More Than a Party 

Electronic music is in a renaissance, but it'll need local venues to keep it alive.

The police were following them on Facebook. Or so says Eddie Proulx (aka DJ Eddie P), who had a thousand kids waiting in a Coeur d’Alene parking lot last summer for a free electronic show. But the police were also there,…

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