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    • Peter Yeo

      Career diplomat the partial federal government shutdown, Idaho's role in helping to shape foreign policy and why "great nations should pay their dues."
        "It's complicated."
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    • Paula Poundstone

      Prior to her Jan. 17 appearance in Boise, she talks to BW about Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me, CNN, Doritos, Lamborghinis and happiness
        "I certainly don't know what they're going to say, so naturally, I have no idea what I'm going to say. But there's 39 years of comedy material wandering around in my head."
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    • One More Visit with the Class of 2018

      Some of our favorite Boise Weekly Citizens from the past year.
        Advocates, ambassadors, artists, healers, interpreters and William Shatner.
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    • Bridgette McAbee

      "It's all about keeping the quality up. A lot of people don't care as much about pies as I do."
    • Faiz Shakir

      "You've heard us say, 'See you in court.' Well, my job is to make sure that we also say, 'See you in the street. See you in the legislature. See you at the ballot box.'"
        A conversation with the ACLU National Political Director.
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    • Santa Johnny

      "My wish is for a more loving and peaceful world. I've seen many changes over the years, but Christmas still brings a bit of hope."
        Boise Weekly gets a few minutes with the busiest guy in town.
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    • Sandi Duncan

      Farmers' Almanac editor says their forecast formula is top secret.
        "We actually have someone that we call a 'weather calculator.' We keep his identity secret because the forecast is a proprietary secret."
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    • Devoney Looser

      Jane Austen expert on saying new things about old books, marrying another Austen scholar, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
        "As long as we keep making new things about her... there will be things to say."
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    • Maryann Karimi

      "I just forgot how much I loved working with people and flowers, and making people's days and putting smiles on their faces."
    • Diana Lachiondo

      "I truly believe the race was about competency, about leadership, and not about partisan politics."
        On her recent win, effecting change and Hamilton.
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    • Allie Ostrander

      Boise State's track titan prepares for return to the national spotlight
        "Steeplechase is the only thing I've gotten a national title in, and that bothers me a little bit. I want to be more than a one-trick pony."
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    • Brandy Davis

      A local artist-turned-pumpkin-carver stars in the Food Network's Halloween Wars
        "Pretty much everything that can go wrong will probably go wrong ... But that's what I love about it, that's part of the challenge."
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    • Ravin Patterson and Davey Collins

      The not-so-curious stars of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time
        "BCT begins its most ambitious season ever with its most ambitious show ever."
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    • Stacy Ennis and Ron Price

      Life lessons in fulfillment, advancement and slow-pour coffee
        "This book is really a love story. Not a romance, but a love story between two people who grow to appreciate one another."
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    • Hendrik Schuwer

      The Dutch Ambassador on Idaho, Anne Frank and four decades in the foreign service
        "You Americans, I think, are always in a hurry. I tell young people all the time to travel. And don't do Europe in two weeks. Take time."
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    • Amelia Rose Earhart

      "I stopped chasing Amelia's path. I felt like saying, 'Come on Amelia. We're taking you back home. Let's finish the flight you started.'"
        Yes, that's her name, and yes, she's a world-class pilot
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    • Jennifer Singleterry

      "Everyone is one degree away from cancer. That's definitely true for me and, quite frankly, everyone I have met."
        Policy expert speaks to why Idaho fares so poorly on critical cancer issues.
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    • JoMeta Spencer and David Levine

      CERA certifications, election integrity and dog shows
        "At a time when the integrity of the election process has been under siege, it's more critical than ever to have people to step into the breech, get the knowledge and be calm, cool and collected in the toughest of moments."
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    • Rebecca Severson and Dr. Gale Zickefoose

      The past is prologue, and for these two Boise principals, it's all about the future
        "As soon as I heard about this assignment, my husband and I rode our bikes over to the neighborhood. I got chills."
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    • Laura Welsh Berg and Nick Steen

      On playing Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy in ISF's Pride and Prejudice
        "I can't tell you how much of a gift it has been to work on Jane Austen's text. Every look, every small comment, means something."
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