In recognition of Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Spokane Community Observance of the Holocaust Art Contest has announced its winners. High school and middle school artists were asked to create pieces on the theme “Why Holocaust Education?” For the month of May, the works will be on display.
There are so many creative ways to show love. That’s what the judges learned from the young artists who entered this year’s Valentine’s Day coloring contest. Among the bright and cheerful hearts, a few rose to the top. In the 4-and-younger category, Jaxon Roullier wowed judges with his cute Pikachu.
Brandi Carlile was playing for the home state crowd Saturday for her "Echoes Through the Canyon" show at the Gorge Amphitheatre. That was never more apparent than when she unveiled her big surprise of the night.
Billy Idol still has his trademark spikey blond hair and signature snarl. On Thursday night, the 65-year-old rocked a 90-minute set at Northern Quest Resort & Casino with a mix of his hits, songs from his Generation X days and a couple new tunes.
Mondays are Fundays at Riverfront Park this summer. The park has been hosting free family-friendly activities each Monday at different locations throughout the park. It's a way to create more activity on a day of the week that historically hasn't been as busy.
You can invite the gods and goddesses of Greek mythology into your home this week. The Spokane County Library District is hosting the Traveling Lantern Theatre Co.'s virtual performance of "Legends and Myths From Mount Olympus."