Steve Miller's Half-Century as 'The Joker,' 'Space Cowboy' and the 'Gangster of Love'

Steve Miller's Half-Century as 'The Joker,' 'Space Cowboy' and the 'Gangster of Love'

"It’s not something you’d expect, that the music would be that popular for so long. It’s amazing to still have all those characters.”

August 21, 2018: What to Know

A Facebook event promotes a novel (and maybe dangerous) way of dispelling smoke, Pope Francis speaks out against child sex abuse cover-ups, Barack Obama releases his summer reading list and the Boise City Council will hold a public hearing on dockless bike-shares.

HomeGrown Theatre's Sing to Me Now Invokes a Muse—Then Tests Her

Funny, sad and poignant, Sing to Me Now is essential viewing from an up-and-coming playwright and one of Boise's most cherished small theaters.

Still Deep-fried, Still Delicious: What to Eat at the 2018 Western Idaho Fair

Check out our slideshow for a look at some of this year's tastiest dishes.

August 20, 2018: What to Know

The jury is still out on Paul Manafort, Boise gets a Red Flag Warning, families in North and South Korea temporarily reunite after decades and one Motorworks Brewing is living up to its name by making sour beer in the trunk of a car.

Listen Here: Bad Bad Hats

Bad Bad Hats will perform with Cumulus, and Cmmnwlth, on Friday, Aug. 24, at The Olympic.

Steve Miller's Half-Century as 'The Joker,' 'Space Cowboy' and the 'Gangster of Love'

"It’s not something you’d expect, that the music would be that popular for so long. It’s amazing to still have all those characters.”

Slideshow: Boise's Natatorium Pool Will Again Host 'See Spot Splash' on Monday

So that every pooch gets some pool time, there will be separate one-hour sessions, beginning at 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. The maximum capacity is 60 dogs per hour.

Man Turns Gun on Himself After Boise Police Respond to Report of Shots Fired

Ada County Paramedics, who had been been staged nearby, rushed to the scene of the shooting and transported the man to a local hospital with life-threatening injuries.

Another Fatality in Idaho's 'Deadliest Days'

Idaho State Police said the driver and a passenger were wearing seatbelts; but a third passenger was not wearing a seatbelt and was thrown from the vehicle. The third passenger died at the scene

August 17, 2018: What to Know

A Red Flag Warning for much of southern Idaho, a gleeful announcement at NYU Medical School, the Western Idaho Fair opens and the reviews are mixed for the musical version of Pretty Woman.

Slideshow: Maureen O'Hara's Treasured Items Are For Sale at Boise's Ricochet Home Consignment This Weekend

Among the items for sale will be vintage decor, dishes, dolls, perfumes and an assortment of vintage clothing, purses, hats and shoes. O'Hara's grandson will attend Friday night's celebration of what would have been his grandmother's 98th birthday on Friday evening.

Revitalize Juice Bar Opens Downtown Boise Location in Old Jenny's Lunch Line Space

Revitalize offers more than a dozen flavors of juice pressed daily, including seasonal sips like the Rockstar (watermelon, pineapple, lime and basil) and the Trippy Hippy (kiwi, strawberry, orange, apple, ginger and mint).

August 16, 2018: What to Know

The Queen of Soul dies at her Detroit home, President Trump revokes the security clearance of a former CIA director, an historic home will roll away from St. Luke's tonight, the Idaho State Board of Ed will take up pregame alcohol sales at Boise State again and YouTube pulls an ad for a new film.

Get Lyrical at The Cabin's 'Song: Writers in the Attic' Launch Party

"I think it was a great theme. ... 'Song' is fun in that it can go any which way."

Trailhead Ice Offers Wilderness-Inspired Italian Ice Challenge to Benefit Idaho Trails Association

The flavors for the $5 challenge include Bitter Pine Bark, Extreme Sour Wildberry and Desert Heat Ghost Pepper.

Army Partners With Boise-Based US Ecology on Vet Jobs Program

The deal allows Army enlistees to get job training and qualify for positions at US Ecology after being discharged, or following their military training.

Meridian Citizens Will Soon Be Able to Register for a Plastics Recycling Program... At Least, 1,500 Households Will

Interested Meridian households will be able to register online begin Monday, Aug. 27, at noon, to participate in the program at no additional cost.

August 15, 2018: What to Know

A major sexual abuse scandal rocks the Roman Catholic Church in Pennsylvania, an Eagle man is jailed after driving the body of a deceased woman to a local fire station, Tesla's board of directors has a problem with its CEO and the hosts of the upcoming Emmy Awards say award shows really aren't that big of a deal.

Making the Grade: Revised K-12 Science Standards Are the New Normal in Idaho Schools

"But we're going to need field trip money, supplies, equipment and access to consumable materials."

Rebecca Severson and Dr. Gale Zickefoose

The past is prologue, and for these two Boise principals, it's all about the future

Boise School District Dishes Up New Meals, Good Feelings

"We will always focus on nutritious meals, but if students don't participate with us, the preparation of nutritious meals doesn't mean anything."

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