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Stories tagged: entertainment

Concerts coming up

Unless otherwise noted, tickets are available through TicketsWest (TW; 800-325-SEAT, or Ticketmaster (TM; 509-735-0500, Prices listed do not include service charges. Tickets for events at the Martin Woldson …

Ballet and Bubbly

What: Champagne-and-chocolate reception followed by four new works, including “Holiday Ventures” – with music from the Spokane Surf Trio – by New York City Ballet’s Charles Askegard. When: Wednesday, 8:30 …

Dance the night away at First Night

First Night Spokane, Spokane’s big downtown New Year’s Eve celebration, is all teed up – all you have to do is buy a $12 button and take a big swing. …

People: Dennis Quaid tells his ex Meg Ryan to get over it

A new round of hostilities has broken out between Dennis Quaid and Meg Ryan, who, until their 2001 divorce, served for a decade as Hollywood’s epitome of the perfect couple. …

A Comedy Of Trial, Errors Makers Of First Sitcoms Try To Learn What Makes Russians Laugh

This is a scene from the new Russian sitcom “Funny Business, Family Business.” Photo by Associated Press

Martha Stewart Gets Control Of Magazine, Show

Martha Stewart, who turned her tips on gracious living in the 1990s into a $200 million media empire, on Tuesday took control of her namesake magazine and TV series. Stewart …

Movie Needs Extras For A Cast Of Thousands Filmmakers To Hire Some 2,000 For Wallace Set Of ‘Dante’s Peak’

Filmmakers expect to hire as many as 2,000 people as extras in a movie being filmed in Wallace this summer, an official said Tuesday. Casting calls are scheduled for early …

Live Jams In Acoustic Sets

Live played at The Gorge Friday night. Photo by Associated Press

Tuck And Patti Bring Message Carried On Powerful Music

Tuck and Patti

Natalie Takes You Back Natalie Cole Does Her Father Proud With Romantic Repertoire And Mastery Of Phrasing

Natalie Cole won the Best Jazz Vocal Performance Grammy in 1994. Photo by Associated Press

Simon Sings

Carly Simon is on a mini-tour showcasing songs from her ‘94 album “Letters Never Sent.” Photo by Associated Press

Conductors Put To Test In Festival Season Finale

Spokane Symphony Orchestra Saturday, Aug. 19, at The Festival at Sandpoint Six young conductors from the Schweitzer Institute of Music led the Spokane Symphony Orchestra in the finale of this …