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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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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The November concerts we're most looking forward to

There's a little something for everybody in the live shows happening this month, from a Prince tribute to thrash-metal, pop-rock

By Nathan Weinbender

Nov. 15
The Sugarhill Gang
It's possible that modern hip-hop would look a lot different if the Sugarhill Gang hadn't come around. Their 1979 single "Rapper's Delight" ushered the genre into the mainstream, with other hip-pioneers like Run DMC and Erik B. & Rakim following right behind. 40 years later and original Gang members Wonder Mike and Master Gee are still going strong, and they'll be performing in Sandpoint alongside Grandmaster Mele Mel of groundbreaking hip-hop collective the Furious 5. The Hive, $25, 9 p.m.
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The Pink Tablet Project: A Performance

A behind the scenes look at The Pink Tablet Project.

By Young Kwak

Elise Divens, left, and Zoey McCall-Smith whisper during a rehearsal for "The Pink Tablet Project: A Performance", based on a poem named "The Pink Tablet", written by Ellen Welcker, at Community-Minded Television in Spokane, Wash.
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The Taxidermied Spiders of CarLy Haney

Spokane artist CarLy Haney made her first taxidermied giant spider assemblage in 2014. She'd seen similar pieces online, but was

By Chey Scott, Young Kwak

Spokane artist CarLy Haney poses next to a display of taxidermied giant spiders created over the past year.
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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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The Year in Pictures

By Young Kwak

Participants take part in an Outdoor Yoga Summer Series class led by The Union Studios Yoga Instructor Emily Stone at the Spokane Tribal Gathering Place in Spokane, Wash., Wednesday, July 19, 2017.
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Tinnabulation 2017

Scenes from Tinnabulation, a music festival held in Riverfront Park from Sept. 8-10.

By Erick Doxey

Barns Courtney performs at the Coors Light Stage.
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Training at Sikjitsu

Owned by Rick Little, Sikjitsu, in north Spokane, trains a couple of elite Ultimate Fighting Championship fighters, Julianna Peña and

By Young Kwak

Elizabeth Phillips, right, spars with Ron Nance.
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Treasure! Preview Event

On Friday, Jan. 22, the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture hosted a museum and Spokane Teachers Credit Union member

By Young Kwak

8 year old Adrian Fernandes pans for gold.
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UC Davis vs. Eastern Washington FCS quarterfinal football

The Eastern Washington Eagles won their Football Championship Subdivision quarterfinal game against the UC Davis Aggies 34-29 at Roos Field,

By Young Kwak

Eastern Washington wide receiver Terence Grady catches a pass for a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA Football Champion Subdivision quarterfinal game against UC Davis in Cheney, Wash., Saturday, Dec. 8, 2018. (Young Kwak/The Inlander)
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Unity in the Community

Unity in the Community, which celebrates cultural diversity, was held at Riverfront Park on Saturday, August 15, 2015. Attendees, watched

By Young Kwak

12 year old Destiny Garcia, left, and Nessie Lehinger, center, look some bhakra, an herb that can be used for incense, as Safa Mohammed looks on at the Sudan booth.
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Volume 2017

Scenes from Volume, the Inlander's annual music festival, held throughout downtown Spokane June 2-3.

By Young Kwak

Built To Spill, photographed from The Davenport Hotel parking structure, performs at the Steam Plant Outdoor Stage.
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Volume 2018

Scenes from Volume, which took place June 1 and 2 in downtown Spokane.

By Young Kwak, Alicia Hauff, Erick Doxey

Red Room Lounge
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Volume 2019

Scenes from Volume, which took place May 31 and June 1, 2019 in downtown Spokane.

By Young Kwak, Alicia Hauff, Erick Doxey

The Emily's at Red Room Lounge.
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Volume 2019 Poster Show

The second annual Volume Poster Show will feature over 40 local artists and almost 60 poster designs featuring bands performing

By Derek Harrison

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