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.
By Barbara Merchant For Inland 360 It’s a simple process to obtain a medical marijuana card if you live in Washington. All you have to do is get a clinician to evaluate you to... Read more
Stories and photos by IRENE EVERETT for Inland 360 A new handcraft and weaving studio named Heritage Handcraft Center that opened last month in Deary highlights traditional and sustai... Read more
Clarkston’s Conner Wayne Brown jumped from actor to director at the Lewiston Civic Theatre last year in the production “Wait Until Dark.” This fall, Brown has taken on one of the darkest mus... Read more
This story was updated on Sept. 13 Lewiston musician Shania Rales made it through the first round of tryouts for TV’s “American Idol,” held last weekend in Spokane. Rales, known for her raw... Read more
As two species swim toward extinction in the Pacific Northwest, writer Steven Hawley is telling their story in an attempt to clear a way for their survival. Hawley’s new documentary, “Dammed... Read more
People can travel back in time to the pioneer days Saturday at White Spring Ranch north of Genesee, where the legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder’s “Little House” stories will be celebrated at Li... Read more
“Horses All Over Hell” by Ryan Blacketter “Horses All Over Hell” is a book of short, interconnected stories set in a small Idaho city on the Snake River in the early ’90s. The tales begin wi... Read more