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  • Northside Swagger
  • Northside Swagger

    Swaxx brings 7,500 square feet of nightlife to the north end of town
      Why have you never heard of this place? Well, at 7,500 square feet, Swaxx isn’t just one of the largest nightclubs in town, it’s also one of the newest. The North Spokane spot is located on Lincoln Street just a few paces from Division, in the space formerly home to the infamous Swackhammers.
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  • A Hoopfest Tribute
  • A Hoopfest Tribute

    Basketball gets an artistic treatment in Spokane
      That’s just what Hoopfest’s executive director, Rick Steltenpohl, wanted to know. So roughly six months ago, he developed a committee of Hoopfest folks and representatives of the Parks Department and the city’s Arts Commission to explore creating a sculpture honoring the organization’s 25-year anniversary.
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  • For Your Consideration
  • For Your Consideration

    The Charles Dickens of graphic novels. Plus, new work from Joan Didion and a vegetarian baking book
      keeps the storyâeuro;™s location ambiguous, he makes clear comments on the similarities between Islam and Christianity. After reading the 672-page graphic novel, one reviewer called Thompson the âeuro;œCharles Dickens of the genre.âeuro;�.
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  • Certain Guilt
  • Certain Guilt

    The law seeks truth? America’s post-racial? David Mamet sticks an accusing finger in your face. (And somewhere else.)
      Take an early moment: Two defense lawyers — one black, one white — are deciding whether to take on the case of a mega-rich white man accused of raping a black woman. The black partner (David Casteal) points out to the alleged rapist (Patrick Treadway) that black people will be thrilled that he’s guilty — but not simply because he’s white.
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  • Digging Out
  • Digging Out

    Why watch a depressing movie about a dead kid? Because sometimes even sadness contains laughter and hope.
      In the film’s seemingly peaceful opening, Becca (Nicole Kidman) is attentively working her spacious garden, “trying to get things back in order,” she says to a neighbor. When her husband, Howie (Aaron Eckhart), comes home from work, she’s smiling, putting together a nice dinner for them.
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  • Bardcore
  • Bardcore

    When amps collided with iambic pentameter, the Metal Shakespeare Company was born
      Luke Dennis, the group’s bassist, signed onto the idea because, as he says, “A literate metal fan would be hard-pressed to dispute that there is anything more metal than the tragedies that befall the likes of Macbeth and Hamlet %uFFFD— both victims of their own treacherous environments and their own agonizing thoughts.
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