July 25, 2017: What to Know

Donald Trump gives himself a few merit badges, another big healthcare vote, a Boise Foothills rescue and Daniel Craig will be back as Bond.

July 24, 2017: What to Know

Jared Kushner's admission, a terrible motorcycle accident near Galena Summit, a hack attack on Apple and a youth triumph at the British Open

Has the Moment for Environmental Justice Been Lost?

Facing Trump’s proposals for cutting programs that help minorities and the poor, Democrats scramble to make up for missed opportunities to protect them.

Hotelier-in-Chief: Here Are the Trumps' New Hotels

Two brothers from the Mississippi Delta, who are working with President Trump’s sons on four new hotels, met the president through Gov. Phil Bryant. One of the brothers has been a campaign donor to Bryant since 2011.

Music on the Water Concert to Benefit Women's and Children's Alliance

Fun and games for attendees, Music on the Water also supports a cause.

July 21, 2017: What to Know

Lawerence Denney, the Idaho unemployment rate and Sean Spicer spins out (of the White House).

The Myth of Drug Expiration Dates

Hospitals and pharmacies are required to toss expired drugs, no matter how expensive or vital. Meanwhile the FDA has long known that many remain safe and potent for years longer.

The Early Bird Gets the (Cheap) Beer

Bittercreek offers sour brew lovers a discounted start on Funk Fest 2017

July 20, 2017: What to Know

The latest on John McCain, O.J. Simpson, Facebook and Christopher Nolan's distaste for Netflix.

Idaho Restaurants Win Worldwide Wine Spectator Awards

Wine Spectator, a world authority on wine, recognized eateries from Boise and beyond for possessing some of the world’s best wine collections: Bella Aquila, Candle in the Woods, Capitol Cellars, Chandlers Steakhouse, The Narrows, Fork Restaurant, Il Naso and Mai Thai Restaurant and Bar—

F-35s in Boise? 'We Don't Know What We Don't Know'

The city of Boise and a grassroots neighborhood group are in a dogfight over proposed mission

Idaho to One-And-Done Landlords During Eclipse: Don't Forget To Collect Taxes

"We really want to make sure people know what's required."

The House of Maud

Maudie is the story of one tiny artist with a heart as big as Canada

Isabella Boylston

American Ballet Theatre principal will bring world premiere back home to Sun Valley

Snake River Stampede

Celebrating its 102nd birthday, the Stampede is billed as the "wildest, fastest show on Earth."

Gem State Gaming Convention

Special guests include sculptor/illustrator Brittany Lindstrom, video game designer Eric Wile and Tucker Smedes, founder of the company CardLords.

Idaho Humane Society's 27th Annual Lawn Party

To ensure the party remains exclusive, the address will go out to ticket purchasers only.

New Belgium's Fat Tire Tour de Fat: Battle of the Bands

Boise's favorite excuse to drink a lot and ride a bike slowly, is heading back to town this August and is in search of the perfect musical act.

Alive After Five: Magic Giant

The group's newest album, In the Wind, was recorded inside a giant Redwood tree.

James McMurtry, Tuesday July 25 at Neurolux

The Boise stop is part of his "Up the East Slope, Down the Left Coast Tour."

Midsummer Nightmares

Idaho Horror Film Festival has a few summer thrills up its short sleeves

Vudu's 'Disc to Digital' Mobile App Feature

Movie buffs still have sprawling collections of discs that they're loath to give up

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