French-Algerian acoustic guitar virtuoso and composer Pierre Bensusan will play a free concert May 20 at the Community Hall at Grace City Church, 277 Melody Lane, Wenatchee. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., with a 7 p.m. start time.
WENATCHEE — The works of artists Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo are currently on display at the MAC Gallery on the Wenatchee Valley College campus. The Seattle duo are among the highest-profile artists ever to have their work shown in the gallery, according to Scott Bailey, WVC art department …
WENATCHEE — The Wenatchee Valley Chamber of Commerce Hispanic Business Council’s annual Cinco de Mayo celebration — La Terraza de Main Street — has been moved to later this month to avoid a conflict with Apple Blossom Festival activities.
QUINCY — The Valley Visions Juried Art Exposition is calling for artists young and old to submit entries. The expo takes place May 20-22 at the Heritage Barn of the Quincy Valley Historical Society & Museum in Quincy.
At the end of Robert Eggers' first movie, 2015's "The Witch," Anya Taylor-Joy's character joins an eerie group of witches in the woods and — in a shocking and subversive moment — lifts off into the air, free from gender roles and gravity.
The Wenatchee Valley College Foundation will host a Piatigorsky Foundation concert at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in The Grove Recital Hall, Music and Art Center. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. Seating is first-come, first-served.
LEAVENWORTH — The Wenatchee River Institute, in partnership with Waste Loop, Sustainable NCW, and the Sustainability Club at Wenatchee Valley College, will host an outdoor Trashion Show from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Friday.
We’re now midway through the five-movie “Fantastic Beasts” series, a sort of prequel/cousin to the Harry Potter world created by J.K. Rowling, and the most enthusiasm I can muster is that it’s all lovely to look at.
WENATCHEE — The pop-rock group Smokey Brights are part of the Second Annual Black Box Concert Series at the Numerica Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, along with local artists Sett Garrido and Skyler Mehal.
WENATCHEE — Collapse Contemporary Art Gallery in Wenatchee has two shows in April — "Paper Cuts II," featuring works by the Pacific Northwest Collage Collective and "Sometimes a Broken Bird," a solo show by Jay Riggio.
MOSES LAKE — As supporters of Ukraine crowdfund to raise money to help the over 3 million refugees fleeing invading Russian troops, it’s good to remember this isn’t the first time Americans have been asked to help victims of war abroad.
LOS ANGELES — It was the slap heard round the world, or at least among the dwindling population of TV viewers who still bother to watch the Oscars. Will Smith's hand connected with Chris Rock's face during a live broadcast of the 94th Academy Awards on Sunday evening, an awards show that pro…
Fall movies are a thing, winter movies are definitely a thing, but spring movies? Spring is a distinctive season — not my favorite, but hey, we all do our own thing — and it’s a little harder to pin down as a distinctive movie look. What is a spring movie, really, but a summer movie with a l…
WENATCHEE — Mathew Pippin is not walking to Seattle to raise money for the Numerica Performing Arts Center. Although the local actor, director is walking over 150 miles, he’s sticking around Wenatchee.
How charming is “The Lost City”? So charming that the villain is played by Daniel Radcliffe. So charming that it leaves you wondering why nobody has asked Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum to host the Oscars, or make an “Ocean’s 8” sequel in which he’s the mark, or team up for a series of PS…
Jeremy Ocampo, of Wenatchee, applies the final touches to his clay house during a workshop at Wenatchee River Institute in Leavenworth on Saturday. Over a dozen participants will have their clay sculptures fired in artist Martha Flores' kiln before the sculptures are painted at this Saturday's class.
Leonard (Mark Rylance), the proprietor of the finest bespoke suiting shop in 1956 Chicago, wants to make one thing very clear: he’s not a tailor, he’s a cutter. “Anyone with a needle and thread can call themselves a tailor,” he sniffs. No, Leonard trained for years on legendary Savile Row in…
Editor’s note: Judges for the 2021 North Central Washington Wine Awards competition awarded Gold Medal status to both of these wines.
What an amazing year for World's Best! This competition has never been as competitive as it was for 2021!
The community known competition saw more than 13,000 nominations in round 1 which made up more than 2,300 businesses, people, and places across our community.