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Forever Plaid at Kroc

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/20/2018

The Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre has launched the first show of the season, the musical Forever Plaid which will continue Wednesdays through Sundays ending on July 1. The troupe makes its home at the Salvation Army Kroc Center.

Forever Plaid is sometimes called a “jukebox musical” – scarcely any plot holds it together while the actors sing numbers drawn from other sources. In this case,

Music For A Summer’s Eve

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/20/2018

The Hotel RL at the Park sponsors a series of free concerts they call Rhythm & Brews this summer on Friday and Saturday, evenings at 303 West North River Drive in Spokane. These events are free.

This weekend, June 22 and 23, the featured musicians are Too Slim & the Taildraggers and Dimestore Prophets. Next week the tunes will be played by LeRoy Bell & His Only Friends and S

At The Galleries

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/20/2018

June 30 will be the closing day at the Entrée Gallery for the exhibit “Earth Elements”, embellishments for yard and garden by Melissa and Lee Hollis. On July 1, the Entrée opens a show featuring the work of Tom Wakeley, whose display is titled “Pursuit of Light.” The Entrée is at 1755 Reeder Bay Road in Newport. A reception where visitors can meet the artist is set for Sunday, July 1, 1-3pm.

Expanded Medicaid For Idaho?

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/20/2018

Reclaim Idaho, a bi-partisan effort to establish expanded Medicaid in Idaho through the Initiative process, has submitted enough signatures to get the issue on the ballot in November. We should soon know if they met the requirement of getting signatures from 6 percent of the voters in a minimum of 18 legislative districts. There are 35 districts. The Legislature established this rule to discour

Ghostly Music in Newport

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/20/2018

The Pend Oreille Playhouse will be haunted again this weekend by the Addams Family. The show, appropriately named The Addams Family Musical is a sort of “meet the parents” comedy – here Wednesday wants her boyfriend to meet her ghastly ghostly folks. Let’s hope he’ll meet the challenge.

The Addams Family Musical runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday, June 22nd, 23rd, and 24th. The next big ev

Mark Twain Farce at Ignite

By Carol Horning Stacey | 06/08/2018

Ending a lively season with comeday, the Ignite Community Theatre in downtown Spokane continues Is He Dead? The original play was written by the great humorist Mark Twain, here adapted for for contemporary production by David Ives.

Here a painter, desperate for money, stages his own death, figuring that paintings become hugely valuable once the painter is gone. He leaves his work