Not Too Late Show 

When local promoter Danielo Foster strolled through Boise Curb Cup, what he saw was a city on the cusp of a show-biz renaissance.

"People are hungry for live entertainment here," Foster said.

So he started a once-monthly live, late-night-style talk show, featuring local musicians and entertainers as well as interviews with guests. Foster tapped local comic Sherry Japhet to host and local comedian Pete Peterson to be Japhet's co-host/sidekick. The first taping is on Saturday, Oct. 2, with guest Leif Skyving.

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