Boise International Market Grand Opening and Community Celebration Art of Fashion Show: Incognito at BAM The Silent Partner Cuba Has Had a Lung Cancer Vaccine for Years

Boise Bicycle Project's 'Top-Secret Strategy' for Idaho Gives

"Repeat after me. No amount of torture, financial influence or sultry sirens will pry this secret from me."
Nearly 100 supporters and volunteers were sworn to secrecy before they were privy to the plans.

Southeast Boise Fire Claims Life of Artist Well Known to Boise Weekly Readers

BW mourns the loss of artist and family member Molly Hill.

Cuba Has Had a Lung Cancer Vaccine for Years

This week, the Roswell Park Cancer Institute of Buffalo, New York signed an agreement to import a Cuban lung cancer vaccine.

UPDATE: CWI Purchases 10 Acres in Boise's West End

This is a project that will really be an anchor for that West End neighborhood. We believe that [West] End is part of downtown. It will be a catalyst for more development."

Video: Three Quakes Rattle Idaho Panhandle

"Yikes! Anyone else feel the aftershock just now?"

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CityDesk

Lord Huron's Stop at the Record Exchange Draws Hundreds

The band's only performance in Boise was calm, intimate and delightful
A new permanent stage made for the perfect in-store performance at the Record Exchange on April 17.

Metales M5 Mexican Brass

April 24, Jewett Auditorium
M5 is one of Mexico's best imports.

Acid Mothers Temple

April 23, Crazy Horse
Do whatever you want, don't do whatever you don't want.

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Art of Fashion Show: Incognito at BAM

Dress for success... even if no one can see you.

BW Video: Taking a Stroll with Ming Studios Artist-in-Residence Marijn van Kreij

We hit the streets of Boise with Dutch artist Marijn van Kreij
The simplicity of van Kreij's process belies his work's complexity.

Stan Says: Chris Botti at the Morrison Center

We sent our man-about-town out on the town for a night of jazz with a legend.

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What's Cooking

Visitors to boiseweekly.com will soon see some changes as we begin making some tweaks to our website.

Mr. Cope's Cave: We're Off

What is of the utmost importance to one liberal might or might not even make another liberal's list.

Straight-Man's Burden

An opportunity for even the Right to be right
"As long as there are people who are uncomfortable with the sexual aspects of homosexuality, there will be measurable resistance to full equality for LGBT people."

Chelsea Mornings

And afternoon matinees
"Here are the cultural glories of Greece, which we British have preserved from the air pollution of Athens and the depredations of war. If not for us, they'd be gone now, and no, we're not going to give them back."

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Rec

Idaho Whitewater Association Used Equipment Sale Has a New Home

Find the goods on Saturday, April 25.
The Idaho Whitewater Association's Annual Used Equipment Sale is Saturday, April 25, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at Cascade Outfitters in Garden City.

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Liar, Liar, Planet on Fire

Merchants of Doubt masterfully exposes masters of manipulation
Opens Friday, May 1 at The Flicks

Why Comcast Walked Away from Time Warner

A Comcast Time Warner Cable behemoth could have spelled trouble for consumers and online innovators.

Video: When Interview Turns Personal, Robert Downey Jr. Walks

"I'm sorry, I really don't ... What are we doing?" the actor said before walking out.

Apple Watch Goes on Sale Amid Supply Shortage

The company is directing people to order online, which should prevent the lines around stores that generally greet new iPhone and iPad launches.

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Sixth Annual Crawl Around Downtown

Saturday, April 25
Worth the skinned knees.

El Cafetal Colombian Restaurant

A filling Colombian feast
This fare is not for the faint of appetite.

Savvy Sauvignon

Warm up to the spring
While spring weather may be unpredictable, the tastiness of these wines won't be.

Zen Bento and the Art of Rice Bowl Expansion

State Street gets a Zen Bento location
Also, Red Feather Lounge and Bittercreek host an Earth Day/Arbor Day Tree Party.

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Dr. Michael Allen

ISIS: America's next war
"In addition to being terrible to humans, ISIS is terrible to human culture. And I think they're shocking more and more people with every passing day."

Jim Waddell

"I'll probably get fired for what I'm about to tell you, but these dams are a travesty."
Waddell concluded the Snake River dams are an economic sham and recommended the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers breach them.

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