'Red Joan': The Spy Who Loved Him

'Red Joan': The Spy Who Loved Him

An elderly woman, dubbed "Granny Spy," was described as "the most important female agent ever recruited by the USSR."
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Lauren McLean Files to Run for Boise Mayor

On May 20, Boise City Council President Lauren McLean filed paperwork to run for mayor.

May 20, 2019: What to Know

Morehouse College seniors receive a stunning graduation present, the FAA investigates an Owyhee County plane crash, Eurovision picks a new winner, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? gets canceled and Pringles will pay someone $10,000 if they can guess the mystery flavor of its new potato chip.

Boise Artist Camilla Dahlin's Work Inspires a Four-Course Meal

The dinner, a partnership with Camel's Crossing and Figgy Bakes, will take place Monday, May 20, at 6:30 p.m.

Slideshow: Rain Can't Dampen the Spirit of Boise's Russian Food Festival

The Russian Food Festival runs until 9 p.m. on Friday, May 17, and from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. on Saturday, May 18, in the side yard of the St. Seraphim of Sarov Orthodox Church.

Garth Brooks on Sold Out Concert: 'HOLY COW BOISE! I'M STUNNED!'

The concert will be performed in the round, meaning seats in all traditional sections of Albertsons Stadium will be occupied. Additionally, promoters added 20 more seating sections on the stadium's floor.

May 17, 2019: What to Know

The SAT will add a so-called "diversity" score, tickets to see Garth Brooks in Boise go on sale today, Theresa May says she'll soon step down as Britain's PM, a new study warns about eye damage from LED lighting and get set for this weekend's game-changing finale of Game of Thrones.

Downtown Boise Association Announces Additional Alive After Five Acts

Recently released opening acts include Matt Hopper & The Roman Candles, Jonathan Warren and The Billy Goats, and Hamish Anderson.

Bikers Honor the Fallen at Boise Bike Week Ride of Silence

The rules on Boise streets may be different for cyclists than they are for cars—i.e. the Idaho Stop—but there are ethics we all have to share: Be aware, be predictable and be responsible.

May 16, 2019: What to Know

New York Mayor Bill de Blasio is running for President in 2020, today marks the end of an era for the Marian Pritchett School in Boise, the FCC makes a bold move to battle robocalls and a stainless steel rabbit sculpture breaks an art auction record.

CCDC is Building a Secure Bike Storage Area for Downtown Boise Commuters

"Whether that's carpooling, think biking, what we want to offer people, commuters primarily, is a secure, indoor facility for them to park their bikes."

Garden City's Western Collective Brewery to Add Outdoor Wading Pool, Hot Dog Cart

Both additions will open for the brewery's Memorial Day Pool Party and Weenie Roast from 10 a.m.-11 p.m. on Friday, May 24.

May 15, 2019: What to Know

San Francisco pushes back against facial recognition technology, the Boise River will drop a bit further today, Hollywood mourns the passing of Tim Conway, the curtain goes up on the Cannes Film Festival and Disney takes full control of Hulu.

This is What Change Looks Like

"Soon after I became a firefighter, a young lady, maybe 6 years old, come up to me and asked, 'Can I be a firefighter and a princess?'"

Anonymously Single: An Introduction

"I'm excited for this adventure connecting with you and swapping stories about the men we love, hate and can't seem to get rid of."

Stephanie Bender-Kitz and Karan Tucker

"We joke that we've probably done more due diligence in this relationship than either one of us did prior to getting married."

'Red Joan': The Spy Who Loved Him

An elderly woman, dubbed "Granny Spy," was described as "the most important female agent ever recruited by the USSR."

The Brazilian Way: Dining Rodizio-Style at Texas de Brazil in Meridian

Texas de Brazil is known for its massive skewers of meat, cooked over an open flame and carved tableside.

A Novel of Edible Proportions: 'The Chef's Secret' Serves Up Renaissance Italy

On Thursday, May 23, at 7 p.m., King will bring the page-turning novel to Boise for a reading at Rediscovered Books.

Colossal Cinematic Showcase to Roll Out Red Carpet

Country Club Reel Theatre, Sunday, May 19

Snooze at the Zoo

Zoo Boise, Friday and Saturday, May 17 and 18

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