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  • Papa, Remembered
  • Papa, Remembered

    They will gather in North Idaho and discuss Ernest Hemingway and it will be good and it will be fitting and in the end they will leave.
      Hemingway, an enthusiastic outdoorsman who often weaved those experiences into the turbulent lives of his characters, frequented Idaho and killed himself in his Ketchum home in 1961 after battling depression. He is buried in the cemetery there, though local landowners in the town have worked successfully to limit access to his house.
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  • The Weeping Woman
  • The Weeping Woman

    A new play about Pablo Picasso's muse navigates the realms of identity, womanhood and surrealist art.
      In a series of paintings composed through the 1930s and ’40s (called “The Weeping Woman”), Picasso painted Maar’s fractured and nightmarish portrait in thick layers of oil. She became a public figure in Picasso’s life and work, yet became lost — if not trapped — within her legacy on canvas.
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  • Trading Places
  • Trading Places

    A WSU favorite is back on the field, but not everyone is happy about Jason Gesser’s new position.
      At 32, the former WSU quarterback, who led the team to the 2002 Rose Bowl, looks younger than many of the players he’s now helping to coach at the University of Idaho. But he’s 10 years removed from his last college game and eight miles east of the campus where he set career passing records.
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  • Accidental Festival
  • Accidental Festival

    The ivories will be ridden hard and put away wet over the next few weeks.

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