Memorial Day Ceremony

Memorial Day Ceremony

Idaho State Veterans Cemetery, Monday, May 28

Officials Declare Boise River Is in "Dangerous Condition'"

Meanwhile, portions of the Boise Greenbelt remain closed due to water that has flooded the path. Detours have been created for the impacted areas.

State Won't Renew Contract of University of Idaho President Chuck Staben

The state board said it had yet to determine a timeline for a search for Staben's replacement. The board is already conducting a separate search for a replacement for Dr. Bob Kustra, who retires as President of Boise State University in June.

What Facebook’s New Political Ad System Misses

Facebook announced a new system to make political ads more transparent. It’s got holes.

May 25, 2018: What to Know

Harvey Weinstein is led away in handcuffs, Rachel Dolezal is in trouble with the law, an Idaho lawsuit over the recent E.coli outbreak, and a police officer surprises James Corden during a recent episode of Carpool Karaoke.

The Lion King Preview Roars Through Boise's Morrison Center

The Lion King will run from Wednesday, Oct. 17-Sunday, Nov. 4, at the Morrison Center in Boise.

A Guide for Digging Through Trump’s Financial Disclosures

Here’s how we searched through President Donald Trump’s financial disclosures, and how you can, too.

May 24, 2018: What to Know

President Trump backs away from the summit with North Korea, a Boise couple is charged with the car fire death of their daughter, a growing effort to ditch plastic straws, and the Great White Way is rolling in the green (money, that is).

The Sturiale Place Hires New Chef, Reopens in Boise's North End

Chef Shawn Redfield of Portland, Oregon, joined the Sturiale Place team last month, and the family owned spot will open for Thursday and Friday lunch service starting Thursday, May 24.

Bogus Basin Gears Up for Summer Opening on Memorial Day Weekend

Bogus Basin is rolling out its summer recreation services, a new barbecue smokehouse and music activities starting Memorial Day weekend.

May 23, 2018: What to Know

The CDC gives the all clear for romaine lettuce, a Boise juvenile is charged with a felony after allegedly making threats against his school, mourning the deaths of Philip Roth and Clint Walker, and the Disney Company is holding its breath for the new Star Wars spin-off.

Garden City Zero-Waste Market to Premier a New, Old World Way to Shop

Roots Zero Waste Market and cafe will sell bulk dried goods, produce and beauty supplies to customers without single-use plastics.

A Day at the Markets: How Boise Farmers Market and Capital City Public Market Coexist

The division of Capital City Public Market into two factions in 2013 caused an identity schism, spurring both markets to define themselves and emphasize their differences. Now, representatives from each market say they aren't just surviving, but thriving.

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: A Punk-Era Brexit

Nicole Kidman chews so much scenery that she should swear off fiber for life

Andrew May and Kathleen Pirkl Tague

Taking the adage "break a leg" a bit too seriously with the co-stars of Misery

HomeGrown Theatre Goes Meta With 'Mr. Burns' Play at Gem Center

Thursdays through Saturdays, May 24-26 and May 31-June 2.

Justin W. John: Simulacrum

At UpCycle Studio through Saturday, June 30

Anime Oasis EX

The Grove Hotel, Friday-Monday, May 25-28

Ray LaMontagne

Memorial Stadium, May 28

Memorial Day Ceremony

Idaho State Veterans Cemetery, Monday, May 28

Pears

The Visual Arts Collective, May 26

Third Annual Urban Cultural Show

Playhouse Boise, Saturday, March 26

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