• Cult Corner: Worth the price

    Hip-hop artist 2 Chainz coming to Clearwater River Casino

    By Will Thompson

    Concerts are incredibly expensive to produce and involve intense risk. Will people show up?

  • MAD MARV'S MUSIC DEN: Lend an ear

    Lewiston-based The Khind’s latest release has Vincent van Gogh theme

    By Marvin Lee

    Heavy and diverse metal band The Khind, which has been around since 1996, is back with a new release, “Vincent.” The group’s fifth full-length album, it’s an enthralling listen. The opening track, “Van Gogh,” is perfect at setting the tone for the album and has a bit of a Tool vibe...

  • EVENTS ROUNDUP: Pick your flavor

    Flavors of Downtwon Clarkston, “Timescape(s)” art exhibition, Washington Idaho Symphony, Mutt Strutt, Rocktoberfest!, Lionel Hampton Jazz Fest poster unveiling

    By Inland 360

    We could probably always say this, but this week’s Events Roundup really feels like it includes something for everyone. Music, art, food and dogs feature at area events in the coming days...

  • THE STREAM: Ed Sheeran releases new album

    By Associated Press

    An Ed Sheeran album and a spinoff of “The Bachelor” starring a 72-year-old widower are some of the new television, movies, music and games headed to a device near you. Among other offerings worth your time as selected by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists are Wes Anderson’s movie “The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar” starring Benedict Cumberbatch, and Jesse L. Martin returning to NBC in “The Irrational,” playing a behavioral science expert...

  • MOVIE REVIEW: St4llone, St4tham are back in ‘Expend4bles’

    By Jocelyn Noveck

    It’s a throwaway line, but maybe a bit too meaningful, under the circumstances. “Gravity is setting in,” says Barney, Sylvester Stallone’s aging character in “Expend4bles,” when someone asks how he’s doing...

  • Trifecta of dance

    Festival Dance brings professional performance, education and outreach to region

    By Mary Stone

    Moscow-based Festival Dance’s three-pronged strategy to bring arts to the community is on full display this week, culminating in a Friday, Sept. 22, evening performance by Repertory Dance Theatre of Salt Lake City celebrating modern dance. That comes after a week of workshops with University of Idaho students and visits to area schools, completing the trifecta of performance, education and outreach Festival Dance Executive Director Tim Sievers said is the organization’s goal...