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2014/09/21 17:30
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At the height of 2014's summer heat, Boise Weekly chronicled how an increasing number of Boise's homeless were saddled with warnings and "no camping" citations as their numbers grew to record levels...
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2014/09/19 02:36
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Tina Fey had a twinkle in her eye when Boise Weekly asked her about her punchline--literally: Fey's character hilariously sucker punches the guy (played by Dax Shepard) who slept with her brother's...
2014/09/18 22:30
2014/09/18 22:30
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Congressional Republicans have struck at the heart of an issue with deep Idaho ramifications: equal benefits to all veterans. Boise Weekly readers first met U.S. Navy veteran Madelynn Taylor in...
2014/09/18 18:30
2014/09/18 18:30
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Idaho Republican U.S. House Rep. Raul Labrador has come out in support of a police demilitarization bill, the Associated Press reports. Georgia Democratic Representative Hank Johnson and Labrador...
2014/09/17 18:30
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New York Times sports reporter Karen Crouse got her start in the field young. Her love of sports reporting began with an extra-credit eighth-grade project to put together a magazine. She decided to...
2014/09/17 10:30
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Canada gave us peanut butter, Anne of Green Gables, Michael Buble, Rachel McAdams and Ryan Gosling. Each September, it also restores my faith in motion pictures as the definitive art form of our...
2014/09/17 10:30
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The Equalizer and This Is Where I Leave You have little in common, except that they're both tremendously entertaining. The two big-budget movies are the first to emerge from the 2014 Toronto...
2014/09/17 10:30
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Sailors and the sea have always held a fascination for Mike Watt. His family moved to San Pedro, Calif., in the 1960s when his father, a career Navy sailor, was transferred to the city's naval...
2014/09/17 10:30
2014/09/17 10:30
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Gys van Beek was a 21-year-old corporal in the Dutch army when Germany invaded the Netherlands in May 1940. Soon thereafter he joined the Dutch resistance, serving in whatever capacity he could to...
2014/09/17 10:30
2014/09/17 10:30
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According to the Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project, the median age of an Idaho Latino was 22 years old in 2011. Estefania Mondragon comes very close; she's the treasurer for the Idaho...
2014/09/17 07:30
2014/09/17 07:30
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A few weeks ago, I was having drinks with a friend who works with various state and national conservation groups. He suddenly got serious, leveled his eyes at me and asked, basically, why Boise Weekly...
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2014/09/16 17:30
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After the death of a border collie named Jasper earlier this summer, who died when he jumped into a ditch full of 174-degree geothermal water, the city of Boise is warning dog owners to stay away from...
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2014/09/13 17:30
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The city of Boise has experienced its own tribulations with the proposal to build a downtown roundabout. Earlier this summer, Boise Weekly readers learned about the plan to build a mini-roundabout at...
2014/09/10 19:30
2014/09/10 19:30
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The U.S. Senate is taking police militarization more seriously in the wake of events in Ferguson, Mo.— National Public Radio reports the Senate is looking ahead to its first congressional hearing in...
2014/09/10 18:30
2014/09/10 18:30
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The news cycle works in mysterious ways. Almost a month ago, the Idaho Press Tribune reported on the demolition of the King's building in Caldwell, to make way for construction of a civic plaza that...
2014/09/10 15:36
2014/09/10 15:36
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We must admit to some bias, but we think Boise Weekly interns are among the best and brightest. So, while Treasure Valley institutions of higher learning have jump-started their fall semesters, BW is...
2014/09/10 10:30
2014/09/10 10:30
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This week's feature story has been a long time coming. Last October, we ran across a fascinating piece in the New York Times exploring the glut of United States military equipment making its way into...
2014/09/10 10:30
2014/09/10 10:30
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Almost anyone who's gone through the fourth grade in Boise since 1991 has probably met Cal Clevenger and his wife Marla. You might vaguely remember a daylong field trip called Wagons Ho at Veterans...
2014/09/10 10:30
2014/09/10 10:30
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It's a benefit built for success. Boise's Built to Spill finished its California tour just in time to play the Neurolux to help out one of the city's newest nonprofits: the Boise Hive. Boise Weekly...
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2014/09/10 10:30
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There's a name for the type of storm that soaked Canada's largest city on opening weekend of the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival: It's called September. Right on cue, as the curtain went up...
2014/09/21 17:30
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