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 firstname.lastname@example.org or (208) 848-2263.
For 20 years, Arlene Falcon has been Moscow’s tie-dye maven. As the owner of Tye Dye Everything she’s tie-dyed, well, everything, from lab coats to doggy T-shirts. She’s known for her vibran... Read more
If politics puts you on the defensive these days or brings on feelings of despair and hopelessness, there’s hope, and it’s only a vote away. The midterm elections take place Nov. 6. It’s an... Read more
Work by one of the world’s most admired political cartoonists, Herb Block, is on display at the Colfax Branch of the Whitman County Library. The cartoonist went by “Herblock.” During his 72-... Read more
This week I’d like to take some space to greet 6,000 new readers. Starting today Inland 360 begins circulating in the University of Idaho’s student newspaper, the Argonaut. The Argonaut turn... Read more
Youth ages 13 to 20 can explore writing and hip-hop theater at a free workshop from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the Asotin County Library in Clarkston. Participants will explore writing and perf... Read more
by ASHLEY CENTERS For Inland 360 Mostly true stories of addiction, heartbreak and travel are the roots of Reverend Justin Hylton’s personal gospel. The Americana singer/songwriter is a Georg... Read more
When Bobbi Vance was 17, she had a baby boy whom she named Paul Joseph and held for one day. She wanted to keep Paul and bring him home, but her father refused. She was a teenager. The pregn... Read more