Rerooted by Jackie Henrion is part historical fiction, part poetry, part personal narrative, and part didactic.
Carrie Scozzaro has made a living and a life with words and images, from graphic design and marketing communications, to teaching public school art, to writing about art, education, food, and culture from her Coeur d’Alene-area home for such clients as Inlander, Sandpoint Magazine, and Western Art & Architecture.
Social media groups give virtual historians opportunities to exchange info & clarify varying accounts of the past, creating a written record.
If he has any regrets, Wes Hanson doesn’t seem to focus on them. He has lived his life following one simple directive: just do it.
People look up to Patrik “Pat” Callis for many reasons, not the least of which is his 50-plus years pursuing ice climbing.
The Appaloosa Lace Guild Preserves the Ancient Craft of bobbin lace, made by braiding and twisting threads into complex patterns.
By CARRIE SCOZZARO — No fees to apply or participate in the Monastery of St. Gertrude’s unique, month-long Artist Residency Program.
Nils Rosdahl is a self-proclaimed word nerd, whose passions include family, singing, pickleball, and ducking into a local eatery.
What Ellen Travolta wanted for the holidays were stories about other people’s toys: one they got, didn’t get, or gave. To get her wish, she put together 14 of stories in her holiday production, “Christmas Unwrapped,” a cabaret-style production hosted by the Coeur d’Alene Resort.
Looking like the upward part of a pushup, the plank position is one of many exercises utilized in Pilates and other low-impact exercise programs gaining favor with audiences of all ages, especially seniors.