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Re: “Facing Auschwitz

Noach Flug, the former president of the International Auschwitz Committee died 11 Aug 2011. If you like to read how people remember this eminent man - look at: http://www.jetztzeit-verlag.de/

Posted by Felix Schaefer on 10/05/2015 at 1:31 AM

Re: “Boise Hive Needs to Raise $210,000 by Oct. 9

Hopefully it becomes an "one door closes another open" story.. Good luck to a great and greatly needed organization.

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Posted by NuclearShadows on 10/04/2015 at 9:51 AM

Re: “Boise Hive Needs to Raise $210,000 by Oct. 9

This is just laughable!!! Call Lori Shandro for the cash...

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Posted by superflymon on 10/03/2015 at 4:24 AM

Re: “Facing Auschwitz

I meet Ruth Treason, who wrote "The Long Walk", how she survived the Holocaust but lost her parents and baby sister until the Soviet soldiers rescued her after 3 years in Auschwitz. Ruth, may she rest in peace, passed away last years at 83 years young.
She was the most vibrant individual I ever met - her attitude was to make the most of the life she was granted. Had 3 sons and is also survived by her husband Emil.

Take care, Larry Polsky.

Posted by larrypsy on 09/23/2015 at 11:47 PM

Re: “Vaudeville on the Edge: An Operatic Melodrama

Why is this showing up as a new story on Sept. 17th???

Posted by David Habben on 09/17/2015 at 6:58 PM

Re: “Slideshow: Boise Weekly Goes to Bumbershoot

Memorial day??? Geez maybe too much marijuana smoke??

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Posted by jaaj on 09/12/2015 at 1:34 PM

Re: “Boise Dance Co-op Dazzles in its Fourth Year

Correction: Title 'Bass Drop' should read 'The Drop' as the work's name.

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Posted by pappasquat on 09/02/2015 at 12:49 PM

Re: “Boise Dance Co-op Dazzles in its Fourth Year

Thank you for reviewing BDC Performance. Just for clarification, the teenage dancers in "Fractured", are Idaho Regional Ballet.
Thank you again.

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Posted by Colleen Horiuchi on 09/01/2015 at 4:55 PM

Re: “Boise Dance Co-op Dazzles in its Fourth Year

I think it's important to acknowledge that the piece "fractured" was performed by the Idaho Regional Ballet and students of Eagle Performing Arts Center.

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Posted by Kristen Kay Shreve on 09/01/2015 at 3:56 PM

Re: “Treefort Music Fest Tips 2016 Dates, Opens Music, Film Submissions

Can't wait to hear about the band that I have never heard of and will forget about the day after. Love the rock n roll earplug babies!

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Posted by pukeinmyears on 08/30/2015 at 8:29 AM

Re: “Local Artist with Parkinson's Donates Mural to St. Luke's

This accomplishment is so wonderful. Kudos to Mr. Herdegen for his fine work!

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Posted by boi22toy on 08/09/2015 at 5:52 AM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Gotta confess, I was thinking more of the local merchants - "Reggie's Veggies," the Stonehenge (Overland/Columbus) etc., as opposed to Walmart or Freddie's, when I composed my comment.

Posted by bikeboy on 07/31/2015 at 9:18 AM

Re: “The Book of Mormon Announces Pre-Show Ticket Lottery for Boise Shows

So let me get this straight: I got my ducks in a row, promptly went online last March, paid my money up front, and purchased two tickets at $80 apiece (plus an additional $20 for "facility fees" and "ticketing fees", for a grand total of $180) for "The Book of Mormon."

Four months later, those who either procrastinated or lost out are granted a chance to buy equally good seats for the bargain basement price of $27.50 apiece. Yes, it's a lottery and your chance of winning was poor. But does this arrangement seem fair? (Perhaps a fairer arrangement would be to lower their outrageous, Broadway-level prices for everyone.)

"The Book of Mormon" lottery I witnessed (20 tickets for about 200 waiting hopefuls) seemed little more than a way of getting participants to hand over their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for future marketing purposes.

Posted by Just the facts, m'am on 07/29/2015 at 9:34 AM

Re: “'The Book of Mormon' Faithful Followers Enter Lottery for Boise Show Tickets

So let me get this straight: I got my ducks in a row, promptly went online last March, paid my money up front, and purchased two tickets at $80 apiece (plus an additional $20 for "facility fees" and "ticketing fees", for a grand total of $180) for "The Book of Mormon."

Four months later, those who either procrastinated or lost out are granted a chance to buy equally good seats for the bargain basement price of $27.50 apiece. Yes, it's a lottery and your chance of winning was poor. But does this arrangement seem fair? (Perhaps a fairer arrangement would be to lower their outrageous, Broadway-level prices for everyone.)

"The Book of Mormon" lottery I witnessed (20 tickets for about 200 waiting hopefuls) seemed little more than a way of getting participants to hand over their e-mail addresses and telephone numbers for future marketing purposes.

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Posted by Just the facts, m'am on 07/24/2015 at 6:59 PM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

The produce comes from farmers who sell at the Boise Farmers' Market, and are also trying to make a living growing and selling food. Not to mention competing with the Wal-Marts of the world, whose employees are the ones using food stamps so that Wal-Mart can get away with paying them a minimum wage that is in no way a living wage. And competing with cheap grocery store processed foods, which our government also systematically subsidizes. I think the grocery stores can probably handle the competition.

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Posted by Katie Painter on 07/24/2015 at 2:44 PM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

To bikeboy, I think you may have one detail wrong. This "government subsidized produce" is from our local farmers markets. It looks like this mobile market is only encouraging people who already receive SNAP benefits to eat more local and fresh. Shouldn't we want that? I know I would rather have someone spend $10 dollars buying from local farmers than at Wal Mart buying cheap food. Plus, I have been to this market once to check it out, and they are only at certain spots for a couple of hours a week. I think our other merchants should be able to compete with a produce stands that only sells for a couple of hours, right?

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Posted by Mike1287 on 07/24/2015 at 9:34 AM

Re: “Travels with Sharlie

My mother saw Sharlie in the early 1960's. She said that she looked across the lake and saw three humps in the water. She was very shocked by what she saw. She never saw him again. But after seeing him, she became a believer. She was not the type to believe in aliens or monsters. One time in 1983, my husband and I were laying on the beach when a huge wave came toward us. We had to run into the trees to keep from being hit by the wave. There were no boats in the area. We couldn't figure out what caused the wave, unless, of course, Sharlie had swam past us.

Posted by Cheri on 07/23/2015 at 1:06 AM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Bring it up to Hidden Springs - it's desert

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Posted by AintThatAmerica on 07/22/2015 at 3:48 PM

Re: “Shoppers Without Borders: Boise's New Mobile Market

Other than the fact that it's government-subsidized competition against merchants who are trying to make a living selling food, it sounds like a good idea. (But on the bright side, when those merchants go out of business they can probably get some government-subsidized produce from the rolling produce stand.)

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Posted by bikeboy on 07/22/2015 at 9:15 AM

Re: “Beyond Borders: Boise State's Mexico Week

Yeah, a connection that the American People in general had nothing to do with. It was the farmers who started the whole mess.

Posted by RCB on 07/18/2015 at 3:01 PM

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