Pulp Fiction is back on the big screen this week at the Garland Theater.
Monday, June 26 COMMUNITY | Join the Witnesses for the Climate, a gathering of experts on climate change in town to testify on behalf of the Spokane Climate Protectors, as they gather for a talk at the Community Building.
MUSIC | Swing on by The Observatory for the psych-rock stylings of The Love Dimension, who will be joined by Vanessa Silberman, Mujahedeen and Runaway Octopus. Here's a little sample of The Love Dimension:
FILM | The Garland Theater's Summer Camp continues with the utter awesomeness that is Pulp Fiction.
Wednesday, June 28 COMMUNITY | Join Spokane Poet Laureate Laura Read for a workshop that will help you illustrate your vision of Spokane through photos and words at the Snapshot Spokane Workshop.
MUSIC | How would you like to have your mind melted? Guitar Wolf can take care of that for you. The Japanese garage rockers play The Big Dipper tonight. Here's our story about the band, and here's a music sample:
Friday, June 30 MUSIC | Sammy Hagar hits Northern Quest with his band The Circle, which includes ex-Van Halen bandmate Michael Anthony on bass, and Jason (son of Led Zep's John) Bonham on drums. Expect a whole lotta hits.
Saturday, July 1 FESTIVAL | It's the first-ever Coeur d'Alene Brew Fest, going down downtown in the city by the lake. More than 30 breweries, food trucks and live tunes await.
Dan Nailen is the managing editor of the Inlander, where he oversees coverage of arts and culture. He's previously written and edited for The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City Weekly, Missoula Independent, Salt Lake Magazine, The Oregonian and KUER-FM. He grew up seeing the country in an Air Force family and studied...