Story Story Night Slammer of the Year

Story Story Night Slammer of the Year

Tuesday, Sept. 25 at Meridian Speedway

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.

Sip for Sustainability: Idaho Botanical Garden Offers Foraged-ingredient Cocktails to Accompany Hometown Habitat Screening

The "Over The Hill" cocktail combines Rittenhouse Rye whiskey, Gran Classico, lemon, elderberry syrup and classic bitters.

Slideshow: Rise Against Concert Turns Revolution Concert House Into 'Dangerous Space' for Injustice

The chorus of "The Violence"—"Are we not good enough? / Are we not brave enough? / To become something greater / Than the violence in our nature"—captured the night's dichotomies perfectly.

Shot Through the Heart: Boise Couples Take Romance to the Gun Range

In Boise and beyond, couples are taking romance to the gun range.

Madame Mao Comes to Boise Following Sold-out Runs in Toronto

"I absolutely had to bring it to my new home. We're performing at Boise Contemporary Theater. It's a perfect fit."

At TIFF, Audiences Have the Final Say

A packed list of award contenders, but Green Book disrupts the Oscar conversation

Grousing About Housing

Evicted author Matthew Desmond talks housing as Boise wrangles high rents

Beehive Is a #MeToo Musical That Predates the Internet

"Women were unifying behind women with a call for change," Robinson told the crowd between renditions of "River Deep Mountain High" and "Proud Mary."

Books and Booze a la Mode

At this Boise book club, what you drink tastes like what you read

August McLaughlin Talks Sex and Sexuality in Girl Boner

"It's not trendy. People are just beginning to live out loud."

Trevor Powers: Mulberry Violence

"Youth Lagoon was never meant to be something that continued. Even its name was a reflection on the past."

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Neurolux, Sept. 22

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