Fields of battle, fields of play — Borah Symposium highlights intersection of sports, war Kasen Christensen 03.28.2013
Soldiers and athletes are symbols of national pride, according to Lysa Salsbury, co-chair of the Borah Symposium and coordinator of programs at the University of Idaho Women’s Center.
10 minutes is long enough Kasen Christensen 12.06.2012
Running the gamut from Afghanistan War veterans to wacky comedy, the University of Idaho Theatre Department’s 10-Minute Play Festival will showcase 12 plays written, directed and acted by UI students, according to David Lee-Painter, academic faculty with the Theatre Department.
The last opium addict — UI collection houses antique pipes of former opium addict Kasen Christensen 10.29.2012
Rock bottom for Steven Martin’s opium addiction was realizing it was the drug or his collection of pipes.
Antique appreciation — Old Thing Antiques store opened as Moscow members share interest for odd, old Kasen Christensen 10.18.2012
Moscow has an active appreciation for old things, Gary Peterson said.
mix-tape Kasen Christensen 10.11.2012
Sometimes I miss the old days of cruising around in my parent’s car, listening to golden oldies. Oldies stations are disappearing — late ‘70s and early ‘80s are the new oldies, but they are imposters. Every once in a while, I discover a true oldies station I can cruise to. Here are some songs I […]
Real chili doesn’t have beans, tomatoes or corn, according to this year’s North Idaho Chili Cook-off champion.
I don’t trust the government. Not in one of those weird conspiracy theories sort of way — I’ve been to the DMV, I don’t think the government is smart or organized enough to carry out conspiracies on a grand scale.
No left turns allowed — New City of Moscow ordinance limits Third Street turns Kasen Christensen 08.23.2012
The City of Moscow passed an ordinance to prohibit left turns from Main Street onto Third Street between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Friday.