• Public Enemy Dig Into Vaults for Lavish Reissues
    As part of pioneering rap label Def Jam's 30th anniversary celebrations, the label has planned reissues of Public Enemy's 1988 breakthrough album It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back and their 1990 follow-up LP, Fear of a Black Planet
  • Rick Ross, Timbaland, K. Michelle Team Up for 'If They Knew'
    Not too many people have the gumption to release two albums in one year, but as Rick Ross explained on Power 105.1 earlier this month: "That’s how bosses do it, ya heard me?" The MC is prepping for the release of his seventh LP, Hood Billionaire, just eight months after March's Mastermind
  • Emily West Inks Label Deal for New Album
    Singer Emily West, who charmed TV viewers as a finalist on the most recent edition of NBC's America's Got Talent
  • 18 Things You Learn Hanging Out With U2
    What's left to learn about U2 in 2014? Plenty, as it turns out – especially if you get a few days worth of intimate access to the band in three different countries. Here's the best of what didn't fit into the cover story, from the making of the new album to the...
  • Metallica Enlist Fans for 'Kill 'Em All' and 'Ride the Lightning' Reissues
    Metallica are currently prepping remastered, deluxe editions of their first two albums, 1983's Kill 'Em All and 1984's Ride the Lightning
  • Hear Two Frenetic, Echo-Filled Dead Weather Tracks
    The two Dead Weather songs that came as part of Third Man Records' "Vault Package Number 21" on a gold-colored seven-inch are now streaming online. The songs, "Buzzkill(er)" and "It's Just Too Bad," find the band exploring echoey, bluesy garage rock on the former and clattering, shambolic riffage on the...
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 THU Oct 30th
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 Oprah
 FRI/SAT Nov 7-8
 Key Arena
 Bastille
 SAT Nov 15th
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 Justin Timberlake
 THU Nov 20th
 Portland MODA


Usher
WED Nov 26
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  • Trick of Treating in Downtown Wenatchee
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 A safe and fun Halloween tradition continues Friday in dowtown Wenatchee. Trick-or-treat on Wenatchee Avenue runs from three to five p.m. . Several downtown businesses will be handing out candy. The Wenatchee Downtown Association will provide free hot apple cider at the Hedeen Plaza, located at the corner of First Street and Wenatchee Avenue. They will also hand out silver, glow in the dark bags that kids can use to hold their booty. Volunteers will be monitoring crosswalks during the event and parents are strongly encouraged to accompany their children while trick-or-treating.
  • Halloween Carnival for Kids
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 Hundreds of little ghouls and goblins are expected to haunt the Wenatchee Convention Center Friday for the Wenatchee Parks and Recreation Department's annual Halloween Carnival...
  • Haunted Theater Wraps up Friday
    Posted Thursday, 10-30-14 Friday is the final performance of the Mission Creek Players "Haunted Theater"...
  • Flu Shots Available At Columbia Valley Health
    Posted: October 30, 2014   Your chances of contracting the flu this season will be greatly reduced if you utilize one of many flu clinics offered this fall. Columbia Valley Community Health's Sarah Wilkins says flu vaccinations will be available at their Wenatchee and Chelan clinics over the next two months. Wilkins says vaccinations can safeguard you from flu strains such as the H1N1, H3N3 and the B-Type Virus.  Health officials say the flu season typically begins after Thanksgiving. Walk-ins are welcome but anyone interested in scheduling an appintment should call 509-662-6000.     
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