The Dead of Winter

The Dead of Winter

Investigation into Idaho inmate's death at private prison in Eagle Pass, Texas: "Medical response is where the problem lies."
"There were severe management errors. I think I may begin talking to attorneys for possible legal action regarding all of this."

St. Vincent de Paul Declares Record-High Boise Food Pantry Traffic a 'Food Crisis,' Blames Government Shutdown

February food stamps were issued early during the partial government shutdown, creating a so-called "SNAP Gap" that has challenged food-insecure Idahoans to budget their allotments. Many have turned to food pantries for help.

February 22, 2019: What to Know

The nation anxiously awaits the findings of the Mueller probe, Boise Rescue Mission says donations have plummeted, the estate of Michael Jackson is suing HBO and Southern California gets set for its first Coffee & Donut Festival.

Concordia to Host Boise Interfaith and LGBTQ Summit

Between 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., attendees will have access to a trio of panels aimed at sniffing out discrimination, building policy and balancing values.

Proposed Expansion of Boise's Smokefree Air Act Would Ban Vaping, E-Cigarettes Where Smoking Is Prohibited

Boise City Council Member Holli Woodings' proposal would ban vaping and e-cigarettes in places where smoking is currently banned, like Grove Plaza, Eighth Street, and within 20 feet of bus stops and schools.

February 21, 2019: What to Know

The Pope convenes a Vatican summit on sexual abuse, Boise unveils a new addition to its protected Foothills open space, the head of the FDA says the federal government may need to intervene to get more kids vaccinated, research reveals why zebras have stripes and a "brutally honest" Oscar ballot doesn't have much love for ROMA.

The Bash Music & Craft Beer Festival Will Hit Boise on it's Multi-State Debut Tour

The Bash is the latest iteration of a line of similar punk rock/beer festivals that have come to Boise in the last three years, including Scallywag! and Punk In Drublic.

Boise City Leaders to Solicit More Public Opinion on The Cabin, Library Campus Project

The public hearing will include presentations from city staff and a chance for the public to weigh in on the fate of The Cabin and plans to construct a new main branch library.

February 20, 2019: What to Know

The New York Times reports that the Trump administration has conducted a two-year campaign of "pressure and intimidation" against U.S. Justice Department investigations, wicked winter weather returns to the Treasure Valley, Procter & Gamble plans to open thousands of full-service laundromats across the U.S., and Canada is preparing for the world's first "slide-thru" Taco Bell.

The Dead of Winter

Investigation into Idaho inmate's death at private prison in Eagle Pass, Texas: "Medical response is where the problem lies."

Tensions Mount Over 'Vandal Alert,' Forced Leave of University of Idaho Professor

"No one from the upper administration has expressed any amount of remorse, apologized in any degree, or even held themselves accountable for their questionable actions."

Documentary Aired by Idaho Public Television Produced by Suspended U of I Prof

"The current situation between Denise Bennett and the University of Idaho administration has nothing to do with the content of her 2017 film."

Fellow Travelers: A Twofer Review of BCT's Lewiston and Clarkston

Both dramas by Sam Hunter run at Boise Contemporary Theater until Saturday, March 9

Burn Baby Burn: Why One Boise Bakery Burns Its Bread on Purpose

Charles and Alison Alpers spotted the trend on research trips to Salt Lake City; Denver; and Portland, Oregon—burnt-edged bread was in, and anemic loaves were out.

Way Ahead of the Curve: Previewing the 2019 Sun Valley Film Festival

This year's showcase includes some of the most talked-about titles of 2019

Meg Ryan, Aaron Paul Announced as Guests of 2019 Sun Valley Film Festival

Past honorees of the festival have included Gwyneth Paltrow, Clint Eastwood, Oliver Stone, Jodie Foster, Bruce Dern and Geena Davis.

Debi Lane

The LunchboxWax founder on speed waxing, her company's presence in Hollywood during Oscar season and that 'cheeky' name

Gem Center for the Arts Debuts '2417,' an 'Immersive Art Experience'

"Discover the mysterious, mind-blowing and outrageously wacky story of a corporation that opened up a whole new dimension of creativity... or rather, a whole bunch of dimensions."

With Food and Water Pollution, the 'Devil' is in the Details

The Treasure Valley Food Coalition will screen The Devil We Know, a documentary about the pollution of a West Virginia public water supply, on Tuesday, Feb. 26.

Meriwether's Third-Anniversary Celebration

Meriwether Cider Taproom, Tuesday, Feb. 26

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