Sun Valley Film Festival Award Winner: Changing Relationship Status With SVFF From 'It's Complicated' to 'Committed' (When It Comes to Filmmaking)

Sun Valley Film Festival Award Winner: Changing Relationship Status With SVFF From 'It's Complicated' to 'Committed' (When It Comes to Filmmaking)

"It's the part of the Sun Valley Film Festival I love the most. This year, we have significantly more prizes to inspire filmmakers."
Boise Rock School Session Gig, Dec. 3, Linen Building

Boise Rock School Session Gig, Dec. 3, Linen Building

More than 50 acts will put their new (or newly honed) skills on display, sharing with an audience what they've learned during the 12-week fall session.
From Idaho, Merry Christmas

From Idaho, Merry Christmas

"For us here, it's a feather in our cap. We're proud of the fact that our tree will be in Washington D.C."
Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

Idaho Ho Ho Benefit Concert, Dec. 3, Visual Arts Collective

This is no abstract way to help those in need—the sale of one CD feeds a family of four.

Meet the High Schooler Who Donald Trump Blocked on Twitter

Antonio Del Otero called the president-elect a 'reject Cheeto.'

Study: 87,000 Working Poor Idahoans Are Part of 'Hunger Epidemic'

"Low wages are still the top cause of U.S. hunger and malnutrition."

Boise Artist's 'Tangible' Works Can Be Felt as Much as Seen

"Most art you can't touch. People who are totally blind can't appreciate it."

Sun Valley Film Festival Award Winner: Changing Relationship Status With SVFF From 'It's Complicated' to 'Committed' (When It Comes to Filmmaking)

"It's the part of the Sun Valley Film Festival I love the most. This year, we have significantly more prizes to inspire filmmakers."

Bedeck the Walls With Holiday Bazaar at Art Zone 208

Bedeck the walls with art by the likes of John Killmaster, Mike Moser, Stephanie Gunderson, Nancy Bouge, Anita Quick and many, many more.

Treefort Makes First Artist Announcement for 2017 Festival

Along with the artist announcement comes a $20 bump in ticket prices for the spring festival. Starting today, five-day general admission passes are $165.

Idaho Man Charged With Voter Fraud

The arrest came after election auditors in Nez Perce County and Asotin County in Washington discovered Christopher Billups, 62, of Lapwai, appeared to have voted at a polling site on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation after already mailing in a ballot to Washington.

North Idaho College Settles With Former Student After Claim of Rape, Title IX Violation

"When a girl has gone through what my client went through, standard operating procedure for a case like this could have seen all of her medical records of the past five years put into the public record. That's a horrifying prospect for anybody, particularly a 20-year-old girl."

Governor Otter Surfaces at Idaho Tax Conference Amid Rumors of a Trump Administration Appointment

"If I were to ask every employer in this room, 'Do you have a "Help Wanted" sign out?' I'd probably see a lot of hands go up. I can't even drive through Star and not see 'Help Wanted' signs. It's not for lack of jobs, it's about finding qualified labor."

Celebrate Freedom of Speech, Erotic Art With The Naughty Show at VAC

The Naughty Show is an erotic art exhibition that throws everything from nudity to sex and taboo literally on the wall, with pieces by some of the most popular visual artists in town.

SPLC: Two Northwest States in Top-10 List of Post-Election Hate Incidents, But Numbers May Not Show the Whole Problem

"That's not the representation we have. ... These things are happening every day."

Get Lit With Storyfort Bookclub

Those interested in participating are asked to complete reading one of the four novels prior to the book club's first meeting, which is slated for 6-8 p.m. Jan. 13, 2017, at The Owyhee.

Overtime Out: Idaho Employers in Limbo

"I said to myself, 'Am I really seeing this?' I had to rub my eyes when I got the email. I was really shocked."

From Idaho, Merry Christmas

"For us here, it's a feather in our cap. We're proud of the fact that our tree will be in Washington D.C."

Project Censored: The Top 10 Censored Stories of 2016

"Watergate taught us two important lessons about the press: First, the news media sometimes do fail to cover some important issues, and second, the news media sometimes indulge in self-censorship."

Get Out Your Dayplanner: The Best of the Rest of 2016

The ten movies you must see in the next 60 days

Dustin Robinson

Boise Police Department's Refugee Liaison

First Thursday: Judson Cottrell Fractal Art

The blind aren't able to appreciate art like those that are sighted, so I designed a way so that they could.

First Thursday: Boise Farmers Market Pop-up Shop

Growing in tandem with mass consumer holidays like Black Friday and Cyber Monday is a movement to shop locally, and it doesn't get more local than the Boise Farmers Market

First Thursday: Minidoka: Artist as Witness

Explore a dark chapter in U.S.—and Idaho—history.

Virtual Reality Night

Among the experiences to be offered is a VR project IVRC has been working on with local refugees from Mozambique.

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical

The musical, which has won a Tony Award and Grammy for its soundtrack, will be at the Morrison Center for the next week.

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