Christian A. Winn

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The Alzar School The Alzar School Teaching reading, writing and rafting November 17, 2010
Futbol Futbol The great uniter August 11, 2010

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  • T.C. Boyle Tonight

      Boyle believes that literature can be great in all ways, but that it has to capture you first, like exceptional film or rock 'n' roll, before anything else can come out of it--beautiful language, well-wrought characterization, structure.

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  • Futbol

    The great uniter
  • Eric Schrader

    Panning for junkyard gold
      I found three pairs of jeans that I paid $6 for and sold for $30,000.
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  • Word Perfect

    Mitch Wieland's literary milestones

      Mitch Wieland is in a good mood right now. And he has reason to be. The writer, family man, Boise State professor and founder and editor of The Idaho Review--an annual literary journal--has a lot going his way. His second novel, God's Dogs: A Novel in Stories, has just been released by SMU Press to high praise from the likes of Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist Richard Ford. The award-winning Idaho Review's 10th anniversary issue has also just come out...

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    The new owners will keep the Guru name, but add their own potato-based and gluten-free donuts to the menu.
    • Mar 19, 2019
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    Redd Square Brings Boise-Roasted Coffee to Stanley, Idaho

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  • Chelsea Handler

    Chelsea Handler

    "I needed to do something authentic, something meaningful. Look, I've made a living by oversharing in my comedy, and I wasn't really planning on writing anything like this unless I had something to say."
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    A LOT to Lose

    "Our local option tax changed the way we are able to deliver services. It made a huge difference in terms of quality of service to our community. It's an important element."
    • Mar 20, 2019
  • Tommy Orange

    Tommy Orange

    The author of There There talks about bucking stereotypes and the Gertrude Stein quote that gave his book its name
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