Late Night Snaq came together around last November. Performing with a multi-genre setlist, they have had success with their peers at GU and local venues.
Brannon Cho, award winning cellist, will be playing with the Gonzaga Symphony Orchestra on Monday night and is one of the youngest soloists to be featured.
Gonzaga seniors, Aaron Reese and Bobby McCambridge, entered the homemade candle-making game with a similar goal in mind, to make candles for guys.
A few fitness studios in Spokane have remained consistent favorites for GU students, including The Union Studios and Core Four Collective.
Gonzaga students and Spokanites have found that it’s hard to find authentic, boba tea but the newly opened Tea’s Company and Black Straw Bubble Tea are changing the narrative.
Gonzaga University’s Department of Theatre and Dance's rendition of "Romeo and Juliet" mixed contemporary dance, music and stage-sets with traditional Shakespearean language.
“The Updog” is a student-run, satirical news show which includes students of all majors on Gonzaga TV. Episode one is available to view on the GUTV Facebook page, as well as the GUTV YouTube channel.
Here are some tips and tricks to enjoy this Halloween. We have a guide for the best recipes, movies and costumes that will make this holiday memorable.
Following many delays, Kanye West's ninth studio album titled “JESUS IS KING” was released on Friday. It is a deep-dive into West’s recent conversion to Christianity.
The Bartlett is closing its doors with one last party on Nov. 8 at 5 p.m. with a lineup of local bands that will play all through the night.
West Coast Entertainment (WCE) has a program called student rush which makes a night at the theater an attainable and financially viable option for students.
"Miss Saigon" is currently playing at the First Interstate Center for the Arts and is filled with jaw-dropping sets, an emotional plot and wonderful performances.
Procrastinated a little too long on getting a Halloween costume together? Try these eight fixes to really dress to impress at every costume party.
On Friday night, Craig Robinson performed stand-up comedy at the Spokane Comedy Club. His performance was full of crude jokes and keyboard renditions.
Otori Sushi, located at 829 E. Boone Ave. opened on Sept. 1. The owners, Moon Lee and Hannah Park, truly care about the integrity of ingredients, the quality of the food and providing a pleasant dining experience.
The Spokane Fall Leaf Festival returns to the John A. Finch Arboretum on Oct. 26, running from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. The festival will have many activities for autumn fans which range from a scavenger hunt, to tips on how to identify different leaves to lessons on making birds welcome around your property.
Heber Hatchets opened its doors for ax throwing mayhem about three months ago. Spokane has quickly risen to the No. 1 performing spot among their locations.
On Friday, Terrain 12 took place from 5 p.m. to midnight in the Jensen Byrd Building. This year, 290 artists and 453 artworks were featured.
Seattle native Kaoru Ishibashi played energetic pop music at Lucky You Lounge on Monday. He played the violin, guitar, piano and beatboxed, often playing over himself through a looping device.
On Sunday the Martin Woldson Theater at The Fox in downtown Spokane hosted RuPaul's Werq the World Tour 2019. Two of the drag queens are from Spokane.
The Spokane Farmer’s market offers a variety of fresh food, baked goods and more. It is open every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
A live show was born from a weeklong collaborative process between GU dance students and professional dance company. It was performed on Sept. 21.
The Gonzaga theatre and dance department finally opens up about its best kept secret, its closet. The department has tons of costumes and a thriving costume design team.
Indie-folk band The Lumineers released their third album titled “III” on Sept. 13 which depicts the story of a family and their ongoing struggles with addiction.