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Boo the Villain, Hail the Hero!

By Carol Horning Stacey | 08/15/2018

The Sixth Street Melodrama of Wallace, which makes its home in a former brothel, has opened another of its hair-raising original plays, this one titled Sally’s Virtue… or Playing Games at the Snake Pit.

Can Jack and Sally work together with their sheriff to win back the deed to the Snake Pit just by playing cards? Things are rarely simple and never pure when an evil villain plots nefario

Hi Ho! Come to the Fair

By Carol Horning Stacey | 08/15/2018

Though we may still sizzle from the heat, the North Idaho State Fair celebrates the harvest season, showing the best in vegetables, fruit, grain, sheep, hogs and the list goes on and on. The first day is Wednesday, August 22nd, when the floral displays will be at their best. For details on entries, check the internet or the Fair Office.

Among the many entertainments at this year’s 5 day

Shakespeare in the Park

By Carol Horning Stacey | 08/15/2018

Two of the Bard’s best entertainments will draw theater lovers to the outdoors this weekend. On Saturday, August 18th, Loves Labours Lost can be enjoyed at Pavilion Park in Liberty Lake.

The action shifts to the Bonner County Fairgrounds in Sandpoint on Sunday evening when the group presents the tragedy of Othello. Both events are free.

Legally Blonde Set to Music

By Carol Horning Stacey | 08/15/2018

Through August 26th, the Coeur d’Alene Summer Theatre presents a musical adaptation of Legally Blonde as the third major program of this season. The book for the musical was written by Heather Hach, and the music and lyrics are by Laurence O’Keefe and Neil Benjamin. These are highly respected professionals, no doubt, but I don’t much care for what they did with the charming screen comedy starri

Soiree At Arbor Crest

By Carol Horning Stacey | 08/06/2018

The Soiree on the Edge comes to the lawn of the Arbor Crest Wine Cellars for two Wednesdays, August 15 and 22 with music played by musicians from the Spokane Symphony Orchestra. Seating is at tables or on the lawn and wine is available from Arbor Crest.

Music lovers may being picnics and enjoy the view of the sunset from the Cliff House grounds. For tickets, call 509-624-1200.

Festival At Sandpoint: Gavid DeGraw and Phillip Phillips

By | 08/06/2018

Two high-powered stars play at Saturday’s big show for the Festival at Sandpoint: Gavin DeGraw and Phillip Phillips. Gates open at 6pm, Phillips plays at 7:30 and Degraw at 9:30. The event is underwritten exclusively by the Idaho Forest Group