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2014/11/28 21:30
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This morning, the Idaho Food Bank held its 17 annual Empty Bowls event at the Grove Plaza. That's where a line stretching around the block was waiting to select hand-painted bowls and eat soups...
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2014/11/26 16:36
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Federal regulators on Wednesday proposed new, lower limits for smog in our atmosphere. The proposed regulations from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency would limit ground-level ozone to between...
2014/11/26 13:30
2014/11/26 13:30
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Don Dew was humiliated. Interviewing for the top job at the Idaho Human Rights Commission this past September, Dew disclosed to Idaho Department of Labor Director Ken Edmunds that he had suffered a...
2014/11/26 12:30
2014/11/26 12:30
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When a customer walks into Benchmark, on Vista Avenue, Emil Hutton is prepared to spend hours helping that person. "That's not even an exaggeration," he said. But not every customer that Hutton...
2014/11/26 11:30
2014/11/26 11:30
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Big changes coming to The Society for Making People Better, people! Big, BIG changes! First: You will certainly have noticed that the title to our official, uncensored, award-winning newsletter, The...
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2014/11/26 11:30
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It was encouraging to see Pat Kelly had so much energy, enthusiasm and focus when he sat down—and he doesn't sit down too often—with Boise Weekly on a recent late afternoon. For one, as executive...
2014/11/26 11:30
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Some of Hollywood's finest dramatic actors have succeeded in comedy--Alec Baldwin, John C. Reilly and Tom Hanks come to mind--but the reverse has proven much trickier for comics. The best of them, by...
2014/11/26 11:30
2014/11/26 11:30
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There is a 1962 Mk2 Austin Healey Sprite sitting in Mark Hayes' garage, but no oil stains on the concrete beneath it. The exhaust pipes on the car are actually mounts for Hayes' bike. When he unscrews...
2014/11/26 11:30
2014/11/26 11:30
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... the season for deadlines. There are X-amount of hours to thaw that turkey, X-amount of days to travel or entertain, X-amount of weeks for shopping, X-amount of months to fulfill those New Year's...
2014/11/26 11:30
2014/11/26 11:30
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Some Idaho conservatives are mad as hell and they're not going to take it anymore. That might not sound unusual, but this time the target is the Idaho Republican Party's top elected official, Gov....
2014/11/20 22:30
2014/11/20 22:30
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The now week-long blast of arctic air has triggered some school closures, snarled traffic and brought the temperature down considerably at the Washington County Jail. Boise Weekly was alerted to the...
2014/11/19 19:30
2014/11/19 19:30
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Over the course of the fall, workers dismantled the 52-foot-tall river sculpture on the Grove Hotel, facing the corner of Capitol Boulevard and Front Street, in order to repair it. "It's a bit like...
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2014/11/19 13:34
2014/11/19 13:34
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Presuming that there is a copy of the United States Constitution somewhere in the Payette County Courthouse, someone may want to look at it before Wednesday, Dec. 10, the scheduled start of Alma...
2014/11/19 11:30
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The first thing you need to know about this story is that there is no bad guy. Yes, there is conflict and even some tension. But the true villain here is time—a century's worth. "Here, take a look,"...
2014/11/19 11:30
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Fresh from a historic wave of Election Day victories that left the GOP in power in both the U.S. House and Senate, Congressional Republicans were set back on their heels Nov. 13, when administration...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Anyone who has made it a habit to attend local government hearings knows about The Citizen. He or she is always there, sitting in the same seat, waiting to speak his or her mind about whatever is on...
2014/11/19 11:30
2014/11/19 11:30
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Peter Anastos and Robert Franz coincidentally arrived in Boise on the same day in 2007. They had each been tasked to take over the artistic helm at one of Boise's longest-running, best-known arts...
2014/11/19 11:30
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Marty Van Ness already knows how she'll be spending much of this Thanksgiving, and it won't be in a kitchen—her husband will be cooking their turkey. Instead, Van Ness will be helping thousands of...
2014/11/18 00:30
2014/11/18 00:30
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In one afternoon, a 21-person panel from the Idaho Community Foundation decided the fate of almost $212,000 to be given to several nonprofits in the lower half of the state. Of 211 nonprofits around...
2014/11/16 05:30
2014/11/16 05:30
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Over the years, Boise Weekly followed Don Gillispie—the embattled CEO of Alternate Energy Holdings, who had a scheme to build a $10 billion nuclear reactor in Idaho—from Owyhee to Elmore to Payette...
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