Best of the Best Kind

Best of the Best Kind

The best local releases of 2019 (so far) include Thomas Paul, Marshall Poole, Juice!, Dirt Russell, The Hand, Tylor & the Train Robbers, Storie Grubb, buttstuff, a.k.a. Belle, and more.

Idaho Commission on the Arts Names Malia Collins Writer-in-Residence

A native of Hawaii, Collins now lives in Boise and teaches English and Creative Writing at the College of Western Idaho. She also taught with The Cabin's Writers in the Schools program.

Boise Rock School's Next Opus

"We are going to be doing a capital campaign to buy a building and have a permanent, all-ages space."

Stephanie Wilde Introspective at BAM: 'The Humanities Make Us Human'

"These are tough subjects that we really need to address or at least be aware of, be compassionate about and be open to solutions."

Best of the Best Kind

The best local releases of 2019 (so far) include Thomas Paul, Marshall Poole, Juice!, Dirt Russell, The Hand, Tylor & the Train Robbers, Storie Grubb, buttstuff, a.k.a. Belle, and more.

Pavarotti: Adoro Questo Cine Film

With never-before-seen footage of the legendary tenor and a gorgeous Dolby Atmos soundtrack, director Ron Howard's new film is one of the big surprises of the summer of 2019.

Roger McNamee

Sun Valley Wellness Festival Special Guest and Bestselling author of 'Zucked: Waking Up to the Facebook Catastrophe'

Idaho Shakespeare Festival's 'The Music Man'

Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Friday-Sunday, June 28-Sept. 1

Road to the X Games Qualifier

Rhodes Skate Park, Friday and Saturday, June 28 and 29

Fifth-Annual Bosnian & Herzegovinian Heritage Day

Julius M. Kleiner Park, Saturday, June 29

International Asteroid Day

Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, Saturday, June 29

Bar Hopper: Payette Brewing

The aptly named North Fork and Fly Line Lagers just beg to be go-to river beers.

Earth

Neurolux, June 29

Alive After Five: Hamish Anderson

The Grove Plaza, June 26

Find: Feelgoodz Sandals

There are times when only a pair of flip-flops will do, and for those times, there are Feelgoodz.

Wild Spells

Neurolux, Wednesday, June 26

Celebrating Summer's Start With a 'Forest Bathing' in the Boise Foothills

Following the jaunt, participants joined in a tea ceremony featuring tea made from foraged local plants and organic appetizers.

CCDC Opens New Secure Bike Storage Area for Downtown Commuters

The facility is located in the CCDC-owned parking structure at Main and Ninth streets, and includes space for 42 bicycles, 18 lockers, a repair station and seating. It's key card-protected, is well-lit and features video camera security.

Boise Co-op Unveils Eco-Friendly, In-Store Coffee Roaster

Co-op staff are already roasting the beans, which sell for $12.99 for 12 ounces in the coffee aisle, and the North End grocer is working on a plan to place bags of green beans under the Co-op label on its shelves that people can roast themselves using the Bellwether.

X Games Qualifier to Drop In to Boise for Third Year

“These athletes are the absolute best in the world. You’ll see the best athletes in their craft.”

McCall's 4th of July Booze Ban (Part Four)

A ban of alcoholic beverages will be in effect for 24 hours at beachfront city parks in the City of McCall, including Legacy, Brown, Davis Beach, Art Roberts and Rotary parks.

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