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  • Art-tober
  • Art-tober

    Spokane Arts sets aside the month to recognize and celebrate the emerging arts scene
  • Art Al Fresco
  • Art Al Fresco

    Wandering Spokane on foot will take you to some of the city's most loved public art
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  • What Money Can't Buy
  • What Money Can't Buy

    Spokane Civic Theatre has a seven-figure budget, but its seven front-of-house volunteers are just as important
  • Death Defiant
  • Death Defiant

    The classical arts are hanging tough in the Inland Northwest, even with smaller pocketbooks
  • Children of Art
  • Children of Art

    INK Art Space has made a place for youth to express themselves in all art forms
  • Just Listen
  • Just Listen

    A veteran of the Spokane music scene tells us why you should love your local tunes
  • The Musical Man
  • The Musical Man

    Troy Nickerson has been directing some of the region’s most popular musicals for 20 years, and he’s only picking up steam
      Spend half a minute in the company of Inland Northwest actors, whether professional or amateur, and you’re bound to hear them mention the name Troy. That’s it ” just Troy, a mononym like M
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  • A Place to Call Home
  • A Place to Call Home

    The Bartlett still has miles to go, but the spirit of the new music venue is very much alive
      Progress is in full view. Tubing, rubble piles, sawhorses, electrical cords ” one has to be careful not to trip over jagged edges while meandering through the Bartlett, Spokane’s soon-to-be-open
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  • Making Cool Stuff
  • Making Cool Stuff

    The tech-focused DIY movement finds a home in Spokane
      Beyond the Linux-based computer lab, windows into smaller rooms reveal computer towers in various states of disassembly, tables of soldering tools and tiny microcontrollers, loose cords and wrenches.
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  • The Connector
  • The Connector

    Meet Shannon Roach Halberstadt, the Spokane art scene’s new best friend
      Shannon Roach Halberstadt is new to Spokane, but she’s already proud to be here. On a recent chilly morning, she’s wearing a denim jacket ” one that already has a metal Spokane Expo &rsquo
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  • Fall Arts Preview: September
  • Fall Arts Preview: September

      THEATER BRIGHTON BEACH MEMOIRS Nich Witham, who recently trod the Interplayers boards in Speech and Debate and Sirens, returns to star as teenaged Eugene Jerome in Neil Simon’s
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  • Fall Arts Preview: October
  • Fall Arts Preview: October

      MUSIC ANDY McKEE Andy McKee ranks among the world’s most talented acoustic guitar soloists, coming from humble beginnings as a YouTube sensation. The online community brought his cli
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  • The Word Boom
  • The Word Boom

    The creative writing program at EWU is the engine of Spokane’s thriving literary scene
      Huddled around a table in a bustling South Hill pub, five writers are talking about writing. This is what writers do when they’re not writing, and it’s not unusual for them to do it in pla
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  • Architecture For Your Head
  • Architecture For Your Head

    Olive + Boone shakes up conventional ideas in fashion and art with its edgy, modern headwear
      Erin Haskell’s hats aren’t for wallflowers. Women who wear her creations, adorned with sweeping feathers, light-reflecting crystals and delicate lace, will stand out in a crowd and should
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