Blake Sherlock to Debut 'Mosaic Light Paintings' at Boise Pop-up Show

Blake Sherlock to Debut 'Mosaic Light Paintings' at Boise Pop-up Show

"I think it does go beyond mosaic. And it's beyond painting. It's really its own art," Sherlock said.

Acoustic Alchemy Studio to Host Small Concert Series Out of Boise's Augustana Chapel

By day, the 110-person-capacity chapel near the corner of Seventh and Fort streets will remain a church, but as often as once a week, Campbell said he would like to host Acoustic Alchemy Studio concerts.

Idaho Activists Cheer Court Ruling Blocking Forced Oil and Gas Leases Against Homeowners' Wishes

"Every Idaho landowner should be worried that an outside oil company can come here, drill your land, take your oil or gas while exposing your family and greatest lifetime investment to tremendous risk and pay you a pittance for doing so."

Boise Officials Announce Second Round of Community Conversations on Growth

Mayor Dave Bieter said the initial conversations revealed "a deep love for out city's quality of living," but added that attendees also expressed concerns about housing affordability, transportation, cultural and environmental preservation, and governance.

Blake Sherlock to Debut 'Mosaic Light Paintings' at Boise Pop-up Show

"I think it does go beyond mosaic. And it's beyond painting. It's really its own art," Sherlock said.

August 14, 2018: What to Know

A tragic bridge collapse in Genoa, a terrorist attack in London, a Treasure Valley cyclist is killed, Aretha Franklin is gravely ill and hundreds of stolen Netflix, HBO and Hulu passwords are being sold on the "dark web." On the bright side, Disney has released a first glimpse of its live-action Mulan.

Campfire Stories to Bring Tales of Immigration to Txikiteo

Starting at 8 p.m., a slate of storytellers and poets with DACA ties, including Boise poet Hannah Q. Rodabaugh, Elizabeth Almanza, Ben Stein and Maria Andrade, will share stories of immigration.

Urban Fox Coffee & Boba Blends Local Tastes with Asian Imports

Urban Fox offers Taiwanese-inspired sweet toast and boba tea, along with locally sourced coffee and pastries.

August 13, 2018: What to Know

A national coalition of newspapers will push back against Trump's attacks on the media, two Idaho little league teams are heading to national championship tournaments, two 11-year-olds hack into a replica of the Florida election system and a rooftop bathtub cinema will be appear in Tokyo next weekend.

Gooooooooal! International Soccer Friendly Returns to Boise's CenturyLink Arena

"It's a showcase for the city. We expect there's a trophy we'll hand out, and we hope it's something to do again in the future."

Basque Museum to Host 21st-Annual Winefest on Boise's Basque Block

On Friday, Aug. 17, over 100 wines will be poured in the block against the festive backdrop of live music, raffles and performances by the Oinkari Basque dancers.

Suspect is Arrested Near the Scene of Boise Stabbing Attack... One Day Later

Michael Rucker, 30, was booked into the Ada County Jail and charged with a felony count of aggravated assault.

First-Ever Boise Corgi Fest to Debut in Ann Morrison Park

The party will kick off with a "Pup Parade" at 10 a.m. Aug. 18, followed by a canine costume contest, corgi-themed raffle and silent auction, a peanut butter-sweet potato pie eating contest for dogs and even a corgi derby.

Citing Dropping Natural Gas Prices, Intermountain Gas Proposes Rate Decrease for Residential, Commercial Customers

The proposed decrease is part of a Purchased Gas Adjustment application which is filed each year by the utility.

Attorney for Ada County Treasurer Enters Not Guilty Pleas to Charges of Misusing Public Funds

In advance of her arraignment scheduled for Tuesday, Aug. 14, Ada County Treasurer Vicki McIntyre's attorney has filed a plea of not guilty to all charges.

University of Idaho Law Professor to Discuss Police Use of Deadly Force at Vandal Voices Event

"Why is it that so often we have shootings that don't resolve in indictments, and if a family sues, they don't win a civil judgement? There are reasons those things happen, and we have dissatisfactory results."

August 10, 2018: What to Know

Today is expected to be the hottest Aug. 10 on record in Boise, the Boise Hawks will host its league's all-star game next season, some NFL players resume their national anthem protests, Idaho DMV offices will be closed again today and some critics say The Meg has jumped the shark—and it's not a compliment.

Nampa Festival of the Arts

The Nampa Festival of the Arts runs Saturday-Sunday, Aug. 11-12, at Lakeview Park.

Report: Idaho Falling Short in Cancer-Fighting Policies

“This year alone in Idaho, 8,450 people will be diagnosed with cancer and more than 3,000 will die from the devastating disease. We owe it to them ... to improve access to screenings and treatment.”

As Blazes Continue to Scorch the West, Boise State Extends Admission Deadline for Student Firefighters

"The university recognizes these students’ roles in protecting the state and region’s natural resources."

August 9, 2018: What to Know

An excessive heat warning is issued for the Treasure Valley, a U.S. Congressman is arrested, two major mergers are called off and get set for what NASA says will be the best meteor shower of the year.

Caldwell to Host First 'Farm-to-Cork' Dinner in New Indian Creek Plaza

The four-course meal on Saturday, Aug. 18, will pair Scoria Vineyards wines with inventive dishes created by Chef Gordon Epperson of Gordon's Catering.

Meet the 2018 Winners of the Idaho Governor's Awards in the Arts

The governor of Idaho gives Excellence in the Arts awards every other year. Here are the 2018 winners.

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