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Your week

The Newsboys perform Wednesday at INB.
The Newsboys perform Wednesday at INB.

Your Food

Pull up a chair at Blue Table Kitchen and you just might leave with a new friendship. Rocket Bakery owners Julia and Jeff Postlewait and their friends Karen and Wayne Johnson have opened a new place to dine behind the Rocket Bakery in Millwood. Dinners range from five-course meals paired with wines to simple comfort fare, but the point is to bring people together around the table. In Wednesday’s Food section we’ll also have details on Method Juice Café, the new EJ’s Garden Bistro and why the West Wing of the White House Grill closed.

Also, don’t miss the debut of Dining with Dave and Dan, a monthly column on eating out by longtime restaurateur Dan Coyle and Spokesman-Review writer Dave Trimmer.

Your Fun

On CD (Tuesday)

Diana Krall, “Glad Rag Doll”

Muse, “The 2nd Law”

Van Morrison, “Born to Sing: No Plan B”

Heart, “Frantic”

Tori Amos, “Gold Dust”

Blake Shelton, “Cheers, it’s Christmas.”

On DVD (Tuesday)

“Dark Shadows”

“People Like Us”

In theaters (Friday)


“Taken 2”


Today: Bob Odenkirk (“Breaking Bad”) guests as a slimy lawyer who puts together a prenup for Barney on “How I Met Your Mother.” 8 p.m., CBS.

Tuesday: The Chances meet Sabrina’s mother – played by Melanie Griffith – at her grandmother’s funeral on the season premiere of “Raising Hope.” 8 p.m., Fox.

Wednesday: After a year apart, “Supernatural” siblings Sam and Dean are reunited. 9 p.m., The CW.

Thursday: “Grey’s Anatomy” flashes back to the aftermath of the plane crash. 9 p.m., ABC.

Friday: On “Blue Bloods,” Danny and Jackie continue to investigate an abuse claim after the woman recants and discover she’s having an affair with a politician. 10 p.m., CBS.

Saturday: Radiohead kicks off the 38th season of “Austin City Limits.” 11 p.m., KSPS.

Sunday: “Steel Magnolias” gets an update with an all-black cast, including Queen Latifah, Phylicia Rashad and Alfre Woodard. 9 p.m., Lifetime.

On stage

Chanticleer, Tuesday, University Auditorium, University of Idaho, Moscow

Citizen Cope, Tuesday, Knitting Factory

Newsboys, Wednesday, INB Performing Arts Center

“Scrambled McManus,” Thursday, Bing Crosby Theater

The Psychedelic Furs, Friday, Knitting Factory

Around town

Fall Antique and Collectors Sale, Friday through Sunday, Spokane County Fair and Expo Center

Mount Spokane Trail Day, Saturday, Mount Spokane State Park

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