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Wednesday, January 8, 2020

Norman Rockwell's America at the MAC ends Sunday

Enjoy a remarkable collection of 22 paintings and seven drawings as well as original posters and all 323 vintage Saturday Evening Post magazine covers spanning six decades, allowing for a comprehensive look at Rockwell's distinguished career as the best-known and most beloved American artist of the 20th century. This exhibit ends this Sunday, January 12.

Also closing this week at the MAC:
Memory and Meaning: Textiles from the Permanent Collection: 19th and 20th century quilts, handwoven coverlets, and pieces from the American Indian collection.

As Grandmother Taught: Women, Tradition and Plateau Art: The work of three contemporary Plateau women alongside historic material from the museum's permanent collection, associating the makers and their work with traditional forms and linking the past to the present.

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The M Show at the Knitting Factory this Saturday

Join in the fun of The M Show, created and hosted by Spokane Symphony Concertmaster Mateusz Wolski this Saturday, January 11, 8pm at The Knitting Factory. Mateusz is joined on stage at the Knitting Factory by a small ensemble of orchestra musicians, plus some special guests, including Spokane Symphony trumpet player and newly-appointed Spokane Poet Laureate, Chris Cook, and aerialist John Hernandez. The M Show features short selections of classical music, with a twist of pop and rock music, spiced up with comedy bits and entertaining short videos. It’s an evening guaranteed to be full of music, fun and laughter.

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Jay and Silent Bob Reboot Roadshow Jan 15 at the Fox

Kevin Smith and Jay Mewes are coming to Spokane on Wednesday, January 15 at 7:30, and will show their latest and greatest motion picture, the star studded Jay and Silent Bob Reboot. Jay is not appearing for the full tour, but we just learned that he will be joining Kevin for a Q & A and for the VIP Experiences. The New Jersey stoner icons who first hit the screen 25 years ago in CLERKS are back! When Jay and Silent Bob discover that Hollywood is rebooting an old movie based on them, the clueless duo embark on another cross-country mission to stop it all over again.

Tickets available at, and also at the Box Office, or by calling 509-624-1200.

Upcoming Spokane Chiefs games:

There are several opportunities to see the Spokane Chiefs in action this month at the Spokane Arena:

Chiefs vs. Vancouver Giants, Friday, January 10
Chiefs vs. Kamloops Blazers, Tuesday, January 14
Chiefs vs. Portland Winterhawks, Friday, January 17
Chiefs vs. Regina Pats, Saturday, January 18
Chiefs vs. Everett Silvertips, Wednesday, January 22

All games are at 7:05pm. Tickets available at or 800-325-SEAT.

An American in Paris at the First Interstate Center Jan 14-15

This show has it all...Romance, Adventure, and Gershwin! Two performances at the First Interstate Center for the Arts, Tuesday, January 14 and Wednesday, January 15. The story takes place in post war Paris, and features great Gershwin songs including 'I Got Rhythm,' 'Liza,' ''S Wonderful,' 'But Not for Me,' and 'Stairway to Paradise.'

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Pamela Benton performs at Westwood Brewing, Rathdrum this Saturday

The incomparable Pamela Benton performs with her guitar and electric violin this Saturday, January 11 from 6-9pm at the Westwood Brewing Company, 8162 Main Street in Rathdrum.

Jazz with Schauer and Landron

Nick Schauer on guitar and Craig Landron on sax are playing Jazz every Wednesday at Wanderlust Delicato, 241 W Main and every Thursday at Garland's Brown Derby Tavern, 808 W Garland Ave.

More Jazz at Holy Names

Imagine Jazz presents one of the preeminent young trumpeters within the world of jazz...Downbeat poll-winning, internationally-renowned Jeremy Pelt, and his New York Jazz Quintet. Performance is Wednesday, January 15, 7:30pm, at McNally Recital Hall in Holy Names Music Center.

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Spokane Youth Ballet performs at the Bing this Saturday

This Saturday, January 11, 2pm at the Bing, Spokane Youth Ballet presents 'Peter and the Wolf,' a lighthearted adventure story about a boy who, with the help of some animal friends, captures a dangerous wolf. Narrated by David Bowie and with a fantastic score by Sergei Prokofiev, this ballet will teach you to identify the musical instruments that represent each character as you follow the brave Peter in his quest to save his friends from the hungry wolf.

The second half of the program is an inside look at the Academy of Dance's unique modern improvisation program, which teaches dancers to develop their own movement style with the aim of raising the next generation of choreographers. Students will perform structured improvisation exercises, culminating in a student-choreographed work by one of the Academy's senior dancers.

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