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October is a special time of year to watch movies. Other than watching Christmas movies around the holidays, I can’t think of any moment in the year as synonymous with one genre as scary movies around Halloween. But there’s one type of horror movie that hits even harder around All Hallow’s Eve: monster movies.
Congresswoman Maxine Waters. Queen of memes. Giver of gifs. Inspirer of song. How did the gentlelady representing California, the most senior Black woman in the House, become a social media darling for millennials and beyond?
About two years ago, in honor of TV Guide Magazine's 60th anniversary, magazine staff released a list of the top cartoons of all time, deeming it "The Definitive Ranking of 'The Simpsons,' 'Peanuts' and More Old Cartoons From Your Childhood."
Dogs might not use clocks to tell time like humans do, but they are pretty good at following a schedule. They often know when it is time for a walk, dinner or sleep. A lot of animals rely on something called a circadian rhythm, a 24-hour cycle, to help them figure out when it is time to do different things.
This week, in addition to our usual circus act, the Dittos are babysitting two small children ages 3 and 1. Their parents are a young couple who have watched our kids a couple times while we were on vacation, and all the payment they asked for is that we return the favor.
On Aug. 7, Terrain launched "Art in the Time of Quarantine," a gallery show and art auction that featured work from 26 artists, all of whom created new work around a common theme: the world they envision and/or hope to see post-coronavirus pandemic.
Back to sleep. That’s the mantra, the right mantra, for infants. Since we’ve done that – having babies sleep on their backs and not their tummies – we’ve dropped infant mortality from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by a whopping 66%.
The podcast is an increasingly popular medium for the distribution of news and entertainment. From news programs to comedy shows, podcasts have a lot to offer. They’re ideal for keeping one focused during a long drive or run or while doing the laundry.
At a time of disarray and struggle, Dolly Parton has released a new song, “When Life Is Good Again,” which premiered last week on ew.com, as did the accompanying music video on time.com.
Spokane professional organizer Katie Regelin at first felt overwhelmed finding time to do elaborate projects during stay-home orders. She wanted to get more done in shorter intervals.
The Liberty Lake Library has begun offering live story times on Facebook twice a week as it searches for ways to continue providing services to the people who usually walk through the front door.
There are beloved movies you’ll stop to watch no matter what while flipping through the dozens of TV channels. It doesn’t matter if the film has just started, the breakup has occurred, or it’s about 10 minutes until the reconciliation, sealed with a kiss in the rain or snow, that wraps it all up.
The shows must go on! Spokane Civic Theatre’s streaming series returns tonight at 7:30 with the Tony Award-winning “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time,” followed by “Young Frankenstein” at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Suddenly home-schooling: Tips are offered by Spokane home-schooling parents and an educator to encourage adults on short notice who are making sure kids keep learning in these days out of school because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is a gaping void by the lack of live musical entertainment. YouTube offers some solace. The following list of the top 10 concerts of all time is obviously purely subjective. There are a number of bands, who could have and should have been on the list.
Legislation introduced Monday would make abortion a crime in Idaho should the U.S. Supreme Court overturn Roe v. Wade, the ruling establishing abortion rights nationwide.
JUST OVER A YEAR AGO, KITTITAS' BROCK RAVET BROKE A SCORING RECORD THAT HAD STOOD FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. NOW, THAT MARK IS IN JEOPARDY OF BEING BROKEN AGAIN. OUR TAYLOR BROOKS INTRODUCES US TO A SMALL-TOWN KID DOING BIG THINGS ON THE HARDWOOD.
Volunteers with the city’s Point in Time Count, the annual one-week survey of the homeless population, have spent the last week conducting outreach to those experiencing homelessness.
The city of Spokane is soliciting volunteers for the annual “Everybody Counts Campaign” point-in-time count, the yearly survey of the region’s homeless population mandated by the federal government and used to track community trends in homelessness.
Intermittent fasting has shown success in helping people lose weight, but some people can find it difficult to eat normally most days and then severely restrict their food intake other days.