“We’ve lost our funding. It’s tough to run that property”
On a day-to-day basis, HUD’s shifting funding priorities aren’t likely to have a major impact on how services are delivered but, in the long-term, the effects of pivoting to permanent supportive housing remain to be seen.
Worship is easy, but creating a personal offering that neither blasphemes nor plagiarizes is difficult. Private Palace may not break boundaries but it is a solid record from a confident band, and it’s a record that just gets better with repeat listens.
How two homeless programs have made ends meet
Generous though our area residents may be, the precariousness of funding sources for these organizations underscores the need for stability in order to ensure their critical work can be accomplished into the future.
From the far margins
When my name was called, Ivanka came out and greeted me with a stiff outstretched hand. Digging her colored nails into my flesh, she whispered loudly, “There is no f*cking way you are getting this job.”
Advice for those on the verge
I believe the quality of the relationship is far more important than the longevity—even if my old-fashioned girl’s heart longs for one of those milestone relationships of yore.
Carlos Trujillo completed the Rio Olympics men's marathon at 2:20:24, coming in 67th place out of a field of 155 runners from 79 nations.
Eliud Kipchoge of Kenya won the marathon, completing the race at 2:08:44.
The pitch-perfect nostalgia of Netflix's new series Stranger Things and the dark-hearted allure of BoJack Horseman
To call Stranger Things a success is downplaying its effect, with fans and critics alike gushing over its feast of nostalgic homages coupled with a genuinely gripping story.
Big-name guests and early screenings build anticipation for film fest
IHFF strives to get Idaho filmmakers involved. There's a locals-only category—called Spud and Guts—and Idahoans aren't charged for their submissions.
A matter of faith and death
Mariah Walton appeared on the Today Show and Good Morning America to insist Idaho law needs to protect children from parents who use their faith as a shield when accused of neglecting their children’s well-being.