Faiz Shakir

Faiz Shakir

"You've heard us say, 'See you in court.' Well, my job is to make sure that we also say, 'See you in the street. See you in the legislature. See you at the ballot box.'"
A conversation with the ACLU National Political Director.

While Shepherds Watch: A Look at Life Tending Idaho's Sheep

"You know when you get a Christmas card and you see the shepherds around the stables at Bethlehem? It's about the same."

Can a Nonprofit Culinary School in Sun Valley Help Boost Idaho's Restaurant Industry?

The Sun Valley Culinary Institute is set to open in spring of 2019.

Faiz Shakir

"You've heard us say, 'See you in court.' Well, my job is to make sure that we also say, 'See you in the street. See you in the legislature. See you at the ballot box.'"

The Favourite Unstitches the Costume Drama

The history of Queen Anne has been veiled and, at least compared to most other British monarchs, very little has been chronicled of the infamously shy, sick and disregarded woman.

Vox Lux: Fame and Misfortune

In spite of Natalie Portman's star power, the film hits a sour note

Santa Johnny

"My wish is for a more loving and peaceful world. I've seen many changes over the years, but Christmas still brings a bit of hope."

Slideshow: Dressing Windows for the Holidays

"I've done it so long that they just let me use my artistic creativity. I just show up at the window and do what my brush tells me to do."

Raven's Puppy Benefit Rock Show: 10 Bands for 10 Bucks

Saturday, Dec. 15, Woodland Empire Ale Craft

The Yule Invitational Group Art Show

Runs through Saturday, Dec. 29, at VAC

The Bishops' House Victorian Holiday Open Parlors

Through Sunday, Dec. 30, The Bishops' House

Skating Polly

The Funky Taco, Saturday, Dec. 15

13th-Annual Xtreme Holiday Xtravaganza

The Egyptian Theatre, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 16 and 17

Santa's Private Reserve and Yellow Snow Pilsner from Rogue Ales & Spirits

It's a fair bet you've decorated your house for Christmas—so why not move on to the fridge?

China Blue, Dirty Little Roddy's Closed For Construction Until Further Notice

"Bear with us during this period of construction. We hate it just as much as you do. We can't wait to see you all again, hopefully soon."

December 11, 2018: What to Know

Time reveals its 2018 Persons of the Year, the Boise Police need the public's help finding a missing woman, Los Angeles could get hit by a major hotel workers strike tomorrow, the Walt Disney Company hits a box office landmark and don't you dare eat that raw cookie dough.

Prominent Doctors Aren’t Disclosing Their Industry Ties in Medical Journal Studies. And Journals Are Doing Little to Enforce Their Rules

The dean of Yale’s medical school, the incoming president of a prominent cancer group and the head of a Texas cancer center are among leading medical figures who have not accurately disclosed their relationships with drug companies.

December 10, 2018: What to Know

Theresa May delays Brexit... again, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says Christmas trees are still a bargain in Idaho, Planned Parenthood scores a victory and the Critics Choice Award nominations are unveiled.

Neptune, Robots, Love: HomeGrown Theatre to Stage 'Horizon Three'

Georgia's onboard robot has fallen hard for her, and she’s about to meet Voxiable, an alien tinkerer fleeing a civil war on a faraway planet.

Reel Foods Fish Market Reopens on Vista Avenue

Reel Foods has announced it will officially reopen a fish market at its new location—1118 S. Vista Ave. in Boise—at 9 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8.

Learn How to 'Cry in Public' at this Boise Contemporary Theater Staged Reading

A Guide to Crying in Public by Ben Chappell questions the sometimes-destructive power of social media.

Check out the 2018 Record, Song and Album of the Year Grammy Nominees

Six out of eight nominees for 2018 Best New Artist of the Year are women.

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