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2014/12/18 00:29
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An Idaho high school student newspaper editor says she intentionally plagiarized an editorial because she wanted send a message to State Superintendent-elect Sherri Ybarra. Earlier this year the...
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2014/12/17 12:30
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Christmas Eve, 1968. It is estimated that as many as 1 billion people across the globe watched as a grainy black-and-white image glowed from television sets. It was a live broadcast from the crew of...
2014/12/17 11:30
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It happens every year, and sometimes the wait feels interminable. We slog through dozens of movies (some of us sit through hundreds) in search of something special: a feature-length motion picture...
2014/12/17 11:30
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No, the case of Madelynn Taylor versus the state of Idaho isn't over. It was last spring when Boise Weekly first introduced readers to Taylor, the Navy veteran who was fighting for the right to be...
2014/12/17 11:30
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Boise native Clay Jacobson finally read Wild: Lost and Found on the Pacific Crest Trail because every time he mentioned he hiked the PCT, the first question people asked was, "Did you read the...
2014/12/17 11:30
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If your household is anything like mine, the holidays are as much about bingeing on food and drink as they are about catching up on some serious screen time—and I'm not referring to whatever dopey...
2014/12/17 11:30
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Sure, the Bronco football team is returning to the national limelight when it competes in the Fiesta Bowl on New Year's Eve, but the most successful athlete at Boise State, by far, in 2014 was Emma...
2014/12/17 11:30
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Spatially discerning devotees of Boise Weekly will have noticed that several weeks ago, the paper got smaller. From one edition to the next, it went from, like, a size "L" to an "M." To my eyes, it...
2014/12/17 11:30
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When Boise Weekly asked director Jean-Marc Vallee about casting Reese Witherspoon in Wild, the extraordinary adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's 2012 autobiographical odyssey, he shook his head and...
2014/12/16 20:30
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... is the kind of gift that will last forever," he said. "Because of it, our children and their children will inherit the place that we love." The announcement came this morning in front of the...
2014/12/13 18:30
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Boise Weekly sat down with Kelly in November to talk about this year being the first opportunity for Idaho to manage the process with its own state-run exchange. "I'll quote a great basketball coach,...
2014/12/11 16:35
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When Boise Weekly sat down with Pete Koehler in November 2013, the then-interim superintendent of the Nampa School District said he was more than anxious to retire. He was Nampa's third school...
2014/12/10 12:30
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He has been described as Q, James Bond's go-to gadget guy, and Peter Koonce laughs at the comparison. "Yeah, right," Koonce told Boise Weekly. "Certainly, there's always a better way to do what we're...
2014/12/10 11:30
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Boise may find its way in 2015--and by "way" we mean "wayfinding." This past summer, Boise Weekly first reported that a unique system of signs, specifically for Boise's downtown, were in the works...
2014/12/10 11:30
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In 1994, Rhodes Park opened with a portion of its 1.28 acres devoted to skateboarding. The multi-use park was ideal for a skatepark: Covered by two I-84 overpasses, it is well-protected from the...
2014/12/10 11:30
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Just about the time that this week's edition of Boise Weekly was hitting the streets, Aaron Klindt was putting up some of the final Christmas lights of the season. "I have to abandon my family for...
2014/12/10 11:30
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Metal bands can find inspiration for their names in all sorts of places. Judas Priest took its name from a Bob Dylan song. The Black Dahlia Murder's moniker was inspired by the infamous 1940s homicide...
2014/12/03 15:32
2014/12/03 15:32
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Eighty percent of the popular Idaho Public Television show Outdoor Idaho is filmed on U.S. Forest Service and wilderness-designated land. That has been the case for almost 30 years, and it hadn't been...
2014/12/03 14:31
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As Tokyo-based artists Dustin Wong and Takako Minekawa were recording their second album, they struggled to find the right title for it. They had some ideas, but they didn't settle on a name until...
2014/12/03 12:30
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Boise Weekly had a number of questions. The Idaho Department of Labor had few answers. "The department has no comment on the matter," wrote a spokesman for IDOL, when BW asked department Director...
2014/12/18 00:29
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