Nicole Skinner

Nicole Skinner

"In a big way, things came full circle. I think a lot of people turned out at the polls, particularly students, to vote against Dan Foreman."
University of Idaho student/advocate on spurring change on campus and at the ballot box

Peter Yeo

Career diplomat on the partial federal government shutdown, Idaho's role in helping to shape foreign policy and why "great nations should pay their dues."
"It's complicated."

Paula Poundstone

Prior to her Jan. 17 appearance in Boise, she talks to BW about Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me, CNN, Doritos, Lamborghinis and happiness
"I certainly don't know what they're going to say, so naturally, I have no idea what I'm going to say. But there's 39 years of comedy material wandering around in my head."

One More Visit with the Class of 2018

Some of our favorite Boise Weekly Citizens from the past year.
Advocates, ambassadors, artists, healers, interpreters and William Shatner.

Carolyn Robb

Check out a past British Royal Chef's recipe for chocolate biscuit cake.

Bridgette McAbee

"It's all about keeping the quality up. A lot of people don't care as much about pies as I do."
Nothing says lovin' like somethin' from the oven.

Faiz Shakir

"You've heard us say, 'See you in court.' Well, my job is to make sure that we also say, 'See you in the street. See you in the legislature. See you at the ballot box.'"
A conversation with the ACLU National Political Director.

Santa Johnny

"My wish is for a more loving and peaceful world. I've seen many changes over the years, but Christmas still brings a bit of hope."
Boise Weekly gets a few minutes with the busiest guy in town.

Sandi Duncan

Farmers' Almanac editor says their forecast formula is top secret.
"We actually have someone that we call a 'weather calculator.' We keep his identity secret because the forecast is a proprietary secret."

Devoney Looser

Jane Austen expert on saying new things about old books, marrying another Austen scholar, and Pride and Prejudice and Zombies
"As long as we keep making new things about her... there will be things to say."

Maryann Karimi

"I just forgot how much I loved working with people and flowers, and making people's days and putting smiles on their faces."
The Broadway Albertsons' head florist talks Thanksgiving centerpieces

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