Idaho Commission on the Arts Names Malia Collins Writer-in-Residence

A native of Hawaii, Collins now lives in Boise and teaches English and Creative Writing at the College of Western Idaho. She also taught with The Cabin's Writers in the Schools program.

Stephanie Wilde Introspective at BAM: 'The Humanities Make Us Human'

"These are tough subjects that we really need to address or at least be aware of, be compassionate about and be open to solutions."

Idaho Shakespeare Festival's 'The Music Man'

Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Friday-Sunday, June 28-Sept. 1

Fifth-Annual Bosnian & Herzegovinian Heritage Day

Julius M. Kleiner Park, Saturday, June 29

International Asteroid Day

Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, Saturday, June 29

World Village Fest: Around the World in Three Days

"Our goal was to help people be more comfortable with the diversity and gain an understanding of people who now call Idaho home."
Bridging cultures through music, storytelling and food

Anonymously Single: 'Paul,' Part 1

"I wanted him to know he was appreciated so we made out in his truck and somehow I managed to get a rug burn on my knee."

Boise Kind Day

Various locations, Saturday, June 22

At Boise City Hall Pride Flag Raising, A Call for Inclusion

"You're loved, you're wanted, and your city believes you should be treated with dignity and respect."

The Art of Growing Up: Word Collector Laura Pellegrinelli Turns Opinions on Boise Growth Into Artwork

‘I dream of working with growth because it’s really huge, and it’s alive."

Emily Ruskovich Novel 'Idaho' Wins Dublin Literary Award

"It is difficult to know how to respond to the magnitude of this kindness that has been so suddenly bestowed upon me."

HomeGrown Theatre Extends Run of 'D&D' Play 'She Kills Monsters'

The 'Dungeons & Dragons'-inspired play will get a second run, from Thursday, June 27, to Saturday, July 6.

30 Years and the Thousand Voices of Pride

"I've been pushing stuff like this from the very beginning, and looking back, it was pretty revolutionary for Boise to do something like that at the time."
Boise Pride will put history first in 2019

A History of Pride, Nationally and Internationally

Violence, discrimination and, ultimately, pride
In the United States, the event that put the Pride movement on its trajectory was the Stonewall Riots.

Jaimie Wilson: 'Prides Are My Favorite Because There's So Much Love There'

Wilson performs Friday, June 14, on the Boise Pride Main Stage
Jaimie Wilson's latest single, "Everything is New," is a duet, with himself.

Aquaria: 'At This Point, My Whole Life is a Pride Celebration'

Aquaria performs Saturday, June 15, on the Boise Pride Main Stage
Aquaria was the Season 10 champion of RuPaul's Drag Race

Boise Pride Tickets

There's a very long list of free events at this year's bigger-than-ever Boise Pride.

Title From Boise Developer Ponywolf Praised in U.K. 'Guardian' Best-Game List

The Guardian praised the game's intuitive learning curve and accessibility: "If you like the idea of card-battler games like Hearthstone but are put off by their competitiveness, try Knights of the Card Table."

'Steel Medicine:' A Dose of Margaret Jacobs at the Boise Art Museum

"From early on, story-telling and making have been an integral part of my life, and I see my family's lineage built into my work."

Anonymously Single: 'Reilly'

"Now, obviously we weren't close enough that we belonged on a compound in rural Kentucky or anything, but you can see the obvious problem."

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