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The art of advocacy

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

The Pend Oreille Arts Council has been without an executive director for a couple of years now. With the position in limbo, Arts Administrator Hannah …

Art for Human Rights

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Countless interpretations of what it means to be human graced the walls of the Sandpoint High School library Wednesday evening, displaying for the community how …

Bringing history alive

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

For history buffs, there’s nothing better than watching history come alive. History will indeed spring to life on Friday, Jan. 11, with Living Voices’ production …

A storyteller’s homecoming

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

When reading up on Runaway Symphony, those seeking a simple genre label risk being misled. The word “folk” may jump out, but upon listening to …

Be ready to boogie

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Roosevelt Dime got their start busking in New York City, playing for anyone who would listen in the parks, streets, squares, subways and beyond. Banjo …

41st Annual ArtWalk

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

It’s the end of June, and you know what that means — another ArtWalk is just around the corner.

The Pend Oreille Arts Council is …

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