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Tammy Marshall is a photographer and the calendar editor for The Inlander. She also produces video content for Inlander.com.
  • Machete
  • Machete

    They just f---ed with the wrong Mexican.
      Sure, it’s a cheap, B-movie that relies on naked women (including Lindsay Lohan) and skull-cracking fistfights to entertain macho audiences and maintain the director’s filmic style. Ultimately, however, Machete.
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  • Good Times
  • Good Times

    Winter events worth checking out this season.
      During the upcoming Camping Winter Overnight Adventure, sponsored by Mountain Goat Outfitters and FLOW Adventures, experts will demonstrate how to make the best out of any camping trip — including one in the frigid wilderness. Learn how to stay warm and have fun in freezing temperatures.
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  • Ten Years to the top
  • Ten Years to the top

    How Spokane got the best party around
      — a 10-year veteran and a major player in First Night — will be teaching people how to make their own magical flute at Merlyn’s Comic Book Shop. Another First Night regular, the Celtic Nots/Haran Irish Dancers, will perform at the Convention Center Ballroom.
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  • Exit Through the Gift Shop
  • Exit Through the Gift Shop

      if you haven’t heard of the Michael Jordan of street artists or other members of this handful of underground craftsmen (like shepard Fairey and space invader), you’ll need to look them up before seeing this film. the premise itself is a tad confusing to explain, even with.
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  • 'Packing for Mars,' Mary Roach
  • 'Packing for Mars,' Mary Roach

    Bodily functions. Weightlessness. Think about it.
      NASA’s policy on sex used to be “What happens in outer space, stays in outer space” — making the whole thing like a kind of extraterrestrial Las Vegas. When it comes to the oddities and uncomfortable moments that astronauts encounter, however, the raucously entertaining nuances that Roach uncovers in this book leave little to the imagination.
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  • Princess Ka'iulani
  • Princess Ka'iulani

    Take everything from one spoiled princess and all you’re left with is drama.
      there used to be a time when pineapple wasn’t securely brought to us by Dole. a time when hawaii was a sovereign nation, with a beautiful palace and an even more beautiful royal family in control of the throne. as the 19th century grew to a close, however, american businessmen began to see the financial potential of the annexation of hawaii.
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  • Art Happenings in December
  • Art Happenings in December

    Chamber music in a stranger’s parlor. A single evening in Catalonia. Tea service with St. Nick.
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  • By Their Covers
  • By Their Covers

    At SpoCon, an illustrator beloved by sci-fi geeks, children’s book authors and death metal bands alike.
      SpoCon, Spokane’s annual nerdstravaganza, will host illustrator Michael Whelan as its guest of honor this year. Whelan is a 15-time Hugo Award winner (the geek version of the Pulitzer) and the o
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  • A Single Man
  • A Single Man

    So beautiful that no one cares about the plot — even director Tom Ford.
      We meet Firth's character on what he intends to be the last day of his life, following him as he puts things in perfect order. as in Ford's cinematic vision, Firth's character manages every detail. he sets out the clothes he wants to be buried in, cleans out his safety deposit box and sets his papers in lawless order.
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  • 'The Long Song,' Andrea Levy
  • 'The Long Song,' Andrea Levy

    Andrea Levy’s fictional memoir retells the history of slavery in Jamaica.
      Yet Levy manages to evoke both the cruelty and ridiculousness of some of the punishments, with some of the satire directed at Caroline: “The missus’s favored punishment was to strike July sharply upon the top of the head with her shoe,” Levy writes.
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  • The Girl on the Train
  • The Girl on the Train

    A woman falsely claims to be a hate-crime victim. You could just dismiss her — or you could try to understand her.
      In téchiné’s film, the incident itself lies as a backdrop to Jeanne’s relationships with her mother and her thug of a boyfriend. (they wreak havoc on poor Jeanne.) her mother is played by the famous French ilm star catherine Deneuve (Belle de Jour, Indochine).
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  • Brought to Market
  • Brought to Market

    The northern suburbs have a new farmers market catering to foodies, the bourgeoisie and the gluten-free. Plus, a map to all the region's markets.
      For half a decade, Lori Musgrave spent a good portion of each day visiting the local outdoor marketplace in Eglesbach, Germany, purchasing the fresh fruits, veggies and meat she was going to eat that day.
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  • Left at the Baghdad Zoo
  • Left at the Baghdad Zoo

    A Spokane writer has turned a soldier’s rescue efforts into children’s nonfiction.
      “Why did you do this?” After months of recovery efforts in the aftermath of the 2003 American invasion of Iraq, a crowd of Iraqis gathered at the Baghdad Zoo are screaming at an American A
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  • Janet Fitch
  • Janet Fitch

    On the L.A. punk rock scene of the '80s
      Most famous for: Her Oprah Book Club selection, White Oleander (1999), a novel which details the heart-wrenching life of teenager Astrid Magnussen, who’s placed in different foster homes after h
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  • Janet Wong
  • Janet Wong

    Meet the lawyer turned children's author who was on Oprah
      Most famous for: Having left the world of corporate law to become a children's book author and since she appeared on Oprah during a segment on how to live your dreams Janet Wong has become an inspira
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  • Tracing Cowboys
  • Tracing Cowboys

    A trip to Mexico on Dia de los Muertos
      For a film that concludes with a convergence of two souls in Mexico on the Day of the Dead, it’s ironic that its real-life star died in a car accident on the final day of shooting. The star, S
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  • The Big Book of Soul - Stephanie Bird
  • The Big Book of Soul - Stephanie Bird

    How much do you really know about "voodoo"?
      Before the earthquake, this major form of worship — a combination of Catholicism and West African spirituality — seemed to exist only in movies and mythology. Average Americans likely have little knowledge of Vodou’s traditions, culture or even its transportation from Africa to French-speaking Haiti.
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  • Amreeka
  • Amreeka

    A heart-warming travelogue about coming to the real America
      Not so luckily, their entrance to the land of freedom occurs right after the start of Operation Freedom. With anti- Arab sentiment on red alert, the mother-son duo arrive at the airport and end up with all their savings confiscated after a bomb-sniffing dog mistakes a cookie tin full of Palestinian cash for a detonator.
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  • "I See Rude People," Amy Alkon
  • "I See Rude People," Amy Alkon

    Hard-bound lessons from our own advice goddess
      Amy Alkon wants Barry the Starbucks patron to stop yelling into his cell phone about his herpes. She wants tailgaters to get out of her rear-view mirror and then get a ticket. And she wants that guy who stole her powderpink Rambler to receive a sweet karma smackdown.
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  • Into the Storm
  • Into the Storm

    Brendan Gleeson uncovers Churchill in this sequel to HBO's The Gathering Storm
      This film dramatizes Churchill’s reign during the tumultuous firestorm that was England during World War II. It also covers the lesser-known way the United Kingdom dropped Churchill in favor of the Labor Party, shortly after winning the war. A tad ungrateful, some would say.
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  • Ink
  • Ink

    If all low-budget fairy tales were this good, blockbuster makers Peter Jackson and Guillermo del Toro would be out of a job.
      The science-fiction/fantasy film follows 8-year-old Emma (Quinn Hunchar) through a multidimensional netherworld after a disgusting monster named Ink has stolen her, intending to hand her over to dark forces.
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  • "The Trump Card," Ivanka Trump
  • "The Trump Card," Ivanka Trump

    A much more enlightening read than anything Paris Hilton ever wrote
      In case you didn’t know, Ivanka Trump doesn’t have a lot in common with other college graduates of the last decade. She didn’t graduate heavily in debt while pondering how she was going to get a job. She probably never even blinked a designer mascara-coated eyelash at the cratering of the stock market.
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  • Inlander picks
  • Inlander picks

      Tour des Lacs • March 19-20 (preliminary rounds); leaves at 6:30 am or 7:30 am (depending on route) • Spokane Red Lion River Inn • 700 N. Division • Price: $86 (without cruise), $109 (with cruise), adults; $35 (without cruise), $55 (with cruise), kids • Visit: roundandround.
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  • Fall Arts 16-Week Calendar

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  • Book Review

      In Snuff, an aging porn star named Cassie Wri

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