Note April 1, 2009 

Your first assignment for this issue is to carefully read this week's main feature from Allan Cawl. Regrettably, Cawl's open letter to BW readers took precedence over our planned April Fool's Day feature about President Barack Obama's love child with Scarlett Johansson, but it's big news and certainly more important than any joke we could cook up.

Assignment No. 2: Flip to Page 26 and fill it out. We're in the middle of a major overhaul of Boise Weekly, and we want to know what you, the readers, think should stay and what should go. Not a fan of something we do? Now's your chance to tell us what you think sucks. (But be sure to tell us what you like, too, so that we don't ax your favorite parts of the paper.)

—Rachael Daigle

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