Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Pulitzer-winning rebels, smart talk and the lively Dodos

Posted By on Tue, Mar 10, 2015 at 10:31 AM

A week out from St. Patrick's Day seems like a fine day to start getting warmed up for those festivities. You don't want that green beer to be too much of a shock to the system. So scroll your way through out event listings and Staff Picks and see what's going down around town. 

As I did the same, here were the highlights I found for Tuesday, March 10: 

WORDS | Humanities Washington brings its Think & Drink series back to Lindaman's in Spokane Tuesday night for a discussion on Race and Diversity in Sports, hosted by writer Shann Ray. Enjoy a beverage and a bite and chat with Bob Bartlett from EWU. 

WORDS | Pulitzer-winning journalist Chris Hedges swings by The Bing for a talk called "The Wages of Rebellion." Read our interview with Hedges before you go. 

LIVE BANDS | The excellent indie duo The Dodos headline a gig at The Bartlett Tuesday night. Read our interview with the band, and you just might find in them a new favorite for your music collection. When I saw them a year ago, they definitely proved worth checking out. Here's a bit of what you'll hear: 

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