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  • Words, Deeds, Creeps and Eats

      To borrow a phrase, cheaters never prosper—in the classroom or at the dais.
  • Minerva's Breakdown
  • Minerva's Breakdown

    Advice for those on the verge
      Learning to love yourself even when it seems there is no one else will make sure that you include yourself in your definition of “your people.”
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  • Heavy News Followed by Heavenly Pizza

      With no shortage of big issues and fraught political news, we cast a wide net in this week’s edition of Boise Weekly.
  • From the Far Margins

    Seven stories about "The good"
      Everyone thinks they are the good people, he thought. And he looked around the room at the boys and girls in chairs in tidy rows out in front of the teacher’s desk, and he wondered which ones were sure they were the good people.
  • Minerva's Breakdown
  • Minerva's Breakdown

    Advice for those on the verge
      It is a great day and age to be alive, isn’t it? We live in a world that has vibrators aplenty! What does one do with a vibrator?
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  • America Gets Medieval on its Own Ass

      It’s generally as safe to live in America in the 21st century, with its murder rate of 10 per 100,000, as it was to live in England in 1500.
  • Taking Aim at Medical Profits

      Could not Idaho’s pro-business legislature level the taxable playing field for the entire business community?
  • Hot Under The Collar

      With the big Table Rock blaze that burned 2,500 acres of the foothills June 30 came added urgency to maintaining the precious resource of our open spaces.
  • From the Far Margins

    When Idaho left
      On election day, “Idago” won with 59 percent of Gem State voters choosing to leave the U.S. and 29 percent choosing to remain.
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  • Drinkers, Partiers and Winners

      Boise Weekly thanks the vendors, volunteers and visitors who packed the corner of Sixth and Broad streets on June 25 for The Big LeBoise, our 25th birthday party.
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  • Minerva's Breakdown

    Advice for those on the verge
      Animals are considered property and it is your responsibility to protect your property.
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  • Love Over Violence

      These are not unrelated acts, but are connected by a truth that our society encourages us to take power from others based our gender, race, ability and sexual orientation.
  • Hospitals Put the ‘Profit’ in ‘Nonprofit’

      Corporate medicine and medical insurance corporations had arrived. Thereafter, local political and legal battles followed over their further controlling physician practices and their private property encroachment.
  • From the Far Margins

    Defiance
      A rainbow pride flag hung at half mast in front of city hall and Fatima felt her hands shake.
  • Minerva's Breakdown
  • Minerva's Breakdown

    Advice for those on the verge
      So you have asked me what I would name your sweet little babies if I was to choose. Here are my choices and, for fun, I am going to mix it up a bit.
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