• Issue of
  • Mar 9-15, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 36

News

  • Citydesk
  • March 9, 2005

    Black's Creek Mine Approved • Collecting on delinquent taxes • Telephone rates could skyrocket • Governor still deep in debt
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  • Curious Times
  • March 9, 2005

    GEEKS OF HAZZARD • YOU MIGHT AS WELL JUST FLUSH THOSE TREES DOWN THE TOILET • SPENDING HIS 15 MINUTES OF FAME IN COURT • SOME READING MATERIAL WHILE YOU WAIT FOR THE END OF THE WORLD • "I READ IT ON THE INTERNET SO IT MUST BE TRUE" FA
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Cartoons

Food & Drink

  • Food News
  • March 9, 2005

    Kulture Klatsch Katering and Macrobiotic Debut • Spirits News from Bardenay • Le Poulet Rouge Now Serving Dinner • Guido's: Second Location
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  • Winesipper
  • Two German Estates

    It's not every day you get to meet a genuine prince, but last week, Felix Prinz zu Salm-Salm came to Boise, presenting the wines of his family's two German estates: Schloss Wallhausen in Nahe and Castell in Franconia.
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Arts & Culture

  • Arts News
  • Hill's Pharmacy Closes Shop

    Over a quarter of a century since he began working at Hill's Pharmacy in 1979, pharmacist extraordinaire Dale Harris will say goodbye to faithful customers this Saturday at a party in honor of Harris and Hill's closing.
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Music

  • Music News
  • March 9, 2005

    Tegan and Sara • Boise State University's Coffeehouse Concert Series • The St. Lawrence String Quartet • The Esoteric • Treasure Valley Youth Symphony • Today in Music History
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Rec & Sports

Opinion

BW Picks

  • A&E Extras
  • Recognizing Youth Performance Dance

    The formative years in an artist's life are exactly that­-formative-and thus extremely important. Building confidence and skill is crucial for the future success of aspiring artists, especially in an art form such as dance that almost always requires years of training to make it professionally.
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