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    Week of June 24

    By Sean Axmaker

    The dark comedy "Kevin Can F**k Himself: Season 1" (TV-MA) flips TV stereotypes in the story of a sitcom wife (Annie Murphy of "Schitt’s Creek") who is tired of enduring the antics of her self-absorbed man-child of a husband (Eric Petersen) and plots her escape. Three episodes available, new episodes each Sunday...

  • The Fuller-verse

    Cult Corner: Looking back at the shows that led Clarkston’s Bryan Fuller to the big screen

    By Will Thompson

    June 8 saw a big announcement for Bryan Fuller, the Clarkston native who has spent the last two-and-a-half decades shaping the face of modern television: He will make his feature film directorial debut with an adaptation of “Christine,” the 1983 Stephen King novel about a teen whose ‘58 Plymouth has a murderous mind of its own. The project is under Blumhouse Productions, a company that has made a name for itself as a heavy-hitter in the realm of horror with films like “Get Out,” “Halloween” (2018), and “Paranormal Activity.”

  • Carving space

    Moscow group gains regional recognition for artistic side of woodworking

    By Elaine Williams

    A piece of wood cut by Ben Carpenter into a shape similar to a power pole insulator was the starting point for a lamp that’s part of the exhibit, “Confluence/Influence,” on display at the Art Spirit Gallery in Coeur d’Alene. Carpenter gave it to another artist, Virgil Aurand, of Clarkia, who made it into a functioning lamp by adding fiber optic filaments which link networks that send cell phone calls and other transmissions in the telecommunications industry...

  • Nonprofit group spotlights regional musicians with free festival

    By Ava Manning and Jennifer K. Bauer

    The Common Tone Music Festival kicks off today, with three nights of music planned for Pullman and Moscow...

  • Quartet ushers in symphony’s 50th anniversary season

    By Inland 360

    The Washington Idaho Symphony will kick off its 50th season and its first live performance since the start of the pandemic with a free outdoor concert Saturday at East City Park in Moscow. The symphony’s String Quartet will perform at 1:30 p.m., featuring Giselle Hillyer and Meredith Arksey on violin, Angela Schauer on viola and Cole Tutino on cello...

  • A Story Come Full Circle

    A new exhibit marks a defining moment for the Nez Perce Tribe

    By Jennifer K. Bauer

    In the mid-1800s, missionary Henry Spalding shipped an array of Nez Perce clothing and materials thousands of miles away from the people’s homeland with no thought that they would ever return. On June 26, 175 years later, the Nez Perce Tribe plans to rename the valuable collection at the same site where Spalding acquired it...