Over more than 15 years as a journalist, Jennifer K. Bauer has interviewed sword swallowers, saddle makers and even Arnold Schwarzenegger. She writes about the arts, culture, books, food, drink and music for Inland 360, a news magazine covering north Idaho and eastern Washington that circulates in the Lewiston Tribune and Moscow-Pullman Daily News. She welcomes tips and story ideas at email@example.com or (208) 848-2263.
Bounded between mountains in the Idaho panhandle lies the Silver Valley, a treasure trove of alpine recreation and history. Also known as the Coeur d’Alene Mining District, the valley is a s... Read more
Tonight Moscow author Alexandra Teague will read from her debut novel, the surrealist coming-of-age story “The Principles of Flotation.” In the book a giant sea suddenly materializes in a sm... Read more
Unlocking the Vault by T.J. Tranchell My wife and I have been catching up on the latest season of “The Simpsons,” and I noticed something odd. A good portion of the show’s 28th season has be... Read more
If you’ve ever been a part of this conversation: Person No. 1: Hey, what’s this song? Person No. 2: Darude, “Sandstorm.” You know that the song in question could be “Crazy in Love” by Beyonc... Read more
By Tara Roberts For inland360.com Run, Jamie whispers. Run. But first I glance over my shoulder and see it: A bull moose, two tons of muscle with antlers as wide as a bus, bolting through th... Read more
David George Gordon grew up in the metropolitan city of Chicago but felt a keen kinship with the denizens of his backyard. Today Gordon lives in Seattle and is the award-winning author of “T... Read more
By Tara Roberts For inland360.com Imagine, if you will, a beautiful forest. Majestic even. Towering pines. Fresh snow falling onto a thick blanket of powder. A distant hooting owl. No sign o... Read more