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kane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325- SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


February 3: Lisa Lampenelli Lisa Lampanelli is Comedy’s Lovable Queen of Mean. Heralded as “more than a standup -- a standout,” by comedy legend Jim Carrey, Lampanelli is a cross between Don Rickles, Archie Bunker, and a vial of estrogen. She even won accolades from The King of All Me- dia Howard Stern, who called her “a true orig- inal and a brilliant comedy mind who’ll steal the show every time.” Best known for her show-stopping performances on the Comedy Central “Roasts” of Flava Flav, Pamela Ander- son, William Shatner and Jeff Foxworthy, Lisa Lampanelli is a no-holds-barred insult comic who masterfully works her audience while maintaining an inherent likeability that steals the hearts of her fans. This performance is in- tended for adult audiences only. INB Performing Arts Center. 720 W Mallon Ave. Spokane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.tickets- west.com.


February 4: WWE Smackdown: Road to Wrestlemania The main event at this show will be: Big Show vs Mark Henry vs Daniel Bryan for the Triple Threat World Heavyweight Championship. Come see all your favorite WWE Superstars Including: Randy Orton, Big Show, Sheamus, Mark Henry, Cody Rhodes, Wade Barrett, Ted Dibiase, Daniel Bryan, Hunico, and more! Card may be subject to change. Spokane Arena, 720 West Mallon Ave., Spo- kane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325- SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


February 18: The New Shanghai Circus One evening…2000 years in the making… “In acts that often trace their origins to the har- vest festivals of more than 2,000 years ago, this youthful, handsome and graceful compa- ny spends a swift two hours in a range of de- manding performances, most of them typifying Chinese circus and constituting a refreshing alternative to the Western tradition. Under the direction of Zhao Lizhi, the artistry, individu- ally and collectively, attains levels that make it seem almost unfair to single out any act.” – The New York Times INB Performing Arts Center. 720 W Mallon Ave. Spokane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.tickets- west.com.


February 22: Harlem Globetrotters The Harlem Globetrotters are the must-see event of the year in the Spokane area. The Globetrotters bring a captivating assortment of trick shots, high-flying dunks, and incredible ball handling wizardry – with a side-splitting array of comedy – all presented by some of the world’s greatest athletes and entertainers. It’s the perfect event for the entire family. Spokane Arena, 720 West Mallon Ave., Spo-


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February 25: The Revolve Tour: Dream On Since 1996, more than 4 million women have packed themselves and their friends into sold- out arenas across North America for events that are inspiring, encouraging, and fun. Every year, they come back for another event with Women of Faith—and for many of those years, they said (in pretty much these exact words), “This is awesome! But what about something for my daughter?” In 2005, Women of Faith cre- ated The Revolve Tour as a response to those requests. The result is a one-of-a-kind inspi- rational event for 6th– to 12th–grade girls that combines award-winning bands and speakers with real, relevant messages in a high-energy event. There’s way more to The Revolve Tour than just a fun time with the girls. Since it began, more than 35,000 girls have indicated they made first-time decisions for Christ at a Revolve Tour event. INB Performing Arts Center. 720 W Mallon Ave. Spokane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.tickets- west.com.


March 3: Wine, Stein and Dine Wine, Stein and Dine is a premier Post Falls event that raises funds for creative classroom teaching grants in the Post Falls School Dis- trict. In the past 13 years, we have awarded over $374,000! Enjoy an evening of fine wine and microbrew tasting accompanied by a va- riety of appetizers and desserts catered by premier local restaurants. Tickets are $45 in advance or $60 at the door. This charge cov- ers all food and beverages as well as one complimentary beer stein or wine glass. Greyhound Park and Event Center. 5100 River- bend Ave. Post Falls, ID 83854. For more infor- mation please call Jack Sjostrom at 691-3750.


MUSIC January 17: Jake Shimabukuro It’s rare for a young musician to earn com- parisons to the likes of Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis. It’s even harder to find an artist who has entirely redefined an instrument by his early thirties. But Jake Shimabukuro (she- ma-boo-koo-row) has already accomplished these feats, and more, in a little over a decade of playing and recording music…on the uku- lele. Yes, the ukulele. In the hands of Shima- bukuro, the traditional Hawaiian instrument of four strings and two octaves is stretched and molded into a complex and bold new musical force. Crosby Theatre. 901 W Sprague Ave. Spokane, WA 99201. For tickets, call 1-800-325-SEAT or visit http://www.ticketswest.com.


January 28-29: Spokane Symphony Classics: Heroes and Legends Known in pop culture as the theme from “The Lone Ranger,” the Overture to William Tell is widely popular among symphony connois- seurs and newcomers alike. Sit on the edge of your chair as you hear the unstoppable energy in Rossini’s music! The Eroica was originally dedicated to the great Napoleon Bonaparte out of Beethoven’s


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