Tagged: panida theater

For the ears and the mind

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey
Reader Staff

Portland, Ore.-based singer-songwriter Maiah Wynne is a musical chameleon. 

Locals will have a chance to see her changing colors in person Friday, Sept. 16 at …

Creations with constraints

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey
Reader Staff

Each year since 2004, teams of filmmakers across Idaho have competed in the Boise-based i48 Film Competition and Festival, during which they are tasked with …

Film school misfits

By Cameron Rasmusson
Reader Contributor

Joe Bob Briggs is the working person’s movie critic. 

A legend in the film community and particularly the horror subculture, Briggs is a writer, actor …

On a local note

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey
Reader Staff

The hard work is about the pay off for Suzuki String Academy students, who will be showing off their performance chops at the Panida Theater …

Rooted in emotion

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey
Reader Staff

Theater-goers will have the chance to visit the south of Spain without leaving Sandpoint when Flamenco de Raíz takes the Panida stage on Friday, May …

He said, he said

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey
Reader Staff

No matter your geographic location or the language you speak, every world citizen is familiar with the emotional and social toll that political polarization can …

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