• Issue of
  • Mar 2-8, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 35


  • True Crime
  • US Marshals Fugitive

    The US Marshalls are seeking assistance in locating a federal fugitive. Jeremy Earl Jay, 23, is wanted for violation of his pretrial release conditions in connection with a methamphetamine distribution conspiracy in the Boise area.
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Food & Drink

Odds & Ends

Arts & Culture

Idaho Arts Quarterly

  • Cover Artist
  • Virgina DeFoggi

    Virginia, or Jinny as most people call her, does not think of her work as art-a theme she kept returning to as we spoke in her home in Boise's North End one rainy winter day. But to look at her work, her artist's resume, her home and her life you could not come to any other conclusion that she is indeed an artist. Being an artist is a state of mind, and whether she likes it or not, she is one.
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  • Northwest Extras
  • NW Museums

    Just a short flight away are a plethora of art exhibitions covering a range periods and styles-17th century Dutch painters, contemporary Chinese photography, French Art Deco glass, the Pre-Raphaelites-so stash a few necessities in your carry-on and make a dash to the airport to embark on an art adventure.
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  • East Idaho
  • East Idaho Report

    The scope and variety of the arts in Eastern Idaho are as overwhelming and vast as the landscape itself.

    The landscape here features everything from alpine forests to lava flows to fields of sage. And, of course, the world-famous potato fields.

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  • Southwest Idaho
  • Southwest Report

    For its next blockbuster exhibition, Boise Art Museum brings to town works by Georgia O'Keeffe. Visions of the Sublime is an extraordinary exhibition that re-examines the work of one of America's most iconic artists. O'Keeffe was a visionary who provided us new ways to view our surroundings and explore our inner selves.
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Rec & Sports

  • Game of the Week
  • Let's Play Chess

    Editor's Note: Every week this column will feature a game, be it chess, card games, board games, new games, old games or video games. If you have a suggestion to what we should cover or if you have a personal favorite, please e-mail sports@boiseweekly.com and we'll see what we can do. The first issue every month will feature Dick Vandenburg's chess column "Let's Play Chess!"Let's Play Chess!
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