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Northwest Arts Review: 5 November, 2020

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Northwest Arts Review returns from a pre-election hiatus with a literary and visual arts focus. Chris Maccini talks with Spokane author Jess Walter about his new novel, The Cold Millions, and we’ll take a virtual trip to the Wallowa Valley to learn about the Josephy Center for Arts and Culture in Joseph, OR. Dan Webster drops by for a film review, too, and we celebrate our return with some spirited music from the EWU Wind Ensemble, led by Patrick Winters.

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The Josephy Center in Joseph, OR

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Douglas Hyde installation, The Return, on the Josephy grounds

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Doug Hyde statue, The Return