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  • Vol. 15, No. 44

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  • Off The Fence

    John Foster leaves journalism to head the Idaho Democratic Party
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  • We're No. 10!

    Everyone loves rankings ... unless you lose. So we just barely get to celebrate being the 10th-best city to live in.

    That's the blessing bestowed upon us in the new Frommer's book, Cities Ranked and Rated (sure to be a hot seller among the corporate relocation specialists among us).

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  • Happy 100th

    The City of Boise is celebrating a milestone of sorts: They've towed 100 cars under the so-called "scofflaw ordinance."

    The city enacted the rule at the beginning of the year. Vehicles of drivers with numerous unpaid parking tickets to be impounded until fees are collected.

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  • Don't Be a Boob

    Apparently, some members of the Boise community find the reality of breasts a little too much to handle.

    Photographer Craig Clark’s latest show, “Conform: The Torso Project,” has been partially censored after tenants neighboring the show space in the Alaska Building, 1020 B. Main St., complained about the images of nude women’s torsos.

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  • Totally No Snow

    They tried, mightily, but Momma Nature has her sunhat on: Tamarack has been forced to cancel next week's "Race and Ace" golf and ski competition.

    “There just isn’t enough snow,” said Race and Ace founder and president Doug Fish.

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