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2015/04/24 21:30
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UPDATE: April 224, 2015 A Boise man has pleaded not guilty to charges linking him to the beating death of a man on the streets of Boise in the fall of 2014. 24-year-old Scotty Turnbull is accused of...
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2015/04/23 19:30
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Dutch artist Marijn van Kreij's method of creating art is simple. He begins by penciling a grid on a large sheet of paper. Then he chooses a rectangular selection from an abstract painting and...
2015/04/22 22:30
2015/04/22 22:30
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Last week, we sent Boise Weekly Distribution Manager and Man-About-Town Stan Jackson to see Grammy Award-winning jazz master Chris Botti at a sold-out show at the Morrison Center. Although Jackson...
2015/04/22 20:30
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The Idaho Whitewater Association's first used equipment sale was more than three decades ago and consisted of a small group of local paddlers trading some gear around. Now, the sale draws more than...
2015/04/22 10:30
2015/04/22 10:30
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I would hope that Boise Weekly readers understand by now that I am a supporter of lesbians, gays, bisexuals and transgender people in their struggle to claim a full share of whatever it is we American...
2015/04/22 10:30
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In anticipation of his Saturday, April 25 public presentation on the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, Boise Weekly sat down with Dr. Michael Allen to talk about the terrorist regime known as ISIS....
2015/04/22 10:30
2015/04/22 10:30
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When Boise Bicycle Project unveiled its plan for this year's Idaho Gives—a one-day statewide drive to raise funds for nonprofits, set for Thursday, May 7—it was "top-secret": Nearly 100 supporters and...
2015/04/17 23:30
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The presentation John Robison, the public lands director for Idaho Conservation League, gave to a crowd of 25 at Idaho River Sports on the evening of April 16 is one he has given before—and it's one...
2015/04/15 23:31
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The U.S. Forest Service recently released a report that found no significant environmental impact to the groundwater near the proposed exploration site—14 miles northwest of Idaho City. There,...
2015/04/15 21:30
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Boise GreenBike is within a week of being fully operational. At a rollout event held in the Grove in downtown Boise, GreenBike Director Dave Fotsch told Boise Weekly that the eight bikes that were on...
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2015/04/15 17:32
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Three years ago, mayor of Meridian Tammy de Weerd witnessed someone have a heart attack in Settler's Park. The image stuck with her, and she decided to do something about it. In an effort to create a...
2015/04/15 10:30
2015/04/15 10:30
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Perhaps the silliest debate about the movies —and I've had more than a few—is when I selected Guardians of the Galaxy as a "Final Four" film in my year-end bracket of 2014 movies. (BW, Screen, "Movie...
2015/04/15 10:30
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During his 35-year career with the Army Corps of Engineers as a civil engineer, Jim Waddell spent some of his time studying the four Lower Snake River dams bordering Idaho and Washington. He concluded...
2015/04/15 10:30
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... Editor Amy Atkins here, sitting in for Zach Hagadone, who is out on assignment. Yep, even the chief has to do a story once in awhile.) I leave BWHQ on Tuesdays with a strange sense of...
2015/04/13 21:30
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In February 2011, Boise Weekly interviewed Jennifer Ransom, former vice president of Alternate Energy Holdings, Inc., after listening to AEHI's CEO Don Gillispie describe her as "a pretty blonde" in a...
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2015/04/10 23:30
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If you get a call on your cell phone, it might just be a volunteer from Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area asking you if you'd like to renew your season pass. "This is unprecedented," said Bogus...
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2015/04/08 18:30
2015/04/08 18:30
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Apart from some decades-old rose bushes, which will soon bloom for another season, there is no sign of life at 617 Ash Street. But that's now how Richard Madry sees it. "This was my home," he said,...
2015/04/08 10:30
2015/04/08 10:30
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By now (we hope), it should be apparent that last week's feature story (Boise Weekly, "From Homespun to High-Gloss: The changing face of Hyde Park," April 1, 2015) was too bad to be true. For the...
2015/04/08 10:30
2015/04/08 10:30
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Somewhere between heaven and hell lay most of Phil Klay's professional experiences as a United States Marine and bestselling author. The 31-year-old son of a Peace Corps volunteer and advocate for...
2015/04/08 10:30
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The Grove Plaza will never look the same as it did last summer. Since the Gardner Company—known for building the mammoth Eighth and Main Tower—broke ground on the City Center Plaza in June 2014, a...
2015/04/24 21:30
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