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  1. Headlines for Feb. 24, 2017: What to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Boise Weekly

    The tug-of-war between President Donald Trump and the FBI inched closer to a mud pit this morning when Trump blasted the bureau over a CNN report that FBI officials refused a White House request to push back against recent Trump-Russia stories. The news network said multiple government officials confirmed the White House had sought the help of the FBI to say previous reports were wrong and there had been no Trump-related contacts with Russia during the 2016 campaign.

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  2. Busy Street, Contentious Issue: Protesters Stand for Planned Parenthood at The GroveRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boise Weekly

    One of Boise's busiest streets got a taste of one of 2017's most contentious issues Thursday, as more than 100 demonstrators lined up in front of The Grove Hotel to protest congressional Republican-led efforts to strip Planned Parenthood of funding. "We're here to let our delegation know we're against defunding Planned Parenthood," said Planned Parenthood Idaho Legislative Director Misty Tolman , who organized the rally.

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  3. Headlines for Feb. 23, 2017: What To KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Boise Weekly

    It has taken President Donald Trump very little time to erase much of the governmental and social change engineered by former-President Barack Obama. Trump's latest rescission targets protections for transgender students.

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  4. Boise Man Admits Roman Candle Sparked Massive Table Rock FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    The 2,500-acre Table Rock fire, sparked in the Wild Horse subdivision, ripped down the Boise Foothills toward the Warm Springs Mesa and Harris Ranch subdivisions. A Boise man admitted Wednesday morning that he was responsible for the June 2016 Table Rock Fire , which lit up the Boise Foothills, scorched more than 2,500 acres, destroyed a home and put hundreds of residents in jeopardy.

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  5. Headlines for Feb. 22, 2017: What to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    Two of President Donald Trump's top cabinet officials are reportedly in disagreement over a draft executive order that would reverse Obama-era protections for transgender students in public schools. According to The New York Times , the order would undo former-President Barack Obama's directive that transgender students be allowed to use the bathroom of their choice.

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  6. Awesome Show, Great JobRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    Not to bore you with the details of my editorial lifestyle, but part of my routine is to take home printouts of Boise Weekly and give them a final read on Monday nights. I'll be honest, sometimes this is an almighty chore.

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  7. Harry Potter Party:Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    The most recent installment in the Harry Potter Universe, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them , didn't come out until nearly two weeks after Halloween 2016. There is no doubt this oversight cost the marketing department at Universal Studios plenty in lost merchandise opportunities, but it was also a huge letdown for Harry Potter fans.

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  8. Mardi Gras CelebrationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    Boise is no New Orleans, but there are plenty of opportunities to get down on Mardi Gras in the City of Trees. Humpin' Hannah's is hosting an A.B.C. - Anything But Clothes - Bash with cash prizes for the best costumes on Ta Ta Tuesday.

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  9. The Hand; Feb. 23, RX; Feb. 24, NeuroluxRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    The seeds of local band The Hand were sown around 20 years ago and, though it has been changed by tragedy and time, the band still - or maybe more accurately, again - delivers power rock/punk. To say The Hand's sound has matured isn't at all to suggest it is dated or appeals only to seniors.

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  10. Melinda QuickRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 22 | Boise Weekly

    On a circuitous route back to her hometown of Boise, Melinda Quick followed many forks in the road. After studying neuroscience, animal science and painting at Sarah Lawrence College - and spending a semester in Florence, Italy - Quick landed in a world she's comfortable in: cinema.

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  11. Ron Campbell, Animator of The Beatles, Scooby Doo, Flintsones, Coming to Boise With Art ShowcaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 21 | Boise Weekly

    Ron Campbell, the man behind some of the most iconic pop art of the 1960s-including the film Yellow Submarine , The Beatles Saturday morning cartoon series, Scooby Doo, George of the Jungle , the Flintstones , The Jetsons and more-will be in Boise Friday, March 24-Sunday, March 26 to showcase some of his work at the LaBry Fine Art Gallery . Campbell, animator of 1968's Yellow Submarine , which was inspired by the Beatles album of the same name and starring the Fab Four themselves, was also director of The Beatles cartoon series, which received monstrous Saturday morning ratings on ABC from 1965 to 1969.

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  12. Flying M Coffeegarage Will Stop Hosting Live MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 20 | Boise Weekly

    The stage at Flying M Coffeegarage in Nampa, one of the city's few venues for live music, will soon stand empty after the popular gathering place ends its long run hosting live performances. "We've been doing live music for 10 years, so I definitely have some emotions attached to it and feel sad about it," said Flying M Manager Caleb McKim.

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  13. Ukulele Master Jake Shimabukuro in Boise March 5 at The EgyptianRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 19 | Boise Weekly

    Peace-loving ukulele wizard Jake Shimabukuro isn't a stranger to Boise, but he could play here every week and we wouldn't grow tired of him. Shimabukuro's skill, style and technique introduced the ukulele to a whole new audience, and the joyful yet reverent way he approaches the sweet little stringed instrument has made him one of the most beloved artists working today.

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  14. Dry Creek Ranch Plan is a Lesson For YesterdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 18 | Boise Weekly

    I ride my road bike through the Dry Creek area all the time. It's an attractive route that combines steep, rolling hills and long straightaways.

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  15. 'Utter Chaos': ACLU, University of Idaho Attorney Panel...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 17 | Boise Weekly

    According to University of Idaho College of Law Associate Professor Kate Evans, President Donald Trump's recent executive orders on immigration have caused "utter chaos." "Immigration has taken on a new providence since the election of Donald Trump," said Evans, who is also the director of the Immigration Clinic at the U of I. Evans spoke as part of a panel discussion hosted by the university in Moscow, which was attended by ACLU-Idaho Legal Director Ritchie Eppink, Andrade Legal founder Maria Andrade, student adviser Carolina Silva and UndocuQueer representative and Washington State University student Maria Yepez.

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  16. Boise Brewing and B-Town Bistro Buddy Up for Brewer's Dinner Feb. 18Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Boise Weekly

    The perfect pairing is a sight to behold, and on Saturday, Feb. 18, you can see one for yourself when Boise Brewing and B-Town Bistro come together for a Brewer's Dinner, which includes four delicious courses, each matched with an equally delicious brew. This dinner-and-drinks delight starts at 5 p.m., and tickets are $35 per person.

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  17. Slideshow: Boise Student Walkout-Protest of Ed. Secretary DeVos Not Fake NewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 16 | Boise Weekly

    Though some of them aren't old enough to vote, many of those with the most at stake in public education gathered at the Idaho State Capitol steps this morning as part of a student walk-out and public rally to protest the confirmation of billionaire and charter school enthusiast Betsy DeVos as U.S. Secretary of Education. "The Idaho government didn't hear us when we called them.

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  18. Measure to Provide Anonymity for Lottery Winners Moves Forward at Idaho LegislatureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Boise Weekly

    A proposal to provide more confidentiality for lottery winners got pushback Wednesday from the Idaho State Lottery Commission, but was ultimately approved by a legislative panel. "This idea came to me from one of my constituents: an elderly lady who was a lottery winner but was quickly harassed by phone calls and people showing up at her door, trying to separate her from her winnings," said Rep. Lynn Luker .

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  19. State and Lemp's Kris Komori Nabs Second James Beard Nod for Best Chef: NorthwestRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Boise Weekly

    State and Lemp Chef de Cuisine Kris Komori earned his second nod as semifinalist for the James Beard Best Chef: Northwest award. Two Idahoans have made the cut as semifinalists in the 2017 Restaurant and Chef Awards, bestowed by the prestigious James Beard Foundation .

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  20. Headlines for Feb. 15, 2017: What to KnowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 15 | Boise Weekly

    Boise school officials are nervously awaiting the planned walkout of a number of high-school students Thursday ahead of a 10 a.m. demonstration on the steps of the Idaho Statehouse. Students will be protesting the recent confirmation of Betsy DeVos as U.S. secretary of education.

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