Not even a shadow of its former self--new owners are surviving on past owners' reputation, I'm afraid ...
John, I personally LIKE your take on Idaho's own broadcast quasi-hunger-games idea! (Let me run the concessions booth at the Atomic City Amphitheater--I don't need to watch the action, but I'm not opposed to making money on the salivating viewers.)
I have been hoping for 51 of my 58 years of life that a Malthusian event would weed out the baddies, but I must admit I like this approach!
Bookmakers don't "[cheat] gamblers out of their money"--they set odds. It's a mathematical concept. So learn what words mean before you attempt silly wordplay ...
Robert Franz has been such a treasure for Boise! (Shamefully for me, I can't comment on the ballet, as I haven't "tasted" their work in years. Have it on my to-do list now!)
The orchestra truly does get stronger with every performance. Given that a superlative CAN be reached, I'm not sure how long that improvement can continue--we'll soon hear the pinnacle, and aren't we lucky!
'Meanwhile, the City Center Plaza project began pushing more VRT buses over to Idaho Street, but retailers "experienced conflicts between shoppers and transit riders," according to the Capital City Development Corporation. '
The buses stopped on one full block there already. Is it just that CERTAIN retail was NEWLY disrupted, and those business owners have more say/sway than the ones who operate along the block east of them?
Squeaky wheel gets the oil, I guess ...
I'm with Donna! Those of us who USE the bus system appreciate the improvements to come. You naysayers should join us--first on the bus, then in our POSITIVE excitement!
Excuse me--the Albright Knox is in BUFFALO, NY. It's one of the nation's best!
I have no idea why anyone would fund this shortfall. I am a HUGE supporter of the arts, but not of mismanagement and indecision ...
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