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Paula Rebelo and Denise Simone

Paula Rebelo and Denise Simone

Co-stars of The Clean House on cleaning up life's messes
"When we're laughing, all those really hard, painful moments get to seep through the laughter."
Fightin' Words

Fightin' Words

How Boise State tackles unpopular speech and radicalism
"We're blessed with students who understand the need to be civil in their debate, nonviolent in their approach."
April 27, 2017: What to Know

April 27, 2017: What to Know

Donald Trump gets his courts mixed up, a new Micron CEO, another passenger gets booted off a plane and a number of schools issue warnings to parents about 13 Reasons Why.

Idaho Supreme Court Agrees With Meridian Man's Challenge of Public School Fees

"Where a class is offered as part of the regular academic courses of the school, the course must be offered without charge."

April 27, 2017: What to Know

Donald Trump gets his courts mixed up, a new Micron CEO, another passenger gets booted off a plane and a number of schools issue warnings to parents about 13 Reasons Why.

The Lost City of Z Reclaims the Age of Exploration

Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by David Grann, the film seems like a cross between an Indiana Jones movie and a Joseph Conrad novel—one where the world seems full of possibilities, rather than limitations.

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April 26, 2017: What to Know

A North Idaho landscaping company puts racist images on its vehicles, Donald Trump vows to challenge the 9th Circuit's ruling against his immigration and sanctuary cities actions, and "high touch, high tech" initiatives at the city of Boise.

Fightin' Words

How Boise State tackles unpopular speech and radicalism

The Right to Do the Right Thing: Is Health Care a Human Right?

How proposed Medicaid changes might impact Idaho's most vulnerable citizens.

Boise State Set to Begin New Work of Art

Officials are ready to break ground for a five-story, 97,222-square-foot fine arts building on Tuesday, May 2.

Timberline High School Gets Good Grades From U.S. News

U.S. News & World Report rankings "focus on student outcomes with an emphasis on graduation rates and state proficiency tests."

Tim Kasher: From Omaha to L.A.

With No Resolution, Kasher finally fulfills his big-screen dreams.

Their Finest: Over There

Their Finest is a charming, sophisticated, film within a film

Paula Rebelo and Denise Simone

Co-stars of The Clean House on cleaning up life's messes

Experience Idaho Expo

With a mission to "relight the joy to live in Idaho," it's hard to imagine not getting enthused about the 43rd state.

Independent Bookstore Day

The day starts off with games of book bingo and blind date with a book, followed by the Me and My Book art table

Treasure Valley Kite Festival

Once upon a time, Boise held an annual kite-flying festival, but it was gone with the wind by the late 1990s.

Comedian Brian Regan

Regan is a comic of the people: he's affable, relatable, never goes "blue" and jokes about the familiar—from Pop Tarts to politics—without ever being trite.

Granger Smith and Earl Dibbles Jr., April 26, Knitting Factory

It's sometimes hard to see the line between parody and genuine appreciation in the over-the-top country jams of Earl Dibbles Jr.

Marcus Eaton, May 4, Sapphire Room

Eaton makes a point of returning to his native Idaho to share new music and reconnect with fans

Campari and Beer?

Find out what you get when you mix Italy's iconic aperitif with an Idaho IPA

Boise's Most Unique Double Bill, Behind Bars

From Watergate to Jake and Elwood's mission from God.

SciShow

The series covers everything from animal intelligence and deadly fava beans to what causes dimples and why poop floats.

April 25, 2017: What to Know

A double execution, the State Department apologizes over its online content on Mar-a-Lago, a 12-year-old goes on a lengthy Australian drive-about and the growing possibility of a Hollywood writers strike.

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