TournEes French Film Festival

TournEes French Film Festival

Jan. 18, 19, 25 and 26; Feb. 1 and 2

Jan. 18, 2018: What to Know

Trump corrects his Chief of Staff and doubles down on his border wall, a fatal accident in Parma, another big night for Boise State basketball and America's favorite Valentine's Day candies.

Innocent But Still Guilty

Inmates are sometimes offered freedom in exchange for pleading guilty to a crime they probably didn’t commit. It’s a bad deal.

Women in Public Policy Gather for "Policy Pub" at Pengilly's

The McClure Center has made it its mission to conduct policy-shaping research and communicate it to the public, and a bi-monthly speaker series dubbed Policy Pub is its latest endeavor.

Largesse of the Celeb Narrators: Big Names Read for New Denis Johnson Audiobook

It may or may not be a coincidence that Michael Shannon is on the list; one of the prolific character actor's first roles was in Jesus' Son, the 1999 film adaptation of Johnson's 1992 short story collection of the same name.

Jan. 17, 2018: What to Know

Big Olympic news from North and South Korea, a clean bill of health for President Trump, more pushback toward Woody Allen and why tea triggers the brain's cognitive skills.

Grains of Sand

A measured response of faith at the Idaho Statehouse for the 2018 session

The Nasty Business of Flu in Idaho

"The H3N2 influenza has been dominant in Idaho in past seasons, and the vaccine is a very good match for that particular strain."

Rep. Jarom Wagoner

On fatherhood, ethics and Brandon Hixon

Weaving With a Phantom Thread

Two viewpoints on one of the season's most talked-about films, starring Daniel Day-Lewis and directed by Paul Thomas Anderson.

Cinema's Most Stunning Monologue in One of the Award Season's Best Films

The best 15 minutes on film this year are in Call Me By Your Name

In Narratives, Samuel Paden Explores Sexuality, Politics and the Male Form

By overlapping images of nude male bodies and then partially obscuring them with colorful paint, Paden explores the male form, concealing and revealing it in equal measure.

Now a Franchise, The Gyro Shack Continues Its Founder's Mission

While a lot has changed—and will continue to change—with The Gyro Shack, a lot has stayed the same, too.

TournEes French Film Festival

Jan. 18, 19, 25 and 26; Feb. 1 and 2

Comedian Mike Birbiglia: The New One

Friday, Jan. 19, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m

Opera Idaho: Winterreise Project

Friday, Jan. 19: 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, Jan. 21: 2:30 p.m.

The Octopus Project

Wednesday, Jan. 24, The Olympic

Circuit des Yeux

Thursday, Jan. 25 at The Olympic

Say It Loud, Say It Proud: STRFKR Returns to Boise

STRFKR will perform in Boise at The Knitting Factory on Thursday, Jan. 25

Online Flu Trackers

Follow the bug

Make Mine Mourvedre

Mourvedre wines tend to be fairly high in alcohol, rich in ripe tannins and a bit awkward in their youth.

History and Activism at the Idaho Statehouse on MLK Day

In his speech, "I'm Still Dreaming," Francisco Salinas used the structure of King's original speech to say America is still in arrears for the promise of equality it made to all citizens in its founding documents.

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