When music and South Korea are mentioned, the cottage industry known as BTS is the typical response. However, Seoul native Michelle Zauner, aka Japanese Breakfast, who grew up in the Pacific Northwest, is making a big impact in entertainment.
Gianmarco Soresi sounds like someone hosting an Italian cooking show rather than a comic, and he is primarily Jewish. "When people see me, it's as if they've been fooled," Soresi said. "After they see me perform, it's as if I'm actually Joshua Rubinstein."
It’s all baloney. So says Rita Moreno about the hoopla surrounding an upcoming birthday in the opening seconds of a new documentary about the Puerto Rican-born actress, dancer and singer.
It would be difficult to imagine an R-rated action comedy more tedious and unengaging than “The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard” were it not for the existence of “The Hitman’s Bodyguard,” the 2017 sleep aid to which this sequel is a worthy successor.
“Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” – Friday-Thursday, Village Centre Cinemas Wandermere, 12622 N. Division St.; Airway Heights, 10117 Highway 2. Celebrate Father’s Day with Harrison Ford as Indiana Jones and Sean Connery as his dad.
With the release of Jon M. Chu’s “In the Heights” and a revitalization of the movie musical, it is worth looking at the history of musicals and some of the best that Hollywood has offered over the decades.
A musical conceived by “Hamilton” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, “In the Heights” follows bodega owner Usnavi (Anthony Ramos) through his daily life in New York’s largely Dominican Washington Heights neighborhood.
The Electronic Entertainment Expo came and went last weekend, and while there are veritable boatloads of game reveals I could break down, it seems more prudent to discuss a game shown in a nearly complete state.
First Interstate Center for the Arts announced this morning that legendary country star Dwight Yoakam will take the stage on Sept. 19 downtown, and tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at ticketswest.com.
In the animated fantasy “Luca” (2021, PG), two best friends (voiced by Jacob Tremblay and Jack Dylan Grazer) have the summer of their lives in a beautiful seaside town on the Italian Riviera. But they have a secret: They are sea monsters
Before his blockbuster Founding Fathers remix “Hamilton,” Lin-Manuel Miranda burst onto the scene with his Tony-winning ode to his hometown, the musical “In the Heights,” set in the gentrifying Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights.
In 2012, filmmaker Haifaa al-Mansour became the first woman to direct a feature film in Saudi Arabia when she made “Wadjda,” a terrifically entertaining movie about a girl who enters a Koran recitation competition to raise funds for a bicycle.
Butch Vig is one of the most humble icons in music. The drummer from Garbage, which is releasing its latest album, "No Gods, No Masters," on Friday, produced Nirvana's "Nevermind," which altered the musical and pop culture landscape.
The music and story of Sandpoint artist Queen Bonobo (Maya Goldblum) are characterized by frequent and significant change. On her latest EP, “Sail From This Life,” jazz and folk unite for a dynamic and diverse sound.
"The Are You for Real Tour," the moniker of Trey Kenney's 2020 tour, was torpedoed by COVID-19. The jaunt, which was slated to commence March 11, was iced, but Kennedy continued to rack up big social media numbers.
"Love in the Time of Covid" is one of the most compelling and inventive songs of the pandemic. The quirky tune is accompanied by a visually stimulating video, but that shouldn't be surprising since the song was crafted by Danny Elfman.
Northwest BachFest will celebrate the 30th anniversary of “Mozart on a Summer’s Eve” over the course of two “Magical Musical Evenings” beginning at 7 p.m. July 20 and with a repeat performance at 7 p.m. July 21.
The big picture window in front of the home of painter Hazel Miller, 27, was recently cracked, exposing a jagged hole marring its center. Shards of glass are still embedded in the living room sofa.
Before "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda created a Tony-winning stage musical set in the predominantly Latino Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights. "Crazy Rich Asians" director Jon M. Chu takes the helm for the big screen.
Local performers are returning to sidewalks for the 19th Spokane/Coeur d’Alene Street Music Week from next Monday through Friday, while the fundraiser for Second Harvest food bank will also continue online.
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