November 19, 2018: What to Know

November 19, 2018: What to Know

An early morning explosion in Garden City, climate change threatens the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Keurig says it now has a device to mix alcoholic beverages, Amazon Prime members will get to see Aquaman before most attendees and the Motion Picture Academy hands out its Governors Awards.

November 19, 2018: What to Know

An early morning explosion in Garden City, climate change threatens the Norfolk Naval Shipyard, Keurig says it now has a device to mix alcoholic beverages, Amazon Prime members will get to see Aquaman before most attendees and the Motion Picture Academy hands out its Governors Awards.

Boise State Track Phenom Allie Ostrander Takes Sixth at NCAA Championships

The Bronco women's track team tied its best-ever record. Bronco men finish 10th.

Analysis: Idaho Jobless Rate May Be Impressive But Wages Remain Stagnant

"We're seeing Idaho get left behind. Wages across the country have risen by more than 21 percent since 1977 while Idaho wages have barely moved."

UPDATE: One Killed, Three Injured in Blast at US Ecology Hazardous Waste Facility in Owyhee County

"This is a tragedy that has been felt through the entire US Ecology family and the darkest day in US Ecology's 55-year-history."

Trump Administration Plots Costly Private-Care Expansion for Veterans

The plan sets up a clash with Democrats, who say the administration is thwarting congressional intent and will starve the VA health system to pay for private care.

Man Yelling Obscenities at Students Triggers 'Shelter in Place' at Boise High, Arrest of Suspect

42-year-old James Van Camp of Boise was charged with disturbing the peace. He was also charged with contempt of court in connection with a previous incident.

Someone Else's Local: Imported Beers Star at City Center Wines Tasting

"If you go into a Fred Meyer, Safeway, the imports have been pushed out. That's just how it is."

November 16, 2018: What to Know

Bi-coastal mayhem: as the East gets battered by snow, the number of people missing in fire-ravaged California skyrockets, Albertsons customers donate thousands of turkey dinners to the Idaho Food Bank, a judge rules in favor of CNN's Jim Acosta and your genes may have something to do with whether you drink coffee or tea.

Sun Valley Hotels Are Luring Boise Visitors With Gas Vouchers, Special Packages

Perks include Idaho resident-only packages, gas compensation and dog-friendly deals.

Here's How to Put the 'Giving' in Thanksgiving This Season in Boise

Here are four ways to give your time or money this season that will do tremendous good in the Boise community.

Crazy Eight: Treefort Announces First Round of 2019 Festival Acts

The announcement contains 71 music acts and new details about other forts across the festival.

November 15, 2018: What to Know

The Florida recount is supposed to wrap up today but poll workers say they're far from being finished, the public gets another chance to weigh in on a bike skills park for Military Reserve, a Wisconsin firm is gifting its employees with handguns this Christmas, and Disney releases its first full trailer for a live-action Dumbo.

November 14, 2018: What to Know

Melania Trump wants a confidante of her husband fired, Idaho construction workers discovered explosives beneath a bridge on Idaho State Highway 45, The Atlantic has a fascinating report on what it calls the "sex recession" and the Today Show's ratings have actually gone up since Megyn Kelly left.

Boise Weekly's 2018 Holiday Gift Guide

We've split the gifts into five categories: The Adventurer, The Idahomebody, The Culture Junkie, The Family Plan and The Friend Who Has Everything (for—well, you get it).

Stage Struck: How Idaho Shakespeare Continues to Raise the Bar

ISF will follow 2018's record-breaking season with Witness for the Prosecution, Taming of the Shrew, The Music Man, Julius Caesar and Million Dollar Quartet.

Diana Lachiondo

"I truly believe the race was about competency, about leadership, and not about partisan politics."

The Song Heard 'Round the World: The African Children's Choir Returns to Idaho

The choir will the kids will perform at Grace Lutheran Church in Caldwell on Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 7 p.m.

The Potterverse Strikes Back: Boise Harry Potter Fans Gear Up for Fantastic Beasts

In the lead-up to the release of the newest movie in the Harry Potter universe—volume two in the 1920s spinoff Fantastic Beasts series, dubbed The Crimes of Grindelwald and starring Eddie Redmayne, Johnny Depp and Jude Law—events for Potterheads have been popping up all over Boise.

Carey Mulligan is Untamed in Wildlife

"A role that is so rich, so detailed, so complex, so truthful."

Boy Erased: Star Power of Crowe and Kidman Takes on Conversion Therapy

It's estimated that 700,000 U.S. adults have received conversion therapy, more than half of them during adolescence.

Artist Neighbors Join Forces for Third-Annual Mobley Art Crawl

This year, the annual Mobley Art Crawl will include six artists, who will open their home studios to the public Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16 and 17.

Boise Holiday Parade

Downtown Boise, Saturday, Nov. 17

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