• Issue of
  • Dec 3-9, 2008
  • Vol. 17, No. 23


  • In the red

    Governor not seeking federal handouts, orders cuts


Food & Drink

Odds & Ends

Arts & Culture


  • Cobweb
  • More about Munny

    The third annual Munny auction for charity starts tonight with an unveiling of the diversely and creatively designed little vinyl men/women/aliens/animals/vegetables/minerals. One change of note: Will Spearman did not create a Munny this year, but Tyler Bowling did.

Idaho Arts Quarterly


  • The Beat Goes On
  • The Beat Goes On

    English Beat's Dave Wakeling still showing plenty of "Tenderness"
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  • Film Reviews
  • Hancock

    Superhero movies are currently all the rage, so the release of a film featuring an anti-superhero makes sense now, too.
  • Film Reviews
  • Fred Claus

    I do not like Vince Vaughn. The uncouth, fast-talking wise guys he plays—despite having once made me chuckle—have worn thin.

Rec & Sports


  • Mail
  • Mail December 3-December 9, 2008

    As always, we appreciate your opinion in regards to the performance of our establishment (BW, Food, "The Office Bar & Grill," Nov. 26, 2008). Without criticism, it is unlikely that a company will find the innovation and drive to succeed. Thank you so much for pointing out some of the things that we need to work on. Change is always a must.

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