You searched for:

  • [X]Sheri Boggs
Start over

Search for…

Narrow Search

  • Category

  • Recent Authors

Sheri Boggs 

  • Beer and Branding in PDX

  • Nightlife- Jukeboxes of Note

      The Baby Bar 827 W. 1st Ave. * 471-1234 I love the Baby Bar for so many reasons -- the intimacy, the bartenders, the d & eacute;cor... But most of all, I love it for its jukebox. This is no hellhole of Sting/Celine Dion adult contemporary; it's a well
  • Nightlife- Bands to Watch

      Gorilla and Rabbit Aside from the fact that you can't help but watch Gorilla and Rabbit, you really should keep an eye on them. As much of a part of the Spokane scene as the Makers, metal and mullets, these oversized stuffed toys have crank
  • Indigenous Cinema

      Blame it on Kevin Costner. While he may have had good intentions with Dances With Wolves, you gotta wonder how many American Indians in the audience were asking themselves, "Why is this guy telling our story?" And while Costner's effort was
  • Hick Chicks' Slick Picks

      If you were to ask the Farm Chicks (aka Teri Edwards and Serena Thompson) what the sweet smell of success might smell like, they'd probably answer, in unison, "Peony." The two friends, who'd previously made a name for themselves with their
  • Rural Revolution

      All the farms I remember from growing up in North Idaho and Eastern Washington were not what you'd call stylish. In fact, what I do remember are blocky sofas covered in that ubiquitous mauve upholstery, copper Jell-O molds lining the kitche
  • Pictures of an Expedition

      First things first. Author Claire Rudolf Murphy has it on good authority that "Sacajawea" is pronounced the way we've always done it here in the Inland Northwest. Soft "j" sound, accents on the first and fourth syllables. Of course now, his
  • DVD Review

      "I'm Rick James, bitch." You know comedy's working if you can hear a line like that close to 43 times and still not be sick of it. Dave Chappelle's second season is one for the ages - it's John Belushi in Animal House, Eddie Murphy's "Miste
  • The Arts Badge

      I still have my Camp Fire Girls vest. Moth-nibbled, crumpled and looking every bit as old as it is, this one garment says a lot about me. In fact, it sorta says too much. Specifically, the damning evidence of my honor beads. Honor beads wer
  • Book Review

      Remember merit badges? Every Girl Scout worth her salt knew not only what the various emblems - a tent, the trefoil, a red cross - represented but how to get them. You'd go to the official handboo
  • Walking the Line

      To borrow from David St. Hubbins' trenchant observation in This Is Spinal Tap, "it's such a fine line between stupid and clever." Indeed. And nowhere (aside from mockumentaries perhaps) is that more clear than in the higher conceptual realm
  • Some Like It Hot

      The smell of roasting carnitas wafts through the air and you meditatively take a draw on your pineapple Jarritos. What to do next? The rowdy noises of a soccer tournament beckon, but then again, so do booths full of silver jewelry and bits
  • DVD Review

      Vera Drake never made it to Spokane. And at first, watching this cozy little slice of working- class London life, I had to wonder why. Stout, aging Vera (Imelda Staunton) bustles through a typical day -- visiting shut-ins, dusting the furnit
  • Flying with Words

      Robert Bly, with his wild white hair, solid Norwegian build and piercing gaze, would be an intimidating figure even if you encountered him just on the street. Like a modern-day Walt Whitman, there is something about Bly that's provocative,
  • Always Forever

      To some, Love You Forever is the most touching picture book ever written about the love parents harbor for their children. A mother sings the same lullaby (I'll love you forever / I'll like you for always / As long as I'm living / My baby y
  • Take Two

      If the filmmakers behind Sahara were hoping to instill in their audiences the same sensations - the blurred vision, the deadening thirst and above all, the fear of never escaping -- that one might experience while trapped in the desert, they
  • The Spirit of the Northwest

      When Get Lit started in 1998, it was a homespun local event designed primarily to promote local writers and publishers. And although the festival has grown to include some pretty big names in recent years (i.e., Kurt Vonnegut, David Sedaris
  • Just Like the Rest of Us

      If we could ask David Sedaris anything - anything - first and foremost would be "Dude, you live in a village in Normandy. What keeps you coming back to Spokane?" It's not that we don't appreciate Sedaris here; if anything it's exactly the
  • Get Lit 2005- Words On Fire

      If you ever find yourself getting down about Spokane's supposed inability to support any event that doesn't involve pavement and athletic shoes, remind yourself of Get Lit. What started seven years ago as a modest local literary festival hi
  • Citizen Jess

      Jess Walter wants to have a fishing derby. And not just any fishing derby, but one worthy of the Spokane River and everything that's in it. "The fish wouldn't win by size, but by weight," he explains. "Because there's so much lead in the r
  • Breakfast is Back

      I'll never forget the morning, about five years ago, when I pulled into the Lindaman's parking lot intent on grabbing some joe and a blueberry kolachy before heading to work. The empty parking lot should have been a clue but still I tugged
  • Take Two

      It's probably not fair to critique an IMAX film the same way you'd critique the week's new releases. After all, IMAX is pure formula: jaw-dropping cinematography + family friendly/mildly educational subject x 45 minutes or so, all raised to
  • DVD Review

      The 19th century created an almost inexhaustible supply of literary works ripe for cinematic translation. Great Expectations, Jane Eyre, The Phantom of the Opera, the entire Jane Austen canon ... all lend themselves to the kind of opulent cos
  • Pictures From the Revolution

      They were once the scourge of the art world and the laughingstock of Europe. It's hard to imagine now, when the images of the Impressionists have been plastered onto everything from coffee mugs to calendars. But in the 1860s and '70s, the I
  • Nightlife- Karaoke Bars

      The Star 1329 N. Hamilton St. * 487-1530 First things first: I can't sing. At all. So karaoke bars are about the last place I'd go on a Friday night. But a recent expedition to the Star showed me I've been missing out on a goldmine of ente

Recent Comments

© 2015 Inlander
Website powered by Foundation