Claudia Rankine is the author of, among many other works, "Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric," "Citizen: An American Lyric" and "Just Us: An American Conversation," a trilogy of works that examine race and racism through poetry, images and conversation.
The year 2020 saw a resurgence in sweatpants thanks to more people working from home, but the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture's newest exhibit might give you some inspiration to dress up more even if you're not leaving the house.
Event calendars were completely scrambled last year thanks to the coronavirus, and while the world is not yet back to normal, things are starting to look brighter as performances get rescheduled in Spokane.
No matter where they fall on the political spectrum or how long their term, many U.S. presidents have been immortalized on the big or small screen after their time in office. Some, especially the earlier presidents, might only have one or two mentions.
To launch its Alone Together series, Stage Left Theater presents “An Iliad” by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare. The show will be performed virtually Friday through Sunday and Feb. 4-7. As the title suggests, “An Iliad” is a modern-day retelling of the Homer classic.
During the months of February and March, Avenue West Gallery will showcase photographs by Pat Schilling and Kevin Montgomery. Spokane's Schilling, the featured artist, focuses on landscape photography, especially urban landscapes. Montgomery is known for his night photography.
Humanities Washington has announced a slew of virtual events for February. On Tuesday at noon, the Holocaust Center for Humanity will host “Who Was Chief Seattle?” presented by David M. Buerge. Buerge is a biographer and historian to the Duwamish Tribe.
Thanks to COVID-19, many of us have woken up each day for the last year feeling like Bill Murray in the movie "Groundhog Day." But Groundhog Day, during which a groundhog predicts the coming weather, is officially celebrated next Tuesday.
Seattle-based professor, writer and historian Daudi Abe will present "Why Are All the Black Kids Sitting Together in the Principal's Office?" on Wednesday as part of Spokane Community College's Hagan Center's Diversity Dialogue speaker series. Abe will present to students and SCC faculty