Sunday, November 19, 2017

THIS WEEK: TSO, The Pack A.D., Silver Treason and FriendsGiving celebration

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click to enlarge Spokane roots crew Silver Treason plays at nYne on Friday with Whiskey Dick Mountain.
  • Spokane roots crew Silver Treason plays at nYne on Friday with Whiskey Dick Mountain.

Hopefully you all have a short week so you can enjoy some family and friends time at Thanksgiving, and beyond. Here are some options to keep everyone entertained, as draw from our event listings and Staff Picks.

Monday, Nov. 20

FILM | Head to the Magic Lantern for the latest in their Monday Night Movies series, Private Violence. The movie delves into domestic violence through the eyes of two survivors.

Tuesday, Nov. 21

COMEDY | Join a slew of Spokane's funniest folks at the Bartlett for the Spokane Comedy Mixtape Vol. 2 live recording from the club's stage.

Wednesday, Nov. 22

FOOD & DRINK | It's the first-ever FriendsGiving: Junk Food Pairing, brought to you by the good folks at Community Pint. Count on the Couple of Chefs folks to provide some delicious pairings.

MUSIC: The Bartlett hosts a Turkey Day eve gig that should be a worthy way to build up an appetite, thanks to the rock of Indian Goat, Wayward West and Bar Talk. And hey, it's free!

MUSIC | Another solid music option tonight: Folkinception's Matt Mitchell holding down his regular Wednesday spot at Two Seven Public House.

Thursday, Nov. 24

THANKSGIVING | Stay home, people! Eat too much, watch some football or parades, and be excellent to each other!

Friday, Nov. 25

THEATER | A Christmas Story: The Musical is not the equal of the movie, but it should make for a nice family night out, reliving the adventures of Ralphie, et al.

MUSIC | Trans-Siberian Orchestra brings its epic, hard-rocking Christmas show to the Spokane Arena tonight.

MUSIC | Locals Silver Treason and Whiskey Dick Mountain bring their epic talent for roots-rock to nYne tonight.

Saturday, Nov. 26

FILM | Shadle Library hosts a screening of United By Water as part of its Native American Heritage Month festivities. The film documents the Upper Columbia United Tribes canoe gathering in 2016 at Kettle Falls.

MUSIC | The Pack A.D. is a Canadian duo with serious chops. Saw them about a year ago at the Bartlett, and it was pretty glorious. Here's a sample:


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