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Wishing Star Foundation partners with CdA City Thrift to Make Magic for Local Children with Terminal and Life-Threatening Illnesses

By Wishing Star Foundation | 10/30/2019

The Wishing Star Foundation has partnered with the City Thrift store to make wishes come true for area children ages 3 through 21 battling a terminal, life threatening or medically complicated condition. When City Thrift owners, Dale & Shawnda Rainey heard about the mission of the Wishing Star Foundation through a friend, they knew that City Thrift would want to be a part of bringing joy in

State of Idaho to assist California wildfire efforts

By Idaho Office of Emergency Management | 10/30/2019

Governor Brad Little approved an Emergency Management Assistance Compact (EMAC) agreement with California to assist with recovery efforts following wildfires.

“Idaho has an amazing depth of emergency management professionals that are willing to step up and help our fellow Americans during their times of need,” Governor Little said. “Their skills and expertise will be an asset as w

​Marine Corps Ball​

By Ben Rutherford | 10/16/2019

Marine Corps Ball, CdA Inn, CdA, Friday, November 8th, 5pm. Dinner at 6pm. Silent auction, dancing, $45 per person. Reservations must be made by October 30th. Guests welcome. Dress will be semi-formal. For more information, call Ben Rutherford, 208-661-4598 or Ron Barnett, 818-515-6164. We need everyone’s support, Hope you can attend!

Shakespeare Re-imagined

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/11/2019

In the experimental Firth J Chew Studio Theatre, tucked beneath the Main Stage of the Spokane Civic Theatre, a new take on the Bard is done as comedy in the play “The Book of Will.”

In this story Shakespeare is newly dead, and his work is being stolen on bowdlerized by rivals to the Bard’s own King’s Men. Shakespeare’s defenders determine to save his work by getting put together in an au

“Odd Couple” at Playhouse

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/11/2019

The Lake City Playhouse is now playing Neil Simon’s “The Odd Couple” – female version, a story the playwright adapted from his highly successful story of two recently divorced men who try to share an apartment. Each has a plentiful trove of quirks that drove his ex crazy. The quirks, alas, did not vanish with the divorce decree. They drive each other up the wall.

In this revision the sto

Brecht Classic at Stage Left

By Carol Horning Stacey | 10/11/2019

Stage Left open “The Three Penny Opera” this Friday, October 18th, at their small theater in Spokane, representing a rare appearance of a play by the great German playwright Bertolt Brecht in our area. With composer Kurt Weill, Brecht based this work on John Gay’s 1728 “The Beggar’s Opera,” which he updated to Victorian England, a particularly hard time and place for poorer people. You may be f