• Indiana Jones and the quest for truth

    Area professors discuss realities of profession depicted in iconic movie series

    By Kaylee Brewster

    Men want to be him. Women want to be with him...

  • More fact, less fiction

    Professors break down other depictions of archaeology in film and TV

    By Kaylee Brewster

    If you are looking for movies or shows that more accurately depict archaeology, unlike “Indiana Jones,” there are some options. Mark Warner, professor of anthropology at the University of Idaho; Rachel Horowitz, assistant professor of anthropology at Washington State University; Erin Thornton, associate professor of anthropology at WSU; Katrina Eichner, assistant professor of anthropology at UI; and John Blong, assistant professor of anthropology at WSU, provided some recommendations:

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    Week of May 10

    By Sean Axmaker

    Before "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda created a Tony-winning stage musical set in the predominantly Latino Manhattan neighborhood of Washington Heights. "Crazy Rich Asians" director Jon M. Chu takes "In the Heights" (2021, PG-13) to the screen with Anthony Ramos taking the lead as the first generation Dominican-American torn between his two cultures...

  • Reuniting over art

    Moscow’s 16th annual Artwalk returns next week with big plans for the future

    By Jennifer K. Bauer

    In one of Moscow’s largest events since the beginning of the pandemic, Artwalk 2021 will take place June 17 at businesses throughout the city. The event is returning in a modified version after being canceled last year...

  • Getting back into the groove

    Moscow musician sees music as salve for many wounds

    By Jennifer K. Bauer Jennifer K. Bauer

    Many are wondering how to bring people together to create a more unified world. For Liam Marchant, it begins with a song...

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    By Sean Axmaker

    "Oslo" (2021, TV-MA) dramatizes the true story of the Norwegian couple (played by Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott) who secretly and without government approval conducted peace negotiations between Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1993. J.T. Rogers adapts his own Tony Award-winning play and Bartlett Sher, who directed the Broadway stage production, helms the feature adaptation...