Ann Patchett Talks Busy Schedules, Indie Book Stores at Morrison Center

The bestselling author of 'Bel Canto' and, most recently, 'The Dutch House,' spoke at The Morrison Center on Oct. 15, part of The Cabin's Readings & Conversations series.

Boise Police Officer Arrested on Felony Rape Charges

The suspect, an officer with the Boise Police Department, was behind bars on Wednesday.

Inside the Blues

First Exhibitions Introduce BSU's New Art Galleries

A Go Around the 9th Circuit

U of I Law grad Danielle Hunsaker could end up on the 9th Circuit Appellate Court

Clarke, the Himselfs, and a Cabin in the Woods

The Idaho-origin band's latest album, Pot Sounds, drops at Neurolux on Friday, Oct. 18

The Not-So-Quiet American

Michael McFaul talks the arc of U.S.-Russia relations

So Near, Sofar

Local bands, intimate concerts and quirky venues mark the Sofar Sounds experience

When Bad People Make Good Movies

For 'The Current War', a troubled past doesn't eclipse its future

Homegrown Theatre presents 'The Horrific Puppet Affair'

Multiple dates and times, see online. $10-$35. 2417 Bank Dr. Boise

Bar Hopper: Ampersand

Small skyline, small skyline bar

The Epic Pass Comes to Sun Valley

The new pass opens slopes around the world to Sun Valley riders


Neurolux, Thursday, Oct. 17


The Knitting Factory, Saturday, Oct. 19

Orua: Experimental Sound From Brazil to Boise

Brazilian band Orua put its shows on hiatus and playing with Doug Martsch as Built to Spill

'The Invisible Class' Premiere

7 p.m. $10. The Flicks. 646 W. Fulton St., Boise

The Nampa Project

6 p.m. FREE. BluEye Gallery, 1230 First St. S., Nampa

LED Presents 'Ghost Notes'

Thursday-Saturday. Times vary. $20-40.1420 W Grove St. Boise

Social Justice Patches

Patches benefit social movements. $3.95, Flying M

Sleater-Kinney Makes Boise Stop on 'The Center Won't Hold' Tour

Boise was one of the first shows on Sleater-Kinney's international tour

Refugee Restaurant Week Adds a New Dimension to Boise's Food Scene

The week-long culinary expo, which runs until Sunday, Oct. 13, brings in chefs from around the world

Pomerelle Mountain Resort's A.W. 'Woody' Anderson Dead at 87

Anderson was a fixture on the slopes for decades and a longtime leader of resorts and ski organizations.

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