Garden City Zero-Waste Market to Premier a New, Old World Way to Shop

Garden City Zero-Waste Market to Premier a New, Old World Way to Shop

Roots Zero Waste Market and cafe will sell bulk dried goods, produce and beauty supplies to customers without single-use plastics.

The Sturiale Place Hires New Chef, Reopens in Boise's North End

Chef Shawn Redfield of Portland, Oregon, joined the Sturiale Place team last month, and the family owned spot will open for Thursday and Friday lunch service starting Thursday, May 24.

Bogus Basin Gears Up for Summer Opening on Memorial Day Weekend

Bogus Basin is rolling out its summer recreation services, a new barbecue smokehouse and music activities starting Memorial Day weekend.

May 23, 2018: What to Know

The CDC gives the all clear for romaine lettuce, a Boise juvenile is charged with a felony after allegedly making threats against his school, mourning the deaths of Philip Roth and Clint Walker, and the Disney Company is holding its breath for the new Star Wars spin-off.

Garden City Zero-Waste Market to Premier a New, Old World Way to Shop

Roots Zero Waste Market and cafe will sell bulk dried goods, produce and beauty supplies to customers without single-use plastics.

A Day at the Markets: How Boise Farmers Market and Capital City Public Market Coexist

The division of Capital City Public Market into two factions in 2013 caused an identity schism, spurring both markets to define themselves and emphasize their differences. Now, representatives from each market say they aren't just surviving, but thriving.

How to Talk to Girls at Parties: A Punk-Era Brexit

Nicole Kidman chews so much scenery that she should swear off fiber for life

Andrew May and Kathleen Pirkl Tague

Taking the adage "break a leg" a bit too seriously with the co-stars of Misery

Justin W. John: Simulacrum

At UpCycle Studio through Saturday, June 30

Anime Oasis EX

The Grove Hotel, Friday-Monday, May 25-28

Ray LaMontagne

Memorial Stadium, May 28

Memorial Day Ceremony

Idaho State Veterans Cemetery, Monday, May 28

Pears

The Visual Arts Collective, May 26

Third Annual Urban Cultural Show

Playhouse Boise, Saturday, March 26

Hemp, Hemp Hooray

All of the brews this week have a hemp connection.

Treasure Valley Skate Set to Open in Former Boise Location of 20th Century Lanes

If all goes as planed, Treasure Valley Skate should have a grand opening on Thursday, May 31. In the meantime, the rink's website says they're hiring cashiers, floor guards (think of them as lifeguards for roller rinks) and DJ's.

May 22, 2018: What to Know

The Supreme Court makes it harder for employees to sue employers, Russ Fulcher is hospitalized following a bad motorcycle accident, police say "click it or risk it," and Serena Williams could use a little more "amour" at the French Open.

Gird Your Funny Bones: Boise's Funniest Person Returns

Auditions will take place Saturday, June 16, from 2-6 p.m.; Monday, June 18, from 6-9 p.m.; and Tuesday, June 19, from 4-7 p.m.

New Grant Program Throws Lifeline to Flood-Stricken Idaho Communiites

The Idaho Department of Water Resources Board will accept applications through Friday, June 15, and will award grants on Friday, July 27.

May 21, 2018: What to Know

'Laze' threatens the residents of Hawaii's big island, a report of a drowning in a Caldwell canal, Starbucks makes a major policy shift, the Royal Family updates its website and Tina Fey gets by with a little help from her star-studded friends.

How a Typical Government Leak Turned Into a Three-Way War Between Comey, McCabe and Trump

Two former allies, James Comey and Andrew McCabe, have offered contradictory accounts of the orchestrated FBI leak that spawned a critical investigation. That means one of them has to be lying – as President Trump is happy to tweet to the world.

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