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Shakespeare returns

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

Hang onto your goffered frills, Shakespeare is returning to Sandpoint.

Since 1973, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has brought the plays of William Shakespeare to …

Today’s art, tomorrow’s world

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Writers, musicians and artists from all walks of life will take hold of microphones in 300 countries across the world Saturday, Sept. 28, sharing their …

Wherefore art thou, theater lovers?

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

In William Shakespeare’s “Henry IV, Part I,” the young nobleman Hotspur has an existential moment as he considers the brevity of life.

“The time of …

Where even the wallflowers dance

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Community. Tradition. Fun. 

Experience it all by attending a contra dance in Sandpoint, and get a glance into what makes dance organizer and caller Emily …

Lost Horse Press hosts writing expo

By Christine Holbert
Reader Contributor

Lost Horse Press and Sandpoint Parks and Recreation have teamed up to present “The Winter Salon: Lectures, Readings and Book Signings featuring David Axelrod, Melissa …

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