• Something for everyone this summer

    Summer officially is here, after an unusually cool, wet spring (not that we’re complaining). Now that the sun's out, we’re looking forward to activities like these events from around the region plucked from the Inland 360 calendar...

  • Mixologist Report: ‘Like an adult milkshake’

    Salted caramel White Russian is a Lewiston original

    By Josh Babcock

    Courtney Mee’s spin on a salted caramel White Russian isn’t very Russian at all: Vodka isn’t an ingredient. She swapped the liquor out for Black Velvet Toasted Caramel whisky...

  • Shooting for a safe space

    Teen’s LGBTQ+ group is for anyone seeking a supportive community

    By Mary Stone

    This is the fourth Q&A in Inland 360’s Pride Month series. Previous installments can be found at inland360.com, as can a bonus question from this week’s feature...

  • Questions remain about BTS’s future

    SEOUL, South Korea — The surprise announcement by BTS last week that they were taking a break to focus on members’ solo projects stunned their global fanbase, shaking their label’s stock price and leaving many questions about the K-pop supergroup’s future. HYBE, the company behind the band, denied the group was taking a hiatus — a word used in a translation of the group’s emotional dinnertime video announcement...

  • Stream on Demand

    By Sean Axmaker

    A young woman (Erin Doherty) obsessed with the seemingly perfect life of a childhood friend turns from online stalking to social infiltration after her friend's suicide in the limited series "Chloe" (2022, TV-MA). The British psychological thriller follows the emboldened woman down the rabbit hole of false identities and confidence games...

  • Blood, sweat, tears and tattoos

    From L.A. to Idaho, tattoo artist Tommy Venegas’s story is one of heart, hard work and family

    Most businesses in downtown Lewiston are dark after 10 p.m., but the light in Walkin’s Tattoo Studio at 618 D St. remains on as the early hours approach. There, you will often find Tommy Venegas, the 32-year-old tattoo artist and shop co-owner, hunched over a client with a tattoo gun in hand and the music turned up as he works late into the night...