Hundreds Storm Idaho Statehouse in Downtown Boise to Call for Action on Climate Change

“The activists back then, and us right now, we’re carrying them with us."

Boise City Council to Mull Anti-White Supremacy Resolution

"It’s an ordinance, and the city is committing to doing more training to making sure city employees can identify and confront white supremacy. While symbolic, much of what has been propelling white supremacy has also been symbolic."

On National Park(ing) Day, Boise Shows What City Could Be Like With Fewer Cars

"This has been a kind of guerrilla movement around the country. ... Communities should be built for [people], not for cars."

Merriam-Webster Adds 'They' as Singular Pronoun

For the month of September, Merriam-Webster added 530 new words to the dictionary, including "deep state" and "dad joke," according to its website.

No Planet B

Boise youth activists join global movement calling for action on climate change

Curbing Censorship

Learn about the mounting trends and local players behind Banned Books Week

A Haunting Return

Boise's Sun Blood Stories upcoming album 'Haunt Yourself' is cohesive, gripping

TIFF 2019: Agreeing to Disagree

Some stellar films promote humanity, others just provoke

'Exposing Slavery'

A new book by a University of Idaho history professor describes how photography was used before and during the Civil War.

John Craigie

The Olympic, Sept. 19

Noah Gundersen

The Neurolux, Sept. 24

Bar Hopper: 10th Street Station-A Deep Dive

To find one of Boise's best dive-ish bars, just look downward.

Boise River Greenbelt 50th-Anniversary Celebration

The Greenbelt turns 50 this year, and Boise has a full day of celebration planned

Bike-In Movie: 'Motherload'

For some biking is a hobby. For others, it's a way of life.


Prost! Oktoberfest at Schnitzel Garten provides an authentic German experience


Story Story Night wraps up the year with a slam bring this season's best storytellers together

Poet Richard Blanco to Give 23rd Idaho Humanities Council Lecture

Blanco was the first openly gay hispanic Presidential Inaugural Poet

Still Higher to Climb

Boise's newest climbing gym is on the rise on The Bench


$11-$12, found at various locations around the Treasure Valley

Boise Police Chief Bill Bones Announces Retirement

Former Boise Police Chief Mike Masterson will serve as interim chief until a permanent replacement is found, according to the City of Boise.

'Sea of Shadows,' Co-Produced by Boise Film Crew, Tells a Harrowing Tale

The film is harrowing, heart-breaking and absolutely gripping. The beautiful visuals lay the base for a winding and emotional journey.

Boise State University Bronco Gameday Shuttle Transporting Fans Free of Charge

Boise State has five remaining home games this season with shuttle service available. For more information, visit

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