Paulette Jordan, The Interview

Paulette Jordan, The Interview

Gubernatorial hopeful talks about unorthodox campaign strategies, dissing Idaho's political machines and that Statesman article.
"I've had people come up to me and say they haven't voted since Carter, or voted since Reagan, and then they tell me that they'll have good reason to vote again."

Making History: The Reimagined, Renamed Idaho State Museum Showcases New Ways of Telling Idaho's Story

'It was always important to think about this in the simplest of terms: doing it right.'

Paulette Jordan, The Interview

Gubernatorial hopeful talks about unorthodox campaign strategies, dissing Idaho's political machines and that Statesman article.

Nowhere To Go But Up: Rising Country Singer Kelsea Ballerini Joins Keith Urban in Boise

Ballerini first made a name for herself with tracks about love, and Unapologetically sticks to those themes, though with a more mature lens and a pop-country crossover tone.

City of Tree-climbers: Canopy Watch Will Host a Guided Tree Climb in Boise

'I want to share that feeling with as many people as I can.'

Emma Thompson Raises the Bar in The Children Act

The two-time Oscar winner shines in a beautifully profound film

Slideshow: 'Wine Industry Boot Camp' Buses Oenophiles Across Idaho Wine Country

What started with wine for breakfast ended with a tasting of ice cream and cider.

Coffee Cupping 101

Thursday, Sept. 27, Flying M Coffeegarage

Boise Philharmonic Pub Crawl

Thursday, Sept. 27, Woodland Empire and Boise Brewing

Geekcraft Expo 2018

Friday, Sept. 28, The Linen Building

Scallywag Fest 2018

Sunday, Sept. 30, CenturyLink Arena

Too Many Zooz

The Olympic, Tuesday, Oct. 2


Neurolux, Friday, Sept. 28

Dogfish Head's Debut

t's not easy getting East Coast craft breweries to make the cross-country trek to Boise, but Milton, Delaware's Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales is on its way.

Urban Fox Coffee Pouch

Pick some up and stash them in your bag so you'll never be caught in a pinch without your high-quality joe.

September 25, 2018: What to Know

Kavanaugh goes to prime time to fight back against his accusers, Yellowstone grizzlies get a reprieve, today is National Voter Registration Day, Congress wants to revisit the debate over service animals on airplanes and Netflix and Amazon are set to almost double their original content catalogs.

Tasso Rolls Out New Supper Club

BoDo sandwich shop Tasso is rolling out a supper club program with local wine distributor Amico Gino.

September 24, 2018: What to Know

Another woman accuses Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, Bill Cosby's sentencing hearing begins, a pre-dawn school bus crash in Meridian, Paul Simon says farewell to performing and Outlaw King is cut down to size.

Paved Paradise: Spaces For Cars Converted to Micro-parks Across Boise for National PARK(ing) Day

At eight locations across Boise, parking spaces were converted to micro-parks for National PARK(ing) Day.

Sept. 21, 2018: What to Know

Donald Trump weighs in on the veracity of sexual misconduct claims against his SCOTUS nominee, a majority of Americans say there are too few women in political and business leadership positions, the Idaho State Board of Education has hired a firm to seek efficiencies on public college and university campuses, and yesterday's mass shooting in Maryland was the third in 24 hours.

Boise Cuts the Ribbon on the Marilyn Shuler Classroom for Human Rights

"It's not enough to think about and talk about human rights," said Wassmuth Center Executive Director Dan Prinzing, who emceed the ceremony.

September 20, 2018: What to Know

More support for Kavanaugh's accuser, the College of Idaho's co-presidents are officially inaugurated, a Ticketmaster scandal, remembering Arthur Mitchell and a Muppets/A Star is Born mashup.

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