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How will the media be selected to witness the Rhoades Execution?
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Fidel Nshombo, refugee from the Rwandan genocide was honored with a flag that has flown over the U.S. capitol to commemorate his citizenship.
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JIm Longden of Vapoligy raps about the City Council's proposed ordinances, how e-cigarettes work, and how he creates his flavors.
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Friday, Oct. 21, Whole Foods broke ground on its first Idaho location: downtown Boise.
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Ballet Idaho dancers practice sword fighting and swashbuckling to get ready for Aarrrg! Pirates!
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Boise artist Surel Mitchell passed away Oct., 10, 2011, only several weeks after this interview with her when she received an award for her work fr...
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Boise Weekly's Annual Cover Auction is happening on Nov. 2, at The Linen Building.

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Lisa Young and the Snake River Alliance organized a day of bike-bound protest/activism for clean energy.
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Matt Groll owns the Ben and Jerry's in Downtown Boise. His cow-themed traffic box outside his business was recently stripped of its spots.
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Dave Dahl, founder of Dave's Killer Bread, speaks to at-risk youth about how baking helped him turn his life around after prison, and about the imp...
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Rebecca Scott gets challenged to a guitar duel and Mark Allen to a thumb-wrestling match. Who will emerge the Best of Boise?
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Actor, writer and radio host Harry Shearer discusses his new documentary, The Big Uneasy, a film about infrastructure failings during Hurricane Kat...
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As soldiers return to Boise from conflict abroad, they face new challenges integrating back into civillian life.
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BW Reporter Andrew Mentzer goes skydiving to learn more about the Perrine Bridge festival in Twin Falls, a BASE jumping event to raise money for ch...
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Songwriter Josh Ritter, an Idaho native, discusses his novel, Bright's Passage, with Boise Weekly at an August 2011 performance at The Record Excha...
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For the homeless, summer is day in the park. BW takes a look at the unique challenges they face in hot weather.
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Boise's wastewater treatment facility faces expensive new requirements that may affect your bill.
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Local men march through downtown Boise in high heels to raise awareness of domestic violence.
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A video tour of booze-related games in Boise.
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A video tour of the many outdoor recreation opportunities clustered together in Boise.
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Boiseans set the world record for time in a one-mile dash seated on a rubber ball.
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Bike Polo Tournament held for Pedal for the People Festival at the Stone House.
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BW spoke with Idahoans on the street about the national debt ceiling crisis and how they believe the federal decision will affect their lives.
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Local singers audition to sing the national anthem before Boise Hawks games.
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Members of the Utah Scorpions quad rugby team teach a clinic at Fort Boise Community Center on how to get involved in the sport.
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Idahoans for Responsible Education Reform deliver over 200,000 signatures to the Idaho Secretary of State to put a referendum on the Luna education...
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The Utah Scorpions quad rugby team came to Boise in May, 2011, to teach a clinic on wheelchair rugby at Fort Boise Community Center.
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Interview with Erza Haliti, the 2011 Miss Idaho USA.
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Jared Mees and the Grown Children play "The Tallest Building in Hell," at Ranch Fest 2011.