<i>At Eternity's Gate:</i> For Art's Sake

At Eternity's Gate: For Art's Sake

Showcasing the always-fine Willem Dafoe as Vincent van Gogh
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China Blue, Dirty Little Roddy's Closed For Construction Until Further Notice

"Bear with us during this period of construction. We hate it just as much as you do. We can't wait to see you all again, hopefully soon."

December 11, 2018: What to Know

Time reveals its 2018 Persons of the Year, the Boise Police need the public's help finding a missing woman, Los Angeles could get hit by a major hotel workers strike tomorrow, the Walt Disney Company hits a box office landmark and don't you dare eat that raw cookie dough.

Prominent Doctors Aren’t Disclosing Their Industry Ties in Medical Journal Studies. And Journals Are Doing Little to Enforce Their Rules

The dean of Yale’s medical school, the incoming president of a prominent cancer group and the head of a Texas cancer center are among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed their relationships with drug companies.

December 10, 2018: What to Know

Theresa May delays Brexit... again, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says Christmas trees are still a bargain in Idaho, Planned Parenthood scores a victory and the Critics Choice Award nominations are unveiled.

Neptune, Robots, Love: HomeGrown Theatre to Stage 'Horizon Three'

Georgia's onboard robot has fallen hard for her, and she’s about to meet Voxiable, an alien tinkerer fleeing a civil war on a faraway planet.

Reel Foods Fish Market Reopens on Vista Avenue

Reel Foods has announced it will officially reopen a fish market at its new location—1118 S. Vista Ave. in Boise—at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Learn How to 'Cry in Public' at this Boise Contemporary Theater Staged Reading

A Guide to Crying in Public by Ben Chappell questions the sometimes-destructive power of social media.

Check out the 2018 Record, Song and Album of the Year Grammy Nominees

Six out of eight nominees for 2018 Best New Artist of the Year are women.

December 7, 2018: What to Know

A court-ordered psychiatric evaluation says Timmy Kinner is incompetent to stand trial, the nation's unemployment rate remains the same, Michigan becomes the latest state to legalize recreational use of marijuana, the Grammy Award nominations are unveiled and the Oscars will need to find a new host.

Utah-Based Waffle Love Opens First Idaho Location in Meridian

Waffle Love offers sweet and savory Belgian liege waffles topped with everything from Nutella to sunny side up eggs.

Musical or Drama? Golden Globe Nods Are More Like Scattergories

Are A Star is Born and Bohemian Rhapsody dramas or musicals?

December 6, 2018: What to Know

A funeral train will take George H.W. Bush to his final resting place today, traffic is diverted away from a geothermal break near Boise High, Luxembourg will become the first country to have totally free public transit and an international spat is swirling around an ancient Greek statue.

Idaho Legislators Tour Texas Facility Housing Idaho Inmates, Find It 'Adequate'

“You can tell the difference between older and younger facilities by the difference in how they smell. It’s something you probably don’t understand unless you’ve worked in corrections.”

Boise Group to Hold Anti-Urban War Event Thursday, Dec. 6

"Military personnel would be wearing plain clothes and we would be, basically, silent collateral damage. We wouldn't know this is happening around us."

December 5, 2018: What to Know

A national day of mourning, Treasure Valley Racing gallops away from Les Bois, eight brands of dog food are being recalled, Seattle will get an NHL franchise, and the American Film Institute releases its Top 10 list of 2018.

Mission Control: Public Safety, Economic Impacts Key to Mission of National Weather Service Office in Boise

"Nationwide, there were 17 disasters last year which exceeded $1 billion. We're on the same pace again this year."

Sandi Duncan

Farmers' Almanac editor says their forecast formula is top secret.

Leaky Roofs, Abscessed Teeth and Little Time Outside: Idaho Inmates, Families Describe Eagle Pass, Texas Facility

"You don’t want to send them some place where they’ll be worse when they come out. It’s crazy to send people so far away, separated from their families. Where’s the motivation for them to succeed?”

Home Is Where the Inmate Is

“For these folks to be so far away from family, and so far away from a community in which they’ll return to … well, we’re really setting them up, in some regards, for failure.”

A Former Pest Control Company Is Exterminating the Christmas Light Hassle

Find out how one Nampa couple quit pest control for holiday lighting.

It's All In The Bag: An Inside Look at Boise Handbag Label Bella Modi

Bella Modi specializes in custom handbags, jewelry and shoes.

The Seduction of Scent: Meet Boise Perfumer Elise Wishlow

Wishlow is the soft-spoken mastermind (or, more accurately, "master nose") behind Boise's Press & Still botanical perfumery.

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