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Don Chareunsy

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Never gonna give them up: You know these hits

It’s time to queue up your playlists as New Kids on the Block’s Mixtape tour brings the boyband to Spokane Arena on Monday night with Salt-N-Pepa, Rick Astley and En Vogue. Sure, Astley was 21 years old when “Never Gonna Give You Up” was released in 1987, so the British singer-songwriter is 56 now.

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It’s a family affair and career for Seattle DJs Gem & Tauri

The Electric Daisy Carnival is at Las Vegas Motor Speedway next weekend (Friday through Sunday) – I covered it as a journalist in its first year in Sin City in 2011 and then the next six consecutive years. It’s one of my favorite music events on Earth, and one of the reasons is the opportunity for discovery.
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The new fab four: Delilah, Casa Playa, Estiatorio Milos and Amalfi by Bobby Flay are heating up the Las Vegas Strip

Las Vegas is widely known as the entertainment capital of the world, but it is the dining capital of the world, as well – and no doubt Gonzaga, Washington State, West Coast Conference and Pac-12 basketball fans have overrun the Las Vegas Strip this week. I lived in Las Vegas from 2008-19 before moving back to Spokane in 2019. 
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Waking up in Vegas: Resorts World, Virgin Hotels and Circa Resort are new to Sin City, and here’s what WCC and Pac-12 fans can expect at each

I consider Spokane and Las Vegas home. I moved back to Spokane in April 2019 for a job at The Spokesman-Review, and I am a graduate of Gonzaga University. My sister, niece and nephew live in the Lilac City (my sister also is a Gonzaga alumnus), and I love Spokane. I lived in Las Vegas from 2008-2019.
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Cole Swindell brings tour stop to First Interstate Center

Country singer-songwriter Cole Swindell brings his Down to the Bar tour to First Interstate Center for the Arts on Saturday night, and Travis Denning and Ashley Cooke are the opening acts. Swindell’s new album, “Stereotype,” is set for release in April. The album’s first single, “Single Saturday Night,” was released in 2020.