response is “mountain country” – then Alabama’s classic hit “Mountain Music” springs to mind.
A few, hypnotically bad minutes of “Khraniteli,” the recently rediscovered 1991 Soviet TV adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Fellowship of the Ring,” should be enough to get your weekend off to a start.
The Big Dipper is one of the most historic live music venues in Spokane: a small, locally owned-and-operated, all-ages spot with a reputation for sticking to its roots.
After months of online-only content, the Spokane Watercolor Society and the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture are partnering to present this year’s SWS National Juried Show in person.
A Black family is terrorized when they move into an all-white neighborhood in 1950s Los Angeles in “Them.” Season 1 plays out over 10 days as the white neighbors become increasingly vicious.
HBO’s “The Nevers” is the steampunk, Victorian-era X-men I didn’t know I was waiting for, and the series is set to premiere on HBO’s streaming platforms on Sunday.
Spokane comic Kelsey Cook didn't know what to do with all of the adrenaline coursing through her body after slaying during a virtual gig at the Spokane Comedy Club last spring.
A few teenage soldiers, tanned, blond, just out of boyhood, enjoy a rare night out with female companions. Michael (Matthew Vey) drags on a cigarette and informs their new friends that “we don’t feel a thing.”
NEW YORK – Up-and-coming actors will sometimes claim to know a variety of skills to be considered for roles, but Olivia Liang set a boundary early in her career.
“Balan Wonderworld” hit store shelves on March 26, the sales figures are in, and they’re even worse than expected. In its first week, it sold fewer than 2,100 copies in Japan, missing the top 30.
Fresh off performing the national anthem before Super Bowl 55 on Feb. 7, Eric Church announced this morning his “The Gather Again Tour” of arenas with 55 North American dates that will kick off this fall.
While watching “Every Breath You Take,” there’s really only one question (aside from some egregious plot holes): How did Oscar winner Casey Affleck become involved in this project?
Michelle Pfeiffer epitomizes imperious, icy hauteur in “French Exit,” a comic drama set in the reality-adjacent world of world weary jet-setters with more ennui than sense.
After more than a year, Spokane Symphony Music Director James Lowe returned to the stage of the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox, “and there was music again,” a video posted on Instagram announced.
More than once in the past three years, Spokane multimedia artist Christina Rothe has been told by a stranger to go back to the country where she comes from. Rothe, 56, is a white, English-speaking woman.
During a recent chat with Kurt Cobain's close friend Buzz Osborne of the Melvins, the subject of what derailed the late icon was raised. "It was drugs," Osborne said. "It was that simple with Kurt. Drugs killed him."
Every song you hear is the result of many hands and minds. For many artists, the process of getting from written song to “playlist-ready” track will necessitate the involvement of many engineers and producers.
Local artists Rosemary Barile, Karen Mobley and Deb Sheldon will present “Rising Above” at Terrain Gallery from Friday through May 1. To celebrate the opening, organizers will host a reception on Friday.
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