LIVE MUSIC | Brother Ali is one of the most mesmerizing rappers around, and he's headlining a show at the Bartlett tonight. Check out a sample of this most unique artist:
Thursday, Nov. 2
FESTIVAL | Emerge hosts a Day of the Dead Fiesta in Coeur d'Alene, full of great music, food, and most importantly, people.
WORDS | Pivot returns to the main stage at the Washington Cracker Co. Building for its next chapter of the storytelling event, this one revolving around "promises" as its theme.
LIVE MUSIC | Deer Tick delivers one of the best shows in modern rock, and this time they're doing a half-acoustic, half-rock performance at the Bartlett in support of their two new albums. We talked to the band before they hit the road for their first-ever Spokane gig. The show is sold out, so hit the web and try to find some tix! Here's a sample:
Friday, Nov. 3
COMEDY | Greg Fitzsimmons is one funny cat. I know him from his wry observations on a bunch of those "I Love the '80s" shows on VH1 way back when, but he's a standup pro and headlining Spokane Comedy Club all weekend.
COMEDY | Hey dads, WSU students and people who love funny things in general, Seth Meyers is headlining Dads Weekend in Pullman tonight. Should be great.
Saturday, Nov. 4
BENEFIT | KYRS hosts its Spokane Record Expo Saturday morning, where you can get some aural goodies on the cheap while supporting the station.
CLASSICAL MUSIC | Spokane hometown boy-turned-international vocal superstar Thomas Hampson swings by for a couple shows at the Fox on Saturday and Sunday. Overtures and Arias should be a treat for fans of that sweet baritone. Watch for an interview with the man in the new issue out later this week.
LIVE MUSIC | A mighty fine show at the Bartlett tonight courtesy of The Weather Station, joined by James Elkington and Liza Day. Here's a sample: