“Parasite” has officially infected Hollywood’s award season. Bong Joon Ho’s Korean class satire became the first foreign language film to take top honors from the Screen Actors Guild on Sunday, setting itself up as a legitimate best picture contender to the front-runner “1917” at next month’…
Violinist Patricia Kopatchinskaja’s Seattle Symphony debut drew blood. Now, she brings her fearless artistry back to town.
We are treated to a diversity of programs this month. Readers with young families will want to attend the symphony’s free family concert and food raiser, starting at 2 p.m. Sunday in Cordiner Hall on the Whitman College campus. “The Orchestra Moves” explores how musicians use variations in l…
Through a lifetime of travels, Waitsburg photographer Bill Rodgers has amassed a collection of landscape photographs.
Farmers are especially encouraged to attend a public talk about the effects climate change is having on Walla Walla’s agricultural industry at Whitman College on Wednesday.
IONE, Wash. — At 1:15 p.m. on Nov. 9, Tony Leonetti’s phone rang as he drove along a Forest Service road high in the hills of the Colville National Forest.
Shamim Momin is kind of a big deal in the world of contemporary art.
Female filmmakers were shut out, “Parasite” made history and “Joker” edged out “The Irishman,” “1917” and “Once Upon a Time ... in Hollywood” in Monday’s Oscar nominations.
COLLEGE PLACE — International musician Po-Chuan Chiang and Romanian born violinist Cristian Neacsu, Walla Walla University assistant professor of music and chairman of the department, will present a free recital there featuring the music of such classical composers as Handel, Brahms and Tcha…
A handful of world-traveling classical musicians will once again fill intimate venues with music for the annual Walla Walla Chamber Music Festival happening this weekend.
Technology and industry has taken over the planet. Farms, forests, gardens and seasons are only experienced on a screen. Children no longer play, and Mother Nature has gone into hiding.
On its “Smile Tour” Sidewalk Prophets will host an evening of hits and new music that will “leave concert-goers feeling re-energized and grinning from ear to ear,” according to a release.
Wardner Peak, the site of an avalanche on Jan. 7 that killed two people and injured five more, is a 6,200-foot feature on the western edge of Idaho’s Silver Mountain resort.
After more than 60 years sealed up in a library storage facility, about 1,000 letters written by poet T.S. Eliot to confidante Emily Hale will be unveiled this week, and scholars hope they will reveal the extent of a relationship that’s been speculated about for decades.
TOKYO — The official posters are out for this year’s Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
DAYTON — The walls in Jordan Henderson’s new studio are covered in a sea of faces.
A prevailing theme for the Yakima Symphony Orchestra’s 2019-20 season has been to highlight women composers.
Technology and industry has taken over the planet. Farms, forests, gardens and seasons are only experienced on a screen. Children no longer play and Mother Nature has gone into hiding.
The 77th Golden Globes were meant to be a coronation for Netflix. Instead, a pair of big-screen epics took top honors Sunday, as Sam Mendes’ technically dazzling World War I tale “1917” won best picture, drama, and Quentin Tarantino’s radiant Los Angeles fable “Once Upon a Time... in Hollywo…