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  • Note

    Boise needs some bigot-be-gone
      Last Saturday night, at a North End bar where Rebecca Scott was performing, a middle-aged male customer snidely asked me if he was in a gay bar, referring to the crowd of mostly lesbians. He was eventually kicked out of the bar for making derogatory comments about the women and telling the bartender that he didn't approve of all the singing about "gay shit."
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  • And the Editor is ...

    Boise Weekly's next editor-in-chief came to his senses and accepted the position
  • Crime and Punishment in Payette County

      To say "this kind of thing doesn't happen in America" is to ignore a brutal reality: At a certain point, your elected officials would rather see you shut up in jail than expressing your opinions.
  • Party Time: Cover Auction Edition

      The only order of business in this week's editor's note is a party. Go figure. Hey, at least it's a party for a good cause and at least it's a pretty high-brow party with art and an auction and fancy clothes and all.
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  • The State of Denial

      Idahoans are fond of thumping their chests with pride in their libertarian tradition, but it's a lot easier to convince people they're especially free when they don't have a counter example just across the border.
  • Achievements!

      If this edition of Boise Weekly feels a little heavier in your hands, it's the weight of experience... or knowledge, or--at least--lots of work.
  • Dam Big

    Ours is a thirsty land.
      "It's all the more reason to invest in infrastructure, specifically, a 300-foot-tall earthen dam on the Weiser River that would flood an area 13.5 miles long and almost as big as the Anderson Ranch, Arrowrock and Lucky Peak reservoirs combined."

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