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  • Bush Bashin' Bus in Boise

    With an approval rating that's hovering around a dismal 30 percent, it's hard to believe Americans need an organization pointing out President Bush's shortcomings. But a "traveling museum" called the Bush Legacy Tour is burning thousands of gallons of bio-diesel traipsing all over the country to do just that.
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  • In Bruges

    After falling in love with Boise Contemporary Theater's staging of The Pillowman, when I saw the play's writer had not only written but directed a new film, I jumped at the opportunity to watch it. I only hoped the movie would have as much intrigue and gritty dialogue. Let me tell you: it does.
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