Jennifer K. Bauer has interviewed sword swallowers, saddle makers and even Arnold Schwarzenegger. She is the editor of Inland 360, a weekly culture magazine for north Idaho and eastern Washington that prints in the Lewiston Tribune and Moscow-Pullman Daily News. Contact her at email@example.com or (208) 848-2263.
The Disinformation Nation: Trolls, conspiracy theorists, hoaxers and even our president have twisted Facebook, YouTube and the news to toxic levels — and it’s only getting worse By Daniel W... Read more
Jose Murillo likes to dance, laugh and take his grandchildren to Costco for hot dogs. He tells people no one ever leaves his house hungry, and they don’t. He loves the New England Pat... Read more
In his breakout novel “There There,” author Tommy Orange takes an unblinking look at the pride, pain and confusion that are undercurrents of identity for many modern day American Indians. Th... Read more
Idaho has seemed like the ideal place to several extremist groups looking for a place to call home. Although few, if any, of these groups have successfully created a base of operation... Read more
In Leni Zumas’ bestselling novel “Red Clocks,” a group of Oregon women grapple with the reality that abortion is once again illegal in the United States. In vitro fertilization and ad... Read more
It’s a point of pride for many people to be able to say one’s family has lived in Idaho, or any state, for multiple generations. But author Debra Gwartney’s identity as a fifth-generation Id... Read more
When penicillin, one of the world’s first antibiotics, was discovered in 1928, doctors realized our environment offers tools that could cure infectious disease. But today, antibiotic... Read more