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  • Marshall McLean Band show celebrates video release

    The stark imagery of the Marshall McLean Band’s new music video seems to neatly encapsulate the simple, driving force of the group. It’s merely three guys playing their instruments in …


  • Grey’s Southern roots stay front and center

    Fans of JJ Grey’s smoky swamp-funk blues don’t have to make the trek to the Gorge this Memorial Day weekend to see it live. While Grey, along with his band, …


  • Grey’s Southern roots stay front and center

    Fans of JJ Grey’s smoky swamp-funk blues don’t have to make the trek to the Gorge this Memorial Day weekend to see it live. While Grey, along with his band, …


  • Spotlight: Hayden Cinemas shuts its doors after a 15-year run

    And then there was one. Hayden Cinemas, an independent movie theater located in the Prairie Shopping Center in Hayden, will close after today.


  • Spotlight: Banff Film Festival visits North Idaho

    If you missed the Banff Mountain Film Festival in Spokane in November, you have a couple of chances to catch it in the Idaho Panhandle. The festival will be screened …


  • Spotlight: Hay, Junkies set local shows

    So far, 2013 is shaping up to be a good concert season, especially for music fans of the Gen X persuasion. Too Far North productions has booked former Men at …


  • Half Nelson

    When you’re Willie Nelson’s kid, there are expectations. Chief among them might be that you sing country music, just like dear old dad. Lukas Nelson, then, is not one for …


  • Fly Fishing Film Tour returns to Inland Northwest

    The 2012 Fly Fishing Film Tour, which has been traveling across the country and revving up enthusiastic audiences since February, is coming back to the Inland Northwest. Portions of 11 …


  • Arts briefs: ‘Bluegrass in the Cathedral’ to help Catholic Charities

    St. John’s Cathedral will open its doors to bluegrass music Friday in a benefit for Catholic Charities of Spokane. Molly & Tenbrooks and the Panhandle Polecats will be featured in …


  • Spotlight: NPR’s Cokie Roberts sets Bing appearance

    Cokie Roberts , the veteran political reporter for National Public Radio, has just been booked into the Bing Crosby Theater for a talk Oct. 1. Spokane Public Radio is sponsoring …


  • Spotlight: Story of ‘REMIX’ a happy one, so far

    For nine months, Spokane Public Radio’s third channel – KPBZ-FM (90.3) – has been considered somewhat of an experiment. Now General Manager Dick Kunkel is just about ready to declare …


  • Stay and Play: Get sidetracked to Sandpoint

    If there’s one problem with Sandpoint, it’s that there is too much to do. Between Schweitzer Mountain and City Beach, the Festival at Sandpoint and the Panida Theater, there is …


  • Banff film fest lineup

    The Banff Mountain Film Festival will be in North Idaho for four days. The first three nights — Jan. 28, 29 and 30 — will be at the Panida Theater …


  • ‘Red Tape’ melds visual, theater arts

    Sandpoint has long been recognized as an artists’ community. But just when you think the creative level could not be more intriguing for a small town such as this, a …


  • Maintaining Panida is community effort

    The Panida Theater is a treasured landmark in downtown Sandpoint. It opened in 1927 and was named for its location – the Panhandle of Idaho. In the early years it …


  • Chamber Choice Awards to honor area merchants

    Although the Oscars are still several weeks away, this Friday, the red carpet will be rolled out at Sandpoint’s Panida Theater in honor of several local businesses, organizations and individuals …

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