Hackfort: Decoding Treefort's Tech Branch

Hackfort: Decoding Treefort's Tech Branch

In 2019, Hackfort still believes in people.

March 18, 2019: What to Know

A deadly shooting puts the Netherlands on alert, a home explosion in McCall kills one and injures another, Southwest begins service to Hawaii, Bollywood is remaking Forrest Gump and Trump threatens a federal investigation into SNL.

Sockeye Brewing to Relocate From Cole Road Location in Boise

Sockeye will throw a closing celebration on Saturday, March 30, and is already soliciting public input on where it will relocate.

Slideshow: At Youth Climate Strike in Boise, Students Call for Action

"Sometimes you have to be radical and loud to have your voice heard."

SVFF 2019: Showcasing the Best and Brightest (Present and Future) Filmmakers

Oscar-winning filmmakers share the spotlight with the next generation of extraordinary storytellers.

SVFF 2019: My Morning With Chelsea (Yes, She's Amazing)

BW's George Prentice sat down with comedian Chelsea Handler in Sun Valley. Keep an eye out for the conversation in next week's Boise Weekly.

March 15, 2019: What to Know

A mass shooting leaves 49 dead in New Zealand, Boeing 737 Max airliners are still grounded and kids across the globe are walking out of school today as part of an international Youth Climate Strike.

David Grann, 'Killers of the Flower Moon' Author, Talks Late Justice at Egyptian Theatre

Grann is also the author of The Lost City of Z and "The Old Man and the Gun."

Opera Idaho Announces 47th Season Lineup

Upcoming productions include Manon, Acis & Galatea, La boheme and Dead Man Walking.

March 14, 2019: What to Know

Boise could commit to transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy by 2040, Beto O'Rourke is running for president, and the families of victims of the massacre at Sandy Hook have found a novel way around legal protections for gun manufacturers.

Meet the High School Students Behind Boise's Youth Climate Strike

The Youth Climate Strike takes place in Boise on the steps of the Idaho Statehouse.

Film Rights to All The Light We Cannot See Bought for Possible Netflix Series

Boise author Anthony Doerr's All The Light We Cannot See is among the most celebrated works by an Idaho writer.

Gender Reveal Party Planned for Zoo Boise's Newborn Anteater

The party starts at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 16.

Idaho State Board of Education Announces Finalists in Second Search for New Boise State President

The five candidates—three men and two women—all work at universities outside of the Gem State.

Idaho State Board of Education Announces Finalists In Search for New U of I President

In the coming week, the five finalists will stop by U of I's Moscow campus and its Boise outpost.

March 13, 2019: What to Know

Dozens of parents are charged in the nation's biggest college admission scam, the Boise State women's basketball team is one win away from a conference championship, California puts an end to executions and don't mess with the chickens at France's Gros-Chene farm.

Storming the Forts: BW Music Guru Ben Schultz's Treefort Hit List

The joy of the festival lies partly in happy accidents and discoveries.

Treefort Co-founder Megan Stoll

"We're trying to reinvest back into our community, be economically sustainable, and give a damn about our planet."

Boise Weekly's (Unofficial) Treefort Music Fest 2019 Survival Guide

Do you Treefort? We have Q&As, Treefort bingo, tips for getting around and more

Storyfort: The One and Only

Reema Zaman's "shared memoir," I Am Yours, will be the topic of her talk at Storyfort

Storyfort: The Next Chapter

The Human Library will turn people into books during Storyfort

Yogafort: Aligning With the 'Heart Chakra' of Treefort

Yogafort organizers debunk common myths about Boise's good-vibes-only yoga festival.

Hackfort: Decoding Treefort's Tech Branch

In 2019, Hackfort still believes in people.

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