• Idaho Shakespeare Festival Embraces Pop Culture This Summer

    2013 season features Much Ado About Nothing and Sweeney Todd
      Sweeney Todd isn't the only ISF production this season with contemporary ties. A chance discovery in 2012 of the remains of British ruler Richard III buried beneath a parking lot brought new life to Shakespeare's drama, Richard III, while the Bard's comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, received a reprisal in Joss Whedon's modern, black-and-white film.
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  • New Exhibit Spotlights Boise's Urban Aesthetics

    Saturday, May 18
      Urban is a foreign word in most parts of Idaho. Residents of Boise, the state's largest burg, may be better acquainted with visions of the city, but few see its brick buildings and ribbons of asphalt quite like the group of artists taking part in the upcoming URBAN exhibition.
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  • Historians Reveal Idaho's Architectural Heritage

    Thursday, May 9
      In the period between President Abraham Lincoln's creation of Idaho Territory in 1863, and before statehood in 1890, came 27 years of construction that left our state with numerous treasures—some of which still stand 150 years later.
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  • Idaho Gives Attracts Donors to Idaho Nonprofits

    Thursday, May 2
      Thursday, May 2, the inaugural Idaho Gives campaign hopes to energize social causes by celebrating Idaho's nonprofits and donors with a statewide day of charitable giving.

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