<i>Son of a Son of a Sailor</i> Jimmy Buffett Will Return to Boise; Tickets Go on Sale Monday

Son of a Son of a Sailor Jimmy Buffett Will Return to Boise; Tickets Go on Sale Monday

'We are so excited to bring this legend to our stage once again for a memorable night."

Do You Have the Glaze? Guru Donuts Throws Donut Flavor Contest

The winner will receive a Guru gift basket, and sales proceeds will go to the winner's nonprofit of choice.

BW's Fiction 101 Deadline Fast Approaches

Show us you can write your way out of a paper bag before Monday, Nov. 19.

Son of a Son of a Sailor Jimmy Buffett Will Return to Boise; Tickets Go on Sale Monday

'We are so excited to bring this legend to our stage once again for a memorable night."

November 13, 2018: What to Know

Arizona finally has a winner in its U.S. Senate race (unlike Florida and Georgia), the American Heart Association is out with new cholesterol guidelines, the infamous "thru-turn" will be unveiled tonight on State Street and take a look at the teaser trailer for Toy Story 4.

Tickets to See Trevor Noah in Boise Go on Sale This Friday

As part of his so-called "Loud & Clear" tour, Noah will perform at CenturyLink Arena on Saturday, March 2, 2019.

Album Review: Hebert Island, William Clark Green

William Clark Green will play Neurolux in downtown Boise on Thursday, Nov. 15, at 8:30 PM.

Mike Kaplan Celebrates Love for Film with Rare, Foreign Movie Posters in Gotta Dance, Too

"I remember the excitement of the hunt for the acquisition, the exhilaration in discovering a knockout design [and] the surprise in learning an unexpected aspect of movie history."

November 12, 2018: What to Know

Another publication goes behind a paywall, Boise State honors veterans as its football team returns to Top 25 polls, Won't You Be My Neighbor? wins a documentary prize and the People's Choice Awards are doled out.

Veterans Day 2018: Honoring Those Who Served and Renewing Hopes for Peace

While most schools will be open Monday, federal and state offices will be closed on Nov. 12 to honor veterans. Most city and county offices will also be closed. Post offices will be closed and there will be no regular mail delivery.

Election Day Was Filled With Frustrations, Claims of Mischief and Glimmers of Hope

Some states had ballot measures aimed at making it easier to vote or designed to take some of the politics out of how electoral districts are drawn up.

Lock Up Your Husbands: Comedian Vicki Barbolak is Coming to The Balcony

Meet the funniest mom in America on Wednesday, Nov. 14, at The Balcony Club.

New Boise Social Club to Combine Axe Throwing, Ping Pong, Cocktails and More

Dubbed Base Camp Pong + Axe, the club will open in the former home of The Tailgate bar and grill as early as January 2019.

November 9, 2018: What to Know

CWI mulls a recount, Boise State takes on nationally ranked Fresno State tonight, a Dutch citizen is going to court to have his age lowered by 20 years, the Mouse House has a good financial quarter and King Kong lays a big egg on Broadway.

Boise Poetry Fans: Mark Your Calendars With These Two Reading Events

Ghosts & Projectors and Sema will mix Boise poets with and national names.

The Lion King Claws its Way to New Records at The Morrison Center

"The positive impact of the show on our community extends well beyond the stage."

LED Announces Move to Former Alloway Electric Space in Boise's Linen District

LED could begin performing out of its new space in the former downtown location of Alloway Electric in early 2019.

City of Boise Launches Suit Against Big Pharma Over Opioid Crisis

“Our children are dying from an epidemic that started in our own medicine cabinets. It’s time to fight back in every way possible.”

UPDATE: Suspect Charged With Attempted Murder Following Stabbing in Southeast Boise Neighborhood

Both the victim and alleged suspect were transported to a local hospital.

November 8, 2018: What to Know

America is jarred awake by another mass-shooting incident, Middleton elementary teachers will return to the classroom after a controversial Halloween stunt, Ruth Bader Ginsburg takes a bad fall, get ready for the era of the "foldable" phone, and King Kong muscles his way to Broadway.

Aging Machines, Crowds, Humidity: Problems at the Polls Were Mundane but Widespread

Instead of fireworks from voter intimidation or cyberattacks, Americans grappled with the mundane frustrations of using dated equipment to vote in huge numbers.

November 7, 2018: What to Know

The winners and losers from the midterms, Bill Gates wants to build a better toilet, a massive spending spree at Harrods goes off the rails, Alec Baldwin gets more bad news, and "single-use" is the word of the year.

A Knitting Factory-Sized Hole

How Boise music venues are accommodating music acts after a devastating fire

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