• Art under April skies

    Annual event returns to LCSC campus with artisans, entertainment and food

    By Mary Stone

    New York City-based actor Bill Bowers brings his unconventional interpretation of mime to the Lewis-Clark State College Center for Arts & History’s Art Under the Elms festival this weekend on the LCSC campus in Lewiston. Bowers, originally from Montana, described his show, “Between Us,” as an evening of storytelling, with and without words...

  • EVENTS ROUNDUP: Spring is in full swing

    By Mary Stone

    Variety is the name of the game for this week’s collection of area activities. More events are in the calendar...

  • Commentary: Not all fun and video games

    By Marina Nichols

    Video games can improve your dexterity, vision and memory, and gaming online can help you build social skills and teamwork. It’s also true that gaming has some downsides...

  • The Stream: ‘Migration’ soars onto Peacock

    By Associated Press

    Zack Snyder’s “Rebel Moon — Part Two: The Scargiver” landing on Netflix and Taylor Swift’s “The Tortured Poets Department” album 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: A family of ducks is coaxed into flying south for the winter in the animated movie “Migration” and Conan O’Brien as the brunt of jokes is on full display in his new travel show “Conan O’Brien Must Go” for Max...

  • Movie review: Patel pulls no punches in ‘Monkey Man’

    By Katie Walsh

    Dev Patel’s got something to say, but he’s going to let his fists do the talking. With his directorial debut, the wild action revenge flick “Monkey Man,” the Oscar-nominated actor makes a bold statement with this one-two punch of a film that asserts himself as both an action star and promising genre director...

  • Hypnotic

    Samir LanGus brings Gnawa music to the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival’s World Music Celebration

    By Mary Stone

    Samir LanGus plays music with a rich history and vibrant present. The sounds of LanGus’ music, called Gnawa, will be part of the Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival’s World Music Celebration on Thursday, April 18, at the University of Idaho in Moscow...