Michelle has been writing for Inland360 since 2012, with a particular affinity for stories that involve adventure, creativity, cultures or anything outdoors. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 208.305.4578.
Sister Mary Alfreda Elsensohn is one of Idaho’s most important historians. She meticulously documented the early pioneer experience in north central Idaho, including the lives and lifestyle... Read more
Far from the star-studded neighborhoods of Beverly Hills and New York’s Upper West Side, Lewiston might be the last place you’d expect to produce an expert in celebrity culture and gossip.... Read more
There’s nothing hesitant about Josh Ulrich’s photographic work. The Lewiston native and Artwalk 2017’s featured artist captures all-in, go-big, grand-scale landscapes on the mountain tops an... Read more
Whether with watercolors, photography or antiques, Jennifer Holland has been creatively dabbling in beauty for all but the earliest years of her life. The longtime owner of Splendid Old Stuf... Read more
If you watched the 1920 version of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” in your home, you’d notice something was missing. There’d be no recorded dialogue, sound effects or music. That won’t be the case... Read more
Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much. These well known words of Helen Keller’s might never have been said were it not for her teacher Annie Sullivan. “The Miracle Worker,” a... Read more