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Bringing Back Tap Dancing

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/12/2018

“42nd Street” opens at the Salvation Army Kroc Center in Coeur d’Alene this Friday, October 19, to open the season for the Aspire Community Theatre. Performances are at 7:30pm on October 19th, 20th, 24th, 25th, 26th, 27th at 7:30pm and there are 2pm matinées on October 20th, 21st, 27th and 28th. For reservations try aspirecda.com.

The story is taken from a 1933 film about Peggy Sawyer, a

“Cheaper by the Dozen” in CdA

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/12/2018

The Lake City Playhouse in Coeur d’Alene opens “Cheaper by the Dozen” this Friday, October 19th, for a three week run. Playwrights Frank Gilbreth and Ernestine Gilbreth Carey based this musical play on the 1950 film which starred Clifton Webb and Myrna Loy.

This is a light tale about a very large family headed by an ardent advocate of efficiency. Will such a modern notion help him deal

At The Galleries

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/12/2018

The Jundt Gallery on the campus of Gonzaga University currently exhibits a special travelling exhibit of 22 Rodin bronzes modeled between 1860 and 1910, plus three Rodin bronzes from the permanent collection of the Jundt.

Along with the bronze exhibit, the Jundt is showing European Prints from the Age of Auguste Rodin in the Arcade Gallery. These works come from the museum’s permanent co

Symphony Plays “The Heroic”

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/12/2018

Pianist Alon Goldstein will join with the Spokane Symphony Orchestra this weekend for 2 performances of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s “Piano Concerto No. 21.” The program will take its title, however, from another piece, Ludwig von Beethoven’s Third Symphony, “The Heroic.” Also on the program is Lilian Elkington’s “Out of the Midst.”

Eckart Preu will conduct the presentation, which is schedu

New Comedy At Stage Left

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/12/2018

How good it is to see a real play! Not that I don’t like musicals, exactly. But musicals have got to be a serious addiction hereabouts –a sugar high. And they’re mostly older musicals, so familiar they could be done as sing-alongs. We’ve got away from the purpose of theater – “to hold, as t’were, a mirror up to nature, to show virtue her own feature, scorn his own image, and the very age and bo

Part 2: CBD: The History, The Reality and Barnum & Baily

By Kurt Wilson CEO, Survival Enterprises | 10/12/2018

Read Part 1 of this series in the September 13 Nickel’s Worth. Go to http://www.nickelsworth.com and look under Articles. Look for Part 3 next week.

Though the scientific and medical testing had determined that the CBD Isolate was of extremely limited benefit, and that full-spectrum CBD products were the only actual medical solution, a whol