Gird Your Funny Bones: Boise's Funniest Person Returns

Auditions will take place Saturday, June 16, from 2-6 p.m.; Monday, June 18, from 6-9 p.m.; and Tuesday, June 19, from 4-7 p.m.

Artist Meg Kahnle Uses Scavenger Hunts to Create Boise-Inspired Art

On May 7, Kahnle posted an artistic "map" of Boise on her website and social media accounts that guides users with hints to five local landmarks.

Pridefest Youth Diversity Prom

Saturday, May 19, Knitting Factory

2018 Orchids & Onions Awards Opts for “Onion Projects” Over Outright Onions

The May 19 ceremony, which is free and open to the public, will take place at 1 p.m., with a paid reception at The Cabin Literary Center to follow.

Surel's Place artBike Tour Takes Locals Into Garden City Artists' Studios

The tour is scheduled for Saturday, May 19, from 1:30-3 p.m., overlapping with Boise Bike Week.

Rethinking the Road: Boise Public Lands Tour Brings More Than Wheels to Boise Streets

"It's yours. It's yours to be in. That's the overarching narrative," said Brett Seely, a volunteer for the National Street Service, the streets education organization that put on the Public Lands Tour.

Campfire Theatre Fest to Spark Second Season With Lauren Wimmer Play Reading

The spring Spark event, which is set for Thursday, May 17, at the Boise Contemporary Theater loft, will let attendees in on tweaking a play manuscript into a stageable form.

The Cabin Literary Center Receives NEA Grant for Readings & Conversations Series

"NEA support will help ensure we can continue to bring the country's most talented writers to Boise to help us jump-start a collective conversation on critical issues that affect us as both individuals and as a nation."

Rediscovered Books Announces First Self-Published Children's Book

Rediscovered Publishing, an arm of Rediscovered Books, is set to release its first title, A Kid's Guide to Boise, by Rick Just.

None of the Colors of the Rainbow: Boise Weekly Black & White Photo Contest is Now Open

The submission period for the 16th-annual Boise Weekly Black & White Photo Contest is now open!

The Big Le Boise is Back for 2018

Join us for a kick ass party on Saturday, June 2, from 1-7 p.m., with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Women's and Children's Alliance.

Hannibal Buress

Knitting Factory, Thursday, May 10

Mommy Dearest: A Mother's Day Roundup

Sunday, May 13, various locations

The 4th Annual Pooch Pageant

Wyndham Garden, Saturday, May 12

Mohr is More: Jay Mohr Leaves It All on Stage at Liquid Laughs

Mohr's brazen style of stand-up comedy is still as frenetic as ever, matching performances that he admits were fueled by psychotropic drugs.

Karen Eastman and Anne Peterson: Branching Out

Eastman Gallery, Thursday, May 3

Boise Department of Arts & History Announces James Castle House Artists-in-Residence

Before the James Castle House opens to the public on Saturday, April 28, the Boise City Department of Arts & History announced the first three participants in its artist-in-residence program.

The Cabin Presents Poverty Journalist Katherine Boo, Reveals 2018-19 Readings & Conversations Lineup

"Empathy is a muscle. The more you can use it, the more it can do."

Heather Carson Exhibit Lights Up Boise Art Museum

“Her work speaks to the fundamentals of art and engages with art history, while at the same time being incredibly imaginative and fresh.”

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