Tagged: panida

Between the damned and the damning

By Ben Olson
Reader Staff

Since 1976, when the United States affirmed the legality of capital punishment, more than 7,800 people have been sentenced to death, 1,517 of which have …

Battle of the bands

By Reader Staff

For decades, the battle has raged: Beatles or Stones? Through their heyday, fans accused London’s Rolling Stones of stealing ideas — even entire albums — from their …

The Renaissandlersance

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Watch Adam Sandler on the Dec. 17, 2019 edition of Jimmy Kimmel Live!, when the 53-year-old funnyman talks about his surprise critical smash turn …

Music from the Heart

By Lyndsie Kiebert
Reader Staff

Seeing as most would consider the Panida Theater the heart of the Sandpoint arts scene, it seems particularly fitting that Roger Fisher of the popular …

High hopes on the slopes

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Some films draw their juice from a stellar ensemble cast. For others, it’s a killer premise. For some, like the 2019 rom-com Olympic Dreams, …

Toward a more complex ‘Moses’

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Writing for CNN, acclaimed University of Texas at Austin historian, and one of the leading American thinkers on race, Peniel Joseph took up the topic …

The Joker and Judy

By Zach Hagadone
Reader Staff

Aside from the tribalism of professional sports and the bloodsport of political shitposting on Facebook, the gleeful deconstruction of celebrity ranks among 21st-century Americans’ preferred …

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