Boise Rescue Mission Will Host Outdoor Sleepover, Dubbed 'Sleepless in the Valley,' This Summer

Boise Rescue Mission Will Host Outdoor Sleepover, Dubbed 'Sleepless in the Valley,' This Summer

Participants will be given a cot and offered some cardboard if they want to build a makeshift shelter to sleep under.

Boise Rescue Mission Will Host Outdoor Sleepover, Dubbed 'Sleepless in the Valley,' This Summer

Participants will be given a cot and offered some cardboard if they want to build a makeshift shelter to sleep under.

The Ship Sails: Boise's First Affordable Shipping Container Development Begins Accepting Applications

On Monday, April 22, LEAP began accepting applications to live in Windy Court, the city's first housing development featuring shipping containers as construction material.

Boise Cops and More Will Wear Jeans for 'Denim Day' Wednesday, April 24

On Denim Day, which this year marks its 20th anniversary, supporters wear jeans as a statement against victim-blaming.

April 22, 2019: What to Know

The Easter Sunday bombings in Sri Lanka are linked to terrorists, sheep head back to graze the Boise Foothills, Greece wants WWII reparations, the Easter box office was a dud and a Wisconsin superfan sat through Captain Marvel 116 times.

The Human Condition Is Dying: Boise Artist Sue Latta Explores Love and Decay

“I’m all about the magic. If there’s magic in art, I love it. And I try to make magic as much as I can."

Hot Fat Donuts Makes its Off-Campus Food Truck Debut in Boise

The truck will pop up at Bella Brewing in Garden City on Saturday, April 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Ticket Sales Open for Boise's 'Capitol Table' Fine Dining Event

The DBA's swanky al fresco dining event is slated for Sunday, Sept. 8, this year.

April 19, 2019: What to Know

Americans continue to pore through the Mueller report, Boise gets a spectacular weather forecast, the U.S. is declared a "problematic" place for journalists, Tina Fey says she's glad she's not on SNL anymore and Sesame Street gets a well-deserved Peabody award.

One Ingredient Short: Boise Hempfest Chef to Demonstrate Cooking With(out) Cannabis

Chef Sebastian Carosi calls himself "a short-order cannabis revolutionary."

Making a Splash: PETA Bathes in Downtown Boise for Earth Day

"Facts and figures aren't enough to get the message across. We're always looking for new and creative ways to get people's attention."

State of Downtown Boise Speakers Zero In on the City's Culinary Scene

"We have a ton of momentum right now and that makes for very exciting but very precarious times."

April 18, 2019: What to Know

The U.S. Justice Department releases a redacted edition of Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, Lime may put a device on its e-scooters that can tell if users are too drunk to ride them, the Idaho State Board of Education announces tuition hikes at all of its four-year public universities, and Jeopardy! Host Alex Trebek has a special message.

Beer+Friends Festival to Close Out Idaho Craft Beer Month

On Saturday, April 27, a bus will run from the Riverside Hotel in Garden City to Mother Earth Brew Co. in Nampa to bring Boiseans to the festival.

Are You Going to the 2019 Boise Ice Cream Festival?

The 2019 Boise Ice Cream Festival will run Tuesday, May 28, through Sunday, June 2. The event's Facebook page shows 20,000 people are already interested in attending.

Adults Join the Easter Fun and Hunt Glass Eggs Across Downtown Boise

The hunt started April 15 and runs daily through Saturday, April 20. Clues to the eggs' whereabouts go up on the event Facebook page every day at 1 p.m.

Amico Gino Brings Pop-up Bocce Ball to Boise

Amico Gino will now offer bocce ball in addition to wine tastings and Italian language lessons for private parties, company events and more.

April 17, 2019: What to Know

Denver shuts down its schools as a manhunt for a would-be shooter intensifies, Boiseans weigh in on more public transportation options, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle don't want a paparazzi frenzy when their newborn arrives, Beyonce releases an unexpected album and what's your favorite Easter candy?

Heaven Help Us: In Search of Our Common History of Faith Traditions

"Our unique customs and traditions and differences are beautiful. But we do have to remember that they come out of a shared humanity."

Out to Pasture: 'We Love Telling Our Story'

The McIntyre clan prepares for another season on the farm

Hopping to Table: BW's Guide to Eating Out for Easter

While popular spots like Petite 4 and Cottonwood Grille are already sold out, there are still plenty of seats available in top-notch dining rooms across Boise.

The Unsolved Mystery of Amazing Grace

Why did the film remain in a vault for nearly five decades?

Jennifer Egan: Author, First Amendment Warrior, Time Lord

The author of 'Manhattan Beach' talks about suing Donald Trump, 'fake news' and reading Proust for years

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