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Local author Lora Senf introduces kids to horror writing through her debut novel, The Clackity

click to enlarge Young Kwak photo Spokane author Lora Senf writes scary stories for kids. ...

THEATER REVIEW: Hairspray features big hair, big voices and big ideas

click to enlarge Courtesy photo Drag queen Nina West steals the show as Edna Turnblad in...

Joi D. McCoy hits the stage in Hairspray, sharing themes of love and acceptance

click to enlarge Jeremy Daniel photo Jump for joy with Hairspray! For...

My Turn Theater ensures actors with special needs get their time in the spotlight

click to enlarge Chiana McInelly photo Wendy Carroll All forms of art...

The Blue Waters Bluegrass Festival celebrates 20 years of banjos, mandolins and camaraderie

click to enlarge Erick Doxey photo Kevin Brown's helped bring bluegrass to the shores of Medical...

The Central Library welcomes the public for the first time in over two years, and it's been well worth the wait

click to enlarge Erick Doxey photo The River Rumpus Playspace is built for kids. ...

Shrek, sharks and Kung Fu Panda: Spokane becomes the first U.S. destination for new Dreamworks Animation exhibit

click to enlarge Alyssa Hughes photo The Dreamworks show fills most of the MAC. ...

Wicked’s triumphant return to Spokane brings renewed energy to a classic Broadway hit

click to enlarge Courtesy photo Talia Suskauer as Elphaba (right) and Allison Bailey as Glinda (left)...

Broadway favorite Wicked returns to Spokane, with a longtime fan in her dream role of Elphaba

click to enlarge Joan Marcus photo Talia Suskauer embraces her inner witch in Wicked. ...

How to celebrate Black History Month in the Inland Northwest, at home or on the town

click to enlarge EWU's senior diversity officer, Shari Clarke, recommends a Hidden Figures viewing. ...

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