Car Seat Headrest's Will Toledo confirms critics' claims with Teens of Denial
The man who performs under the moniker Car Seat Headrest was young when he began writing, playing and recording what would evolve into songs The New Yorker called “so well formed, with such a divine lilt and of such sturdy beauty,” but he wasn’t a toddler.
Saturday, Aug. 27
Get your fill of comics and comics culture at the fourth annual Boise Public Library Comic Con, featuring panel discussions, a costume contest and comic-themed activities at the Main Library.
Despite the grimness peddled by some lobbyists, legislators, professional pundits and flacks, life-changing successes occur all the time throughout our education system—and they frequently do occur in spite of the work of those lobbyists, legislators, pundits and flacks.
Thursday, Aug. 25
Krishna is one of Hinduism’s most important figures: the absolute incarnation of Lord Vishnu, he’s the religion’s supreme being, a prankster, a model lover and generally the bees knees.
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.
Back to school, their own educational roots and the 'boo-hoo, yahoo room'
"We have a separate room, the "boo-hoo, yahoo" room," and about 15 minutes after kindergarten starts, we have to start moving the parents out. So, we say, let's head to "boo-hoo, yahoo" where there's coffee and donuts. At some point, we have to start celebrating."
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.