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.
Walter Fairfax volunteered in the medical tent for the Coeur d’Alene Ironman. “I remember thinking, ‘you’d have to be crazy to do that.’”
Rerooted by Jackie Henrion is part historical fiction, part poetry, part personal narrative, and part didactic.
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.