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How to respond to racist robocalls from North Idaho: Accordion-playing clowns, says Virginia man

Justin Beights has sought a permit to stage a whimsical, extremely annoying demonstration outside the Sandpoint-area home rented by Scott D. Rhodes – a man who appears to be responsible …

Spotlight: Spokane Fair unveils music lineup

Since I rounded up a host of new concerts in Friday’s 7 section, several more have been announced. The Spokane County Interstate Fair posted its lineup of Grandstand Concerts in …

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 25, 2012

Music review: Trophée Mondial opens in Spokane with flair

For the past 61 years, students and teachers of the accordion have come together for the Trophée Mondial (“World Cup”) de l’Accordeon, a competition extending over several days in which …

Bartell is the force behind this week’s international accordion fest

Patricia Bartell is a native Bolivian, adopted when she was nearly 5 by parents who took her home to Charlo, Mont., seven miles northeast of the National Bison Range. Her …

Squeeze play

At 7, Naomi Harris picked up the guitar. She put it down after three weeks. “I didn’t practice at all,” she said. “I quickly ended that.”

Spotlight: Master yodeler to play Bing

Yo-dee-leh-hee-hoo! Master yodeler Kerry Christensen will perform in Spokane on Tuesday in a concert to benefit the upcoming Trophée Mondial international accordion competition.

Spotlight: Bing will host accordion-fest

Spokane this fall will play host to a prestigious accordion competition. Really.

Symphony review: Accordion tango proves hard to match

The marketing slogan for this year’s Spokane Symphony season is simply “Say WOW.” Music Director Eckart Preu explains: “One of our goals this year is to surprise you at every …