The Daily Evergreen

Anne of the Palouse

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

November 3, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Take no offense, redheads, but it would seem such a color of hair would not be popular in early 1900s Canada and your only chance of getting married is to a foreign minister.At least, this is the belief of Anne Shirley, the spirited redhead orphan in the classic story “Anne of Green Gables.” The p...

A visitor from the stars

A visitor from the stars

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 31, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

On a Halloween night, a tale shall be told: about a boy, an alien, and a giant robot.Last week, the Pullman Civic Theatre showcased a production of “The Day the Earth Stood Still,” a story set in the 1950s about an alien befriending a young boy and his mother. Pullman Civic Theatre will give ano...

Just what the doctor ordered

BY HOLLY LANE | Evergreen reporter

October 31, 2014


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BookPeople of Moscow will fill its prescription for a good read on Saturday when it welcomes an author and doctor from Bainbridge Island at 7 p.m.“I always wanted to write fiction,” novelist Dr. Carol Cassella said.Her latest book, “Gemini,” will be the feature of her visit on Saturday.“It ...

A timeless, liturgical repertoire

BY KATHERINE LIPP | Evergreen music reporter

October 31, 2014


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Beautiful music stands the test of time and can provide an emotional journey for all those who stop and listen.The Palouse Choral Society will perform Brahms’ German Requiem at 6 p.m. Saturday at the Monastery of St. Gertrude in Cottonwood, Idaho, and at 4 p.m. Sunday at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Un...

Student recital features piano

From staff reports

October 31, 2014


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Many college students can't point to one hobby they've had the majority of their life, but for Regan Siglin, piano has been a constant.Siglin, a junior working toward a bachelor’s degree in piano performance, started playing at 4 years old, when her parents bought her an electric keyboard.“I can't even...

Spooky streets in Palouse

BY BROOKLYNN GRADITI | Evergreen reporter

October 31, 2014


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Something sinister stirs in Palouse this time of year.The town of Palouse transforms its streets every year to create a scary scene open to the public. The Boomerang Museum and old jail have become haunted houses and a haunted hayride twists and turns down Shady Lane, Haunted Palouse organizer Annie P...

Art department finishes Finnish photography exhibit

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 29, 2014


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Finnish photographers found a place in Gallery Two at the WSU fine arts department. “A Sense of Place: Contemporary Finnish Photography” features five photographers as they explores the idea of “place.” The photographic works of Ilkka Halso, Marja Pirila, Laura Konttinen, Terhi Asumaniemi, a...

Faculty music series presents “Menage a Trois” show

From staff reports

October 29, 2014


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It's not often that one is invited to watch a ménage à trois, but students this week are encouraged to do just that.“Folie à Deux, Ménage à Trois,” the next performance in the long-running WSU School of Music Faculty Artist Series, will take place at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Bryan Hall.Rather than see...

Literary talk explores empathy

BY TREVOR WILLIAMS | Evergreen reporter

October 29, 2014


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The word ‘colloquial’ comes from Latin roots, meaning ‘to converse.’ In modern English, the definition developed to an academic conference or seminar.The WSU English department has taken the word 'colloquial' to the next step with its faculty-led lecture Colloquial Series.The next seminar wi...

A different kind of morning rush

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen reporter

October 24, 2014


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Run away! Run away! Here come zombies and living spice racks!Such ideas of the undead and human seasoning cabinets usually become the themes for costumes worn during the Run for Your Life 5K, put on by the WSU women’s crew team.Team commodore Simone Parker, a junior majoring in psychology and human ...

They’ve got strings, can’t hold them down

They’ve got strings, can’t hold them down

BY CATHERINE KRUSE | Evergreen theater reporter

October 24, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Stand aside, Pinocchio. Joseph Cashore will bring to life his collection of marionettes at Jones Theatre Sunday.The Cashore Marionettes is a puppetry performance in which Cashore presents a series of short, independent pieces using his marionette puppets.He uses little vocals, relying on the movement o...

Wilderness Act celebrates its 50 birthday with art

BY ADDY FORTE | Evergreen fine arts reporter

October 22, 2014


Filed under Events, Features, Life

Celebrating 50 years since the implementation of the Wilderness Act, the Idaho Humanities Council, the Great Old Broads of the Wilderness, and the Latah County Library District presents the “Art Celebrates Wilderness” exhibit at the Third Street Gallery beginning tomorrow.A reception for the exhibit will b...

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