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  • Peggy, Sweetheart
  • Peggy, Sweetheart

    Local academics consider Mad Men’s impact on gender, race and Banana Republic.
  • Moscow/Pullman
  • Moscow/Pullman

    Where the young meet the old meet the college students.
      College towns can be awesome, what with all the intellectuals and burgeoning talent crammed into such a small area. But these are also the sorts of towns that feature a sizable population of individua
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  • Change is Good
  • Change is Good

    Home cooking in Post Falls. Plus, the ever-rotating menu of Moscow's Gnosh.
      âeuro;œAs a chef, we have wanderlust a lot,âeuro;� says Conte, who has worked at some of the areaâeuro;™s finest restaurants, including Nectar and Black Cypress. âeuro;œI want to make sure that Iâeuro;™m forcing myself to change the menu. It makes it exciting for me and for other people, too.
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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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  • Accidental Festival
  • Accidental Festival

    The ivories will be ridden hard and put away wet over the next few weeks.
  • Shakespeare Seeks a Silo
  • Shakespeare Seeks a Silo

    If you build a theater in the round, they will come. Even if you build it inside a grain silo.

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