• Feelin’ groovy

    Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival lineup announced, tickets go on sale, volunteers sought

    By Mary Stone

    A diverse lineup has come together, tickets are on sale and volunteers are being sought for the University of Idaho’s annual Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival. The 57th installment of the festival is slated for April 17-20 on the Moscow campus, with its signature combination of student workshops and professional performances, including concerts by...

  • MAKEUP BY THE ERAS: Cosmetics carried on

    The makeup industry grew in the 1930s, despite the Depression

    By Jacey Johnson

    The evolution of makeup didn’t slow down during the Great Depression. America was experiencing huge growth in the cosmetics industry...

  • Leap day is coming to a screen near you

    By Inland 360

    Leap day, that quirk of our calendar that happens every four years, is here today. Fun fact: It’ll be 2052 the next time a leap day falls on a Thursday, according to scienceworld.wolfram.com...

  • EVENTS ROUNDUP: Sip, shop and listen

    First Fridays, Gladish Brewfest, Winter Market and a poetry reading are on tap in the coming days

    By Inland 360

    Entertainment options curated from this week’s events calendar includes food, drink, artisan wares and local authors. Wine is the theme for several businesses during Beautiful Downtown Lewiston First Fridays events this month...

  • A musical tapestry

    Catch ‘Babar,’ the Jon & Rand Band and ‘Die Fledermaus’ this weekend

    By Inland 360

    Every Washington Idaho Symphony concert is meant for people of all ages, but Sunday’s performance in Lewiston has particular appeal for children, Executive Director Kristin Lincoln said. The 3 p.m. chamber concert at Lewis-Clark State College’s Silverthorne Theatre, 500 Eighth Ave., c enters on French composer Francis Poulenc’s whimsical “The Story of Babar, the Little Elephant.” The “100% family-friendly concert” includes narration so audience members can follow along with the story, Lincoln said...

  • THE STREAM: Adam Sandler is in space

    By Associated Press

    Adam Sandler playing an astronaut on a solo mission to the edge of the solar system in the sci-fi drama “Spaceman,” and Disney+’s animated coming-of-age story “Iwájú” set in the future in Lagos, Nigeria, are some of the new television, movies, music and games headed to a device near you. Also among the streaming offerings worth your time as selected by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists: the video game Final Fantasy VII Rebirth, a Paramount+ documentary revealing how law enforcement has quietly used rap lyrics against defendants for decades and Ridley Scott’s “Napoleon” starring Joaquin Phoenix storms Apple TV+.