(50) Movies of Summer

(50) Movies of Summer

Dunkirk, The Big Sick, Okja, Detroit, Hell on Earth, Maudie, The Trip to Spain, Baby Driver, Ingrid Goes West and Atomic Blonde (and that's just my top ten).
I triple-dog-dare you to see them all
Trump's Immigration Pick Attacked Obama Programs in Ghost-Written Senate Letters

Trump's Immigration Pick Attacked Obama Programs in Ghost-Written Senate Letters

If letters written by Lee Francis Cissna, the president’s nominee to head U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, are any guide, he’s poised to dismantle Obama-era policies like a humanitarian program for Central American children.
Alive After Five 'Comes Full Circle,' Announces June Music Acts in Revamped Boise Grove

Alive After Five 'Comes Full Circle,' Announces June Music Acts in Revamped Boise Grove

After a season in the Basque Block, Alive After Five is returning to the Grove.
Snake River Alliance Reboots 'Solarize the Valley' Program

Snake River Alliance Reboots 'Solarize the Valley' Program

"The best paybacks are for people who use the most electricity."

Memorial Day 2017: What to Know

War and remembrance this Memorial Day.

Trump's Immigration Pick Attacked Obama Programs in Ghost-Written Senate Letters

If letters written by Lee Francis Cissna, the president’s nominee to head U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, are any guide, he’s poised to dismantle Obama-era policies like a humanitarian program for Central American children.

May 28, 2017: What to Know

British Airways has its wings clipped, an escape at the Idaho Juvenile Correction facility, a hit-and-run in North Boise, a major upset at the French Open and gentlemen (and lady), start your engines.

May 27, 2016: What to Know

The probe into possible ties between Russia and President Donald Trum focuses on his son-in-law, Ada County property assessments are in the mail, Chipotle gets hacked and good news for the Pirates of the Caribbean franchise.

As It Seeks to Slash EPA Science Office, Trump Administration Insists It Isn't Anti-Science

The Office of Research and Development has been at frontlines of virtually every environmental crisis. Trump wants to cut its funding in half

May 26, 2017: What to Know

Trump arrives at the G-7 summit, a big congressional election in Montana, the unofficial start of summer, the French Open reveals its top seeds and a "devastating"" lack of LGBTQ characters in top Hollywood films.

Three Strategies to Defend the GOP Health Bill: Euphemisms, False Statements and Deleted Comments

Since the passage of the American Health Care Act, Republican members of Congress have tried to swing public opinion to their side. ProPublica has been tracking what they’re saying.

May 25, 2017: What to Know

Leaked photos of the Manchester bombing aftermath, a messy Montana political contest gets violent, Labrador announces his campaign kickoff events and celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Force.

Alive After Five 'Comes Full Circle,' Announces June Music Acts in Revamped Boise Grove

After a season in the Basque Block, Alive After Five is returning to the Grove.

May 24, 2017: What to Know

More arrests in connection with the Manchester bombing, Trump meets the Pope, a major recall of child car seats, and Tom Cruise has another need for speed.

Snake River Alliance Reboots 'Solarize the Valley' Program

"The best paybacks are for people who use the most electricity."

Here Comes the Sun... No, Really

"The news is good: La Niña is gone in Pacific Ocean tropics. Ocean temperatures have returned to normal, and that usually means warmer, drier weather ahead."

Oculus Shift

Idaho designers who want to make video games and virtual reality tech may face some high hurdles

Activate: Connecting People to Passions

"We had a march for science in Boise, a tax march, a public lands march and, of course, the Women's March. I think individuals are a bit exhausted with the nonstop atrocious actions from President Trump, but I don't think things are calming down at all,"

Indifference Is Creepier

The Shins' frontman James Mercer on new album Heartworms and trying to relate

(50) Movies of Summer

Dunkirk, The Big Sick, Okja, Detroit, Hell on Earth, Maudie, The Trip to Spain, Baby Driver, Ingrid Goes West and Atomic Blonde (and that's just my top ten).

Idaho Shakespeare Festival's Producing Artistic Director Charles Fee

"It's a bit like building a really good dinner party. In that sense, you're looking for a whole variety of tastes and flavors."

The 5 Browns

The first quintet of siblings to ever be accepted simultaneously to Juilliard, the Browns have garnered attention everywhere from People Magazine to Oprah and Billboard.

Gretchen Jude: Exploring the Past Through Soundscape Composition and Improvisation

Idaho-born, Honolulu-based artist-in-residence at Surel's Place Gretchen Jude specializes in creating "sound maps"—audio recordings of places, people and things that transcend typical experience.

Anime Oasis, May 26-29, The Grove Hotel

The 2017 AO Cosplay Challenge will divvy out $2,000 in cash prizes, and if that's not enough, grab a partner and join the Battle Cosplay event or show off that sculpted beach bod at the swimsuit contest.

Sun Valley Wellness Festival

The four-day festival—now in its 20th year—is packed with lectures, workshops, music, film, plus morning sessions of meditation, resistance flexibility vinyasa, quigong and a sunrise hike.

Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, May 25, Taco Bell Arena

Hill and McGraw will be joined by Joseph, a trio of Northwest sisters that headlines the Concert for Kids May 24 at The Knitting Factory.

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