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Wednesday, October 16, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Spotlight: Historic Homes series begins Oct. 16

For the 22nd year, Allegro, Baroque & Beyond will hold its Music in Historic Homes concert series. The concerts kick off on Oct. 16 and 17 at the Shadle-Veasey House, …

Spotlight: Steves to share benefits of travel at GU lecture

The well-known (and unabashedly outspoken) PBS travel expert Rick Steves is on the way back to Gonzaga University for a lecture at 5 p.m. Wednesday. Steves’ lecture title is provocative …

A Fantastique start to a wide-ranging classical season

The region’s fall classical music scene should be fantastique, if not positively Callithumpian. First, we have Symphonie Fantastique by Berlioz, which will be the Spokane Symphony’s season opener Sept. 17 …

Baroque ballet troupe joins Allegro tonight

Baroque ballet comes to Spokane tonight with a performance by Sinfonia of New York at the Bing Crosby Theater. The troupe of seven instrumentalists, a singer and two dancers will …

Spotlight: Third-party ‘Wicked’ tickets can be costly

Tickets to the Spokane engagement of “Wicked” go on sale Saturday, and the people at WestCoast Entertainment want to warn buyers about the perils of third-party tickets. Ticket agencies and …

Spotlight: Crowd braves First Night

First Night Spokane experienced a bit of a chill on New Year’s Eve. A chill?

Classical music season looks promising despite financial woes

The Spokane Symphony informally launched the local classical music season with a Labor Day weekend performance at Liberty Lake – but not its traditional concert at Comstock Park, canceled for …