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2015/05/20 18:30
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Mark Lynas shaking hands with an audience member at the Egyptian Theatre Boise Weekly caught up with Jones following the Q&A to ask him what he thought of Lynas' talk. Jones said he has been growing...
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2015/05/20 10:30
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It's called the "Zip Code Syndrome" and it's all-too-familiar to the growing class of Idaho's working poor who scoff at economists' analyses of an improving economy or media accounts of "affordable"...
2015/05/20 10:30
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The Italian phrase al fresco translates literally in English as “in the fresh.” When Italians use the phrase, they’re referring to someone serving time in jail—because, apparently, the Italian prison...
2015/05/20 10:30
2015/05/20 10:30
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Around this time 12 years ago, I was sitting in the Morrison Quadrangle on the campus of (then) Albertson College of Idaho listening to J.R. Simplot say something about the "Red Chinese" and the...
2015/05/20 10:30
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The wind is calm, the propeller sputters and spins, and morning light streams through the little plane's sunroof. Paul Collins locks into his five-point harness and taxies out onto the short airstrip...
2015/05/19 17:30
2015/05/19 17:30
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A little more than a year ago, Boise Weekly readers met Ralph Stanton, a former Idaho National Laboratory employee, who, along with 15 other workers, was exposed to an uncontrolled release of...
2015/05/18 23:30
2015/05/18 23:30
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At the 2013 Oxford Farming Conference, environmental author Mark Lynas, known for his staunch anti-GMO stance, dramatically changed his position, coming out in favor of genetically modified foods. The...
2015/05/17 15:30
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A warrant has been issued for the arrest of nurse who worked at the Nampa-based Idaho Department of Juvenile Correction facility, in the shadow of more allegations of inmates being abused by their...
2015/05/16 17:30
2015/05/16 17:30
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With only a few days left in the school year, final exams and graduation aren't the only things on the agenda at two Treasure Valley high schools where officials are considering whether to press...
2015/05/15 01:30
2015/05/15 01:30
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The Wood River Valley combines glamour with backcountry ruggedness. While most famous for its legendary winter sports opportunities, the WRV is an all-seasons recreational destination. It shines in...
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2015/05/13 20:30
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In that position, she'll manage public lands and trails in the foothills as well as the levy funds used to acquire and maintain open space, oversee environmental education programs at the Jim Hall...
2015/05/13 14:31
2015/05/13 14:31
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Lance Okeson introduced a scrubby, little, urchin-like plant called forage kochia during the May 12 Idaho Environmental Forum. Okeson is the fire management specialist at the Boise District Office for...
2015/05/13 10:30
2015/05/13 10:30
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A few years ago, Elizabeth Gilbert was approached by two women at JFK International Airport after one of the women turned to her friend and described Gilbert as, "that woman who wrote that book based...
2015/05/13 10:30
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In the decade that Courtney Washburn has lived in Boise, she has noticed one unattractive quality of the Treasure Valley: The wintertime inversions. The community conservation director for the Idaho...
2015/05/11 21:30
2015/05/11 21:30
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At this morning's Boise Bike Week commuter kick-off, Treasure Valley Cycling Alliance President Lisa Brady was a little surprised by how many people biked over. "We had a lot more folks show up than...
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2015/05/08 17:30
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A couple of weeks ago, I told you I've been on a search for a new word to describe what I am doing here—ever since Boise Weekly High Command has decided to stop calling blogs "blogs." Their decision...
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2015/05/07 16:30
2015/05/07 16:30
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Golden tickets, bonus prizes, and a seemingly endless well of good will—it must be Idaho Gives Day. By mid-morning, more than 2,900 unique donors had poured in more than $370,000 to Idaho nonprofits...
2015/05/06 15:37
2015/05/06 15:37
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The other shoe has dropped in a discrimination case against the Idaho Department of Labor. In an exclusive Boise Weekly report from November 2014 (and reported by theIdaho Statesman and other Idaho...
2015/05/06 10:30
2015/05/06 10:30
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For the record, Avengers: Age of Ultron isn't half bad. It is waaaay better than its prequel but, let's face it, Earth's mightiest heroes can fight back better than aliens, and they're also...
2015/05/06 10:30
2015/05/06 10:30
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The College of Western Idaho was riding a wave of goodwill in late April, after it announced the purchase of a 10-acre parcel at 3150 W. Main St. in Boise's West End neighborhood. That wave broke in...
2015/05/20 18:30
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