• Issue Archive for
  • Jun 8-14, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 49

Arts

  • New Mural on Borah Pool Building

    Borah Park's 36-year-old public pool has received a facelift. As part of a public art project, local artist Elizabeth Wolf, with some Borah High art students and neighborhood representatives on hand to lend one, directed the painting of a new mural on the pool's building.

News

Rec

Special Issues

Covers

  • Rainbow Number 1

    The first rainbow painting is about love, and also the painful price that some pay for loving another. It is about how this love can survive ugliness, refusing to be occludd by hate or judgment. With steadfast care, love becomes more complex, and more beautiful, for the struggle.

Features

  • Gay Pride 2005

    A minority group defined not by race or religion, but by sexual orientation celebrates the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness
  • A guide to GLBT Organizations in the Valley

    Boise Pride Week is about celebrating who you are. This seeming simple idea historically has been made tough for the gay community. BW has compiled a guide to organizations aimed at educating, supporting, assisting and even entertaining the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) community and their friends in the Treasure Valley. We tried to touch on a bit of everything-though this list is by no means exhaustive-in the hope that the information listed here will be a useful resource for our diverse community.

  • Gay Glossary

    Whether gay or straight, if you have managed to live in modern day culture without frequently hearing slang terms like gaydar, drag queen or fag hag, this short list of not-so-well-known terms about the gay community will really "kick you out of the closet." For those unwitting few, the previous three terms are included as well. No inclusions are meant to be derogatory or disparaging, but rather for educational value.

Music

Opinion

  • TIME TO REIN-IN ACTIVIST FEDERAL JUDGES

    There's no question that some judges are overstepping their bounds by legislating from the bench. Recently, we've seen judges around the country redefine the institution of marriage, overturning initiatives approved by overwhelming majorities. Courts have also attempted to eliminate the phrase "under God" from the Pledge of Allegiance, ban public prayer, and remove long-standing displays of the Ten Commandments from public property.

Cartoons

Food

  • Rosés

    With the mercury struggling to push past 70, you might have to remind yourself that this is June and summer lurks just around the corner.

Screen

BW Picks


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