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"Beyond the Glass," a film about a local couple who help trouble youth, will screen at 7 p.m. Friday, May 7, and Wednesday, May 12, at Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. Sixth Ave.
Prolific Walla Walla author Patrick Carman hopes that inspiring some inklings of reading in kids, especially headed into the summer months, can start to taper a troublesome trend. This week, he's giving 10,000 books to area students.
Editor Dian Ver Valen pages through the U-B's archives for a fascinating trip through the Valley's history. "Reading the news of the day from 2006 to 1946 helps me feel I'm becoming more deeply acquainted with my adopted hometown."
A fractured family comes together to raise their collective middle fingers at the odds they’ve each been dealt in the independent feature film "Halfway to Zen." Gesa Power House Theatre, 111 N. Sixth Ave., will screen the production at 7 p.m. Friday, April 30, and Wednesday, May 5.
Wait. What? If that's what you yelled at the TV during the final moments of Sunday's Oscars, you weren't alone.
LA GRANDE — The Eastern Oregon Film Festival plans to light up the screen at one of La Grande’s seminal landmarks.
The Wild & Scenic Film Festival for school-age children arrives online in the Blue Mountain Region on Monday, April 26. Videos will be on demand through May 3 with free admission.
Two virtual community film events will examine how the last century of forest management has contributed to the growth of megafires and how different tools can be used to better prepare and protect communities surrounding fire-adapted ecosystems.
A Pacific Northwest artist with a stellar pedigree, Charles Krafft rode high as the bad boy of ceramic sculpture until a Seattle newspaper published a piece in 2013 by local art critic Jen Graves, labeling Krafft as a holocaust denier and white nationalist.