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UPDATED: Wed., May 22, 2019

Yoke’s manager and KISS superfan brings Gene Simmons’ soda to Washington, meets his idol in process

Dave Slackman, KISS fan and assistant manager of Yoke’s Fresh Market in South Richland, was successful in getting KISS frontman Gene Simmons’ MoneyBag Soda on Yoke’s shelves, so he was …


Former campaign staffer alleges in lawsuit that Trump kissed her without her consent; White House denies charge

A staffer on Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign says he kissed her without her consent at a small gathering of supporters before a Florida rally, an interaction that she alleges …


UPDATED: Tue., Feb. 5, 2019

KISS keeps the spectacle level high with ‘End of the Road’ stop at Spokane Arena

After an artistic reveal, the iconic rock band took center stage in Spokane for the final time.


Concert review flashback: Not exactly a ‘KISS good night’ in Spokane

In 1977, a Spokesman-Review staff writer went to see KISS perform at the Spokane Coliseum. He was not impressed.


The critics need to KISS off: One editor’s impassioned defense of his all-time favorite rock band

When KISS played the old Spokane Coliseum in 1977, a Spokesman-Review critic was not impressed. Current editor Rob Curley goes to bat in defense of his rock icons.


On sale: Have $2,500 to spend? That’ll get you a front-row VIP ticket to KISS in Spokane

In case you’re wondering, that top-end $252 ticket for KISS is not a VIP experience. One of those, which includes a meet and greet with the band, will set you …


UPDATED: Mon., Oct. 29, 2018

Kiss will play Spokane in February during final tour

The Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena announced Monday that the Kiss: “End of the Road” tour will play at the venue on Feb. 4.


UPDATED: Mon., Aug. 20, 2018

Idaho schools look to boost security in wake of shootings

Idaho Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra is preparing to pitch a $21 million school safety initiative – Keep Idaho Students Safe, or KISS – to the Legislature in January.


Kiss still ready to rock and roll

Known for outrageous stage antics and its makeup-and-leather aesthetic, Kiss is as much a brand as a band, with likenesses of its members adorning everything from comic books to pinball …


Gene Simmons, Paul Stanley continue to rock and roll all night

Kiss may be one of the best-known bands in rock, but it hasn’t exactly been the most consistent. Over the past 36 years, Gene Simmons and company have released 37 …


Spotlight: ‘Thunderballs’ rolling with casting call

The Spike TV sitcom pilot “Thunderballs” will start filming in Spokane this week. Dude, the casting call speaks volumes about this show. For one thing, they are seeking someone to …