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    What Cabernet is to California wine, Tempranillo is to Spain.

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  • Stone Paella by The Basque Market

    Friends of the Basque Market joined Tony and Tara at their home where the 5 foot paella pan was used for the first time. Everyone signed up for an ingredient. The paella and white sangria were delicious.

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  • Note: Two BOB's too confusing?

    While we thought we'd done a bang-up job explaining this year's split Best of Boise, turns out a few out there were still confused.

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  • Will Hunt for Art: Local Studios Hide Halloween-Themed Art Objects Across Boise

    Will Hunt for Art: Local Studios Hide Halloween-Themed Art Objects Across Boise

    Starting Monday, Oct. 22, FireFusion and Boise Art Glass will post two clues per day on Facebook at precisely 1:30 p.m. pointing their followers toward hidden art pieces.
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  • For the Love of Pod: <i>You Know the Place</i>

    For the Love of Pod: You Know the Place

    Wayne and Lacey offered Boise Weekly a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-featured locales—including a crematorium, a nude resort and the "stink room" inside Rocky Mountain Fireworks and Fur Co.
    • Oct 10, 2018
  • Lime and Bird Launch e-Scooters in Boise

    Lime and Bird Launch e-Scooters in Boise

    The e-scooters from Bird and Lime appeared in Boise on Thursday morning.
    • Oct 18, 2018
  • Dine Out Downtown Boise Debuts 2018 Menus

    Dine Out Downtown Boise Debuts 2018 Menus

    The premise of restaurant week is simple. For 10 euphoric days, 29 Boise eateries show off their bites to customers new and old with discounted prices and prix fixe menus.
    • Oct 19, 2018
  • October 19, 2018: What to Know

    October 19, 2018: What to Know

    Sears is closing its anchor store at the Boise Towne Square Mall, it's a big day on the downtown campus of St. Luke's, enthusiasts revel in a Thursday night "sports equinox," Netflix cancels Orange is the New Black and now you can sit down for breakfast with The Golden Girls.
    • Oct 19, 2018
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