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Meriwether Cider House Hosts Service Industry Night, Preps
for Full Opening

Meriwether Cider House Hosts Service Industry Night, Preps for Full Opening

In January, Boise Weekly readers learned that cider-makers Meriwether Cider would open Idaho’s first-ever cider house—one of less than 30 such establishments in the United States. On Aug. 30, the downtown Boise Meriwether Cider House held a service industry event, teasing the official debut of the popular cidery’s much-anticipated second location. A full opening will take […]

August 31, 2018: What to Know

August 31, 2018: What to Know

President Donald Trump has canceled raises for federal employees next year. The New York Times reports that after being rebuffed by the courts in his attempt to peel back union protections of federal workers, “Trump took aim elsewhere on Thursday: at their paychecks.” Congress may still move to overturn Trump’s decision. “Federal agency budgets cannot […]

Flying M Coffeehouse to Close for Remodeling

Flying M Coffeehouse to Close for Remodeling

Not to upset anybody’s morning routine, but Flying M Coffeehouse in downtown Boise is bracing to close for remodeling. By now, some patrons will have noticed the game trail rutted into the floor between the front door and the cash register, and the ceiling lights—seemingly the building’s first fixtures. These elements and more have long […]

24 Things to Do in Boise in September 2018

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August 30, 2018: What to Know

August 30, 2018: What to Know

Less than a day after winning gubernatorial primaries in their respective efforts to become Florida’s next governor, Republican Ron DeSantis described Democrat Andrew Gillum as an “articulate spokesman” for far-left views and worried that Gillum, an African-American, would “monkey” up Florida’s progress. The New York Times reports that DeSantis joins a long list of of […]

Nuclear Safety Board Slams Energy Department Plan to Weaken
Oversight

Nuclear Safety Board Slams Energy Department Plan to Weaken Oversight

This article was produced in partnership with The Santa Fe New Mexican, which is a member of the ProPublica Local Reporting Network. A new Department of Energy order that could be used to withhold information from a federal nuclear safety board and prevent the board from overseeing worker safety at nuclear facilities appears to violate […]

August 29, 2018: What to Know

August 29, 2018: What to Know

The late U.S. Sen. John McCain will lie in state at the Arizona State Capitol today. A memorial service in Phoenix, Ariz., on Thursday, Aug. 30, will include a tribute from former Vice President Joe Biden. McCain’s body will then be flown to Washington, D.C., where he will lie in state at the U.S. Capitol. […]

Labor Pains Gains: Idaho Union Leaders See Uptick in
Engagement

Labor Pains Gains: Idaho Union Leaders See Uptick in Engagement

Each September for the last few decades, reporters assigned to write a Labor Day story have reached into a rather shallow bucket of cliches when chronicling the state of unions in Idaho. Sooner, rather than later, a writer inevitably dusts off the old chestnut, “labor pains,” when referring to the status of union membership in […]