Tagged: zach hagadone

Sounds from outside

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Summer is typically tour season for traveling bands, and a handful of out-of-towners are swinging through the 219 Lounge in the days immediately before the …

Home away from home

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Stepping into The Longshot cafe feels a bit like stepping outside of Sandpoint — in a good way. Though located in the former Wrenco Arms …

The write stuff

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

There’s a myth about writers, silently toiling in solitude to turn out a perfect page of prose. There’s truth to it — writing can be …

Island time

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Like any good obsession, Charity Luthy’s affinity for mid-century art and aesthetics started randomly and quickly grew out of all proportion.

“I got really into …

Sound and fury

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Despite the sound and fury surrounding the Festival at Sandpoint’s policy banning weapons at the publicly-owned War Memorial Field, city officials said they still haven’t …

Through a glass (not so) darkly

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Read enough reviews of the recently-released, hotly-anticipated Netflix series “Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance” and some central themes emerge. 

First, it’s visually amazing. The prequel/reboot/obsessive …

Close [x]

Want to support independent local journalism?

The Sandpoint Reader is our town's local, independent weekly newspaper. "Independent" means that the Reader is locally owned, in a partnership between Publisher Ben Olson and Keokee Co. Publishing, the media company owned by Chris Bessler that also publishes Sandpoint Magazine and Sandpoint Online. Sandpoint Reader LLC is a completely independent business unit; no big newspaper group or corporate conglomerate or billionaire owner dictates our editorial policy. And we want the news, opinion and lifestyle stories we report to be freely available to all interested readers - so unlike many other newspapers and media websites, we have NO PAYWALL on our website. The Reader relies wholly on the support of our valued advertisers, as well as readers who voluntarily contribute. Want to ensure that local, independent journalism survives in our town? You can help support the Reader for as little as $1.