City Hall Plaza Renovation Beginning Monday, April 3, Closing Capitol Blvd. Entrance Until Late August

City Hall Plaza Renovation Beginning Monday, April 3, Closing Capitol Blvd. Entrance Until Late August

The overall cost of the project is $3.8 million with the Capital City Development Corporation contributing $1.2 million and the remaining $2.6 million coming from the city's general fund.
Donald Trump's Table Manners

Donald Trump's Table Manners

The looming food fight over federal funding to feed school children and seniors
"I guess these are more of their alternative facts. There is research that proves success, even though some of our leaders say there isn't."
Two U.S. Coal Miners, Two Very Different Perspectives on the Future of Coal

Two U.S. Coal Miners, Two Very Different Perspectives on the Future of Coal

"Anything that we do to keep saying that coal is continuing or could come back and provide as many jobs as it once did is false.”
March 29, 2017: What to Know

March 29, 2017: What to Know

An officer-involved shooting in Boise, making Brexit official, overturning Obama's internet policy and militarizing Meals on Wheels

'Rogue One' Director Gareth Edwards Explains That Darth Vader Scene

There's more to the scene than Vader gleefully returning to form after his embarrassing Frankenstein-esque first steps at the end of Episode III: Revenge of the Sith.

Two U.S. Coal Miners, Two Very Different Perspectives on the Future of Coal

"Anything that we do to keep saying that coal is continuing or could come back and provide as many jobs as it once did is false.”

City Hall Plaza Renovation Beginning Monday, April 3, Closing Capitol Blvd. Entrance Until Late August

The overall cost of the project is $3.8 million with the Capital City Development Corporation contributing $1.2 million and the remaining $2.6 million coming from the city's general fund.

Boise State Speech and Debate Smashes National Tournament for Fourth Consecutive Championship

"The degree to which they absolutely crushed this tournament just makes it special."

March 29, 2017: What to Know

An officer-involved shooting in Boise, making Brexit official, overturning Obama's internet policy and militarizing Meals on Wheels

Donald Trump's Table Manners

The looming food fight over federal funding to feed school children and seniors

The Freedom to Say No

Idaho's own version of 'The Freedom Caucus' surfaces at Statehouse

Boise High's Student Symposium Goes Big In Second Year

A student-led, district-sanctioned takeover of the school, comprised of almost 100 speeches, presentations and workshops.

Twice-Told Tales

Analysts guess Beauty and the Beast might enter the uber-exclusive $1 billion club, usually reserved for avatars or stories from a galaxy far, far away.

Lunafest: Films By, About and For Women

Presented by Soroptimist International of Boise, Lunafest will screen at The Flicks Saturday, April 1

Louie Anderson

One of the funniest people on the planet talks to BW about comedy, Johnny Carson, Baskets and third acts

Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science

Brown promises “very large, very unusual and potentially dangerous food demonstrations”

Stand-Up: Kevin Farley and Marc Price

“I’ve always wanted to be in showbiz. I’m also a whore for work,”

FIRST Idaho Robotics Competition Regional

Teams from 35 high schools will run their ’bots through a series of challenges, hoping to advance to the nationals

Battle RoyALE Pinball Tournament

Sponsored by Treasure Valley Pinball, the machines include Addams Family, Aerosmith, Dracula and Game of Thrones.

Tara Velarde, March 31, District Coffee House

Velarde's 2016 debut LP Get Out and Walk (self-released) is a charming, emotive stroll through her sweet indie sound.

Clownvis Presley, April 2, Neurolux

"It is without any doubt, the worst act I've probably ever seen."

Celebrate Idaho

It seems appropriate to give a nod to a few Gem State breweries

Movies With Mikey

Movies with Mikey, a YouTube channel from the Chainsawsuit Original group, may have viewers watching movies with a more critical eye.

March 28, 2017: What to Know

Upending Obama's climate change legacy, the Oscar "secret meeting," a "horrifying" airport security check, the Idaho Legislature gets ready to adjourn, a Gooding County cockfight and some ideas for Donald Trump's next book.

Trump Son-in-Law Jared Kushner Will Face Questions About Russian Contacts

"Throughout the campaign and transition, Jared Kushner served as the official primary point of contact with foreign governments and officials"

Developers Reach Terms on Land Proposed for Downtown Boise Baseball Stadium

"Now it is time for the City of Boise, CCDC, and GBAD to do the same in keeping with our commitment to preserve and enhance the quality of life Boisean’s cherish as we grow and seek new economic development opportunities."

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