Plenty of opportunities await your attention in our event listings
, and in our carefully selected Staff Picks
. Take a look, you won't regret it.
No time? No problem. Here are some highlights for Wednesday, Jan. 21:
FILM/FOOD & DRINK
| We know you're not going to miss the opportunity to join the Inlander
for Suds and Cinema at the Bing
, where we'll screen The Royal Tenanbaums
by director — excuse me, Oscar-nominated
director — Wes Anderson. It's a modern classic packed with great performances. Seriously, Gene Hackman has never been better, and that's saying something. With Iron Goat Brewing providing some tasty libations and an after-party upstairs post-show, consider it a one-stop shop for a good time. Here's a look at the movie:
| Jones Radiator has their weekly jazz infusion Wednesday courtesy of Sally Bop Jazz
| The Inland Northwest Writers Guild is holding its monthly meeting
at Auntie's at 6:30 pm, this month featuring a presentation on how to pick that perfect cover for your self-published novel.
| If you're lucky enough to read this post in the morning, make your way to Spokane Falls Community College for some of their MLK Day festivities
at 11:30 am, including a keynote address by Erin Jones, Director of Equity and Achievement for the Federal Way School District, and appearance by spoken-word poet and musician Saul Williams, who will be on hand to sign copies of his book The Dead Emcee Scrolls
. Here's a look at Williams doing his thing: