Bringing Dance to the Silver Screen

Bringing Dance to the Silver Screen

The Idaho Screendance Festival, which will run Friday-Saturday, April 26-27, at the Boise State University Special Events Center, will screen 36 films with a common subject: dance.

2019 Boise Ice Cream Festival Updates Event Schedule, Reveals Locations

The festival has expanded its schedule, and events are now set to pop up downtown from Tuesday, May 28, through Saturday, June 15, with more still pouring in.

San Francisco-Based Spin Releases e-Scooters in Boise

Spin released 50 e-scooters on the street of Boise on Saturday—a number well below the number of devices it's allowed to release per its license with the city.

April 24, 2019: What to Know

Fire rips through a Boise apartment building, the Boise River approaches "bankfull" stage, Rite Aid and Walgreens bump up the age to buy tobacco products and the reviews are in for Avengers: Endgame.

Idaho's Best Sellers

Celebrating Independent Bookstore Day across the Gem State

Getting the Bandshell Back Together

"Rather than just rebuild what had been destroyed, we thought, let's improve some features to make the bandshell more performer-friendly and a more attractive venue."

Garden City Artist-in-Residence Lynn Webster Explores Concepts of Home with Printmaking

On Saturday, April 27, when an exhibition of Webster's work opens at the house, Surel's Place will also host its first ever artHome tour from 2-4:30 p.m.

Bringing Dance to the Silver Screen

The Idaho Screendance Festival, which will run Friday-Saturday, April 26-27, at the Boise State University Special Events Center, will screen 36 films with a common subject: dance.

Moananuiakea: One Ocean. One Canoe. One People

Egyptian Theatre, Thursday, May 2

The Flicks to Screen Warsaw Ghetto Doc for Holocaust Remembrance Day

"It’s not just an event in history—these are real people.”

Living Voices: 'Within the Silence'

The Morrison Center, Thursday, April 25

The Human Condition Is Dying: Boise Artist Sue Latta Explores Love and Decay

“I’m all about the magic. If there’s magic in art, I love it. And I try to make magic as much as I can."

The Cactus Blossoms

Neurolux, Sunday, April 28

Boise's Tylor & the Train Robbers to Release Sophomore Album

The band will perform at The Record Exchange on Thursday, April 25, and at The Sapphire Room on Friday, April 26, to celebrate the release of Best of the Worst Kind.

Mad Swede Food Showdown

Mad Swede Brewing, Friday, April 26

Bar Hopper: Fetch the Good Life at White Dog Brewing

"My advice is to always sit at the bar. A 24-foot strip of ice runs down its length."

ZOKU Iced Coffee Maker

Within a minute or two, you've got a deliciously chilled cup of coffee or tea (minus the now-unnecessary ice).

Boise Co-op Introduces More Eco-Friendly Deli Packaging

Boise Co-op announced April 22 that it is making "a big packaging shift to non-petroleum based bioplastics."

Dr. Marlene Tromp Hired as First Female President in Boise State History

“It will be an exciting new chapter for me to come to Boise State. I will be proud to lead the dedicated faculty and staff as they serve the students and Idaho, and to advance the transformative work of the institution."

April 23, 2019: What to Know

ISIS claims responsibility for the Easter bombings in Sri Lanka, Nampa crosses the 100,000-resident population threshold, the Boise River flows faster, a court rules that chalking tires is unconstitutional and a happy 1st birthday to Prince Louis.

Boise Rescue Mission Will Host Outdoor Sleepover, Dubbed 'Sleepless in the Valley,' This Summer

Participants will be given a cot and offered some cardboard if they want to build a makeshift shelter to sleep under.

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