Christiana Perrault, Camille Robinson and Hannah-Jo Weisberg

Christiana Perrault, Camille Robinson and Hannah-Jo Weisberg

"When I look out on the audience and see a number of young girls, all I can think of is when I was their age, hoping to do exactly what I'm doing right now."
The ladies of Beehive talk about all those songs and all that hair

September 18, 2018: What to Know

Dr. Christine Ford's high school friends come to her defense, a benefit concert is scheduled to assist employees of the Knitting Factory, Germany's "sushi man" has been banned by a Bavarian buffet, and check out the new Mary Poppins Returns trailer.

Lemon Tree to Host Vegan/Vegetarian 'Tuesday Takeover' Dinner

The dinner crowd at Lemon Tree is 80 percent vegan or vegetarian, and on Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 5-8 p.m., the sandwich shop will thank them with a special plant-based event.

September 17, 2018: What to Know

Kavanaugh's accuser comes forward, the Treasure Valley eases into fall, the Broncos take a tumble in the polls, Green Book is the "people's choice" at TIFF and the television industry prepares for its biggest night.

TIFF 2018: Coveted People's Choice Prize Awarded to Green Book

Previous People's Choice winners have included Chariots of Fire, The Princess Bride, Slumdog Millionaire and Silver Linings Playbook.

Schnitzel Garten to Host Sixth-Annual Oktoberfest in Eagle

Schntizel Garten's Oktoberfest is slated to run Saturday, Sept. 22-Sunday, Oct. 7, from noon to close every day but Mondays.

Grove Street Businesses Reopen After Knitting Factory Fire

Bonefish Grill; Ha'Penny Bridge Irish Pub; and Happy Fish Sushi and Martini Bar are all open for business.

TIFF 2018: Driving Dr. Shirley

Suffice to say, I am unabashedly recommending Green Book to anyone who has wants to see one of the best films of the year. It checks all the boxes.

Rise Against Brings Political Album WOLVES to Garden City, with AFI and Anti-Flag

Rise Against, AFI, and Anti-Flag will play Revolution Concert House on Monday, Sept. 17.

September 14, 2018: What to Know

Gas explosions rock Massachusetts, grizzly bears get a two-week reprieve from big game hunting in Idaho and Wyoming, sexual misconduct allegations surface against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Albertsons has a new CEO.

TIFF 2018: The Man Who Would Be President

The film's promotional poster and trailer might have you believing that The Front Runner is a black comedy. Don't believe it. There's nothing funny here—but it is quite dark.

TIFF 2018: Alfonso Cuaron's Triumph, in Glorious Black and White

The Oscar-winning director immerses us in joy and tragedy, big and small, with equal aplomb. To that end, his story's gentility is masterful.

Art About Forever: 'Holding What Can't Be Held' Grapples With Nuclear Waste at Ming Studios

"I'm trying to create a culture around this substance that's always going to be there."

September 13, 2018: What to Know

The fire at the Knitting Factory proves accidental, six are dead following a California mass shooting, Valley Regional Transit asks for public input on changes to bus service and Mayor Dave Bieter lays out ambitious goals for housing and clean energy.

Knitting Factory's Lizzo Performance Moves to Revolution Concert House After Fire

The Lizzo concert scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 13, has been moved from The Knitting Factory to Revolution Concert House due to a fire.

Join Us for the Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction, 2018 Edition!

This year's Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction will take place at the Visual Arts Collective in Garden City on Wednesday, Oct. 17, from 5-9 p.m.

TIFF 2018: One Giant Leap

"This is a big honor, and a bigger responsibility to get this right."

Slideshow: Idaho Humane Society Granted Custody of 77 Cats Rescued from Hoarder

On Sept. 11, a judge granted IHS full custody of the 77 cats already in its care, citing a bond forfeiture on the part of the defendant.

TIFF 2018: Redford Steals One More Look

"Well, if you look at the whole journey, and all of those films...well you can just judge for yourself. I just had a lot of fun doing them all."

TIFF 2018: On Her Comrade's Secret Service

Red Joan is inspired by the true story of Melita Norwood, known as the "granny spy."

September 12, 2018: What to Know

A fire at the Knitting Factory, say goodbye to the Missoula Independent, Hurricane Florence is set to batter the East Coast and the Catholic Church in New York is under investigation.

Camping Out in the Courts

All eyes are on the fate of Boise's anti-camping ordinances

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