• Accessibility Matters: She found her voice

    Erin Holst defied the odds, surviving as a micropreemie and becoming a fierce community advocate

    By Mary Stone

    Accessibility Matters is an occasional Inland 360 feature highlighting stories from the disability community. July is Disability Pride Month...

  • Miracle baby

    Born 4 months prematurely, Erin Holst is one of a lucky few to have life

    This story was orginally published in the Feb. 3, 1985, Lewiston Tribune. By Desirai Bradis of the Lewiston Tribune...

  • Events Roundup: Hot picks for summer days

    By Inland 360

    The heat might be excessive, but don’t let that stop you from checking out activities around the region. Here’s a sampling; there’s lots more in the calendar...

  • The Stream: ‘The Bachelorette,’ ‘Sunny’ and more ready stream

    By Associated Press

    Country sensation HARDY’s new album and a new “Descendants” movie are some of the new television, films, 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: “Faye,” an authorized but candid portrait of the singular screen legend Faye Dunaway and Megan Moroney’s sophomore album release...

  • Movie review: More Minion mayhem

    By Jake Coyle

    Should a review of a “Despicable Me” movie be a thoughtful analysis or just a list of the funny stuff the Minions do in it? As much as I might believe in the value of film criticism, I kind of suspect that even the finest points of assessment would be dismantled about as fast as a Minion can say “Bello!”

  • Artist spotlight: A new look for Old Glory

    By Inland 360

    With this week’s issue of Inland 360 coming out on the Fourth of July, it seemed like a good time to share this reimagined U.S. flag by Gordon Hoffman, of Lewiston, who provided this introduction and flag history. Hoffman created his version with repurposed plastic strips...