Clay and fire sale, summer camps and more
Explore forms like poetry and short stories, engage their ears for music with songwriting, tackle the novel with Boise author Christian Winn and, for older students, workshop college admissions essays.
Some big wins—and one big loss
Kudos go to News Editor George Prentice, Associate Editor Amy Atkins, staffers Harrison Berry and Jessica Murri, and freelancer Ben Schultz for their stellar work in 2014.
'For the first time in my memory, an honest-to-god, self-avowed socialist is going to be running for president on a major party ticket, and people are going to realize they agree with 90 percent of what he says.'
Oh, goody. Dick's back
"That's why I invented you, Dick. To enable me to visualize what effect my words are having on the type of people who would consider Sarah Palin presidential material, but not Hillary Clinton."
Chateau Montelena CEO stops by Boise's
"Bottle Shock is a love story to Napa Valley wine. When they told us they were going to make the movie, I actually joked around and said, 'What is it going to be, eight minutes long? Everybody knows what happened, who's going to pay to see that?'"
Galoshes, potatoes, politics and ruffling feathers
"I remember on my first day, three men said they couldn't work with a female supervisor and they walked off of the job. I said, 'All right. Get out of here.'"