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Music Under the Stars

It's not just the Festival anymore ... Full story

A Yellow Brick Road Runs Through Karen Pogorzelski’s Life

 “I always dressed as Dorothy at Halloween,” she says, “even though every year, my mother would ask me if I would like to be someone ... Full story

101 Things to do at a Railroad Crossing

if you have the right music playing ... Full story

Music From Other Spheres

From the files of the River Journal's Surrealist Research Bureau - the suicide song ... Full story

Love Notes

When we still lived near the Sandpoint Airport, I often rode my bike into town. One of my favorite routes took me past Dale and ... Full story

Politically Incorrect

Paralysis by analysis ... Full story

Old Friends Return

The Festival at Sandpoint books a line-up with a lot of familiar names ... Full story

Live Blogging from the Festival at Sandpoint

The River Journal and the Festival Information Booth give you a first-hand look at the area's hottest music festival ... Full story

Opening Doors

Festival remains committed to supporting local musicians ... Full story

Keen to Play

Now out of school, 19-year-old Matt Keen to kick off his music career as an opening act at the Festival at Sandpoint ... Full story

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Featured author

Kathryn Hamshar

is a member of the Idaho Writer's League and has four times been named Published Poet of the Year. She was also the 2000 winner of the Vardis Fisher award.