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Drinkers, Partiers and Winnerssafety, not everyone is pleased. Read more about this year's dry Fourth of July
Drinkers, Partiers and Winners
Boise Weekly / Posted 13 hours ago
safety, not everyone is pleased. Read more about this year's dry Fourth of July on Page 6. Speaking of celebrations, Boise Weekly thanks the vendors, volunteers and visitors who packed the corner of Sixth and Broad streets on June 25 for The... Read more
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Another Shrine Circus Visit to Boise, Another Round of Protestsbusy herself. She’s a Mountain Home store owner and a grandmother who often loo
Another Shrine Circus Visit to Boise, Another Round of Protests
Boise Weekly / Posted 6 days ago
busy herself. She’s a Mountain Home store owner and a grandmother who often looks after her grandkids. As Guptill spoke to Boise Weekly from her Elmore County home, the chatter of kids provided a constant backdrop. But Guptill said she’s eager to... Read more
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Sword and Shield: Boise's LGBT Community Grapples With Violencefactor for reporting hate crimes motivated by LGBT status. Another is mistrust
Sword and Shield: Boise's LGBT Community Grapples With Violence
Boise Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
factor for reporting hate crimes motivated by LGBT status. Another is mistrust of the police. Nicole LeFavour, an author, Boise Weekly contributor, longtime advocate and openly LGBT former Idaho state senator, has worked with the LGBT community... Read more
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Boise Mourns But It Also Has FunBoise 25th anniversary party, it's shaping up to be a season of action, and we
Boise Mourns But It Also Has Fun
Boise Weekly / Posted 7 days ago
Boise 25th anniversary party, it's shaping up to be a season of action, and we have plenty of it in this week's edition of Boise Weekly. First and foremost is BW Staff Writer Harrison Berry's previously mentioned closely researched and timely... Read more
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Pride Fullthe Boise Women's and Men's choruses and Opera Idaho Children's Choruses; and M
Pride Full
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
the Boise Women's and Men's choruses and Opera Idaho Children's Choruses; and Minerva Jayne, Boise's Blonde Bombshell and Boise Weekly advice columnist (see "Minerva's Breakdown," Page 30). Registration for the Xtravaganza is at 7:30 p.m. and the... Read more
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Imperfect Sound Foreverreason for naming his current band “Wussy.” “I really did pick it because I th
Imperfect Sound Forever
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
reason for naming his current band “Wussy.” “I really did pick it because I thought it looked good on a t-shirt,” he told Boise Weekly.”They’re attractive letters, you know? They’re all curvy.” Like the name of his previous band, The Ass Ponys,... Read more
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Idaho Feels Orlando's Painthe LGBT community, was at the centerpiece of the violence. "It's pretty clear
Idaho Feels Orlando's Pain
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
the LGBT community, was at the centerpiece of the violence. "It's pretty clear that this was a hate crime," Jordan told Boise Weekly at the vigil. "I worry that perhaps this is being portrayed as something else by those who seek to absolve... Read more
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My Darling Readersfor me and "Minerva's Breakdown." On May 13, 2016, I hit my one-year anniversar
My Darling Readers
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
for me and "Minerva's Breakdown." On May 13, 2016, I hit my one-year anniversary of writing this advice column for the Boise Weekly. I waited until now, a month later, to write this because June is Pride month. I did that because I have found a... Read more
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14th Annual Boise Weekly Black-and-White Photo ContestWhat's black-and-white and read all over? Boise Weekly's annual Black-and-White
14th Annual Boise Weekly Black-and-White Photo Contest
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
What's black-and-white and read all over? Boise Weekly's annual Black-and-White Photo Contest, now celebrating its 14th year. With some changes to the process this year, as we moved submissions and voting online, we pulled in a record 323 photos... Read more
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Heather CoxCox isn't one of the toughest interviewers in her business isn't paying attenti
Heather Cox
Boise Weekly / Posted 14 days ago
Cox isn't one of the toughest interviewers in her business isn't paying attention. Between assignments, she sat down with Boise Weekly to talk about sports, what's on her bucket list and why she, along with her husband and children, call Boise... Read more
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College of Idaho to Build New Residence Hall, Renovate Two Othersto house new stairwells and other exterior upgrades, study rooms, a lounge area
College of Idaho to Build New Residence Hall, Renovate Two Others
Boise Weekly / Posted 16 days ago
to house new stairwells and other exterior upgrades, study rooms, a lounge area, updated furnishings and an elevator. Boise Weekly: Does C of I have a five- or 10-year plan? Borst: Our current strategic plan ends in 2016. My task is to bring... Read more
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I48 Film FestivalRight about the time this edition of Boise Weekly was going to press, a few doz
I48 Film Festival
Boise Weekly / Posted 17 days ago
Right about the time this edition of Boise Weekly was going to press, a few dozen local filmmakers were hopefully getting some shut-eye—they had just completed the round-the-clock insanity that is the i48 film competition and festival. When i48's... Read more
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Idaho Brewers Win Big at North American Brewers Association Awardsbeen controversial in recent years, however, highlighting tensions between craf
Idaho Brewers Win Big at North American Brewers Association Awards
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
been controversial in recent years, however, highlighting tensions between craft breweries and big-brand beers. In 2014, Boise Weekly invited six Idaho craft brewers to conduct a lighthearted blind tasting of mass market beers Budweiser, Pabst... Read more
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Well Versed and DiverseIf there is any theme to be divined from this week's edition of Boise Weekly, i
Well Versed and Diverse
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
If there is any theme to be divined from this week's edition of Boise Weekly, it's diversity. On Page 6, BW News Editor George Prentice exposes a dire situation in the form of workplace safety. As the Occupational Safety and Health Administration... Read more
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Paul Stanleyon Thursday, July 7. "Any band with money can put on a KISS show, but they can
Paul Stanley
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
on Thursday, July 7. "Any band with money can put on a KISS show, but they can't be KISS," said Stanley, who spoke to Boise Weekly about his life and legend. Is there any part of touring that you still love? Honestly, it's a lot like winning... Read more
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Roots Rock Rebelshelped to sort of ensconce the mission of our band and the songs I'm writing in
Roots Rock Rebels
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
helped to sort of ensconce the mission of our band and the songs I'm writing in a way that's been gratifying," Bains told Boise Weekly. "We're working on a new record now, and with each one, I get excited about being able to put a body of work... Read more
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I48 Film FestivalRight about the time this edition of Boise Weekly was going to press, a few doz
I48 Film Festival
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
Right about the time this edition of Boise Weekly was going to press, a few dozen local filmmakers were hopefully getting some shut-eye—they had just completed the round-the-clock insanity that is the i48 film competition and festival. When i48's... Read more
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Dying to Work: Trench Collapse, Manure Pit Drowning Among OSHA's Top Idaho Probesworkers telling us to come here," said Trejo. "And after the drowning in Hazelt
Dying to Work: Trench Collapse, Manure Pit Drowning Among OSHA's Top Idaho Probes
Boise Weekly / Posted 21 days ago
workers telling us to come here," said Trejo. "And after the drowning in Hazelton, we knew we had to come." Trejo met with Boise Weekly in early May, after she spent several days traveling across the Magic Valley meeting workers and their families... Read more
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How to Build a Better Bench: Neighbors Weigh In On Boise's Newest Parksubmit their comments to Norton at tnorton@cityofboise.org or by calling 208-60
How to Build a Better Bench: Neighbors Weigh In On Boise's Newest Park
Boise Weekly / Posted 27 days ago
submit their comments to Norton at tnorton@cityofboise.org or by calling 208-608-7635. If all goes as planned, Norton told Boise Weekly he hopes to have one concept to put before the public sometime this summer, possibly within the next 30 days.... Read more
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Part Two: The end of the endAnd here is my final column for Boise Weekly. It has been an honor and a joy to
Part Two: The end of the end
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
And here is my final column for Boise Weekly. It has been an honor and a joy to be allowed this forum. We all have opinions, but to be given the opportunity to share those opinions with so many--and from a vantage considerably more prestigious than a... Read more
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Coping With a Big ChangeI'm not going to lie, it wasn't Bill Cope's idea to retire his column, which ha
Coping With a Big Change
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
I'm not going to lie, it wasn't Bill Cope's idea to retire his column, which has been published in Boise Weekly for more than 20 years. Sure, he has admitted on a few occasions that he felt burnt out, that words have sometimes been harder to spit out... Read more
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Franks and Deans Fuse Punk and The Rat Packmad because they didn't come up with it first." That last remark might be slig
Franks and Deans Fuse Punk and The Rat Pack
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
mad because they didn't come up with it first." That last remark might be slightly tongue-in-cheek: When Sampson talked to Boise Weekly, he stressed the supportiveness of the Vegas music scene. "It's no secret that I was trying to get out [of... Read more
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Minerva Jayne’s Selfie-ishsome advice on your own personality (or just have a question you'd like answere
Minerva Jayne’s Selfie-ish
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
some advice on your own personality (or just have a question you'd like answered), MJ will present a live version of her Boise Weekly column, "Minerva's Breakdown: Advice for Those on the Verge," 6-9 p.m. Attendees are encouraged to submit... Read more
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Baked Potato: Boise's Pre-Summer Heat Wavefor that date, 95 degrees." Breidenbach had just emerged from the latest brief
Baked Potato: Boise's Pre-Summer Heat Wave
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
for that date, 95 degrees." Breidenbach had just emerged from the latest briefing at the NWS office in Boise when he told Boise Weekly, "It's going to be a bit of a shock to the system." Among the weather patterns that Breidenbach and his NWS... Read more
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A Healthier Boise: Central Bench Anticipates New Health CenterReilly Health Service, smiled and assured the builder she would explain the end
A Healthier Boise: Central Bench Anticipates New Health Center
Boise Weekly / Posted 28 days ago
Reilly Health Service, smiled and assured the builder she would explain the end result just as soon as she was done giving Boise Weekly a tour of what will be a new health center. Every time we meet with Traylor, it's at a new TRHS site under... Read more
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As Summer Travel Season Heats Up, Boise Airport Prepares For New Connection to Dallas/Fort Worthabout pre-recession levels. ... That's all contributing to the longer lines at
As Summer Travel Season Heats Up, Boise Airport Prepares For New Connection to Dallas/Fort Worth
Boise Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
about pre-recession levels. ... That's all contributing to the longer lines at other airports." In this week's edition of Boise Weekly, we examine the summer travel season, including indications that Idaho could see a record-setting number of... Read more
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Mr. Cope's Cave: Knowing is Good; Doing is BetterBy now, perhaps you've learned that, as of next week, my time writing for the B
Mr. Cope's Cave: Knowing is Good; Doing is Better
Boise Weekly / Posted 1 months ago
By now, perhaps you've learned that, as of next week, my time writing for the Boise Weekly is over. One more "Mr. Cope's Cave" will appear in this spot Monday and, on Wednesday, my last column will be printed. I have something I feel needs to be said... Read more

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