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  • May 4-10, 2005
  • Vol. 13, No. 44


  • Athiests Win

    The battle over the south steps of the Idaho Statehouse was won by the Idaho Atheists Association (IAI) when U.S. District Judge B. Lynn Winmill ruled Wednesday in their favor.
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Food & Drink

  • Food News
  • May 4, 2005

    Wine Dinner at Life's Kitchen • Wine Dinner at Life's Kitchen • Understanding Italian Wines with Brick Oven Bistro • Cinco de Mayo Fundraiser at Baja Fresh • When is an Aubergine Not a Pair?
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  • Winesipper
  • Bubbles for Mom

    Do something special for Mom on her special day-after all, she gave birth to you. (How many hours of painful labor was it?) Pop open a celebratory bottle of Champagne for your mom this Sunday and make it the good stuff-the real deal from that small region of France.
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Arts & Culture



Rec & Sports

  • Game of the Week
  • Let's Play Chess!

    The Idaho State Scholastic Chess Championships were held at Eagle Middle School March 4, 5, and 6, 2005 with just under 200 participants in three divisions: grades 7 through 12, 4 through 6, and K through 3. In addition to individual winners, the state team championships were also decided.
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  • Guest Opinions
  • Mother's day

    As mothers in the United States are honored with cards, dinners and presents on this Mother's Day, we at Planned Parenthood of Idaho urge you to think about all of the mothers in developing countries who do not have access to safe and healthy pregnancies and childbirth. This means that having a baby is often life threatening for these mothers. These are the same mothers who often do not have access to voluntary family planning services.
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BW Picks

  • Mother's Day Weekend

    Mother's Day is this Sunday. This Sunday! I find myself in a quandary each year on this Hallmark holiday as I have three women to celebrate: a mother, a step-mother, and a mother-in-law.
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  • World Fair Trade Day

    World Fair Trade Day celebrates fair trade's commitment to alleviating world poverty, drawing attention to the way conventional trade puts small farmers and craftspeople at a disadvantage. The annual international event takes place the second Saturday of May.
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