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  • The Nightly Migration
  • The Nightly Migration

    Do Canyon County's conservative liquor laws cut drunks off, or just put them on the road to Boise?
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  • November 30, 2005

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  • Auction Season

    'Tis the auction season. Beginning with the Boise Weekly cover auction, I have now been the auctioneer of at least three fundraising auctions in Boise this season. While I don't do the typical lip-flapping--preferring to take a more art auctioneer approach--I do try to generate excitement. Why I am asked to do these things befuddles me.
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    First-Ever Boise Corgi Fest to Debut in Ann Morrison Park

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