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  • Lost in A Good Book

    Three new and noteworthy reads
      Well over 100,000 books are published in the United States each year, enough to flummox the most intrepid bibliophile. There's no way to cover any significant bit of that deluge, so here, instead, find a brief discussion of a few follow-up efforts from some of our favorite authors.
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  • Romancing the Stones

    Donna Armstrong creates jewelry from gems
  • No Preservatives at Bannock Pride
  • No Preservatives at Bannock Pride

    Fort Hall natives reclaim traditional burial practices with custom caskets
      Native Americans have tussled with academics and pot-hunters for generations over the property rights of grave goods and ancestral remains. Bannock Pride casket-makers Marcia Racehorse-Robles and David Robles of Fort Hall Indian Reservation prefer to focus on the sacred arts surrounding contemporary Indian burials.
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  • Plays in a Barn
  • Plays in a Barn

    An experimental theater opens in Pocatello
      What is it about the theater that is so compelling? Perhaps it is the opportunity to watch all of the idiosyncrasies of humanity from a distance­—allowing the viewer to laugh, cry or even rejoice in all the varieties of existence.
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  • Flight


    Mark W. Lisk and William Fox
  • Rejoicing within the Context
  • Rejoicing within the Context

    A glimpse of photographer Deborah Hardee's work
      Deborah Hardee's house rests on a corner lot at the end of a tree-lined street. It's outwardly welcoming, but not ostentatious. Inside, the sunshine refracts through the many windows, playing hopscotch over her vintage couches and spilling onto the polished wood floors.
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