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  • A Decade Strong
  • A Decade Strong

    Time to gear up for yet another music festival, with one of Elkfest's most anticipated lineups ever
  • The People's Festival
  • The People's Festival

    Can't afford Sasquatch? A local 21-year-old and his high school friends think they have the answer for you.
      The indie-pop and rock lovefest at the Gorge Amphitheater was the first major music festival that Mell ever attended as a young adult. He’d camp the entire weekend with his friends, and each year that he went, he learned about “a plethora” of new bands and music.
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  • Surviving Sasquatch
  • Surviving Sasquatch

    Here are our picks for who to see (and a few to skip).
      Don’t get too close — you want to hear the rest of the festival. (JS) Banana Shack, 10:10 pm.
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  • Get SpIFFed
  • Get SpIFFed

    Your complete guide to this week's Spokane International Film Festival
      ALAMAR AMC | Sat, Feb. 12 | noonMEXICAN DRAMA This movie will make you want to quit your life, buy a tiny boat, and fish for a living in Mexico. We follow a father and his young son, who’s vis
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  • See the Rainbow
  • See the Rainbow

    GLBT films explore diversity and issues within the community.
      It isn’t always about glitter and rainbows or the six-inch spike of a drag queen’s pumps. The harsh reality is, sexual assault happens. Gender reassignment surgery can tear a family apart, and some people face violence when they pick up a flag at a gay pride parade.
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  • In Focus
  • In Focus

    Feed the reel, sit back and enjoy the projector's whir as you watch a film on actual film.
      “If I had the money, I’d shoot everything on film,” says filmmaker Bob Moricz. “I’m most satisfied with that.” Moricz will be one of more than a dozen artists presenting his movies at Flicker Spokane, the local version of the international film festival devoted to, well, film.
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  • Party on the Panhandle
  • Party on the Panhandle

    The Festival at Sandpoint isn’t just a bunch of concerts. It’s filled with food, beer, wine, fireworks and yoga.
      Festival at Sandpoint takes place under the big top, but it has nothing to do with a circus or revival meeting. Instead, the city of Sandpoint has developed its own bigtent festivities — and after 28 years, the Festival at Sandpoint is pretty damn iconic.
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  • Purple Plays
  • Purple Plays

    After a day of arts, crafts, food, wine and music, why not throw some theater in as well?
      At a small-town festival like Newport’s, you can savor the aroma of flowers in full bloom, stroll among artisans’ booths, sip wine, shop at an open-air market or enjoy live music. But after the Pend Oreille Lavender Festival closes down in the evening, what can you do with your nights?.
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  • Giant Steps
  • Giant Steps

    The Sasquatch Festival leaves a huge footprint.
      Nine is admittedly not as round and auspicious a number as 10. But it’s a milestone in its own right. The long-standing Washington state indie rock mainstay, Sasquatch Festival, celebrates its ninth year this year. Two hours from any kind of real civilization, the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Wash.
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