What could be better than catching a quality show at the Bartlett? How about a second, bigger Bartlett?
Summer starts this week (need ideas? Our Summer Guide
is on stands this week) and there's a packed calendar, with Cedric the Entertainer and Buddy Guy swinging through the area, both KYRS and Beerocracy having birthday parties, and more
IN OTHER NEWS
Republicans and Democrats call to stop separating children from parents at border
After President Trump put a "zero tolerance" policy in place in April, thousands of children have been separated from their parents
at the border after crossing illegally. Now both Republicans and Democrats are calling for an end to the policy
, which is not, as the President tweeted, a law Democrats put in place. (New York Times
Tales of survival and facing down the man who killed her family
Shasta Groene, now a mother living in south Idaho, is trying to raise funds to support the first run of the book she's been working on
to tell her story of the kidnapping and sexual assault she endured at the hands of Joseph Duncan III after he murdered her family. If the campaign raises enough, she'd also like to film a documentary this year and include the moment she faces Duncan in prison for the first time. (Coeur d'Alene Press
Who are you, Washington?
Washington's ID cards will change starting in July
to comply with federal Real ID rules, by placing a notice in the top of normal ID cards that says "Federal Limits Apply." (Spokesman-Review
Paying to file your taxes? There's a free way though...
There are ways to file your taxes online for free, but most Americans aren't doing it
, instead forking over fees to the tune of $1 billion. (ProPublica)
With enrollment expected to drop by 20 percent this fall, the Evergreen State College is considering making some changes
. (Seattle Times