The Record Exchange is celebrating 40 years in business by welcoming back previous staff members and all of the customers who have made all of its days glory days. To show its appreciation, The RX will host a First Thursday bash 5-9 p.m. with free Payette Brewing sips, 40 percent off deals a…

Lincoln High School, where Paper Tigers is set, is only a four-hour drive from Boise, which means the award-winning documentary hits both literally and figuratively close to home. The 2015 film written and directed by James Redford tells the story of how a school plagued with violence, poor …

Boise sure loves its dogs. In recent years, the City of Trees has showed up on WalletHub's list of Most Pet-Friendly Cities and was named one of the top 10 pet-owning states by the American Veterinary Medical Association, with a reported 62% of households including at least one furry friend.…

Each First Thursday, the Boise Art Museum stays open late to offer guests docent-led tours, art talks and a few hours of time to create their own exhibit-inspired works, all in exchange for an optional donation. This week, First Thursday events at BAM will focus on the new exhibit Rick Barto…

This year, the annual Art for Animals fundraiser at Gallery 601 is taking a walk on the wild side. Proceeds from the popular auction, which in the past raised $10,000 for the Idaho Humane Society, will benefit Zoo Boise critters and their wild counterparts by funding the zoo's conservation m…

According to craftbeer.com, Thursday, Aug. 3—a.k.a. National IPA Day—is "an opportunity for the entire craft beer culture to combine forces and advocate craft beer through increased education and global awareness."

It's not every day that everyday people get to display their art at a gallery for the world to see. On First Thursday, though, Ming Studios is offering them that chance. The newest exhibition at Ming, Print Boise 2017, is a collection of "hand-pulled ink impressions" made by Boise citizens w…

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