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  • Lights, Camera, Skate
  • Lights, Camera, Skate

    Two local artists have transformed their love of skateboarding into a new variety show on Community Television.
      is often viewed as a vaguely antisocial âeuro;” even outlaw âeuro;” activity. But two area skaters are out to change that. Russell âeuro;œRuskaâeuro;� Williams and Matthew Winters have done more than bond over a shared love of skateboarding.
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  • Time Travelers
  • Time Travelers

    For some local store owners, finding intriguing merchandise isn’t just business, it’s an obsession.
      Ever wish you could travel back through time — not to alter the past, but to revive an experience? That kind of journey is possible on just about any Saturday afternoon in Spokane, thanks t
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    A raucous good time from Thee Oh Sees. Plus, vintage horror and a Berlin filmmaker to check out.
      WEBwww.reynold-reynolds.com During this year’s Flicker Film Festival in Spokane, I was transfixed by a trio of shorts by Berlin-based filmmaker REYNOLD REYNOLDS. His disquieting, voyeuristic
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  • 'Root For Ruin,' Les Savy Fav
  • 'Root For Ruin,' Les Savy Fav

    Les Savy Fav is at its best with Root for Ruin. And, maybe, the best modern rock out there.
      This is the sound of a ferocious, seasoned rock force at its creative zenith. Listen.
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  • Super Rock!
  • Super Rock!

    Three titans - Dylan, Nugent and Mellencamp - will rock the Inland Northwest this week.
      What do you do when three titans of classic rock descend upon Spokane simultaneously during the dog days of August to slay boredom and annihilate complacency? What else but declare a Super Rock Week!
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  • 'Crazy for You,' Best Coast
  • 'Crazy for You,' Best Coast

    A modern surf pop album perfect for the end of summer.
      Minimal in the very best sense, Crazy For You, the debut album by California-based femme/homme duo Bethany Cosentino and Bobb Bruno (aka Best Coast), drips with deep reverb. Heavy-lidded melodies marr
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  • 'EP,' Belt of Vapor
  • 'EP,' Belt of Vapor

    Belt of Vapor feels trapped. And on their new record, that's a very good thing.
  • The Original American Idol
  • The Original American Idol

      Evel Knievel, this planet's most celebrated motorcycle daredevil, who inspired a generation of boys to climb upon their own two-wheelers and damn near kill themselves, died last month at the age of 69.
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  • Beer and Branding in PDX

  • Protest Rocks

      by Luke Baumgarten and Mike corrigan & r & It's odd that Son Volt would play Pig Out in the Park. They have an edgy, barroom country-rock sound and an ambitious new album that, essentially, hails the return of the politically fuelled, socially conscious sing
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  • Cover Me

  • Jack of All Trades

      There's something to be said for real music snobs. These are not the people who simply listen to only the most obscure bands in a certain genre. These are people who love music for, well, the music.
  • Frosty, Cold and Loud

      by Mike Corrigan and Brian Everstine & r & Like pilgrims to the Holy Land, so, too, do area beer and blues lovers venture out each summer seeking the fountainhead of their devotion, the object of their worship and the spiritual enlightenment they so crave on
  • Mulling Over Muldaur

    On Maria Muldaur
      Everything I've read in advance of this show takes the same general line. And it goes like this: There is so much more to singer Maria Muldaur than "Midnight at the Oasis." While that ce
  • Songs for the Deaf

    How did we miss Helen Stellar?
      I'll admit it, I'm a sucker for big, thick, fuzzy guitars. And echo. Love that stuff. That's why I'm currently kicking myself for not giving Helen Stellar a listen before today. It's just what do
  • Shake, Shimmy and Shimmer

    Is it a floor polish? Is it a dessert topping?
      Shimmer. It's a floor polish. It's a dessert topping. Nope, Shimmer is a three-piece band from the dank streets of Seattle with a deep and abiding love for both full-bodied rocking and slippery boot
  • The Fun in Fundraiser

    Help two burn victims by showing up at the Knitting Factory
      Alexander Brown and Brian Ashmore, the two 4-year old boys from Spokane who were burned recently after an accident involving gasoline and a plastic slide, could sure use a little help. The severe burn
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  • Rococo-Era Pizza

      Submitted for your edification: The building at 520 W. Main Ave. that has housed Rocky Rococo for the past 18 years was once an early 20th-century movie theater called the Ritz. Remnants of the old theater's motion picture glory days can
  • Nightlife- Hey, Bartenders!

      Erin Fasbender at the B-Side In my opinion, what makes bartenders great has less to do with how many recipes they can memorize or how sublimely they can blend ingredients and much more to do with how fast they can get the drink I ordered
  • Lost Colony

      In my lifetime, I've had the misfortune of witnessing the eradication of three of Spokane's vintage bowling alleys -- three Lebowski-worthy, family-friendly fun centers that were unceremoniously leveled, gutted or otherwise erased from his
  • Sunset Hill Hideout

      Talk about low-key. Fiesta Charra (atop the Sunset Hill next to the Motel 6) is not only located on the western outskirts of town, it's also sort of hunkered down in a hole and partially obscured by a bunch of overgrown flora. Which of co
  • Empyrean Delight

      The word Empyrean is derived from a Greek phrase translated as "in fire," but later it came to mean "heaven." (Yes, I looked it up.) While not exactly a godly abode, there is something sublime about the new caf & eacute; on South Madison that bear
  • What's Your Poison?

    When did the art start bleeding out of rock music?
      & & When did the art start bleeding out of rock music? When did showmanship and concept get stuffed in the trunk so that the steering wheel could be locked in one direction and the cruise control could be set at 110
  • Bring on the BoB

    It's time once again for the battle of the bands.
      It's that time again. That's right, all you lovely lads and lasses, it's time once more to kick off the dawn of summer vacation with the city of Spokane's annual battle of the teenage bands com
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