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2019 in Review: Stage

Here’s a look back at some of the events that wowed us and made us laugh, think and maybe even cry in 2019.

2019 in Review: Music

Here’s a look back at just a few of the many concerts, from local and touring acts, that got Inland Northwesterners grooving this year.

‘Roseanne,’ ‘Black Panther’ Aretha Franklin and the entertainment briefs of 2018

Entertainment in 2018 was a celebration of the old (reboots like “Charmed” and “Magnum P.I.” and celebrating 100 years of the L.A. Philharmonic), the new (blockbusters featuring people of color like “Black Panther” and “Crazy Rich Asians”), the real (documentaries like “RBG” and “Three Identical Strangers”), calling out awards inequality (Grammys, Oscars) and allegations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood (Harvey Weinstein).

Snap Decisions 2018

A look back at the faces and places caught on camera by Spokesman-Review photographer Dan Pelle during 2018.

On Tap: 2018 brews in review

As 2018 draws to a close, it’s time for our annual look back at the year in beer, plus a preview of what lies ahead.

A year in review: 14 big stories of 2017

No quick list could adequately sum up the awesome, horrifying, beautiful and frustrating events of 2017. But some stories stand out for their scale and impact on the city, the region and its residents’ lives.

In 2017, pop music either sought shelter from the storm or ran straight into it

Even now, eight months after I first heard it, the 10-second stretch of music gets me every time. It comes at the end of the second verse of “Love,” a song from Kendrick Lamar’s album “Damn,” and the thing that’s so gripping is the way the Compton rapper suddenly shrinks a vast, roiling world down to the psychic space between two people.

AP New Year’s poll: Americans hopeful for a better 2017

Emotionally wrenching politics, foreign conflicts and shootings at home took a toll on Americans in 2016, but they are entering 2017 on an optimistic note, according to a new poll that found that a majority believes things are going to get better for the country next year.