Stagecoach West is truly a Spokane staple. The band has been performing in the area since 1972. Original members Peter Arthur and Jim Braukmann met at Gonzaga in 1967 and joined with John Keogh and Bob Barzee to form the band five years later.
Born and raised in Spokane, Mel McCuddin is a testament to the caliber of art the city has to offer. The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture is paying homage to his homegrown talent with “Ideas From Paint,” an exhibition featuring 14 original McCuddin works.
Nestled deep in central Oregon cattle country, about 15 miles off U.S. Route 97, a small town has once again captured public interest. In the 1980s, Antelope was infamous for being usurped by the cult following of an Indian guru known as Baghwan Shree Rajneesh.
Kelley O’Brien’s art exhibit “Behold! The Sun Comes Over a Mountain” is a multidisciplinary art experience that explores regional history, geography and nature along the Idaho-Washington border. “I wanted to look at the cooperative relationships between these two states, specifically focusing on a lot of historical, archival research,” O’Brien said.