Trying your luck to spot a celebrity in the wild? Turns out a large number of celebrities come through Washington, whether it's for movies, television, concerts, or just a visit. Here are Five places around Washington you could spot a celebrity in the wild!
Many of comedy's biggest and brightest stars are bringing their acts to the Northwest this summer. This list is not complete, but we feel these comedians are your best bets for a good time in June.
Aries Spears appears June 25-June 26th at Tacoma Comedy Club
Bill Burr performs June 24th at White River Amphitheater
Cedric the Entertainer
Cedric the Entertainer brings the
Monica Nevi may be the hardest working comic in the Northwest. She tours constantly, hosts a podcast or two, recorded a comedy special for Helium that's due later this year, and in 2020 she released TWO comedy albums that went to number one. Tha...
As soon as I arrived at Petunia and Loomis, the new shop of the odd and macabre in Spokane’s Paulsen Center, the sunshine dimmed like dying eyes, the clouds gathered like mourners, and raindrops danced along the gritty sidewalk, as someone wronged might dance on another’s grave. I knew I w...
ComiCon season is officially here, though you may wonder, "Dan, when isn't it ComiCon season?" That's a fair point, as the number of ComiCons has blown up in recent years, and if you like to travel, you could attend a 'Con nearly every weekend of the year in the U...
What is the Armed Forces Torchlight Parade?
The Armed Forces Torchlight Parade is an 84 year old Spokane tradition, which has been on hiatus during the pandemic, so get ready to clap and cheer with an enthusiastic crowd.
The mission of the Spokane Lilac Festival Association, who organize the parade, is to “Honor Our Military, Empower Our Youth and Showcase Our Region.” All are well-...