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Thursday, April 1, 2021

New Exhibit First Friday at Terrain Gallery

This first Friday, April 2, Terrain Gallery features a new exhibit, Rising Above, with works from artists Karen Mobley, Deb Sheldon and Rosemary Barile. Three women artists creating art through paintings, mixed media, collage and sculpture. There will be an artist reception from 5-8pm this Friday and from 6-8pm this Saturday.

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Spokane Symphony's Spring Virtual Concert Series starts tomorrow!

The Spokane Symphony is returning with concerts after a year away! The first of five 'music & ideas' concerts is available on-demand as of noon on Friday, April 2. Each concert has a theme that will be explored from a variety of angles in addition to music performed by ensembles of Spokane Symphony musicians. Each of the themed episodes will include short video segments of Spokane Symphony Music Director James Lowe talking with some of the most engaging experts in the Inland Northwest. Plus, Lowe will chat with some of the orchestra's musicians about their backgrounds and thoughts about music.

The theme of the first concert is 'Folk Roots of Music and Culture,' and includes music by Dvorak, Bartok, and Vaughan Williams; a Czech folk tale read by Spokane Poet Laureate and Symphony Trumpeter Chris Cook, and an appearance by the Scottish traditional folk music duo, Stout & McKay (fiddle and harp). Episode one debuts Friday, April 2.

Cost is $25 per concert or $100 for all 5. Also, the first concert in this spring series is available FREE to all Spokane Regional Health District employees to thank them for their hard work and dedication to our community during the pandemic.

More concert information and tickets are available at

Johnson's Improbable History of Pop on Spokane Public Radio this month

Johnson's Improbable History of Pop Saturdays at 8 p.m. on KPBX Tune in to KPBX, Spokane Public Radio on Saturdays this month, as John Johnson conducts a tour of the obscure world of early rock and pop music. The 95% of records that never got commercial airtime, Johnson's Improbable History of Pop features those artists who fell through the commercial cracks.

Saturday, April 3 - The Memphis Boys
Samples from the legendary catalog of American Studios in Memphis, run by producer/engineer Chips Moman. Including Elvis Presley, Dusty Springfield, B.J. Thomas, and Spokane-born Danny O'Keefe.

Saturday, April 10 - Saint Etienne
A career survey of long running south London alt rock/dance trio featuring vocalist Sarah Cracknell and musician/authors Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs.

Saturday, April 17 - From Mods to Mystics
The transformation of rhythm & blues specialists The Action into world music explorers Mighty Baby over an eventful 8 year journey through the U.K. music business.

Saturday, April 24 - The Brooklyn Anthology
Highlights from an eclectic East Coast reissue label with emphasis on 1970's American and Australian small label singer/songwriters. Includes Northwest native Dave Porter asking 'Where Do Clouds Go?'

All programs begin at 8pm. For more information, visit

Local Bites today at the Coeur d'Alene Resort

Today, April 1 beginning at 4:30pm, savor your way through the Coeur d'Alene Resort's award-winning restaurants, indulging in select culinary treats prepared using locally-sourced ingredients. Discover insider knowledge from the talented Resort Culinary Team.

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