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Summer Hero Blood Drive @ Knitting Factory Concert House
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Shades of Green

The many ways commercial developers build sustainability into their plans
"We've seen such serious impacts here. We want to be aggressive, getting people to see that it's really connected to how we build."

Renting Green? It's Not a Thing

"Everything that is in our control, we'll do. But if it's insulating the walls, well, we're renting. It's not our space."
Energy-efficiency measures often go neglected in rental housing.

Lauren Necochea

Why everyone in Idaho should know what '21 percent' represents
"And it has been going up over the last 10 years, even as we come out of the Great Recession."

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Vine Wine Shop and Noodle Korea Open

Plus Kindness preps for Owyhee Plaza grand opening
Le Coq Rouge is now the home of vin rouge (and blanc).

Deschutes Brewery Base Camp Week

Saturday-Saturday, July 12-19
A beery fun week of events.

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Ketchum Arts Festival

Gotta ketchum all
Friday-Sunday, July 11-13

Outdoor Music and Movies, and Military in the Museum

Music and movies in nature
If you came of age in the 1990s, Modest Mouse isn't just a band: It's a totem.

Wardrums and Dark Days

UZALA slouches toward Valhalla
The band's deliberate tempos, droning riffs and clear, forceful vocals create a sound both fearsome and seductive.

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Globelamp, July 13, The Crux

Former foxygenite
Elizabeth Le Fey brings the Gypsy folk.

Bonnie 'Prince' Billy, July 16, Neurolux

He does it all
Seldom has a pseudonym been as apt as that of musician, actor and renaissance man Will Oldham, aka Bonnie "Prince" Billy.

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Begin Again: One More Time (With a New Title)

Can a Song Change Your Life? Mmmmm... maybe
Opens Friday, July 11 at The Flicks

The Musketeers: All For One (At Least On Sunday Evening)

The Musketeers pays proper respect to Alexandre Dumas' 19th century source material, but the show crackles with fresh wit.
Sunday evenings on BBC America

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Rec

Second Annual Charity Dodgeball Tournament

Saturday, July 12
If you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball.

Y-Not Triathlon and Y-Not Swim

Saturday, July 12
You can't win if you don't tri.

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Editor's Note

From Bikes to Booze
In case you didn't notice, Boise Weekly gets a little drinks-minded around this time of year.

Museum of Make-Believe

Where science ain't true 'til I says it is!
I want to be one of the first to welcome the proposed creationist museum to Boise.

Don't Trust Anyone Over 30

Especially if they're over 80
One of the advantages of growing up during Vietnam was that you could know for certain the old folks were out to get you.

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Need Something To Do Wednesday?

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Boise Man Behind Bars, After Dog Causes Severe Injures to Child

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Cops Shoot and Kill Woman Outside North Idaho Hospital

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Times-News: Dates for Daredevils' Dueling Jumps 'Up in the Air'

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Advocates for Legal Pot Set Their Sights on Oregon

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Toxic Algae Infest Idaho's 'Most Popular Place for Recreational Fishing'

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Last of Derailed Fuselages Pulled From Montana River

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Owyhee Opens Wednesday

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Former Idaho Gov. John Evans Dead at 89

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