• L-C Valley libraries organize outdoor talk with Moscow author

    By Inland 360

    Moscow author Annie Lampman will discuss her debut novel, “Sins of the Bees,” at 1 p.m. Saturday at Pioneer Park in Lewiston...

  • WSU jazz concert features tribute to Ginsburg

    By Inland 360

    The Washington State University School of Music will present the online concert “A Virtual Celebration of Jazz” at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 20...

  • Beyond Monopoly

    Survival in the Time of Hunters and Gatherers

    By Louis Sylvester

    One of my favorite board game mechanisms is the cooperative style of play, in which players work together to overcome a series of challenges. Numerous excellent co-op games have been released, and they tend to share a similar system: A player takes a turn and does some good things, followed by the game doing some bad things that complicate the player’s plans...

  • Speaker shares family experience of historical trauma

    By Inland 360

    Robbie Paul will speak about healing historical trauma Friday in a keynote address for the inaugural Lewis-Clark State College Trauma and Resiliency Symposium. Paul’s talk, “Historical Trauma and Healing: Intergenerational Unresolved Grief,” will be from 8:45-10:45 a.m. online...

  • Cult Corner

    Pandemic reignites a passion for pinball

    By Will Thompson

    Much like Satan and rock ’n’roll, there was a time when pinball was the scapegoat for corrupting youth. For years, a pinball prohibition outlawed or heavily restricted pinball machines in cities across America...

  • Stream on demand

    By Kaylee Brewster

    Superheroes meet the supernatural in "The Nevers: Season 1" (TV-14), a mix of mystery, thriller, period piece, and steampunk action set in Victorian London after a cosmic event gives hundreds of people—mostly women—unusual abilities. The busy show centers on a group of tough, gifted women (led by Laura Donnelly and Ann Skelly) who protect "the touched" from the superstitious and chauvinistic society, and from a psychotic killer who calls herself Maladie (Amy Manson).