For the first time in nearly a decade, Colfax will host the Concrete River Festival.
Friday, July 26 will include a carnival for children at Eells Park and a roller derby exhibition downtown by the Rolling Hills Derby Dames.more
Moscow - Pick up a martini and prepare for an old-fashioned party, three New York women are on the prowl. July 10 marks the opening night of Let’s Misbehave, performed at the University of Idaho Hartung Indoor Theater. The Idaho Repertory Theatre, UI’s Theatre Arts group, is in charge of the musical production.more
Pullman - For the 38th consecutive year, Sunnyside Park will host Pullman’s Fourth of July festivities. Roughly 10,000 people are expected to attend, according to Amberly Boone, event coordinator for the Pullman Chamber of Commerce.more
Grab a torch and pitchfork; a giant is coming to the Palouse.
A magic harp, talking hen and powerful bean are all on their way as well.more
Take a seat, Alice Cooper: school may be out for summer, but children continue to bust out their books.
As the final school bells ring and local kids’ dreams turn toward summer fun, the staff at Neill Library said they hope summer will also be a time for learning.more
Curiosity may be fatal to cats, but it is essential to one Lewiston native’s spirit. Craig Whitcomb, curator of the Valley Art Center in Clarkston, has trekked to the far corners of the earth and claims he isn’t finished yet.more
Pullman - As designated bike racks continue to fill, riders resort to using trees to lock up their bikes.more