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Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Tomorrow's shoe event at the Lincoln Center is all about the kids

The song says "it's all about the shoes." But the big shoe event this Thursday, August 11 from 5:30 to 9:30 pm at the Lincoln Center is more than singing and dancing, an auction for art shoes and chocolate shoes, and fabulous fashion. It's all about raising money for back to school shoes for 1,000 Spokane kids who otherwise wouldn't have them. You can help and have a lot of fun too. (Even Ed Clark will be doing a song and dance and stand up comedy set. You don't want to miss that!)

Go to iftheshoefitswearit.eventbrite.com now for your ticket now.

Still time to get Spokane Symphony tickets at 50% off

For a limited time the Spokane Symphony is offering 50% off series tickets for Classics, SuperPops and Casual Classics. For information about the concerts that make up the Say WOW 2011-12 season, go to www.spokanesymphony.org. Call 624-1200 to purchase the 50% off season tickets.

The laughs continue at Chase Gallery

You have until August 26 to enjoy Humor at the Chase Gallery in City Hall. Don't miss this group exhibition featuring Robin Dare, Larry Ellingson, Cathy Fields and Dara Harvey. Go to spokanearts.org for more information.

Sunset at the Rockin' B Ranch

Scott and Pamela Brownlee, owners of the Rockin' B Ranch, announce that this, their 17th season, will be the last one for the Cowboy Supper Shows at the Rockin' B Ranch. All shows will continue as scheduled through October 1st.

The Rockin' B has become a tradition for many Inland Northwest families. "For 17 years, we have provided audiences with a unique and different entertainment environment. We honored Western Music in the tradition of such greats as Gene Autry, Roy Rogers, and the Sons of the Pioneers, and created an atmosphere of genuine Western hospitality and openness," Brownlee said.

This will be your last chance to enjoy the finest supper show in the Pacific Northwest. The Riders of the Rockin' B includes musicians Scott and Pamela Brownlee, JayDean Ludiker, Sam Mazzola, and Gordon Grove under the musical direction of Leslie Ann Grove.

Cowboy Supper Shows are each Thursday, Friday and Saturday in August, each Friday and Saturday in September and Saturday, October 1st. Two more Bluegrass Tuesday Concerts, August 16 and September 20. The Rockin' B Ranch Grassroots and Gospel Music Hour are recorded on selected Sunday afternoons in front of a live audience. One more comedy written by Patrick F. McManus, and starring Tim Behrens, "Scrambled McManus," will be presented on Grandparents' Day, Sunday, September 11th. For show times and tickets online, visit www.rockinbranch.com. Tickets also available at the box office, 11am to 5pm Tuesdays through Saturdays, 509-891-9016.


BeGin this weekend at the MAC

This Friday, August 12 is the Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture's monthly BeGin event, featuring live music, snacks and a no-host bar. This is the last BeGin during the daVinci exhibit, so don't miss it! Admission fee applies to gallery visit.

Get to Feeling Good at the Arena tonight

There are still good seats for Michael Buble's 'Crazy Love' Tour concert tonight, August 10 at 8 at the Spokane Arena. Michael Buble has been called 'one of the most likeable performers on Earth.' Buble has performed for over half a million fans this year with his 'Crazy Love' tour. This is Michael's biggest and most exciting tour to date. His stage show is propelled by a string of smash hits including 'Feeling Good,' 'Home,' 'Everything' and his most recent hit single 'Haven't Met You Yet,' along with Michael's distinctive interpretations of classics like 'Cry Me a River,' 'Stardust,' and 'You're Nobody 'til Somebody Loves You.'

The 'Crazy Love' Tour has received the best reviews of Buble's career. "You're witnessing one of the greats...a performer in peak form. Every night, thousands of people are left convinced that this performance was among the very best and most important he's ever given. Such superstars are rare indeed," glowed the Orange County Register.

Ticketswest has your seat at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

Schauer with Friends at Famous Ed's Saturday night

This Saturday, August 13th Famous Ed's (formerly Hangar 57 & The Pepperdine at 57th and Regal) will be hosting the Schauer with Friends Quartet featuring Rachel Bade-McMurphy. Also joining guitarist Nick Schauer on the bill is Dr. Michael Waldrup (drums) and Mr. 'J' himself, Eugene Jablonsky (bass). They will be playing straight ahead, Latin, funky and bluesy grooves from 8 - 11. This is a new music venue and needs your support to continue. And besides the place has a great name!

Cruising with the Spotted Cats

Spokane Coeur d'Alene Living magazine presents the Spotted Cats Boat Cruise on Lake Coeur d'Alene this Sunday, August 14 starting at 7 pm. Tickets are just $10. Call 509-280-7745.

The grass is blue this weekend at Medical Lake

The Blue Waters Blue grass festival is this Friday through Sunday in Medical Lake with 11 different world class and regional bands. Go to bluewatersbluegrass.org for information and tickets.

The Sound of Music at CdA Summer Theatre

The Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre is alive with the Sound of Music, August 11-21. Go to www.cdasummertheatre.com for information and tickets.

Jazz legends at the Bing tomorrow night

DMS Jazz funk legends George Duke, Marcus Miller & David Sanborn unite for a scorching summer concert at the Bing Crosby Theater tomorrow night, Thursday, August 11. For the first time, keyboardist George Duke, bassist Marcus Miller and saxophonist David Sanborn are uniting to perform as one band under the moniker DMS. Each an accomplished soloist and composer in his own right, this trio of music legends will be gifting the masses with a generous set list comprised of ferocious funk, serious jazz, to-the-bone blues and anything else they feel like playing that night. Ticketswest has your seat www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

Reba's at Northern Quest Friday night

Join country legend Reba McEntire at 7pm Friday night, August 12 at Northern Quest in their fabulous outdoor concert venue. Ticketswest has your seat. Go to www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

Footloose is at the Civic

The Spokane Civic Theatre Academy Summer Production is 'Footloose' and it runs from August 12-19. Go to www.spokanecivictheatre.com for information and tickets.

Peter Frampton plays the CdA Casino Sunday

This Sunday, August 14, at 7 pm rock legend Peter Frampton performs at the CdA Casino. Go to www.cdacasino.com for more information and Ticketswest has your seats at www.ticketswest.com or 800-325-SEAT.

The High Five from thesomshow.com by Isamu Jordan

Mon Cheri - Indie-jazz pop sensation Mon Cheri makes it debut at Nyne Bar & Bistro, 232 W. Sprague Ave. It's the crowd-pleasing quartet's first Spokane show after a healthy break from the live circuit, on the heels of a new album. Catch Mon Cheri on Friday, August 12, at 9:30 p.m. Cost: $6.

Flying Spiders - Local organ hip-hop project Flying Spiders breaks its dormant spell with a pair of free shows this week. First, on Wednesday, August 10, at 9 p.m. at The Globe, 204 N. Division St., and on Friday, August 12, at 6 p.m. at the Museum of Arts and Culture's monthly BeGin soiree, located at 2316 W. First Ave. Cost: Free.

Mark Ward - Spokane folk hero and multi-instrumentalist Mark Ward brings his lyrical wit, precision craftsmanship, and awesome stage presence to the patio at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, August 13, at Rocket Market, 726 E. 43rd Ave. Cost: Free, all ages welcome.

Horse Thieves - Led by singer-songwriter favorite Marshall Mclean, joined by singer-guitarist Adam Miller, Horse Thieves links up with Crickets of Cascadia at a show that features visual art by Ryan Desmond on Friday, August 13, at 9 p.m. at The Baby Bar, 827 W. First Ave. Cost: Free, 21 and older only.

Cyrus Fell Down - On-and-off-again experimental rock vanguard Cyrus Fell Down anchors a raucous lineup of bands on Saturday, August 13, at 8 p.m. at The Baby Bar, 827 W. First Ave. Cost: $5, 21 and older only.

For local music news, events, mp3s, artist profiles, multimedia and more, visit thesomshow.com.

NAME THAT FLICK.

"Some cultures are defined by their relationship to cheese."

Name the movie that line appeared in and win a gift certificate to the Cathay Inn. Send your best guess and your phone number to info@entertainmentspokane.com. The winner will be selected at random from correct entries and will be announced in next week's e-newsletter. The deadline for entries is noon on Tuesday, August 16.

Last Week's Winner, Anthony Zundel correctly identified last week's flick and won a gift certificate to the Cathay Inn. Last week's movie quote was "I want that man! You give him to me now, or I'm gonna take him!" from the film, "Cowboys and Aliens"


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