How the elders do fairy tales

After watching Sleeping Beauty in rehearsals recently, I realized how much I miss community musical theatre.

Do the time warp in Prosser

Despite its name, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is not scary, just strange.

Mid-century homes tour set

While many people are familiar with local Alphabet Homes, fewer realize the city is also home to a significant number of mid-century modern houses.

Jazz concert set

The 21st Annual “FreeForm Friends and Family” Concert featuring the Columbia Basin College’s nationally-acclaimed jazz choir, directed by Dave Cazier, will host its first performances of the year Saturday.

Film festival tonight

The Tri-Cities International Film Festival in the Confluent Space, Uptown Theater, 1300 Jadwin Way, and in the Richland Community Center, 500 Amon Park Drive, screening are from 1:00 - 10:30 p.m. beginning today.

Scary night at the museum

“Cell Block 13,” a glimpse into the world of community lawbreakers, will be the theme of Scary Museum Night at Sunnyside Museum, 704 S. Fourth St., from 7-9 p.m. on Oct. 28-30.

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Saving her evil spell for last

Sheila Hazzard, as the evil fairy Trollerina, prepares to voice her anger over a social slight as the Over the Hill Theatricals cast of “Sleeping Beauty” prepares for its Saturday opening night.

Apple fest underway

Fresh pumpkin donuts and lessons in making apple pie are all featured at Bill’s Berry Farm Apple and Pumpkin Festival, 3674 N. County Road.

Chorus plans fall concerts

Rolling Hills Chorus is preparing for its annual concert at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Princess Theatre, 1228 Meade Ave.

Get ready to catch the crush

Harvest in Yakima Valley’s wine country is a time of excitement. It is the culmination of hard work and a glimpse into the promise of the new vintage.

Monday mayhem begins

Monday Football Mayhem strikes again at Horse Heaven Hills Brewery, 1118 Meade Ave.

Kubecca kicks off concert series

Season tickets to arrive before performance

The music of Kubecca will open the 2016-17 Lower Valley Community Association season.

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Hypnotized at the fair

White Swan resident Sherrai Sutterlict, 22, takes the microphone and stage by storm last night at the Central Washington State Fair after being hypnotized into believing she is the rock ’n’ roll artist Pink.