• Issue of
  • Oct 8-14, 2008
  • Vol. 17, No. 15


  • Battle for Boise

    Dems face Christian-conservative challengers
  • citydesk

    Absentees, Libertarians and NIMBY


Food & Drink

Odds & Ends

Arts & Culture

  • Stage
  • En l'air

    Ballet Idaho's season premiere suffers some missteps


  • Cobweb
  • Review This

    Editorial intern Mathias Morache went show hopping this week and Calendar Guru Elaine Lacallaide found herself beguiled in a big arena. Read their reviews ...
  • Cobweb
  • Closed Sign

    Facing an uncertain economic future, many businesses are coming up with creative ways to cut costs, but closing your main office?

    That's just what The Post Falls Press announced it will do in an effort to stay profitable.

  • Cobweb
  • Art From Above

    Students dedicate Foundation's foundation with chalk reproductions of masterpieces.



  • Film
  • Endless Love

    Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist is a sweet romp
  • Film
  • Muy Loco Motives

    New Brad Anderson film, Transsiberian, runs off track
  • Film Reviews
  • Bigger Stronger Faster

    When choosing this week's DVDs, I'd already seen Iron Man twice, so I opted for a title I'd never heard of. And my oh my, I was stunned at how interesting the subject of steroid use in America really can be, once it's taken out of the hands of lawmakers and health teachers who proclaim it an evil without ever explaining why.
  • Film Reviews
  • Forgetting Sarah Marshall

    I'm sure you've already heard about it, so I don't feel bad about spilling the beans on how much full-frontal male nudity is in this latest Judd Apatow-produced film.

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