Most of the trees lining the north side of Idaho Street from Fifth Street to Capitol Boulevard will be torn out for new sidewalks.
The signs read: "This tree is to be removed after ___ days for the following reason..." with reasons ranging from "construction" to "CCDC Streetscape Project."
Eilen Jewell talks about Idaho, her daughter and her new album
Written in Idaho City and McCall and recorded in Garden City, Sundown Over Ghost Town draws inspiration from Jewell's experiences in her home state of Idaho.
Site-specific theater is about making theater more organic, but in the case of S5 that experience is muted by the technology—rather than coming across as spontaneous and real, the action came canned and digitized.
Your tax dollars at work
You don't need a think-tank to see that there may well be something "off" about a lawmaker who "espouses" small government and low taxation while asking citizens to foot the bill for his "fellowship" meetings with corporate lobbyists.
Crooked Fence creates exotically flavored beer for the World Village
Introducing the World Village Saison—brewed with spices from the Boise International Market, with proceeds going to the World Village festival.
One more summer
"Camp is... [Everett took a long pause]. Well, it's magical, isn't it? I wish every kid... actually I wish every politician went to camp for a week where they're getting along with someone very different from them."
Eat, pray, love... and just about everything else
"I haven't truly processed what happened because, honestly, I don't know if it's processable. It's more like a phenomenon, and it has no rational explanation. Meanwhile, I go on with my life as sanely and soberly and responsibly as I can."