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Dr. Don Coberly and Coby Dennis

Dr. Don Coberly and Coby Dennis

Boise School District administrators on trust, expectations and heroes
"It's not about us in the administrative offices. It's about the teachers."
Ballet Sun Valley

Ballet Sun Valley

Tuesday, Aug. 22 and Thursday, Aug. 24
House Speaker Paul Ryan Met With Demonstration During Boise Visit

House Speaker Paul Ryan Met With Demonstration During Boise Visit

"His message is not welcome here."
Art Talks

Art Talks

Public art pieces at Julia Davis Park and Fire Station Eight have stories to tell

Four New Ways to Drink, and Eat, in Boise

From brand new brews to Afternoon Tea and grocery delivery, the City of Trees has it all.

Deadline: Best of Boise Voting Ends Wednesday, Aug. 23 at Midnight

Time is running out to submit Best of Boise ballots!

August 22, 2017: What to Know

Trump recommits to the war in Afghanistan, back to school in Boise, an armed robbery at a Boise hotel and recapturing the solar eclipse excitement.

Despite Disavowals, Leading Tech Companies Help Extremist Sites Monetize Hate

Most tech companies have policies against working with hate websites. Yet a ProPublica survey found that PayPal, Stripe, Newsmax and others help keep more than half of the most-visited extremist sites in business.

August 21, 2017: What to Know

A near-perfect forecast for the eclipse, a last-minute recall of eclipse glasses, Trump prepares to address the nation and a tepid summer movie box office.

Can Police Prevent the Next Charlottesville?

“We saw it coming,” said a Virginia officer, but they couldn’t stop it. Still, law enforcement experts say measures can be taken — even when protesters are armed.

What's Bugging Boise

Snack on flavor-dusted crickets and insect-infused lollipops at Bug Day 2017.

Aug. 18, 2017: What to Know

Treefort Music Fest announces ticket sales, a CBS News poll on Trump's reaction to Charlottesville terror, Bannon will be leaving the White House and a Garden City hotel nixes an Idaho Freedom Foundation event over its controversial keynote speaker.

Local Art Lockup

Swell Artist Collective exhibits work by Boise artists at the Old Idaho Penitentiary

Aug. 17, 2017: What to Know

An effort to remove a Boise State professor from his position, a skinhead music festival and Adam Rosenlund unveils a new mural at the Boise Public Library in your daily headline roundup.

Slideshow: Boise Celebrates Anne Frank Memorial 15th Anniversary

While attendees ate food from Kanak Attack and Bombay Grill, listened to music and watched dance performances, they also heard from community leaders and former politicians about the mission of the memorial and the work that still needs to be done.

UPDATED: More Idaho Politicians Weigh in on Charlottesville Violence

President Donald Trump lambasted the hatred and violence, but stopped short of condemning the extreme white-nationalist elements.

The Power Brokers

Three Idaho political insiders and the organizations that could help put the next governor in office

Alley Trash-formation

The Union Alley beautification is part of a venture to improve both the function and aesthetics of alleys in downtown Boise.

Art Talks

Public art pieces at Julia Davis Park and Fire Station Eight have stories to tell

Wind River and Brigsby Bear: Late-Summer Sizzlers

Crime drama thriller and sweet comedy suggest August is becoming a hot month for indies

Dr. Don Coberly and Coby Dennis

Boise School District administrators on trust, expectations and heroes

Caldwell Night Rodeo

Runs through Saturday, Aug. 19

Opera Idaho: Oklahoma!

Friday, Aug. 18, Sunday, Aug. 20 and Monday, Aug. 21

Western Idaho Fair

Friday, Aug. 18 through Sunday, Aug. 27

Ballet Sun Valley

Tuesday, Aug. 22 and Thursday, Aug. 24

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