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  • To the Pines
  • To the Pines

    Ryan Gosling is at his best in one of the best films of the year
      Director Derek Cianfrance proves something with his newest film: he is great at making you feel terrible. His previous movie, Blue Valentine, an instant cult classic starring Ryan Gosling and Michelle
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  • The Overlook’s Maze
  • The Overlook’s Maze

    Room 237 smashes The Shining into a million pieces, then puts it back together
      Nothing in a Kubrick film is arbitrary, according to one of the five narrators in Room 237. This documentary dissects Stanley Kubrick’s classic 1980 horror film The Shining, exploring symbolism
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  • Grabbing Life by the Snowballs
  • Grabbing Life by the Snowballs

    A group of Idahoans play the game of summer in the dead of winter.
      For most people, winter is a time to be cooped up. And when the holidays have come and gone, January hits and we start looking out the windows longing for sun, pining for long summer days and warm nig
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  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

    With no new genres emerging and pop music mimicking the past, what is the sound of right now?
      hard to listen to mainstream music and pick out what our present-day sound is. The airwaves are all over the place. Sometimes youâeuro;™ll come across a twangy acoustic guitar alongside a yowling folk singer âeuro;” the kind of stuff that would seem natural on Paâeuro;™s porch way back when.
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  • Poor Choices
  • Poor Choices

    College tips for freeloaders
      Moving away from home does more for new students than just freeing them from their parents. It also lets them in — often for the first time — on the whole fun world of “financial res
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  • Country Behind Bars
  • Country Behind Bars

    Charles Shaw’s Exile Nation aims to be a complete, 40-year oral history of the War on Drugs.
      Armed with a creative writing degree from Boston University, Shaw has taken aim at what put him behind bars: the War on Drugs. His book (subtitled “Drugs, Prisons, Politics and Spirituality”) is available online at Reality Sandwich and in print next year through Counterpoint/ Soft Skull Press.
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  • Knights in Stage's Service
  • Knights in Stage's Service

    The KISS sound has become far less important than the KISS image.
      At the height of the disco era, four men from Detroit showed rockers worldwide how glamorous dudes in platform shoes could be. And today, when KISS comes to mind, it isn’t usually in connection to “Detroit Rock City” or “Rock and Roll All Nite,” but rather painted faces and Gene Simmons’ seven-inch tongue.
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  • Bug-pocalypse
  • Bug-pocalypse

    Amy Stewart analyzes how creepy-crawlies have had a hand in human history.
      Yes, definitely. Anytime you can get out of just writing about plants or bugs it draws a different crowd. For instance, I taught a workshop to murder-mystery writers about how to use bugs and plants to kill your characters at a book festival in Tucson. There’s also this kind of goth, steam-punk crowd that are into the books.
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  • July
  • July

    Earl camps out at the Gorge, kayaks Lake Pend Oreille, hammers the downhills, and more.
      Your guide to all things summery in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, Sandpoint and the rest of the Inland Northwest for June 2011
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  • Foo Fighters: Back and Forth
  • Foo Fighters: Back and Forth

    Inside the guitars and the growls.
      Dave Grohl started the Foo Fighters after Kurt Cobain committed suicide. The death of the nirvana frontman left Grohl confused and unemployed. He holed up in his house, wasting away for eight months. And then one day, he decided to haul a guitar, bass and drums to a local recording studio to record some tracks.
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  • Meat Me in CdA
  • Meat Me in CdA

    Porky G's is smoking in Coeur d'Alene. Plus, a new wine shop in the Valley.
      "Off the hook” is how owner Gary Stinnett describes business at PORKY G’S since it relocated from Dalton Avenue to Coeur d’Alene’s bustling Northwest Boulevard. Indeed, cars buzz in and out like bees to the hive, lured by the enticing smell (and intriguing sight) of meat smoking in the contraption out front.
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  • 'Bossy Pants,' Tina Fey
  • 'Bossy Pants,' Tina Fey

    Yes, Ms. Fey, we know how great you are.
      Still, this is a funny and enjoyable read from a writer who has earned her spot in the comedic hall of fame. Just read right past the back-patting, because after she talks about how funny she is, she’ll come out and prove it all over again. n.
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  • Beer Business
  • Beer Business

    Bag O'Nails Pub in the Valley. Plus, Northstar Seafood opens a restaurant on the South Hill.
      Pub owner Zeke Sawyer had to make a decision a few weeks ago: buy an order of beer, or buy a sign? It was a difficult choice for his new business, but he thinks he made the right one. As a result, BAG O’ NAILS PUB now has a selection of over forty beers.
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  • The Sure Thing
  • The Sure Thing

    A summer's worth of proof that Hollywood hates us.
      So there you have it. Johnny Depp’s hilarious, sexually ambiguous, drunken anti-blockbuster-hero is at least bisexual, and probably (this is Disney, remember) just plain straight. Sparrow used to confuse people. Depp told Vanity Fair.
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  • Voice Man
  • Voice Man

    National Public Radio icon Carl Kasell talks news, books and magic tricks.
      to write good news, you need to read a lot of good journalism. You need to stay on top of the stories. To be a good writer, you need to be a good reader. As far as reading books, that would be up to the individual. I think that you’ll learn something from any book you read.
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  • Human Planet
  • Human Planet

    The makers of Planet Earth and Life turn their lenses around.
      culture for each part. human beings have conquered the world — and not because we’re the strongest animal, but because we have the capacity to reason and work together. we can solve problems and find easier ways to cross that river (easier, at least, than trying to swim in a death trap).
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