by Inlander Staff & r & & r & Macabre Fables & r & If you've ever wished for the theatricality of the Decemberists, but with perhaps a more Renaissance edge (like harpsichord-sounding things), then you've been waiting for Faun Fables. They play the Shop tonight.
Schedule Change in Browne's & r & There have been some changes for Get Down In Browne's, and some of the flyers (including our own ArtFest guide in this very issue) are incorrect, so pay attention, because this list is definitive:
& lt;ul & & lt;li & Friday, June 2 & r & 4 pm The Shirkers & r & 6 pm Melefluent & r & 8 pm La Cha Cha & lt;/li & & lt;li & Saturday, June 3 & r & Noon Frame of Mind & r & 2 pm Locke & r & 4 pm The Weapons & r & 6 pm Burns Like Hellfire & r & 8 pm Shim & lt;/li & & lt;li & Sunday, June 4 & r & 1 pm Johanna Kunin & r & 3 pm Paleo & r & 5 pm Velella Velella & lt;/li & & lt;/ul &
More on Sasquatch & r & From the folks who brought you the Inland Northwest's biggest Sasquatch! preview now present the biggest online Sasquatch! wrap-up. Check out Inlander.com to read shocking tales of soaring beer prices, funnel cake abuse and biblical pestilences (hail, floods, Tragically Hip fans) not seen since the book of Exodus.
Meet the Press & r & We're contractually obligated to tell you that your favorite (or least favorite, most despised) music and arts writers will be staffing the Inlander's booth this week at ArtFest. Come to Coeur d'Alene Park in Browne's Addition and throw something at us, or, you know, just talk. See Buzz Bin (page 23) for info.
The new one is smart and funny and action-packed, and it’s bigger and better and sleeker. And Downey does it again, this time ramping up Stark’s arrogant wisecracking, telling anyone who’ll listen (mostly women) that, via the creation of his powerful Iron Man suit, he’s brought years of uninterrupted peace to the world.