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 email@example.com or at 208.305.4578.
Local audiences will get a small taste of one of the world’s largest performing arts festivals Saturday when Hannah Myers performs her original work during the Graham Academy Annual Spring C... Read more
If you’re looking for a summer full of fun and new experiences, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s Inland 360’s 2018 Summer Guide to multi-day camps and workshops for kids in the Quad Ci... Read more
This piece by Ray Esparsen is part of the Inflation Celebration at the Third Street Gallery in Moscow. The painting was inspired by the inflatable next to it. Being portable and collapsible,... Read more
Fly fishing films don’t typically involve lederhosen, a stuffed giraffe and polka music. “Das Fischer” isn’t a typical fly fishing film. With plenty of props and no dialogue, the 9-minute We... Read more
As the weather warms and clouds dry up, bicycles become more common on roads and pathways. If you’re confused about how to ride your bike on the road, or how to ride with a bike on the road,... Read more
Regional Theatre of the Palouse presents “God of Carnage,” a comedic production that addresses issues of classism, sexism and racism. Based on the book by Yasmina Reza, the play features two... Read more
As the dogwoods begin to bloom, the 34th annual Art Under the Elms kicks off Friday in Lewiston. The event includes a wide range of activities, including performances, arts and crafts, gam... Read more