The Clean House at BCT

A finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for drama, The Clean House was championed by The New York Times as a "gorgeous" production of "theatrical audacity and emotional richness."

Ballet Idaho: Peter Pan

The tale gets yet another treatment, this time from Ballet Idaho, with a production choreographed by Peter Anastos and set to music by Camron DeLeone.

Bill Burr on Babies and Building a New Hour

"I've learned, for the most part, parents are crazy people,"

Boise's Capital City Public Market Kicks Off While Demonstrators Call for Trump's Tax Returns

It was a record-breaking day at the Capital City Public Market.

Boise Gets Political With Author Lauren Groff at Egyptian Theatre

"I don't actually say [the President's] name because it's like [Harry Potter villain] Voldemort and you give him power."

Aslan, Boo, Nguyen and More Coming to Boise for The Cabin's 2017-2018 'Readings and Conversations' Series

The list of speakers includes Pulitzer and National Book Award winners, a MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient and a prominent television program host.

Boise Releases New X Games Details, Tour de Fat Changes Venue and Library Announces Curbside Service

Bleacher seats at the X Games qualifiers, the Idaho Botanical Garden takes up Tour de Fat and the Boise Public Library will bring your library books right to your car.

The Cabin Presents Lauren Groff at The Egyptian

In Lauren Groff's 2015 novel, Fates and Furies, a husband and wife each tell the stories of their marriage—which don't exactly match up.

Almost There Presents Kyle Kinane at Neurolux

Kinane did a brilliant five minutes on Conan last year, has done three one-hour Comedy Central specials and much more

Fandemonium

Learn how to crochet "Zombie Survival Style," take part in a K-Pop cosplay dance party, share "Anime That Scarred Me for Life" or hit the hay with a Homestuck sleepover—and that's just a taste of what's going down the first day.

Biking Merges Into Boise's Fashion Lane

The tour takes shoppers to Swank Boutique Boise, Mixed Greens, Ava Rae Boutique, Piece Unique and Shoez, and SHIFT Boutique.

First Thursday: Students Read Poetry, Boise Fry Co.'s Experimental Burger and Plenty of Music

Student poetry on touchy topics, new offerings from Boise Fry Company and a fundraiser for Interfaith Sanctuary at The Record Exchange.

Uli Westphal Artist Talk—Cancelled

First Thursday: John Taye: Things In Place

Things In Place, comprises examples of Taye's entire oeuvre, many of which are new works.

First Thursday: Pathway of Dreams: Building the Boise Greenbelt by David Proctor

Pathway of Dreams recounts the history of Boise's relationship with its watery arterial and how decades of misuse were reversed with the development of the greenbelt.

First Thursday: Art of Mo Devlin: Spring Thaw

Mo Devlin came to his portraits of frozen flowers almost by accident.

Search for Glass Eggs

Boise Art Glass is hosting the Downtown Boise Scavenger Hunt: Search for Glass Eggs, in which hand-blown glass eggs will be hidden all over downtown Boise.

Students Read Their Poetry on Touchy Topics at The Linen Building

“It’s so important to create space for young people to come together to create a different story of Idaho, and I feel like this does that."

Boise Farmers Market Opens for Spring/Summer 2017 Season

"And it didn't hurt us the sun decided to shine today."

Boise State Speech and Debate Smashes National Tournament for Fourth Consecutive Championship

"The degree to which they absolutely crushed this tournament just makes it special."

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