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In this edition of One Block at a Time, we take a look inside 10 Barrel Brewing, newly opened in a 100-year-old warehouse on Bannock Street.

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Mark Seeley spent years writing, advocating for the homeless and once ran for Boise City Council--and had his share of run-ins with the Boise Polic...
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Multiple bands from Treefort Music Festival perform King of the Road, by Roger Miller.
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Instrumental guitar whiz Delicate Steve stopped by BW's Treefortress to try his delicate hands a game of Jenga and answer a few questions about his...
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Vancouver BC punks White Lung give BW a lungful about why they're tired of being called a chick band, just cause their band is loaded with ladies.
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Boise Weekly sits down with Death Songs frontman Nick Delffs to have a bowl of Life cereal and talk about what brought him back to Boise from Portl...
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BW asked people on the street what sort of dance they thought would go with Treefort band The Terror Pigeon Dance Revolt.
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BW asked people on the street what sort of dance they think goes with a band called Rollersnakes, who will be playing at Treefort.
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A stroll through the trade show floor at SXSW and a look at some new musical instruments on display.
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Peter Sagal, host of Wait Wait Don't Tell Me, NPR's news quiz show, discusses his new documentary series, Constitution USA with Boise Weekly at the...
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BW talks to Idaho sheriffs after they come out against the possibility of federal gun control measures.
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BW staffer Josh Gross took part in a charity dunk tank in the dead of winter.
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Boise Weekly examines a new legislative proposal to mandate that employers provide a half-hour lunch break.
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BW goes behind the scenes at rehearsals for Boise Contemporary Theater's new play, A Nighttime Survival Guide.
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Former chief economist for the state of Idaho, Mike Ferguson, discusses why he feels cuts to education funding violate the state constitution, and ...
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An interview with two Idaho Falls students that travelled to DC for the inauguration of Barack Obama's second term.
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Members of firefighters pipes and drums bands from across Idaho talk to BW on the streets of D.C.
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A behind the scenes look at Homegrown Theater's production of Living Dead in Denmark.
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BW News Editor George Prentice demonstrates the financial quandary Idaho schools are in the wake of the voters overturning the Luna Laws.
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After the barrage of legislation targeting women in 2012, Planned Parenthood has emerged as a new political force in Idaho.
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DJ and Kibibi, two new patas monkeys, have arrived and are currently in quarantine at Zoo Boise. This is their daily life.
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Historic Boise bar The Bouquet has been closed since January 2012. Owners gave BW a sneak peak at interior renovations.
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Demolition was stalled when officials discovered that the building was strong enough to repel their attempts to tear it down. At first.
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New developments are being proposed in downtown Boise. BW has the scoop.
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BW sat down to talk with Brick Oven Bistro co-owner Stephanie Telesco and discuss the iconic Boise restaurant's closing.
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Zoo Boise director Steve Burns discusses plans for two new patas monkeys and an expanded enclosure at Zoo Boise.
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BW got its hands on new plans to build retail spaces in one of Boise's best-known downtown parking lots.
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Ada County tests its counting equipment in advance of the 2012 election.
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Idaho Senator Mike Crapo discusses the severity of the threat and the likelihood of a special session of Congress to address the "fiscal cliff."
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Idaho Senator Mike Crapo discusses different economic plans depending on who wins the U.S. Presidency.
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BW gets a tour of the new Whole Foods being built at Broadway and Front streets.
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Ada County has launched a new website to help voters displaced by the 2012 census. Here's how it works.
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BW reporters Josh Gross and Andrew Crisp compete head to head and gut to gut in the second annual Sloppy Joe Eating Contest, hosted by Archie's Pla...
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A preview of the Bodies Revealed human anatomy exhibit at Discovery Center of Idaho.
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BW's 11th Annual Cover Auction to be held Wednesday, Oct. 17 at the Idaho State Historical Museum. $5. Proceeds to benefit BW's local arts grant pr...
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BW pays a trip to a local corn maze wading into the 2012 presidential election.
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In the first installment of a new, exclusive video series, Boise Weekly goes inside the former Boise Public Library at 815 Washington Street, now t...
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BW talks to people at the Hyde Park Street Fair about the Broncos and Best of Boise.
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Shadowy forces level allegations against Shu's Idaho Running Company.
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BW attends Art in the Park to ask attendees why the park wasn't good enough on its own.
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A shadowy group attacks Boise Fry Company's reputation.
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Is Alan Heathcock Boise's best living writer, or the greatest shame perpetrated on the American public since the moon landing?
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BW takes a trip to a local cable-boarding park.
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At the 2012 208 Music Video Show, BW asked people to submit whatever pictures or videos they had on their iPhone to be used for a music video edite...
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Interview with artist Nathan Craven about Construct, his installation at Boise State.
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Interview and rehearsal footage with Daisy's Madhouse about its forthcoming production of November by David Mamet.
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District 18 has expanded in a way that may have big effects.
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Video preview of Levi Middlebrooks: Back 2 Boyzee, a new play by Boise writers Evan Sesek and Jason Haskins.
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BW asks people what kind of car they drove to giant bicycle festival Tour de Fat.
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Allegiant Airlines announced two new routes to and from Boise.
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An examination of the economics and culture of sports in Boise.
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Excerpts from BW's Citizen interview with radio hosts Nic and Big J of 100.3 The X.
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A 1991 report on Caldwell's self-image found that a billboard advertising libertarian slogans, one that recently came under fire for comparing Pres...
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BW visits new camping venue Captain Harry's Oasis, outside Mountain Home, Idaho.
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Boise's Crooked Fence Brewery staged a belly flop contest in the back parking lot of The Lift, a bar on State St. This is what it looked like.
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Cancer patient delivers 100,000 signatures asking Idaho's largest insurance provider not to deny her claim.
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Video of dancers from Ballet Idaho dancing in specially-designed Soundsuits by artist Nick Cave.
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BW went on a video tour of Boise's safest locales to wait out the apocalypse.
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Matt Gelsthorpe, Boise Co-op's Beer Guy explains why certain beers are better at certain temperatures.
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BW asked random people on the street questions from the test that refugees must pass to become U.S. citizens.
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The Discovery Center of Idaho focused on the topic of explosions for its monthly Adult Night series, and blew up a lot of stuff, including Coke and...
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Late-night frog hunting in Nampa, Idaho.