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Spokane Symphony Classics No. 7

624-1200

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Classics Series No. 7 "Beethoven and Schubert" features a program of work by the two classical masters, and showcases the Symphony's Principal Second Violin Amanda Howard-Phillips and Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski. Feb. 28 at 8 pm and March 1 at 3 pm. Prices vary.
Spokane Symphony Classics No. 7

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Poetry & Fiction at the Heartwood

Sun., March 1, 2 p.m.
208-255-4410
Heartwood Center 615 S. Oak St., Sandpoint Sandpoint (map)

Reading featuring Spokane writers Sharma Shields, Tod Marshall, Shann Ray and Maya Jewell Zeller — some of the Northwest’s most outstanding writers. Free and open to the public.
Poetry & Fiction at the Heartwood

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Alton Brown Live: The Edible Inevitable Tour

Sun., March 1, 6:30 p.m.
800-325-7328
INB Performing Arts Center 334 W. Spokane Falls Blvd., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)
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Live 2-hour show featuring Alton Brown's quirky humor and culinary-science antics on stage. The show blends stand-up comedy and food experimentation in a talk-show, multimedia lecture format with live music. Audience interaction is enforced throughout the evening. TBD
Alton Brown Live: The Edible Inevitable Tour

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Stage Left Theater 108 W. Third Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

A contemporary, romantic comedy written by Stage Left’s Playwright-in-Residence, Sandra Hosking. Feb. 20-March 1; Fri-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 2 pm. $10
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The Secret Art of the Performer

Sun., March 1, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
208-534-1140

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Hope Marketplace 620 Wellington Place, Hope Rural Idaho (map)

A workshop concentrating on the necessity for performers to get to know themselves, their sensorial skills and imagination, feelings, memories, and creativity. $125
The Secret Art of the Performer

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Dr. Seuss’s 111th Birthday

Sun., March 1, 1-4 p.m.
893-8350
North Spokane Library 44 E. Hawthorne Rd., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

Local guest readers, including Spokane Indians mascot Otto and other civic leaders, share their favorite books throughout the day. Also includes photo opps, crafts and games. Free

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Jam for Bread

Sun., March 1, 3 p.m.
624-1366
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The duo of Benton & Gallagher, Free Whiskey (The Band) and Members of Spokane Area Youth Choirs perform to raise money for Crosswalk, the downtown Spokane teen shelter. $8-$15
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AlgoRhythms

Sun., March 1, 4:30-7:30 p.m.
926-8411
Iron Horse Bar & Grill 11105 E. Sprague Ave., Spokane Valley Spokane Valley (map)

Free
AlgoRhythms

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Kosh, Echo Elysium

Sun., March 1, 6 p.m.
800-523-2467
Coeur d'Alene Casino 37914 S Hwy 95, Worley Rural Idaho (map)

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BootSlam

Sun., March 1, 7-10:30 p.m.
703-7223
Boots Bakery & Lounge 24 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Competitive performance poetry, open to all skill levels. Poets have three minutes per round to present their original work, which is judged by five audience members, chosen at random. The poet with the highest cumulative score after two rounds wins $50. $5

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Guttermouth, Counterpunch

Sun., March 1, 7 p.m.
The Big Dipper 171 S. Washington St., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

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The Imitation Game

208-882-4127
The Kenworthy 508 S. Main St., Moscow Moscow/Pullman (map)

Based on the real life story of legendary cryptanalyst Alan Turing, the film portrays the nail-biting race against time by Turing and his brilliant team of code-breakers at Britain’s top-secret Government Code and Cypher School, during the darkest days of WWII. Feb. 26-March 1; show times vary. $3-$6; $50/10-film pass

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Little Shop of Horrors

334-0750
Regional Theatre of the Palouse 122 N Grand Ave,, Pullman Moscow/Pullman (map)

Performance of the sci-fi hit musical by composer Alan Menken and writer Howard Ashman. Feb. 19-March 1; Thur-Sat at 7:30 pm, Sun at 1:30 pm. $12-$20

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Honk! Jr. presented by CYT

509-227-7404
Bing Crosby Theater 901 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

A children's theater production of the classic tale of the ugly duckling. Feb. 20-21 and Feb. 27-March 1; Fri-Sat at 7 pm, Sat-Sun at 3 pm. $11-$14

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An Epoch Retrospective

509-229-3414
Dahmen Barn 419 N. Park Way, Uniontown Rural Eastern WA (map)

An exhibit of watercolor and collage paintings by Junette Dahmen (donor of the Dahmen barn) and Kay Montgomery, longtime artists and friends. March 1-31; opening reception March 1, from 1-4 pm. Gallery open Thur-Sun, from 10 am-4 pm. Free admission.

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Artist Jim Batell

893-8350
North Spokane Library 44 E. Hawthorne Rd., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

The Spokane "Dumpster Artist" displays his whimsical squirrel paintings done on recycled cardboard in the library's lobby. March 1-31.

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My Name Is Rachel Corrie

Mon., March 2, 7 p.m.
536-3839
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Every day we wake up to a world saturated with a deluge of headlines concerning horrific violence and unrest worldwide. Hope for change can often seem dim or simply impossible. Rachel Corrie was a passionate humanitarian from Olympia, Wash., working with a nonviolent resistance organization endeavoring to stop the demolition of Palestinian homes and wells. Her death at 23 in 2003 did not silence her voice, but allows her vision to live on in My Name is Rachel Corrie, a new play commemorating her life. That life, mission and death have become a symbol of hope worldwide, and the moving play is crafted from the writings of this courageous woman. Following the production, presented by the Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane, is a discussion with Rachel’s parents, Cindy and Craig, as well as director Forrest Potter and actress Erin Fitzgerald.

Mon, March 2, at 7 pm • Free • Gonzaga University Magnuson Theatre • 502 E. Boone • pjals.org • 313-6553 Free
My Name Is Rachel Corrie

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Leisure Cruise

Mon., March 2, 8 p.m.
The Bartlett 228 W. Sprague Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

If Blade Runner had been directed by Pharrell, the soundtrack would have probably sounded a lot like Leisure Cruise. The duo, a rare pairing of Dave Hodge (Broken Social Scene) and Leah Siegel (Firehorse, the Citizens Band), mostly avoid the predictably ironic approach to the craft of pop ambiance by coating the synths with a generous layer of conviction. The band, whose name is a nod to the seemingly inevitable journey of humans being forced to leave Earth and colonize other planets, instills their self-titled debut with a genuine sense of optimism in the face of global demise. $8/$10
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Elevation: James Beard House Practice Dinner

Mon., March 2, 5:30 p.m.
315-4613
Santé 404 W. Main Ave., Spokane Spokane - Downtown (map)

Chef Jeremy Hanson invites the community to a practice run for his March 7 dinner at the James Beard House in NYC for his Best Chef nomination. Proceeds and additional donations from the six-course dinner will aid his team with travel expenses. $125/person; reservations required

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Russian-Speaking Community Vaccines Forum

Mon., March 2, 5:30 p.m.
324-1480
Northeast Community Center 4001 N. Cook St., Spokane Spokane - North (map)

Local pharmacist Andrew Yeromenko leads a Q&A forum for the local Russian-speaking community on the importance of childhood vaccines and where to get them. Free

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