In Boise State Radio personality George Prentice's final recordings from D.C., listen to Latin star Marc Anthony, for a warm up, and then listen to Obama's intro to his dance with First Lady Michelle Obama.
Boise State Radio personality George Prentice, the voice of Morning Edition in town, is up early and feeding us more sound from Washington, D.C.
Boise State Radio's George Prentice just sent us these audio postcards from Washington, D.C. where he is covering Barack Obama's presidential inauguration.
About 50 people gathered Sunday morning at the Egyptian Theatre to talk about healthcare reform. Watch the video below if you missed the show (this is just the first half, more coming tomorrow). If you were there, feel free to leave comments below... if you missed it, watch for a bit and chime in below.
To get the Barack, please, It Hurts: BW Healthcare Meetup out of the gates Sunday morning, the Boise Weekly has arranged a trio of health care reformers to lead off the (re)forum.
We at citydesk were just wondering how to apply for press credentials for the Obama inauguration in the off chance BW wants to send us to that *historic* event, when an e-mail from Idaho Sen. Mike Crapo (R-, uh, Idaho) popped in the inbox, reading:
CRAPO: SWEARING-IN CEREMONY TICKET REQUESTS BEING TAKEN
Sen. Barack Obama has won an early poll in Idaho, a secured, on-line, vote among the state's high school students.