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Summer residency program at Spokane’s Laboratory results in dance/multimedia projects

Five new media artists and filmmakers from France, South Korea, Ireland and Colombia have been working with more than a dozen local dancers to create four very different interactive and …


Toil and trouble: Lilac City Fairy Tales brings ‘Weird Sisters’ and local authors to the stage

“Lilac City Fairy Tales” invites writers to explore theme of “Weird Sisters” in new anthology.


Vans Warped Tour announces lineup for 2017 festival; tour kicks off June 16 in Seattle

Vans Warped Tour announces lineup for 2017 festival, which kicks off in Seattle June 16.


Blues and Brews Festival benefits nonprofit

Enjoy local food, music and beer at the second annual Blues and Brews Festival. A portion of the proceeds will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters oif the Inland Northwest. When: …


Movie review: ‘Bad Moms’ is a shoddy mess that rings hollow

There’s a scene halfway through “Bad Moms,” wherein a PTA meeting full of suburban moms turns into a full-on frat house-style rager. Moms in sweater sets, khakis and sensible sneakers …


What’s happening: Events around the Inland Northwest

Our weekly rundown of events going on around the Inland Northwest.


Gallery calendar: Art shows around the Inland Northwest

Our weekly rundown of art gallery events going on around the Inland Northwest.


Stage listings: Shows around the Inland Northwest

Our weekly rundown of stage shows going on around the Inland Northwest.


Gallery glance: Printmaking on display at Spokane Art School

Among the regions best printmakers set up shop in the Garland District.


Connect with food producers at Food Gathering

Free event connects eaters with local producers.


Beach Cafe serves Anthony’s quality in casual space

This recommendation – which was more of a demand – came from the bosses. “You just have to review Anthony’s Beach Cafe,” they said in unison.


Beach Cafe serves Anthony’s quality in casual space

This recommendation – which was more of a demand – came from the bosses. “You just have to review Anthony’s Beach Cafe,” they said in unison.


One Tree cidery branches out

If all of One Tree’s hard ciders actually came from a single source, it would be quite the tree indeed. Since launching in June, in addition to straight apple, the …


Dear Mr. Dad: Shopping for school a pain in the wallet

Dear Mr. Dad: I can hardly believe that summer is almost over. It’s been a tough year financially for our family, and I’ve been putting off doing the back-to-school shopping …


Brad Paisley holds deeply to patriotism

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – While it’s true patriotism means different things to different people in the U.S., Brad Paisley thinks we can all agree on one aspect: Military personnel should be …


Memories of downtown magic

This 1957 photo showing The Bon Marche (now Macy’s) displaying its Christmas Madonna and adding a dramatic note to the sparkling yule decorations filling Spokane’s downtown streets inspired reminiscing of …


7 Nights Out

1 ‘Away in the Basement: A Church Basement Ladies Christmas’ The ladies come together to prepare for the annual Christmas pageant in this musical comedy.


Morning Review: Wheat, cow poop and the ultimate comeback kid

Check out our guide to today’s top Spokesman-Review stories.


National Lentil Festival

What: Celebrating 25 years of paying tribute to the Palouse’s favorite legume When: Today and Saturday


Morning Review: Rising stars, pumpkin punks and the great outdoors

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Morning Review: Guns in schools, quarterbacks and campfire cuisine

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