Review: <i>The Lion King</i> Is the Pride of The Morrison Center

Review: The Lion King Is the Pride of The Morrison Center

The Lion King will run through Sunday, Nov. 4, at The Morrison Center.

Album Review: Steady Your Aim, Andrew Sheppard

Andrew Sheppard opens for Parker Millsap at The Olympic on Tuesday.,Oct. 23, at 8 p.m.

Will Hunt for Art: Local Studios Hide Halloween-Themed Art Objects Across Boise

Starting Monday, Oct. 22, FireFusion and Boise Art Glass will post two clues per day on Facebook at precisely 1:30 p.m. pointing their followers toward hidden art pieces.

How to 'Follow the Money' When It Comes to Political Campaigns

Fun with FEC filings, campaign expenditures and super PACs.

Dine Out Downtown Boise Debuts 2018 Menus

The premise of restaurant week is simple. For 10 euphoric days, 29 Boise eateries show off their bites to customers new and old with discounted prices and prix fixe menus.

Review: The Lion King Is the Pride of The Morrison Center

The Lion King will run through Sunday, Nov. 4, at The Morrison Center.

October 19, 2018: What to Know

Sears is closing its anchor store at the Boise Towne Square Mall, it's a big day on the downtown campus of St. Luke's, enthusiasts revel in a Thursday night "sports equinox," Netflix cancels Orange is the New Black and now you can sit down for breakfast with The Golden Girls.

Lime and Bird Launch e-Scooters in Boise

The e-scooters from Bird and Lime appeared in Boise on Thursday morning.

Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty For Man Charged in Wylie Street Apartment Knife Attack

Kinner has been charged with numerous felonies, including first-degree murder for the killing of 3-year-old Ruya Kadir.

October 18, 2018: What to Know

The former president of USA Gymnastics is led away in handcuffs, Boise Police say a downtown stabbing and beating are related, the Red Sox and the Dodgers are one step closer to the World Series and NYPD Blue will return to primetime.

October 17, 2018: What to Know

Trump compares a Saudi Prince to Justice Brett Kavanaugh, Boise moves closer to a downtown police precinct, this year's Booker Prize award winner is revealed and the man behind Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch prepares to walk away from Sesame Street.

Opera Idaho Shines Modern Spotlight on the Legend of Don Giovanni

"An audience has no choice but to relate what's happening on stage to what's happening in the world."

The Genesis of Streetwear in Boise

Deathproof Coffee and Genesis Project will host a runway show, pop-up and concert

Long Live the King: Broadway's The Lion King Roars Into Boise

The Lion King will run at the Morrison Center through Sunday, Nov. 4.

Stacy Ennis and Ron Price

Life lessons in fulfillment, advancement and slow-pour coffee

Life, Condensed: Parker Millsap Lets Loose with Other Arrangements

He and his band perform at The Olympic on Tuesday, Oct. 23.

Idaho-Raised Lamb Takes Center Plate at the Trailing of the Sheep Festival

"We really think American lamb is positioned to have a real renaissance ... a real revolution. People are finally discovering lamb again."

Boise Weekly Cover Auction

Wednesday, Oct. 17, Visual Arts Collective

Let's Taco 'Bout It: What's New in Food in the Treasure Valley

Say goodbye to Superb Sushi and Andy's Deli, and hello to Pueblo Lindo, Red Bench Pizza, Bikes & Beans, Saffron Bar and Grill, Marco's Pizza and Sarah's Bagel Cafe.

The Fire That Soaked Amsterdam

"Bad things happen, but I'm lucky they weren't really bad, that they're things you can come back from."

Alley Repertory Theater’s The Cake Puts Politics Center Stage

But it's a tale that refuses to dehumanize or take sides.

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