Slideshows

The TV spinoff movies we'd love to see

When Breaking Bad aired its final episode in 2013, it had neatly tied up most of its primary storylines, but

By Nathan Weinbender, Daniel Walters

Jesse Pinkman returns in the Breaking Bad sequel film El Camino, screening this weekend at the Magic Lantern and now streaming on Netflix.
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Sleater-Kinney at the Fox Theater Oct. 9, 2019

Sleater-Kinney launched their tour in support of new album The Center Won't Hold at the Martin Woldson Theater at the

By Dan Nailen

Carrie Brownstein can quickly move from a smile to a sneer when she sings.
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Scenes from the Oct. 9 snow day

Photos from around Browne's Addition after the Oct. 9 snow day in Spokane.

By Daniel Walters

Scenes from the Oct. 9 snow day
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Farmhouse Chic

By Inlander Staff

Imported large-scale windows allow sweeping views of surrounding farmland at this Uptic Studio home.
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Terrain 12 Music Lineup

Twelve years in, and it's still one of the biggest nights for art in Spokane. Tomorrow night, Terrain will merge

By Nathan Weinbender

Jenny Anne Mannan and Her Angel Band - 8:10 pm.
Certain details of country songwriter Jenny Anne Mannan's life are right out of a honky-tonk tune: She grew up in a family of touring musicians, she toiled in the cutthroat Nashville music scene, and now she's a fixture of Spokane's folk and country scene. Her new album Carnies & Cowboys plays like a musical autobiography.
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Scenes from climate protests around the world

Anxious about their future on a hotter planet, angry at world leaders for failing to arrest the crisis, hundreds of

By The New York Times

Students march in a rally to protest climate change inaction in La Paz, Bolivia, Sept. 20, 2019. Anxious about their future on a hotter planet, angry at world leaders for failing to arrest the crisis, thousands of young people began pouring into the streets on Friday for a day of global climate protest.
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The many faces of Bob Seger at the Spokane Arena

Heartland rocker Bob Seger brought his Silver Bullet Band to the Spokane Arena Sept. 19 as part of his retirement

By Dan Nailen

Contemplative Bob Seger.
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Joseph at the Knitting Factory Monday, Sept. 16

Just days after releasing their new album Good Luck, Kid, harmonizing wonders Joseph arrived in Spokane Monday night for a

By Erick Doxey

Joseph at the Knitting Factory.
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Scenes from the Huichica Music Festival outside Walla Walla

I popped down to the inaugural Huichica Music Festival (Washington state version) over the weekend. An offshoot of Huichica events

By Dan Nailen

Yo La Tengo's Ira Kaplan doing his thing. The New Jersey band headlined both Friday and Saturday nights, delivering a mix of moody jams and noisy guitar rockers. "Autumn Sweater" Friday night was particularly apt, given the dropping temps.
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A Night at the Turtle Races

Scenes from the weekly turtle race at Crafted Taphouse + Kitchen in downtown Coeur d'Alene.

By Erick Doxey

A Night at the Turtle Races
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Shots from some of our favorite Bartlett shows

I moved to Spokane five years ago, so I don't know the Lilac City without the Bartlett being here. The

By Dan Nailen

Deer Tick, Nov. 2, 2017
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#samedressspokane

Eight Spokane photographers each took turns shooting the same sparkly black dress in different settings as part of an art

Model Areana Dechand
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The Mountain Goats and Lydia Loveless live at Spokane's Bing Crosby Theater

Indie-rock favorites The Mountain Goats visited Spokane for the first time Sunday night, bringing Lydia Loveless along as the opening

By Dan Nailen

Mountain Goats leader John Darnielle started the show sans guitar for "An Antidote to Strychnine."
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Spokane dancer Harris Kahler in action

Spokane dancer Harris Kahler leaps into a bright future this fall as he heads off to Michigan to attend Interlochen

By Young Kwak

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Superhero Highs: These campy comic book movies are way better when you're high

Superhero movies are all the rage. Between DC and Marvel, blockbusters about spandex-clad crime fighters are filling theaters and raking

By Nathan Weinbender

BATMAN: THE MOVIE (1966): 


The 1960s Batman TV series starring Adam West has long been a stoner staple, with its pop-art color schemes and wild comic-strip aesthetic, complete with "POW!" and "BAM!" text bubbles that fill the screen during fight scenes. This feature-length spin-off is more of the same but on a bigger budget, with all the series' iconic villains — including Burgess Meredith's Penguin and Cesar Romero's Joker — teaming up to take down the Caped Crusader. Holy bong rip, Batman!
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