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.
The blazing hot days of summer are almost over. Our slice of the Earth is tilting away from the sun. It’s time to get out and soak up the last days of summer. In the coming weeks we’ll sugge... Read more
This weekend is a homecoming of sorts for Ian Skavdahl, who left the area about four years ago to pursue a music career in the Seattle area. He left as a solo artist and returns with a band:... Read more
It’s time for another round of “Legal or Not Legal,” the Inland 360 game that tests your knowledge of the law. Because laws vary from state to state, county to county and city to city, we ch... Read more
Name: Jade Lowder Lives in: Bozeman, Mont., where he works as an artist and teaches at Montana State University Artistic media: “I would consider myself a painter, first and foremost.” Lowde... Read more
It all started with a museum and a raspberry patch. Celebrating its 25th year, the Raspberry Festival at the Monastery at St. Gertrude in Cottonwood now draws around 3,000 people, tripling t... Read more
Hiking with kids is pretty much like everything else with kids: accomplished primarily through threats and bribes. Of course, it always begins much more optimistically. But kids aren’t dumb,... Read more
By Shelly Romine for Inland360 Two out of three Americans believe in some sort of psychic phenomena, according to a recent Gallup poll, which lists extrasensory perception, telepathy, clairv... Read more