No Lie: The 16th Annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Contest Is Open

No Lie: The 16th Annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Contest Is Open

Entries are due no later than Friday, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m.

Oct. 23, 2017: What to Know

A Gold Star widow counters Trump's recollection of a phone call, Bowe Bergdahl faces sentencing, early voting gets underway in the Treasure Valley and what exactly is dietary fiber?

Racist, Violent, Unpunished: A White Hate Group's Campaign of Menace

They train to fight. They post their beatings online. And so far, they have little reason to fear the authorities.

Food News: What's Cookin' in Boise, Eagle and Meridian

Boise is booming—and it has the sushi, taco, ice cream, soda, beer, pizza and coffee joints to prove it

No Lie: The 16th Annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 Contest Is Open

Entries are due no later than Friday, Nov. 24, at 3 p.m.

Oct. 20, 2017: What to Know

Bush and Obama rebuke the Trump era, vandals strike downtown Boise storefronts, the Dodgers will return to the World Series and Hawaii has a Spam theft problem.

Boise State Survey Reveals Concerns About Rapidly Growing Community, Opioid Use

"If you compare this to other communities, this is a really impressive number."

At The Fowler, a Family-owned Pizzeria Opens Its Doors

The Wylder will serve handcrafted, slow-batch pizza to the Central Addition neighborhood

Oct. 19, 2017: What to Know

The risks of luring Amazon to your hometown, Rep. Brandon Hixon is the subject of a criminal investigation, two Portland food carts erupt in flames and one of the worst Jeopardy fails in television history.

Mayor Bieter to Cut Ribbon at New Addiction Recovery Facility in Boise

“The opposite of addiction is connection to other human beings.”

Slideshow: Hawthorne Elementary Opens Native Plants Garden in Boise

The Idaho Native Plants Learning Landscape & Teaching Garden has been three years in the making

Oct. 18, 2017: What to Know

Two federal judges block Trump's latest travel ban, a fatal motorcycle accident near the Boise Airport, another Hollywood executive is dismissed over a sex scandal and an update on the Dodgers and the Yankees.

Boise Police Body Cams: How Footage is Changing Probes Into - and Outcomes of - Police Shootings

ACLU-Idaho Executive Director Leo Morales said he is mistrustful of police departments offering pre-packaged body camera footage.

Remembering Michael Casper

Michael Casper's mother has shed a lot of tears and struggled with what she said were "too many unanswered questions" surrounding the February 2015 shooting.

Hollywood Has to Rid Itself of More Predators

Tinseltown still has pervs to purge

Anne C. Richard

On refugees, the increased spread of misinformation and the tenuous state of the State Department

Monique Morris: Criminalization of Girls of Color in Schools

Not only is Morris an author (with titles including Too Beautiful for Words, Black Stats and Pushout), she's also a social justice scholar and co-founder of the National Black Women's Justice Institute, which promotes racial and gender equality.

Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction

Our readers enjoy the eye-catching images all year in print, and then each October we gather up works from the last twelve months and auction them off at a kick-ass Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction party.

Idaho Dance Theatre: All Embracing

Special guests include Open Arms Dance Project, a dance company that includes members from different generations.

Boise Contemporary Theater:Hand to God

A Texas boy tries to please his mother by joining her Christian Puppet Ministry

Y La Bamba

Oct. 20, The Olympic

Silversun Pickups

Oct. 24, Revolution Concert House

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