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  • Basque-ing in Boise

      Every year during the last weekend in July, Idahoans turn off their country music and set aside their cowboy hats to take part in a celebration that is old and European but nonetheless down home to Boise residents. In the capital's center
  • More than a pretty face

      Between 1912 and 1939, Marguerite Motie served as a symbol of Spokane's indigenous past and its pioneer present. After winning a Spokane beauty pageant, she was chosen by the Spokane Advertising Club as the face of their winnin
  • Having an epiphany

      In baroque times, the Epiphany was a major religious celebration in Europe. In fact, this celebration of the coming of the wise men from the East was sometimes a bigger festivity than Christmas. Every other year in Spokane, the
  • Keeping Christmas

      How, exactly, does a theatrical company approach one of the most well-known and most beloved Christmas stories of all time? How do you bring Scrooge and Marley, Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, and all those spirits of Christmas past
  • Water, snow, ice and rock

      From the giant waves provoked by El Nino in Hawaii to frozen cascades of waterfalls in Canada, the latest IMAX movie, Extreme, presents outdoor sports triumphs in some of nature's most challenging situations. Throughout the 60-
  • A mission of music

      On Wednesday, the Westminster Congregational United Church of Christ will resonate with the angelic voices of the world-renowned Luther College Choir directed by Weston Noble. Noble, who has dedicated more than a half-century t

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