Author Michael Lewis will speak in Spokane for Whitworth U forum in September
By Dan Nailen
Tags: Arts & Culture, Arts & Culture
The best films of the century so far? We've got some opinions about that
By Nathan Weinbender
Tags: Arts & Culture, Arts & Culture, New York Times, 25 Best Films of the Century, Zodiac, Talk to Her, Pan's Labyrinth, Kill Bill, Children of Men, Boyhood, Her, Moonlight, The Royal Tenenbaums, No Country for Old Men
The Blind Buck is Spokane's newest gay bar
The Globe Bar & Kitchen, Blind Buck bought out by the owner of Scotty's Doghouse
By Wilson Criscione
Tags: Arts & Culture, The Blind Buck, The Globe, Scott Wilburn, Pride Week, Pride Month, Spokane, gay bar, Arts & Culture
Dispatch from Sasquatch!: Klangstof's pre-show warmup
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Tags: Arts & Culture, Music, Arts & Culture, Music
2017 Spokane is Reading book is A Land More Kind Than Home
By Chey Scott
Tags: Arts & Culture, Spokane is Reading, Wiley Cash, A Land More Kind Than Home, Arts & Culture
SIFF 2017: Seattle's biggest film fest kicked off last weekend; we were there to check it out
Tags: Arts & Culture, SIFF, Seattle International Film Festival, Beatriz at Dinner, Brigsby Bear, The Force, The Trip to Spain, The Unknown Girl, Arts & Culture
Author Jess Walter to receive Humanities Washington Award this fall
Tags: Arts & Culture, Arts & Culture, Humanities Washington Awards, Spokane, Jess Walter, Martha Kongsgaard
Downtown nightclub Stray has closed its doors for good
Tags: Arts & Culture, Stray Nightclub, 509 Ultra Lounge, LGBTQ, Irv's. Nova Kaine, Le Gurlz, gay bar, drag show, Arts & Culture
2017-18 Best of Broadway Spokane show lineup announced
Tags: Arts & Culture, Best of Broadway, West Coast Entertainment, STCU, theater, Arts & Culture
Do you DIY, upcycle or craft? Get free materials Saturday at ZeroLandfill Spokane
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, upcycle, recycle, landfill, zero waste, zerolandfill, IIDA, design, crafting, DIY, architecture, event, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
What We've Been... Watching
From nature docs to comedy, and superheroes to cinematic masters
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, What We've Been..., Legion, Dave Chappelle, Planet Earth II, Nicholas Ray, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
Pullman artist's "cat power" design raises thousands for national, local nonprofits
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, Cori Dantini, Alternatives to Violence of the Palouse, ACLU, Planned Parenthood, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
Comic Margaret Cho headed to Northern Quest for June show
What We've Been... Playing
Anti-social-ish party games, word puzzles, bug battles and a long-awaited follow up
By Inlander Staff
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, What We've Been..., games, Pit People, SpellTower, Hollow Knight, Jackbox Games, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
THEATER REVIEW: Kinky Boots kicks down the door
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
What We've Been... Listening To
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, What We've Been..., music, podcasts, Future Islands, Mike Watt, FiveThirtyEight, Guitar Hero, Arts & Culture, For Fun!
Zuill Bailey Brings Home the Grammy
Local tabletop game makers find fast success for crowd-funded project Dice Throne
Tags: For Fun!, Arts & Culture, For Fun!, Dice Throne, Manny Trembley, Nate Chatellier, Kickstarter, games, tabletop game, Arts & Culture
National Geographic photographer encourages Spokane audience to understand the oceans' plights
Brian Skerry's work celebrates the sea and highlights its major problems
Tags: Arts & Culture, National Geographic, Brian Skerry, National Geographic Live!, Arts & Culture
Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture has its new executive director
The Spokane Civic Theatre's 2017-18 season lineup is out!
2017 Oscar nominees include record number of African-American actors, films of local interest
REVIEW: Pippin soars as high-flying journey of discovery
By E.J. Iannelli
What We've Been... Reading
Tags: Arts & Culture, For Fun!, What We've Been..., Arts & Culture, For Fun!
Share your West Central stories for a new, interactive art installation
Tags: Arts & Culture, Spark Central, Spokane Arts, West Central Dial-A-Story, Laboratory Spokane, Spokane Civic Theatre, Brooke Matson, Arts & Culture
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Written about a teenage confidential informant, bounty hunters and a train hopper who lost his…
Posted by: Happy Schwenkfelder
on Aug 21, 2019
St. Louis, Missouri. He covers criminal justice and has written about a teenage confidential informant,…
My opinion is that this is written with text
Posted by: Not Staff Is My Really Long Username That Makes Lines Wrap
on Aug 21, 2019
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