Thursday, February 12, 2015

Norman classes it up, Miranda gets grimy and wolf foes face off

Posted By on Thu, Feb 12, 2015 at 10:32 AM

A slew of opportunities for your entertainment pleasure awaits in our event listings and carefully considered Staff Picks.

No time to peruse? Here are some highlights for Thursday, Feb. 12: 

COMMUNITY | If you're itching for some verbal sparring on a volatile social, economic and public health issue, but you're sick and tired of the vaccine "debate," consider popping over to the Gonzaga campus for what is sure to be a great discussion and debate on Wolves in the Pacific Northwest

FILM/MUSIC EVENTS & CONCERTS | The Spokane Symphony gets into some crazy soundtracking, playing along live to a screening of Hitchcock classic Psycho tonight at the Fox. Read our story about the grizzly idea to combine live instruments and a lot of dead people visiting the Bates Motel. 

THEATER | Neil LaBute's Reasons to be Pretty continues its run at the Spokane branch of the Modern Theater. Read about the show right here

MUSIC EVENTS & CONCERTS | If you think Miranda Lambert is just another blonde bombshell playing pop-country, you might want to reconsider before she finds out — Lambert is one tough lady, and pens the vast majority of her songs, unlike so many of the all-hat, no-cattle country boys glutting the radio. She headlines the Spokane Arena Thursday night. Here's a bit of her sound: 

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