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          Hospital Staff Line Hallway To Pay Organ Donor Respect Before He Dies And He Lets Them Film It      Cache   Translate Page      

Doctors at St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center in Idaho wheeled a 53-year-old man from intensive care to the operating room. As the team wheeled him through the building, something incredible took place inside the hospital. That’s because the man, who was about to be taken off life support, was also an organ donor. You see, every...

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          Weller Combines Innovative Design with Classic Durability in Their Debut Bag Collection      Cache   Translate Page      

Handmade at their Boise, Idaho headquarters, Weller Bags are designed to last a lifetime

(PRWeb October 09, 2018)

Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/weller_combines_innovative_design_with_classic_durability_in_their_debut_bag_collection/prweb15827602.htm


          America's top "foodie city" is in the PNW      Cache   Translate Page      
Where do you think the nation's best "foodie city" is? If you guessed right here in the Pacific Northwest, you're right. Portland tops the list and Seattle is also in the top 10!

WalletHub, the personal-finance website, says it chose the cities based on the best and cheapest local food scenes. They compared more than 180 of the nation's largest cities across 29 categories, including affordability and accessibility of high-quality restaurants to food festivals per capita and how many craft breweries and wineries there are. Portland came in at number 1.

Here are the other top ten finishers:

2. San Francisco, CA

3. Miami, FL

4. New York, NY

5. Los Angeles, CA

6 Orlando, FL

7. Las Vegas, NV

8. Seattle, WA

9. San Diego, CA

10. Austin Texas

Spokane ranked #54 and Tacoma ranked #94. Some other interesting local notes, when it comes to the lowest average beer and wine prices, two places in Idaho tied for the fifth lowest price in the nation: Boise and Nampa. Seattle had the highest price for beer and wine in the nation. Portland and Seattle tied with Santa Rosa, CA, for the cities with the most breweries and wineries per capita in the nation. Portland and Seattle also tied for first place with New York and San Francisco for the cities with the most coffee shops per person.

To see the entire report, please click here.

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          Debating driver-less cars on Idaho roads      Cache   Translate Page      
The Idaho Department of Transportation will host a public meeting for Governor C.L. "Butch" Otter's task force on autonomous and connected vehicles

Governor Otter created the Autonomous and Connected Vehicle Testing and Deployment Committee in Jan. 2018 to study controlled testing and operation of autonomous vehicles in real-world driving conditions in Idaho.

The committee is comprised of industry leaders and members from multiple state agencies, including Idaho State Police, the Department of Commerce and ITD.

The committee's first report of findings and recommendations will be submitted to the Governor's Office no later than Nov. 2018.

ITD will host its next public meeting Oct. 16, in Boise.


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          Idaho joins initiative to boost student success in college      Cache   Translate Page      
Idaho is joining an initiative designed to keep first-year college students in school by improving success rates during the freshman year.

According to the Idaho State Board of Education, the Momentum Pathways Project, was developed by the Complete College America Alliance, a network of states and higher education institutions working to create evidence-based "Game Changer" strategies to help first-year college students stay on track to degree completion.

The Momentum Pathways model uses data to identify problems and restructure delivery systems to improve student confidence through such meaningful approaches as helping them earn more credits earlier in their college career.

"The State Board of Education is excited to take part in this year's Momentum Pathways cohort," State Board President Dr. Linda Clark said. "This initiative will also help our institutions reach the Board's student achievement goals and advance Governor Otter's Higher Education Task Force recommendations adopted in 2017."

The Momentum Pathways Project creates a three-year implementation timeline and includes structured implementation support from CCA staff and content experts.

Presidents and provosts from each of Idaho's public institutions, along with the Board's executive officers, will meet in Boise later this month to develop an operational framework for accomplishing statewide student success goals. CCA will be investing approximately a half-million dollars in technical support and services to develop system-wide strategies and scale implementation across Idaho colleges and universities.

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          Trying Not To Break Down — A Homeless Teen Navigates Middle School      Cache   Translate Page      
About 2.5 million children in America are homeless. In Boise, Idaho, 14-year-old Caydden Zimmerman struggles with the anxieties of middle school while living in a homeless shelter.
          Ouvrier d'atelier - Porte pré-assemblée - Boiseries Raymond Québec - Québec City, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Machiner et/ou assembler différents produits tels que trappe de toit, bâti de porte escamotable, tête française, moulure, portes, trou de poignée, verrou,...
From Indeed - Tue, 02 Oct 2018 20:27:28 GMT - View all Québec City, QC jobs
          Drivers / 2-Man Teams Needed with 26 Foot Box Truck / Boise      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Drivers / 2-Man Teams Needed with 26 Foot Box Truck / Boise COMPANY: Premier Product Management “If Your Wheels Aren’t Turning, You Aren’t Making Money. Let Us Help You Move That Truck!” PREMIER PRODUCT MANAGEMENT IS LOOKING FOR 2-MAN CONTRACTOR TEAMS OR OWNER-OPERATORS OPERATING 26’ STRAIGHT TRUCKS IN THE BOISE AREA FOR DELIVERY & INSTALLATION OF APPLIANCES. We offer: Ability to increase your rev
          Tarte aux pommes façon crumble sans blé et sans beurre       Cache   Translate Page      
tarte crumble , pommes , dessert facile , épeautre , IG bas , healthy



Avec l'arrivée de l'automne débute la saison des pommes et donc des desserts à la pomme : en crumble , au four , en cake , en tarte ... je les adore sous toutes les formes le plus dur c'est de choisir une nouvelle recette pour la tester . J'avais  repéré la recette sur un site que j'aime beaucoup pour sa cuisine équilibrée à IG bas : Saines et gourmandises . Cette tarte est réalisée sur le principe des desserts américains , la même pâte est utilisée en dessous et au dessus , et on ajoute un peu de farine et là de noix pour avoir la pâte du crumble . C'est vraiment très facile , rapide à faire et cette recette peut s'adapter à tous les fruits de saison . J'ai fait cette recette avec de la farine d'épeautre , très peu de sucre (honnêtement presque trop peu la première fois que je l'ai goûtée mais finalement avec les pommes et les raisins secs l'équilibre est bon )

J'avais déjà testé une version similaire aux framboises : tarte crumble épeautre framboises .


pour 8 personnes :

pour la compote de pommes :
4/5 grosses pommes 
1 cuil à soupe de sucre de coco ou sucre de canne 
1/4 cuil à café de cannelle 
30 gr de raisins secs 

Pour la compote de pommes , je la fais souvent au four en faisant cuire les pommes épluchées , coupées en gros morceaux avec le sucre et la cannelle ,  durant 25 à 30 minutes à 180°C . Sinon vous pouvez aussi les faire cuire à feu doux  pendant 10/15 minutes  dans une casserole à fond épais , en ajoutant une cuillère à soupe d'eau et en couvrant pour qu'elles éclatent . En fin de cuisson ajoutez les raisins secs .
Laissez refroidir la compote ou préparez la la veille .


pour la pâte :
300 gr de farine T110 de petit épeautre 
12 cl d'huile de pépins de raison (car elle n'a pas de goût )
5 cl de sirop d'agave ou de sirop d'érable 
3 cuil à soupe de lait de soja (à la vanille pour la recette , j'ai utilisé du lait non sucré de soja )
1 cuil à soupe d'extrait de vanille
½ cuil à café de fleur de sel

pour le crumble :
les chutes de pâtes
3 à 4 cuil à soupe de farine d'épeautre 
35 gr de cerneaux de noix mixés en poudre 




Préchauffez le four à 180°C .
Versez tous les ingrédients dans le bol du robot , mixez rapidement pour obtenir une texture proche d'une grosse chapelure  ou sinon sans robot , incorporez les ingrédients du bout des doigts pour obtenir la texture .Avec les mains , reformez une boule de pâte , étalez la pâte sur un papier sulfurisé . Découpez un carré de 25x25 cm , récupérez les chutes de pâte . Dans le bol du robot , mettez les chutes de pâte , les noix et 3 cuil à soupe de farine , mixez rapidement pour obtenir une pâte à crumble .
Étalez une couche épaisse de compote de pommes , recouvrez avec la pâte à crumble , tassez légèrement avec le dos de la main . Faites cuire à 30 minutes . 
Dégustez le tiède pour avoir tout le parfum des pommes.




tarte crumble , pommes , dessert facile , épeautre , IG bas , healthy


          Omega Engraving - Boise - Idaho - Client Ratings - Reviews      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Apprenti-peintre - BOISERIES RAYMOND - Deschambault, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Vous êtes à la recherche d'une carrière stimulante et pleine de défis ? Boiseries Raymond vous offre l'opportunité de vous joindre à une équipe engagée et...
From BOISERIES RAYMOND - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 08:51:39 GMT - View all Deschambault, QC jobs
          Peintre finition - Boiseries Raymond - Deschambault, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Vous êtes à la recherche d'une carrière stimulante et pleine de défis ? Boiseries Raymond vous offre l'opportunité de vous joindre à une équipe engagée et...
From Indeed - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 17:37:43 GMT - View all Deschambault, QC jobs
          Trying Not To Break Down — A Homeless Teen Navigates Middle School      Cache   Translate Page      
About 2.5 million children in America are homeless. In Boise, Idaho, 14-year-old Caydden Zimmerman struggles with the anxieties of middle school while living in a homeless shelter.
          Trying Not To Break Down — A Homeless Teen Navigates Middle School      Cache   Translate Page      

About 2.5 million children in America are homeless. In Boise, Idaho, 14-year-old Caydden Zimmerman struggles with the anxieties of middle school while living in a homeless shelter.


          NLO 1300: Fix Your Tits, Boise      Cache   Translate Page      
Patrick is doing shows in Boise, Idaho with James Hesky. James opens up about his recent shitting activity, in a classic podcast overshare. We’ve had some weird shows so far, including a woman yelling the N-word during a show and an alpha male that did not appreciate having his woman insulted. James has been walking […]
          A DNA Test Claims To Tell You How You'll Respond To Depression Medications      Cache   Translate Page      
Many companies make DNA tests that claim to tell you how well you'll respond to certain medicine. Many claim to predict which antidepressants will work for you based on your genetic profile. Two companies, Assurex and Genomind, offer some of the most popular tests. The two companies also work with physicians and pharmacists to provide them to patients. A chain of Albertsons pharmacies in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boise is running a pilot program.
          Apprenti-peintre - BOISERIES RAYMOND - Deschambault, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Vous êtes à la recherche d'une carrière stimulante et pleine de défis ? Boiseries Raymond vous offre l'opportunité de vous joindre à une équipe engagée et...
From BOISERIES RAYMOND - Mon, 30 Jul 2018 08:51:39 GMT - View all Deschambault, QC jobs
          Peintre finition - Boiseries Raymond - Deschambault, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Vous êtes à la recherche d'une carrière stimulante et pleine de défis ? Boiseries Raymond vous offre l'opportunité de vous joindre à une équipe engagée et...
From Indeed - Thu, 14 Jun 2018 17:37:43 GMT - View all Deschambault, QC jobs
          Planning and Zoning Commission denies Boise truck terminal application      Cache   Translate Page      
R+L Carriers wants to build a 77,000 square foot terminal along South Eisenman Road.
          Industrial Electrician - Boise Cascade - Cheyenne, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
\*\*\*\*\*\*Journeyman Electrical license are reciprocal to Oregon from the states of Alaska, Alberta, Arkansas, British Columbia, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho,... $28.53 - $33.92 an hour
From Indeed - Thu, 13 Sep 2018 18:44:44 GMT - View all Cheyenne, WY jobs
          Operations Research Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Build and Integrate Next Generation Data Systems with Business Needs. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism while...
From Micron - Mon, 10 Sep 2018 23:20:43 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Data Science Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Create server based visualization applications that use machine learning and predictive analytic to bring new insights and solution to the business....
From Micron - Wed, 05 Sep 2018 11:18:49 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Intern - Data Scientist (NAND) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
From Micron - Wed, 29 Aug 2018 20:54:50 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Intern - Data Scientist (DRAM) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
From Micron - Mon, 20 Aug 2018 20:48:37 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Director of Sustainability - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Ensure appropriate internal controls and measurement systems are in place to support sustainability efforts. Employee Rewards Program, Healthcare, Paid time off...
From Micron - Thu, 16 Aug 2018 20:38:30 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Premier Product Management Business Opportunity Open House      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Premier Product Management Business Opportunity Open House COMPANY: Premier Product Management PREMIER PRODUCT MANAGEMENT Is Having a Business Opportunity Open House When: Saturday, October 13, 2018 TIME: (Sat) 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM WHERE: 1077 Boeing Ave Boise, ID 83705 If you bring the following with you, it will get you started faster if you find you’re interested! Driver's License Social Security
          92G Food Service Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92G Food Service Specialist Job Description It's said that an army marches on its stomach. If that's the case, you can be the Soldier who keeps the Army National Guard marching on. In the Army National Guard, the Food Service Specialist takes care of the dietary and nutritional needs of fellow Soldiers, ensuring their ability to meet the challenges before them. You'll learn how to plan and prep me
          92G Food Service Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92G Food Service Specialist Job Description It's said that an army marches on its stomach. If that's the case, you can be the Soldier who keeps the Army National Guard marching on. In the Army National Guard, the Food Service Specialist takes care of the dietary and nutritional needs of fellow Soldiers, ensuring their ability to meet the challenges before them. You'll learn how to plan and prep me
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          92F Petroleum Supply Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92F Petroleum Supply Specialist Job Description Like all the vehicles on the road, the Army National Guard can't run without fuel. And it's the Petroleum Supply Specialist who makes sure we keep moving. As an Army National Guard Petroleum Supply Specialist you will ensure the proper handling, storage, and shipment of petroleum-based products, such as oil, fuel, and compressed gas. These are skills
          92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain Job Description As an Automated Logistical Specialist in the Army National Guard, you will learn the ins and outs of supply chain management, from storage and distribution to warehouse management and record keeping. Major duties include: Establishing and maintaining records, such as stock lists, inventory, material control, accounting, and supply
          92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain Job Description As an Automated Logistical Specialist in the Army National Guard, you will learn the ins and outs of supply chain management, from storage and distribution to warehouse management and record keeping. Major duties include: Establishing and maintaining records, such as stock lists, inventory, material control, accounting, and supply
          91M Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 91M Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer Job Description A key component to the U.S. military's pre-eminence in the field is the Bradley Fighting Vehicle. As a member of the team that keeps the vehicle running and operating properly, the Bradley Fighting Vehicle System Maintainer is a vital part of the Army's military dominance. Some of your duties may include: diagnosing and troubleshooting
          92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 92A Automated Logistical Specialist - Supply Chain Job Description As an Automated Logistical Specialist in the Army National Guard, you will learn the ins and outs of supply chain management, from storage and distribution to warehouse management and record keeping. Major duties include: Establishing and maintaining records, such as stock lists, inventory, material control, accounting, and supply
          15T UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 15T UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer Job Description If you're looking to take your mechanical skills to the next level, then join the Army National Guard and watch your future take flight. The wide range of missions and diversity of functions of Guard helicopters require a highly specialized maintenance team for each type of aircraft. As a UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer you will be responsibl
          15T UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-BOISE, 15T UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer Job Description If you're looking to take your mechanical skills to the next level, then join the Army National Guard and watch your future take flight. The wide range of missions and diversity of functions of Guard helicopters require a highly specialized maintenance team for each type of aircraft. As a UH-60 Utility Helicopter Repairer you will be responsibl
          Deli Associate - Boise Co-op - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Operate meat slicer, espresso machine. Maintain a positive company image by providing courteous, friendly, and efficient customer service to both internal and... $10.43 - $16.76 an hour
From Indeed - Mon, 09 Jul 2018 20:46:28 GMT - View all Boise, ID jobs
          Albertsons Companies Pharmacies Release Online Education Tools With Aim to Vaccinate 1.5 Million People This Flu Season      Cache   Translate Page      
Websites include new flu maps, facts, interactive content for better public understanding
Press Release

BOISE, Idaho, October 9, 2018 /3BL Media/ - To bolster the public’s awareness about flu vaccinations and the fact that many insurance plans will cover most or all of the cost, Albertsons Companies pharmacies have fully revamped their informational consumer flu websites with new features, easier navigation, and interactive tools this flu season.


          (Boise) Colt M45A1 MARSOC Marine/USMC 1911 45ACP - $ 1,400      Cache   Translate Page      
Hickok45 just did a review of this pistol last week. Actually his son John did the shooting and the review, but it’s their channel. So look find that if want to know the history or the basics of it.

This is basically market version of the USMC that was selected for their special ops.

This is gun is in excellent to new condition. It’s had less than 50 rounds through it. Otherwise, I used mainly snap caps with it.

I’m looking mainly to trade up to like an Ed Brown, Wilson Combat, STI...high end 1911. Kimber is NOT high end. Trade value: $1500.

I’m NOT looking for a rifle or shotgun. Unless if you’re willing to trade me a noveske or Knights or some other very high end rifle.

Please text me (2O8) 55O-84 NlNE SlX
          I believed them      Cache   Translate Page      
My brother and I always wanted a younger sister but our parents didn't want a third child.

the Casey boys

Since a biologically related sister wasn't an option, Aaron and I had to find our own through bonds formed by choice rather than blood. I met my little sister during my junior year of high school. She had just moved to the area and we formed an easy friendship. By the time I graduated high school, she was one of my best friends. We never developed a romantic interest and we were able to confide in each other as if we were siblings. Even today, I still occasionally call her sis.

hello, 1997

in the spring of 1996, she told me about a guy from school who kept calling her phone; if she answered, he'd say something creepy or leave annoying messages if she didn’t answer. He followed her on campus; she often caught him leering at her. While he had not touched her, she always felt unsafe if he was present. A couple weeks later, she joined me and two other guys to post promotional posters for the drama club's production of Neil Simon's Rumors. Mike ran inside the library while she and I sat in the cab of his truck, and Damien sat in the back. We were in the middle of conversation when she froze.

"Oh, my god, it's him."
"Who?" I asked.
"Remember me telling you about that guy who was stalking me? That's him."

The kid was walking toward us along the sidewalk. I started hollering to get his attention. "Hey, hey!"

He walked toward the open passenger window of Mike's truck. "You talking to me?"

I pointed to next to me and asked him if he recognized my friend. He denied it. "Are you sure?" I asked. "I don't believe you." His expression changed from oblivion to annoyance. I continued with instruction. I told him he was to leave her alone, stop calling her, not to speak to her, not to look at her. If I ever heard he was not following those guidelines, he would regret it.

By the time I stopped talking, his bothered look gave way to pure anger. "What are you going to do about it?" he asked.

Honestly, nothing. He was bigger and tougher. I wouldn't be able to hurt him if I tried. Thankfully, Damien was still in the back of the truck. Despite a teddy bear personality, Damien could be intimidating. Damien stood in the bed of the truck, crossed his arms, and said, "Or you'll have to deal with me." The kid's face changed once again, from anger to fear. He took a couple steps backward, confirmed he understood my demands, then turned and walked away as fast as he could. My friend never complained about him again.

During the fall of my senior year, I had a huge crush on a girl named Alexis. She was in an engineering class the same time I was studying architecture. The two classes were taught by the same teacher in a shared classroom. The kid who previously harassed my best friend was enrolled engineering with Alexis. She often came by my desk to talk when there was downtime. I was one of the few guys that was nice to her, most of the others shunned her on the belief that girls didn't belong in in tech classes. One day, while she was at my desk, the kid walked by. He didn't say anything, but Alexis cringed. I asked her what was wrong and she explained how that boy was a creep. He wouldn't leave her alone, frequently made lewd or demeaning comments, failed attempts to flirt with her, and often followed her to her next class. I let her know I would take care of it.

After class, the kid walked out the door next to Alexis and tried talking to her. Before he could follow her further, I ran beside of him, placed my arm around his shoulder, and steered him a different direction. I told him I really liked that girl and gave him the same instruction as before: leave her alone, don't call her, don't talk to her, don't look at her. He took me seriously and the next day in class, he avoided both of us. A week later, Alexis told me she doesn't know what I did but she was grateful.

Months, he showed up at a youth group event, invited by Kay, one of the girls I'd known since kindergarten. It was at church, so I took a softer approach. I let him know I was glad he was there and hoped he would stick around. I said I'd known Kay for a very long time and that I cared about her. I told him it was OK if the two of them dated with one big caveat: "Don't even think about hurting her." That was the last I saw him for a long time.

Two years after high school, I moved to Boise and completely forgot about the kid who made my friends feel violated. In the summer of 2001, I took a road trip with some friends to see the Poor Old Lu reunion concert in Seattle. While back in my home town for a couple days, we stopped by Safeway to pick up snacks. In the chips isle, a stranger walked around the corner. It took me a second before I recognized him. It was that jerk, the creeper, four years older than the last time I had seen him. As soon as he recognized me, he panicked. I saw his bottom lip quiver for a second before he turned around and ran away. He dropped his shopping basket as he left, abandoning whatever he was shopping for.

It was the first time I could remember anyone fearing me. At the time, I wasn't anyone to be afraid of - a short skinny wimp whose friends were all cooler and tougher than me. But this kid was genuinely terrified. Perhaps it wasn't me that frightened him - instead it was what I represented that scared him. I think he was a sketchy dude who knew the way he treated women was wrong and he was petrified I would hold him accountable for his actions. See, guys like him, abusers and assaulters, they don't want to answer for their deeds. Today, in a world where more women are speaking up and speaking out against people who hurt them, these are the men who believe "it's a scary time for young men in America." They believe it because they have reason to be afraid.

I'm glad my little sister spoke up when she did and that Alexis felt safe enough around me to say something. Sure, they disclosed the facts of their assailant to me, but I know they never involved the police or school administration. I have no idea if they ever told their parents about the creepy kid at school who was stalking and harassing them. But they did tell me, and I believed them. If that kid (now in his 30s) ever ran for political office, I'm sure multiple girls from his past would oppose him. They would shine a spotlight on the traumas they experienced because of him. They would do everything they could to prevent him from holding any position to govern others. Unfortunately, I don't think anyone currently leading our nation would believe them.

That makes me sad.
          Greenbriar Capital Corp Announces Major Advancements at RealBlock      Cache   Translate Page      
Boise, Idaho–(Newsfile Corp. – October 10, 2018) – Greenbriar Capital Corp. (TSXV: GRB) (“Greenbriar”) – Greenbriar announces that RealBloq, its blockchain-based, real estate transaction platform, entered into commercial operations on October 8, 2018 with Title Security of Arizona. RealBlock, a subsidiary of Greenbriar, has completed the first phase of functionality that will help eliminate wire […]
          SDSU FOOTBALL PRESS CONFERENCE 10/9: NARROW ESCAPE      Cache   Translate Page      

 

 

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By Liz Alper

Videos courtesy goaztecs.com

For videos of Daishawn Dixon and Kyahva Tenzino's portion of the press conference, click "read more" and scroll down.

October 9, 2018 (San Diego) - After narrowly defeating Boise State 19-13 on Saturday, the Aztecs continue Mountain West play with a Friday night matchup against Air Force this week.  Coach Rocky Long, junior offensive lineman Daishawn Dixon and junior linebacker Kyahva Tenzino sat down with the media today.


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  • Several companies make DNA tests that claim to tell you how well you'll respond to certain antidepressants based on your genetic profile.
  • Two personalized medicine companies — Assurex and Genomind — offer some of the most popular tests and work with physicians and pharmacists to provide them to patients.
  • A chain of Albertsons pharmacies in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boise is running a pilot program in which pharmacists can offer the Genomind test.
  • Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics recently began offering a similar test as part of its services.
  • The costs of the tests range from $250 to $750, but some scientists say it's not worth the money. 

Around the time that 26-year-old Courtney Luk got in line at the pharmacy to pick up her 25th depression medication, she decided she'd had enough.

Over the previous two years, Luk had been prescribed everything from Klonopin to Xanax to treat the anxiety and depression she'd experienced since adolescence. Nothing seemed to do the trick. One medication would make her feel numb; others seemed to make her symptoms worse.

Then a psychiatrist suggested she try a genetic test that could provide guidance about which drug Luk should try next. They swabbed the inside of Luk's cheek for a spit sample and sent it off to get tested.

Using DNA testing to determine how well a given depression medication will work with a patient's genetic makeup is becoming a popular approach. More than 750,000 people have taken one such test, called GeneSight, which is made by personalized medicine company Assurex, according to its website. A network of 28 Albertsons pharmacies offers a similar test made by a company called Genomind as part of a pilot program. And just last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test as part of its $250 kits.

But some scientists say the tests have limited utility.

That's because they doesn't tell providers which specific medication is best to prescribe patients, according to Alan Schatzberg, a Stanford University psychiatrist and the director of the Stanford Mood Disorders Center. And Cristina Cusin, a Harvard psychiatrist, said the test won't give helpful results to patients who take more than one medication.

Plus, the tests may give conflicting results to the same patient for the same medication, according to a peer-reviewed analysis of four different gene tests published this summer.

A pricey test with a lofty goal

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Since adolescence, Luk had experienced debilitating anxiety that sometimes turned into panic attacks, along with mood swings and depression that sometimes led her to contemplate taking her own life. Despite trying more than two dozen different medications, Luk and her psychiatrists had yet to come up with a combination of drugs that significantly lifted her mood without contributing to her anxiety.

Luk had heard of genetics tests for antidepressants before, but previously declined to take one since she couldn't afford the $750 price tag.

But when a psychiatrist suggested a test she could get for free through insurance, a kit from Genomind called the Genecept Assay, Luk said yes. The test appealed to her as a potential way to eliminate the trial-and-error process of starting a new drug and waiting — sometimes up to six weeks, the standard for most antidepressants — to see if it worked.

"I don't feel like my medications right now are working optimally, and I was hoping to learn if there's a cocktail of medications that would do that," Luk said.

Her psychiatrist told her the test might show them what to do next. Perhaps they'd learn that one medication wasn't right for her body and could be replaced with a different drug. But when the results came in, they were murkier than Luk anticipated.

Her report listed all the antidepressants she'd taken along with several she'd yet to try. Each got a colored check mark: red checks suggested Luk would likely have negative reactions to a drug, green checks suggested no negative reactions, and orange checks indicated something in between.

Next to a popular antidepressant called Celexa, for example, Luk's test showed an orange check mark and said, "increased risk for adverse events or poor response." That meant that because of the way her body processed the drug, Luk was more likely than the average person to experience negative side effects or see no positive results.

Sure enough, Luk recalled that when she'd taken Celexa several years earlier, she had experienced painful bruising across her arms and legs.

But another drug Luk had recently begun taking, called Topamax, carried a green check and said "use as directed — no known gene-drug interactions." Despite taking that medication for several weeks, however, Luk said she hadn't experienced any change in her symptoms.

So she went back to trial and error.

Daniel Dowd, Genomind's vice president of medical affairs, acknowledged that some patients may read too much into the test.

"I think patients do tend to think, ‘OK, this is going say exactly what this specific drug is going to do for me,' and that's not what this test is," Dowd told Business Insider. "Like any other branch of medicine, [the test] provides an estimation of risk."

Genomind funded a 2018 study of its test that analyzed patient spending in the six-month period following use of the test. The authors — one of whom sits on Genomind's scientific advisory board — compared roughly 800 people with mood and anxiety disorders who took the test with nearly 3,000 people who didn’t take it. They found that people who took the test spent nearly $2,000 less on healthcare on average, mostly because they visited ERs and hospitals less frequently in the months following the test than people who didn't take it.

The researchers wrote that it could represent “a promising strategy to reduce costs” in people with depression and anxiety.  

To Dowd, the finding was a big endorsement of the test.

"If we can get this test embedded in the healthcare record, that could mean a big cost savings," he said.

Who the test may — and may not — help

Once you swallow a pill, various genes control how your body will break it down. One gene in particular, called CYP2D6, is one of the most closely studied. Some people have faulty or abnormal copies of that gene, meaning they don't process drugs like antidepressants as they should. That increases the chances that someone could have an adverse reaction like bruising or not respond to a medication at all.

The gene tests are designed to assess whether a patient is likely to have a negative outcome on any common antidepressants. In theory, that would help patients and their providers narrow down the list of potential medications to try.

"In these cases, I think there is clear evidence" for using a gene test, Michelle Whirl-Carrillo, a senior research scientist at the Stanford University School of Medicine, told the author of an article published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

But Schatzberg, the Stanford psychiatrist, said a narrower list is not what his patients need.

"What’s really needed is a test that says, ‘You have this profile, these are the two drugs you need to use.’ That’s what’s missing," he said.

Instead, the tests merely tell him if someone's body doesn't process a drug properly — a conclusion they'd reach anyway after trial and error.

"I don't necessarily need to know up front if a person is a poor drug metabolizer. I need to know which specific drug to use where I will get the positive effect with less side effect burden," Schatzberg said. "These tests don't do that.”

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Cusin, the Harvard psychiatrist, specializes in treating people with severe depression. She agreed with Schatzberg.

"I don't think psychiatrists get much information about the costs and benefits or much predictive value for this type of test," she said.

Cusin added that she doesn't think the test helps in cases where people are taking multiple medications or when patients have a history of failing to respond to medications. Plus, she said, a recent study made her hesitant to use the tests in her own practice.

That study found major inconsistencies among four different gene tests (including Genomind’s). In roughly one out of five cases, the authors said, different tests gave conflicting advice to the same patient.

“The level of disagreement in medication recommendations … indicates that these tests cannot be assumed to be equivalent or interchangeable,” the researchers wrote.

‘I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error'

pharmacy-prescription-medication-pillsUnlike Luk, Allyson Byers, a 27-year-old in Los Angeles, said taking a genetic test saved her time in the quest to find the right medication.

Byers took Assurex's GeneSight test after trying several drugs for her depression. 

"I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error," she told Business Insider.

Byers said she paid $60 for the test after talking with her therapist and an Assurex representative (though she initially received a bill for several hundred dollars).

Her results weren't perfect. Byers had been taking the antidepressant Zoloft for nine months, but she experienced several negative side effects, including weight gain. On the Assurex test, however, Zoloft was green-lit.

"When the results came back, I was questioning myself and thinking, ‘Did I make that all up? Did I really gain weight?'"

But the test also suggested another medication called Pristiq that Byers had not previously taken, she said. So Byers' therapist suggested they try that instead of Zoloft. Several weeks later, Byers said she felt better — and thanked the test for helping her find a different medication.

"I've had to go up in dose a couple times, but I feel like I've finally found the right dose," she said. For her, the test was "just another tool to help narrow things down."

Coming to a pharmacy near you?

AlbertsonsIncreasingly, some patients are learning about genetics tests for antidepressants from their pharmacist instead of a psychiatrist.

In Chicago, Boise, and Philadelphia, 28 Albertsons drug stores are offering the Genomind test, according to Kimberly Hecht, a patient care services coordinator with Albertsons who leads the project.

She told Business Insider that mental health became a focus at the pharmacies she oversees when they began offering medications for drug addiction. Plus, because Albertsons' pharmacies are open longer and on more days of the week than others nearby, they sometimes function as a default mental health provider, Hecht said.

"It just made sense with what we were offering and also because of our position in the community," Jennifer Rapley, a marketing manager with Albertsons who works closely with Hecht, told Business Insider.

The project is currently in a pilot phase, but Genomind hopes to eventually offer its gene test in all 1,760 Albertsons-owned pharmacies throughout the country, JAMA reported this month.

But some components of the Albertsons program — such as how pharmacists determine whether a patient is a good candidate for the test and how it evaluates whether the results are effective — remain hazy.

For example, a patient does not have to have a history of using antidepressants to be offered the test, Hecht said.

"Typically it's going to be patients who’ve tried a couple different things and it’s not working, but we kind of leave it up to our pharmacists’ professional judgment," she said.

That makes Schatzberg wary. 

"I think it presents real problems," he said. "It’s practicing a level of medicine and offering a test where it’s not clear whether and how it should be used. It’s hard for me to believe that’s a good idea."

The future of genetic testing for depression

Last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test for antidepressants as a component of its DNA tests, which screen for gene variations linked to cancer and heart disease. Color's service includes a professional genetics counselor as well as a clinical pharmacist who walk a patient through their results.

Othman Laraki, the company's founder and CEO, told Business Insider that he sees the new test in a similar light to Color's cancer test, which the company began offering in 2013.

"Like we saw with cancer, it’s definitely a moving target, it’s definitely still early, and there’s still a lot of uncertainty," Laraki said. "But there’s enough support and enough scientific validity where it makes us feel comfortable enough to offer it."

Hecht, the Albertsons coordinator, agreed.

"These types of tests really are the future and have the potential to really help people," she said.

But for some patients, that future may not have arrived yet.

"After 25 different drugs, I may just be one of those people whose bodies doesn't respond to medication," Luk said. "In the end, it's still trial and error, but it's a little bit more of a targeted trial and error — a little bit more of an educated guess."

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This was a day of genealogy and baseball and football.  Cloudy and cool, 72F the high.  Got only 6 hours of sleep.

*  Dropped Linda at the Y at 7:30, went to Marie Callenders for the men's Bible study breakfast, picked Linda up at 9:45 a.m. and home by 10 a.m.

*  Added to the Best Of post, and wrote the FamilySearch and Ancestry posts.  Tried to nap but didn't.  Very tired.  Noted that Surname Saturday -- LNU (Mary married Christopher Grant, England to colonial New England) posted.

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Wayne and Lacey offered Boise Weekly a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-featured locales—including a crematorium, a nude resort and the "stink room" inside Rocky Mountain Fireworks and Fur Co. When they committed to hosting and producing their Boise State Public Radio podcast You Know the Place, Joel Wayne and Lacey "LD" Daley also committed to spending chunks of their nights and weekends being just a little bit uncomfortable. That's because recording You Know the Place requires them to walk into random, out-of-the-way shops, clubs, restaurants and stores across Boise and ask the unsuspecting people who run them two basic questions: "Who are you?" and "How do you stay in business?" "We've got about half of season two produced, and I still say as we're sitting in the car, 'I'm so frickin' nervous.' And then we go in and it's like, 'Who's going to say hi first?'" Daley said. "And I think that's probably good. I feel safe with Joel, but we've learned the importance of establishing a rapport with those people within the first five minutes of talking with them. Because we're walking in, most of the times unannounced, with the shotgun mic—" "Which looks a little bit like a gun, honestly," Wayne added. "—So people are kind of on edge," Daley continued. "You get that sense right away." You can almost think of listening to You Know the Place as dipping into a series of fascinating and occasionally awkward cold calls, all being made to places that most Boiseans drive by and wonder about without ever stepping inside. In season one of the podcast, Wayne and Daley visited spots as diverse as Boise's Rockin' Reptile, Boise Acro Yoga, JUMP, the Sunset Club, Boise Stage Shop, The Beardsmith, Stewart's Gem Shop, India Fashion & Grocery, Stillwater Float Center and Parrots 'N' Stuff. "You drive by all these places every day and 99 percent of them you've never gone into, you just haven't," explained Wayne, who first pitched the idea for the podcast to Daley during one of many brainstorming sessions. "And so you inevitably think—because we all think the world revolves around us—you think, 'Well, who is going into those places?'" Answering that question continues to motivate the duo, and on Sept. 27 it drove them into a second season of You Know the Place. Only two episodes have run so far, but Wayne and Lacey offered Boise Weekly a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-featured locales—including a crematorium, a nude resort called Bare Mountain Retreat that's just a half-hour drive from Boise, and the "stink room" inside Rocky…
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Thursday, Oct. 11 through Sunday, Oct. 15 People don't usually make friends when they're scared out of their wits, but the Idaho Horror Film Festival, which will take over downtown Boise Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 11-14, is that rare place where lifelong friendship can be formed from the fetal position. To that end, the festival—part Sundance, part "Monster Mash"—offers something for everyone, from the most timid to the most maniacal. Short, feature-length and even foreign language films will be screened at Boise's Egyptian Theatre in 10 separate "blocks" during the festival. Additionally, horror luminaries will participate in a series of panel discussions at the Amsterdam Lounge and organizers of Storyfort, the literary branch of the Treefort music festival, will host a micro-fiction contest. Parents might be pleased to know that Casper, the 1995 story of everyone's favorite friendly ghost, will be screened at the Egyptian on Saturday, Oct. 13.  That same evening, adults will rule the theater as "scream queen" Linnea Quigley will be honored with the IHFF Trailblazer Award and join Boise Weekly's George Prentice for an onstage Q&A following a screening of Return of the Living Dead. And here's another twist of the screenings at the Egyptian: You're invited to "confess your sins" to someone in the lobby who will write a poem about your worst secrets. "We actively try to plan a festival that is not just about watching scary films," said IHFF Director Molly Deckart, who founded the festival in 2014 and has watched it grow from a small band of enthusiasts into what has become a must-attend event on Boise's crowded fall calendar. A leading advocate for Idaho's film industry, Deckart considered a variety of genres for the festival in 2014 before ultimately deciding that horror was the best choice. "One of the things that new emerging filmmakers have in common with even big Hollywood directors is they all usually have a horror film in their filmography," she said. "It doesn't rely as heavily on script or dialogue. It can be visual and you can tell a good story in two minutes." Plus, it's particularly friendly to novices, even those whose first films are rather bad. "B movies are a thing," said Deckart. "People hunt them down." In the first year of the festival, Deckart said she had to scramble to find enough quality films to fill the slate, but this year, IHFF received a stunning 750 submissions. Deckart added that the…
          Worlds of Sound: Bells Atlas Explores New Musical Frontiers      Cache   Translate Page      
Bells Atlas will play Neurolux in Boise on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Bells Atlas is, in bassist Doug Stuart's words, a "very democratic band." Each of its members—Stuart, lead singer Sandra Lawson-Ndu, guitarist Derek Barber, drummer Geneva Harrison and keyboardist Steve Blum—take an active role in creating songs. Stuart feels that this helps keep their music fresh. "It's always happened naturally for us," he told Boise Weekly, "because the process is never really limited to one person or even two people. And I think because of that, and because we're all pretty diplomatic, we end up surprising ourselves." The Oakland, California-based band's latest release, Salt and Soap (Tender Loving Empire, 2018), is a good case in point. The foundation for the EP's four tracks came from recordings on Harrison's phone. "There was a period of time where Geneva traveled to New York for a few months to do a gig," Stuart explained. "We hadn't been writing too much prior to that—we'd just come out of a cycle of playing a lot of live shows. Anyway, before she left, she was like, 'Here's this folder of a bunch of beats that I just played in my practice space. If you guys feel uninspired, you should check 'em out.'" Harrison's bandmates found inspiration in more than her angular, funky drum beats. "The phone recording itself was kind of inspiring," Stuart said, "because it gave us this grainy, distorted, interesting sound on top of her unique playing. ... Sandra and I started a handful of [songs] from there. And then when [Harrison] got back from her gig, she got in on the process and Derek was roped in throughout. It was a new process for us for sure." Listeners and critics have taken note of Bells Atlas' unique blend of R&B, African music, pop and psychedelia. Afropunk.com, the online hub of the festival and cultural movement of the same name, praised the band's music as "a sumptuous feast for the ears." Impose declared that "no two-bit adjectives can contain their infectious sound, [which] draws influences from all corners and unexpected places the world over." Boise music fans can hear that unique sound on Tuesday, Oct. 16, when Bells Atlas plays Neurolux. Local electronica act Up is the Down is the will open. When Stuart and Lawson-Ndu formed the group in 2011, they called it simply "Bells." Recruiting Harrison and Barber, they played under that name for almost two years before they discovered a problem.…
          Keira Knightley Dazzles as Colette, In All Her Provocative Posh      Cache   Translate Page      
“I felt that I, as a woman, could tap into Colette’s story. It has the ring of truth.” Given the fascinating life of the feminist firebrand known as Colette, it’s rather stunning that a splashy, big-screen telling of her deliciously provocative backstory hadn't been filmed long ago. But I’m oh-so-happy to report that Colette, a vibrant biopic starring period-piece queen Keira Knightley, is finally set to sizzle on screens across North America, including at The Flicks in Boise, beginning Friday, Oct. 12. Director/screenwriter Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice) told me at the film’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival that Knightley was an “obvious choice” to play Colette, who flipped the literary world on its ear at the turn of the 20th century. That said, a very 21st-century technical snafu nearly derailed the film. “I was desperately trying to pitch the project to Keira, and we were chatting on FaceTime when I realized that the battery of my iPhone was dying,” Westmoreland told BW. “I was down to 2 percent power, and I finally blurted, 'You’ll do this better than anyone else alive.’" She shouted back to me, 'Yes! Let’s do it!’” Two years later, Colette debuted at both the Sundance and Toronto film festivals to rapturous reviews. It “dazzles the senses,” wrote Rolling Stone. People magazine crowed that it’s one of the twice-Oscar-nominated Knightley’s “finest performances.” The Wall Street Journal  called the film “sumptuous,” and the New York Observer called Colette, “the best period movie in years.” “I felt that I, as a woman, could tap into Colette’s story,” Knightly told BW following the Toronto premiere. “It has the ring of truth.” Born 145 years ago at time when the light of most women’s aspirations were hidden under a bushel, Colette was barely 20 years old when she authored the first of the four wildly popular Claudine stories. But husband Henry Gauthier-Villars, who used “Willy” as his nom-de-plume, took full credit (and the profits) for the books. The film takes flight as Colette reclaims her voice and, concurrently, her sexuality. To be sure, Colette earns its R rating: Knightly's character turns both heads and beds lovers in turn-of-the-century Paris as the film proceeds. As you might imagine, the set designs and costumes are award-worthy. But of particular note is Colette’s lush score, the first written expressly for the screen by famed British opera composer Thomas Ades (an almost-certain Oscar nominee). Colette ends relatively early in the author's professional life. She ultimately married three times, was nominated…
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          Mystic Braves      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday, Oct. 11, Neurolux The streak of vintage-inspired bands coming to Boise continues with the arrival of the Mystic Braves at Neurolux on Thursday, Oct. 11. On its most recent album, The Great Unknown (2018, Lolipop Records), songs vibrating with nasal resonance speak about love, heartache and a pervading restlessness driven by adventure in lyrics like "Got another destination / Only for the new sensations / Caught up in the place that I once knew," from the title track. Most notably, Mystic Braves consistently presents intricate guitar solos reminiscent of old-school greats like The Beatles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Mystic Braves is still a fairly new name, having released its debut album in 2012, but in a way, that fresh perspective works to its advantage. Listeners should prepare to be reminded of what made the music of the '60s so inspiring in the first place.
          Larry Fuller Trio      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday, Oct. 11, The Sapphire Room When it comes to jazz piano, New York-based Larry Fuller is one of the best in the business. In 2010, a New York Times article gushed that he "sprinkles stardust on whatever song he plays," and although that might be a bit of an exaggeration, the sentiment holds. Fuller started tickling the keys at age 13, and in the 40 years that followed he played around the world alongside notables like Ernestine Anderson, Ray Brown, Jeff Hamilton and John Pizzarelli. Now, he leads his own trio, and on Thursday, Oct. 11, it will appear at the Riverside Hotel Sapphire Room for an Idaho Jazz Education Endowment-sponsored concert. Fuller is known as much for his emotionally charged, swinging delivery as for his technically meticulous playing—so if you make it to the Sapphire on Thursday, prepare to be swept up in song.
          Boise Weekly Cover Auction      Cache   Translate Page      
Wednesday, Oct. 17, Visual Arts Collective Since 2001, Boise Weekly has given up its most valuable piece of real estate—the cover—to local artists each week. And each year we give them a double dose of love, auctioning off their original artworks and handing them a chunk of the proceeds. This year, the annual Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction will take place at the Visual Arts Collective on Wednesday, Oct. 17, filling the Garden City exhibition space with 52 weeks' worth of cover artwork. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the artists, BW's art grants and our journalism efforts. Even better, the $15 cover charge will be credited toward your winning bids. The doors open at 5 p.m., bidding starts at 6 p.m. sharp, and a no-host bar and appetizers from Bonefish Grill will set the tone for a good time. Don't miss this party—or forget your ID.
          Zoo Boise Spooktacular      Cache   Translate Page      
Saturday, Oct. 20, Zoo Boise The idea of Halloween at the zoo might tempt an outcry of "Lions, tigers and bears, oh my!" but in fact, Zoo Boise's mid-October Spooktacular has been billed as a "merry-not-scary," family friendly event. More properly, it's a string of events, with the first cluster running Friday-Sunday, Oct. 12-14, and the second Friday-Sunday, Oct. 19-21. Each night will feature Halloween displays and special themed activities, as well as entertainment and close-up interactions with the animals. Perhaps the most exciting part of the Spooktacular is that it takes place after hours, continuing through 8 or 9 p.m. depending on the day of the week. Young kids in particular will get a thrill wandering the zoo in the dark to see their favorite critters—so why not let them run wild?
          BOSCO Open Studios Weekend      Cache   Translate Page      
Friday-Sunday, Oct. 13-17, various locations If movies and television are to believed, the artist's studio is something of a mad scientist's laboratory—it's the place where the magic happens, perennially messy and jam-packed with baffling tools. It's also a private space, often sequestered in an artist's home. That veil is occasionally lifted in Boise though, thanks in large part to BOSCO's Artists' Open Studios Weekend Tour, a three-day annual event when 64 local artists invite the public into their studios. Art buffs can get a peek at new work, and even talk to the artists themselves. Plus, there's a chance to score free art; participants simply have to print off a "passport" from the BOSCO website, visit a minimum of 10 studios and have it stamped at each location. Completed passports will be entered into a drawing for free art—a deal too good to pass up.
          Off Center Dance: Side Effects      Cache   Translate Page      
Visual Arts Collective, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13 If you want to get spooked for Halloween a bit early, Off Center Dance has the perfect performance for you: Side Effects, opening Friday, Oct. 12, at the Visual Arts Collective, promises to creep out and impress viewers all in one go. The triumphant return of a sold-out production, this year's Side Effects features fresh choreography from Kelli Brown and Katie Ponozzo, but is just as terror-inducing, questioning reality and showcasing dancing demons at every turn. In one promotional image, a woman sits in a wheelchair hooked up to an IV, screaming and clutching the side of her face as a black-robed, skeleton-masked figure behind her rests its hand on her head—the setup for a night of self-induced discomfort if ever there was one.
          Esme Patterson Talks About Small Songs with Big Hearts      Cache   Translate Page      
The Olympic, Thursday, Oct. 11 She would rather talk about the weather. In fact, while on the road, Denver, Colorado-based singer-songwriter Esme Patterson often does. "I find it strange that people find [talking about the weather] boring, like it's a cliche. Weather affects everyone at the same time, the mathematics of it are really cool—the weather systems are fractals. It's interesting and powerful," she said. Across three solo albums and several more with her former band, Paper Bird, Patterson has written and performed songs about mundane things that reveal personal truths, but in the last few years, she has noticed tension in the voices of the people she meets on tour. On her most recent album, We Were Wild (XTra Mile Recordings, 2016), that tension bled into her lyrics. In "Feel Right," she sings, "No one wants to feel nothing that don't feel right." "That was something I wrote after reading about police brutality," Patterson said. She and her sister, Genevieve, got their start playing rhythm and blues together, but later formed the indie-folk band Paper Bird with some friends in Denver in 2006. The band became the darling of its scene, receiving critical and popular acclaim. It toured widely, playing in Boise several times since 2008, including at Treefort Music Fest, but Esme embarked on a solo career in 2014 when it was clear she couldn't be in the band and tour independently at the same time. Four years later, Esme is working on a new album set for release in 2019. For this album, she'll lay down her guitar and use a more diverse palette of sounds to cut higher-energy tracks than much of her previous work. "I was, like, '[Expletive], I want to make dancing music!'" she said. Esme will play at The Olympic on Thursday, Oct. 11. She said her backing band of fellow Denverites breathes new life into her songs in a distinctly Esme Pattersonian way. "I've seen a lot of bands tour where the show sounds just like the record, and I just wish that they would kind of do a reinterpretation," Esme said. "I really love the reinterpretation of the music that is only possible to see and make live."…
          Penance Part Deux      Cache   Translate Page      
Dear Minerva, You helped me before with the pushy ex-wife trying to control me. We've been making some progress but I found out that she has talked openly to her child about my daughters. I've raised three teenagers who are community involved, do well in school, as well as sports. I have raised them to be open-minded humans with respect for others and themselves. They are bright, confident, and responsible. Now my boyfriend's ex doesn't want their daughter around my girls because she said that my girls dress like "sluts" and are trouble (as if shorts in 100 degree temps is an act of treason). Please tell me how to stop the "mama bear" fight I want to have! —Sincerely, Penance for Penis, Part Deux Dear P.P., Take a deep breath, Mama Bear. In 2018 it's hard to fathom how a woman could bash other women, much less someone's children. You were able to effectively articulate to me the amazing aspects of your daughters, never once referencing their appearance. You're doing something right. May all children grow up to be intelligent, confident, responsible, and able to make their own clothing choices without the acidic, oppressive words of the mediocre-at-best. As someone who doesn't fit the mold myself, sometimes it's best to turn a deaf ear to the ignorance of people who haven't evolved emotionally or intellectually to handle it. Doing this will also teach her that her accusations aren't worthy of dignification. Let her wallow in the gutter. Cheers!…
          "Horse Hair Lidded Vessel"      Cache   Translate Page      
Medium: Raku Fired Ceramic Artist Statement: I am a Boise ceramicist who works clay on the wheel, in slab form and in sculpture. I work with various Raku firing processes to create unique, individually finished and hand-sculpted lidded vessels.…
          Puzzle Answers October 10, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

          "Hunting' Time Again."      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Balmshot      Cache   Translate Page      
Is there anything more quintessentially Idaho than lip balm dispensed from a 20-gauge shotgun shell? Is there anything more quintessentially Idaho than lip balm dispensed from a 20-gauge shotgun shell? If there is, we can't think of it at the moment—we're too busy checking out the website for Balmshot, the Eagle-based company that pedals its shotgun shell lip balm nationwide. According to company lore, the shotgun shell wasn't the inspiration for founder Wayne S. Forrey's lip balm innovation. Instead, it was the fact that the ribbed base of other lip balms, which he used consistently following a bout with lip cancer, got caught on the lining of his pocket, causing the balm to twist up while he wasn't using it and creating "a gooey mess" whenever he opened the cap. Searching in his garage for a solution, Forrey came up with using a shotgun shell to create a smooth base for his own line of balms, avoiding the pocket-soiling issue. Practicalities aside, Balmshot's beeswax balms simply look cool, with their shiny gold bases and bull's-eye logos. Available in flavors like cool mint, vanilla mint and pomegranate at $15.99 for a four-pack, they can be found at retailers across the U.S., including Bed Bath & Beyond, Cabella's, Fred Meyer and Ace Hardware. In a nod to Forrey, proceeds from the sale of pink ribbon-marked products go to the cancer-fighting Mountain States Tumor Institute.
          Welcome to Boise Eats: Savor Each Bite      Cache   Translate Page      
It's the most wonderful time of the year. Welcome to our 2018 Boise Eats/Boise Drinks issue (What...you thought we were talking about Christmas?). It's the most wonderful time of the year. Welcome to our 2018 Boise Eats/Boise Drinks issue (What...you thought we were talking about Christmas?). Pardon our drool as Boise Weekly takes you on a tasty trip across the Treasure Valley. Many of our readers have told us over the past couple of years (this is our third edition) that Boise Eats/Boise Drinks is a semi-permanent fixture on their coffee tables or kitchen counters, serving as the definitive go-to gastronomical guide. But you might want to keep an extra copy in your car as a moveable feast road map, for whatever may strike your food fancy. We start things off with BW's Lex Nelson taking us on a culinary field trip to Eagle, introducing us to seven delightful restaurants. Some are mainstays, some are newcomers. All of them should be on your must-visit list. I'll bring you up to date on Treasure Valley Refugee Restaurant Week, now in its third year, which showcases some of the region's best chefs who also happen to be refugees, resettled to Boise from some of the most dangerous places on the planet. Contributing writer Greta Gardner dives into Boise's longstanding ties to the Basque Country. She even shares a no-longer-secret recipe for chipirones en su tinta—squid in its own ink sauce. Lex returns to examine the growing popularity of so-called "pop-up" restaurants—one-and-done events presented by some of Boise's best food purveyors. And BW's Harrison Berry is up for the challenge of taste-testing three of Boise's newest taquerias. As Harrison puts it, "Boise is undergoing something of a tacossance." …
          Boise Drinks: Honey Spirits Are Another Reason to Save the Bees      Cache   Translate Page      
Handcrafted in Post Falls from pure local honey, they're technically distilled mead wines and come in three styles Up North Distillery's Honey Spirits are the perhaps the most delicious line of liquors you've never heard of. Handcrafted in Post Falls from pure local honey (no grains), they're technically distilled mead wines and come in three styles: the classic Honey Spirit, which is cut to proof and bottled, the Barrel Finished spirit, which is aged in bourbon barrels for 1 to 2 years, and the Barrel Reserve, which is bourbon barrel-aged for 2 to 3 years. "We do it all ourselves in small batches from farm to flask," said Up North Co-owner Hilary Mann. "We create the mash. We distill it. We barrel age it on site. We bottle and hand label everything ourselves." The classic and barrel-finished spirits have taken home awards, but they can still be tough to find at local bars. According to the Idaho State Liquor Division, the only nearby spots that carry the sweet pours right now are Bardenay, hotels that fall under the Pennbridge Lodging umbrella, Whiskey Bar and Backstage Bistro. But liquor stores also stock both bottles, and one of Mann's recommended recipes—which combines the barrel-finished spirit with cranberry juice, sweet and sour, ginger ale and a squeeze of lime—is a perfect say-goodbye-to-summer sip to make at home.…
          Boise Eats: A Vegan Dish to Die For      Cache   Translate Page      
Boise brunch and dinner hotspot Wild Root has joined the movement, offering some of the tastiest and most stunning vegan dishes around. Last December, Forbes ran an article titled "Here's Why You Should Turn Your Business Vegan In 2018," spotlighting the diet and lifestyle. It cited a plant-based food sector worth $3.1 billion and the explosion of dairy alternatives—expected to soar from 25 to 40 percent of the market over the next three years—among other market motivators. While Idaho may be home to fewer vegans than most (The Gem State raises more than 2.1 million in beef cattle, after all, meaning cows outnumber people here) Boise brunch and dinner hotspot Wild Root has joined the movement, offering some of the tastiest and most stunning vegan dishes around. The Nourish Bowl is a case in point: plant-based eaters (or meat-lovers stepping out) who order it can chow down on a huge portion of raw veggies, including rainbow carrots and radishes, topping a bed of warm riced cauliflower and crowned with half an avocado, a sprinkling of almonds and blueberries, and a drizzle of fermented garlic-honey-lemon vinaigrette. The menu also includes omnivorous options, but at just $11, the Nourish Bowl packs a vegan bang for your buck that anyone can appreciate.
          (USA-ID-Boise) Service Executive IV- Card Services      Cache   Translate Page      
**Position Description** This role can be remote. There is a strong preference for this individual to be located in the Western, Mountain or Central time zones. **What does a great Service Executive do?** The Service Executive within Card Services is responsible for supporting the operational needs of Fiserv Card Services’ clients. These clients consist of large financial institutions and organizations that partner with Fiserv to sell our products and services to financial institutions. The Service Executive role provides a more in depth level of support to our clients in areas such as ATM/debit, card production and processing, and is intended to alleviate tasks often times associated with Client Executive duties, thus freeing up the Client Executive for other strategic functions and additional sales opportunities. Each Service Executive is responsible for understanding the nuances associated with the product/services and for providing a high level of support to each assigned client. The Service Executive interacts with client contacts, account management team and other Fiserv Business units and departments. The position can be performed from a remote location or may also be filled in one of the main Fiserv facilities. Depending on the client’s location, the candidate may be required to work extended hours in order to support clients. **Responsibilities** : + Responsible for maintaining the primary Fiserv relationship in client's technical and operational areas + Participate with Client Executive and client on operational strategy + Schedule and facilitate client calls with National or Dedicated Key Rep/Service Executive /Risk Analyst and Client Executives as needed to review CRs, projects and open issues + Attend Project Review meetings with client to update internal groups on client projects + Create, submit, and track Project Service Requests (SR) & Engagement Requests + Attend scheduled calls with Service Delivery and client to follow up on any escalations or scope changes on a as needed basis + Create, submit and track CR’s + Participate/schedule/facilitate Post Mortem (internally) meetings + Project Coordination (AP releases, Project Implementation) - work with other Fiserv staff on execution of releases, projects etc. Ensure that projects are completed within contractual SLA's + Serve as main internal liaison to internal Fiserv teams including Business Partners + Ensure that client requests for additional services are addressed + Escalation point on issues (first line escalation remains Client Services) + Promote and maintain positive client relations **Basic Qualifications for Consideration** : + EFT and Debit Card knowledge/experience + Client service oriented + Advanced analytical skills required + Excellent verbal and written communication skills + Excellent organizational skills + Advanced PC skills (MS Excel, Access, Word) + Professional appearance and ability to travel upon request **Preferred Qualifications for Consideration** + Bank Knowledge preferred + Bachelor’s degree in business + 2+ years’ experience as an Account/Client Executive or National Client Service Representative **Travel required** : 10 - 15% **Physical Requirements:** The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. + While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to: + Stand or sit for several consecutive hours; + Talk, hear, and use hands and fingers to operate a computer keyboard, dial a telephone and manipulate a mobile telephone during travel; + Reach, stoop and kneel; + Be physically able to install, troubleshoot and maintain computer, phone and other office equipment; + Complete reasonable janitorial functions to maintain a healthy home office space. + Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision requirements due to computer work and distance vision abilities sufficient to operate a motor vehicle with or without correction + Ability to sit at a computer terminal for an extended period. + Light to moderate lifting is required (i.e. office supplies, computer monitors, shredders, personal luggage etc.) + Moderate noise toleration (i.e. multiple voice conversations, printer, telephone, mobile phone alerts) + Ability to tolerate the stress of overnight or extended day traveling including walking extended (up to 1 mile) distances and management (to include carrying/loading/unloading) of personal luggage + Regular, predictable attendance to ensure continuity of business commitments + Ability to withstand occasional extended work days, including night and weekend hours as business demands dictate. **Work Environment:** The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an associate encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. + Home Office space must be separate from common areas of the home; + Office space must be contained in a permanent structure with a physical address; + Noises not affiliated with an office environment must be controlled; + Access to home office must be reasonably controlled to prevent damage to equipment or access to sensitive data. _Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet._ Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Visit http://www.careers.fiserv.com/eeo for more information.
          (USA-ID-Boise) Software Developer - Mainframe / COBOL      Cache   Translate Page      
**Position Description** **What does a great Senior COBOL Developer do?** In this role, you’ll use your extensive knowledge of programming and development to support implementation specialists and our greater network of clients. You’ll gain a wide variety of experiences in both programming and support for our financial systems. You will be a member of a team of programmer analysts (onshore & offshore) working to convert new and existing clients to the ARP/SMS ASP environment located in Johns Creek, GA. You will write programs/procedures/scripts to translate, convert and/or migrate data from other service providers and convert data to the Fiserv applications. You will work closely with the Business Analyst to understand Client requirements and then collaborate with your team members to code, test and deploy your program(s) and provide support during the actual conversion event. Working with team members and product development & support teams you will provide analysis, consultation and programming on projects and future releases to ensure an accurate data conversion and the ongoing maintenance of application programs and databases to know the latest release version. Your efforts will be rewarded with a successful quality conversion and enhanced client satisfaction. **What are some of the basic responsibilities for this role?** You work with internal Fiserv associates and ASP customers implementing them into a new environment. This involves: + Meeting customers to understand the current day-to-day business + Identifying and documenting requirements for the new environment + Creating coding specifications for new application requirements + Developing custom code for specific client requirements + Building and testing the ASP environment + Working with the customer to run daily test cycles + Brainstorming with internal and external resources on standard methodologies and enhancements + Developing code to support enhancements designed based on user feedback The above statements are intended only to describe the general nature of the job, and should not be construed as an all-inclusive list of position responsibilities. **What are the required and preferred qualifications you need for consideration?** + Bachelor’s degree with computer/IT related major preferred. Equivalent work experience and/or Associate Degree may be substituted. + 5+ years of meaningful Mainframe / COBOL programming knowledge/skills with experience in CICS, VSAM, and JCL required + Experience in financial services/banking environment preferred + Strong troubleshooting/problem solving experience required + Strong time management, organization skills and ability to function independently with minimal oversight required + Superb communication, follow-up skills and attention to detail required + Available to work weekends and provide on-call support during conversion events required Preferred Qualifications: + Experience in conversions or product implementations involving heavy data analysis, mapping and manipulation is a plus + Experience or demonstrable ability to train and mentor others + Knowledge of ARP/SMS, Banking systems, Fiserv products, tools or processes is a huge plus **Who we are:** Fiserv’s Financial & Risk Management Solutions business (FRMS) helps financial institutions optimize their use of and return on capital by making risk actionable and transparent within their organizations. We offer solutions in multiple delivery modes including software products, customer-funded development, alliance services, consulting, Application Service Provider and hosted services. The ARP/SMS application is a product that the bank can market to corporate clients. The product provides reconciliation services and positive pay/fraud prevention services. The product is in use by many of the nation’s top banks. With ASP processing, Fiserv offers other banks the ability to provide the same services. "Our people are the foundation upon which this recognition is based and I'm very proud of their commitment to client excellence. Their dedication to serving our clients each day is what makes Fiserv one of the most admired companies in the world." - Jeffery Yabuki, President and Chief Executive Officer We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status. Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Visit http://www.careers.fiserv.com/eeo for more information.
          (USA-ID-Boise) Prologue-Financials Implementation Consultant      Cache   Translate Page      
**Position Description** **What does a great** **Prologue-Financials Implementation Consultant** **do?** You will provide application assistance for the successful implementation of Fiserv’s Prologue Financials Accounting solution which includes: General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Fixed Assets and Procurement. You will assist with the creation of the Prologue Financials client databases and associated financial report. You will also provide training and production (go-live) support at the client site, via WebEx or in a classroom environment. This position can work remotely anywhere in the United States (be located near a major US airport for travel purposes). If you are a person with a strong accounting background this position may be for you. **As a** **Prologue-Financials Implementation Consultant** **, you can look forward to:** + Providing implementation and training services for software clients. + Working with client to define and setup product configuration including Chart of Accounts and other data elements required for creation of the database. + Participating in discussions with client and data providers to review data file requirements and preparation of files. + Identifying data setup issues, research source of problem and independently resolve. + Assisting client with validation of data which includes data integrity and balancing. + Supporting client in production readiness activities + Reviewing final databases in preparation for production (go-live) cutover to ensure quality standards are met. + Providing training to clients on all Prologue Financials modules via WebEx, classroom or onsite. + Providing onsite or WebEx support for production (go-live) cut over + Customize and follow implementation workflows to meet project objectives. + Coordinating client schedules, hosted tenant provisioning, and core interface activities. Monitor project plan to meet expected timelines. Assist with managing client expectations. + Recommending improvements to Professional Services product implementation documentation, methods and processes. **Basic qualifications for consideration are:** + Bachelor’s degree in Business, Accounting, or Finance. Equivalent work experience may be substituted for degree requirement. + 4 years general accounting and financial reporting experience in a banking environment. + 2 years accounts payable and/or procurement experience in a banking environment. + 2 years fixed assets experience in a banking environment. + Deep understanding of how financial services organizations handle financial processes and the monthly reporting process. + Experienced level in MS Excel. + Excellent ability to effectively communicate and interact with client staff and management. + Excellent analytical and problem solving skills. + Excellent interpersonal and time management skills required in order meet project deadlines. + Validated ability to work independently, follow procedures and produce quality work. + Ability and willingness to travel domestically approximately 60%. Travel usually occurs during the work-week. **Preferred qualifications for consideration are:** + 4 years banking experience. + 1 year project management experience. **Who we are:** The Financial & Risk Management Solutions business (FRMS) at Fiserv helps financial institutions optimize their use of and return on capital by making risk actionable and transparent within their organizations. Solutions are offered in multiple delivery modes including software products, customer-funded development, alliance services, consulting, ASP and hosted services. Key areas include: + Financial performance management solutions for budgeting and planning, financial accounting, and funds transfer pricing and profitability + Financial risk management solutions for credit, market and liquidity risk as well as asset/liability management + Financial crime risk management solutions for fraud and money laundering detection and mitigation + Financial control solutions for reconciliation, exception management and account certification + Solutions for ACH, treasury management, check capture, case management and resolution, float management, and enterprise content management (ECM) + Consulting services through the Payments Performance Management team Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Fiserv is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Disability/Vet. Visit http://www.careers.fiserv.com/eeo for more information.
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          Ouvrier d'atelier - Porte pré-assemblée - Boiseries Raymond Québec - Québec City, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
Machiner et/ou assembler différents produits tels que trappe de toit, bâti de porte escamotable, tête française, moulure, portes, trou de poignée, verrou,...
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          Boise Eats: Tres Tacos, Por Favor      Cache   Translate Page      
Boise is undergoing something of a tacossance, and to guide the City of Trees through the maze, we've wrangled some of the greatest hits from three of Boise's newest taquerias. Tacos are a source of stability in a world of uncertainty and impermanence. The classic combo of meat, toppings and cheese cuddling in a corn or flour tortilla is a street food concept so simple and elegant that it has never really had to change. Even so, Boise is undergoing something of a tacossance, and to guide the City of Trees through the maze, we've wrangled some of the greatest hits from three of Boise's newest taquerias. Madre Boutique Taqueria "Boutique" is in Madre's name, and oh boy, does this place deliver. It makes all the classic foodie promises—local, sustainable ingredient sourcing, gorgeous plating and creative flavors—but keeps the execution simple. The Idaho spud and chorizo ($5) combines Basque sausage, Idaho's most famous crop and a surprising tomato mojo jalapeno pesto; and the crispy pork belly banh mi ($6) is nothing if not elegant. Diners can also go del mar with the Ensenada fish ($5), topped with shaved cabbage and a cream sauce that has just the right amount of kick. Calle 75 Street Tacos Now with two locations, including one in downtown Boise, Calle 75 Street Tacos has helped inaugurate a flourishing of taquerias in the City of Trees. Its downtown location quickly became a lunch hotspot and after-hours refuelling station for the Main Street bar scene. The gringa style, which features over-the-top grilled cheddar, jack cheese, cilantro, onion, habanero sauce and the patron's choice of meat, is a good place to start. The papas y rajas con crema, with its peppers and potatoes, onions and house cream sauce, is a tried-and-true hangover cure. Advanced students of the taco could take a lesson from the dos chiles pork belly, which is equal parts Mexican, American and divine. Specialty tacos are two for $8 or three for $11. The Funky Taco For a long time, The Funky Taco served the most eclectic tacos in town out of an Airstream trailer, and it has brought the same wild creativity to its new home on Eighth Street in downtown Boise, which does triple duty as a music venue and art space. The Korean pastor ($10) comes with ground pork, diced pork belly and smoked ham. Kimchi, mango salsa and radishes round out this taco, which looks more like a museum piece than a food item. There are plenty of vegetarian and vegan options, too: The bahn mi mi ($10)…
          Boise Eats: Goldy's Morning Glory      Cache   Translate Page      
"It has to be one of our bestsellers. If someone likes salmon, they love that dish." Just prior to this year's NCAA March Madness basketball tournament in Boise, an ESPN sportscaster told a national television audience, "While you're there, try Goldy's Breakfast Bistro. You'll thank me later." That was music to the ears, but not a huge surprise, to Goldy's owner Wanda Martinat. "If you think of it, sports reporters travel all over the country. They really know their food," she told Boise Weekly. And when those reporters sat down at Goldy's, it's a good bet more than a few ordered its signature smoked salmon hash. It starts with premium smoked salmon and red potatoes, and is finished off with sauteed onions, capers and a hollandaise. "It has to be one of our bestsellers," said Martinat. "If someone likes salmon, they love that dish." For years, many of those customers have patiently waited for a Goldy's table. "On a weekend day, we'll seat 400 people. And that's a lot considering we only have 56 seats and we're only open until 2 p.m.," said Martinat. And the secret sauce to Goldy's success behind the kitchen door? "It's the passion. A cook can have all the technique in the world, but he or she has to really care about the food," said Martinat. "People with passion do it right."…
          Boise Eats: Taste the World      Cache   Translate Page      
Treasure Valley Refugee Restaurant Week serves 'something new, something amazing' It's hard to fathom a more difficult year for the region's refugee community. The City of Boise was thrust into the national spotlight in late June when nine refugees, including six children, were stabbed in a horrific attack at a local apartment complex. One of the children, a girl who was celebrating her third birthday, died of her injuries. Two days later, Boise Mayor Dave Bieter looked out on a crow of thousands of attendees at a vigil to honor the refugees and said, "This is the Boise that I know: One that comes closer together." Hundreds of refugees have been resettled into Idaho over the past few decades, coming from some of the most dangerous places on the planet. As recently as mid-September, the Trump administration announced that it would drop the ceiling of refugees to its lowest since the resettlement program was created in 1980. Despite those long shadows, those who champion Boise's refugee community rebound with optimism. Take, for example, World Refugee Day in mid-summer, which fills Boise's Grove Plaza with food, dancing, song and an all-important citizenship ceremony. Then, there's the wildly popular Treasure Valley Refugee Restaurant Week each October, sponsored by the Idaho Office for Refugees. "What we've seen over the past couple of years is people from all walks of life sitting down to a meal. But they're tasting something new, something amazing," said Kara Fink, IOR outreach and partnership manager and founder of Boise Refugee Restaurant Week. "Because of that new experience, participants will definitely come away with an appreciation for a new dish, but also for the person who made it and the culture that made it possible." After hearing about the Refugee Food Festival in Paris, Fink had the idea of "resettling" the concept in Boise in 2016. The first year began modestly, but the event has since doubled in size. This year's celebration is slated for Monday, Oct. 8, through Sunday, Oct. 14, and will include chef teams at Grit American Cuisine in Eagle (Syrian cuisine with Chef Sadam), Locavore in Bown Crossing (Somali cuisine with Chef Rahma), Petite 4 on the Boise Bench (Nepalese cuisine with Chef Ratna) and The STIL in downtown Boise (Syrian-inspired ice cream with Chef Najlaa).…
          Boise Eats: Petite 4      Cache   Translate Page      
As its name implies, Petite 4 excels in the small things. French-inspired bistro Petite 4 is like something out of a fairy tale. Tucked away in a quirky, narrow space in unassuming strip mall in Boise's Bench neighborhood, it's one of the crown jewels of the city's dining scene. "Reservations," reads its website, are "highly recommended." Signalled only by a small sign out front, Petite 4 has already had a big impact since its opening in April 2018. Owners David "DK" and Sarah Kelly set out to make manifest their long-held dream of opening a bistro, but in the process, turned their new restaurant into a neighborhood hub. On any given night, patrons—many of whom live within walking distance—drink wine at the bar and talk animatedly at their tables over French staples like cassoulet and fanciful creations like smoked salmon crepes, served in a stylish, Jetsons-esque space. As its name implies, Petite 4 excels in the small things. Its appetizers, charcuterie and cheese boards are galaxy class, and no meal would be complete without one of its immaculate desserts paired with wine. Baguettes and table breads come from Sable Baking, which has nested itself in Petite 4's kitchen and operates a pop-up on Saturdays.…
          Boise Eats: A Moveable Feast      Cache   Translate Page      
The pop-up restaurant craze hits Boise. In March, GQ ran a story with the headline "How Pop-Ups Took Over America's Restaurants," calling the advent of kitchen-shares and streetside stalls "the fastest-moving craze in food." As often happens, Boise lagged a bit behind coastal cities regarding this dining trend—but local food purveyors like Lime and a Coconut, Figgy Bakes, GravEyard and more show the pop-up mania has started to move in. Pop-ups are, by definition, moveable feasts. They're ephemeral and impermanent, appearing on street corners or in the dining rooms of other restaurants when the mood strikes and the ingredients are fresh, then sinking back into obscurity. Social media or a well-placed friend are often the only ways to track them down, adding an element of adventure to the process that appeals to diners and chefs alike. "It's almost like an immobile thing that you're making mobile, and I'm drawn to that kind of twist—I think humans are," said Katy Vestal, the Owner/Baker behind Figgy Bakes, a high-end dessert pop-up that got its start in April. "It's this juxtaposition that sparks this intriguing piece, and I think that's why pop-ups are fun and clever and ironic to people." They're also a stepping stone to brick-and-mortar restaurants. Vestal began her business by baking natural, whole-food cakes and pastries out of her parents' home kitchen, but her pop-ups at downtown Boise spots like Tasso, West Elm and Mixed Greens have since helped her broker a deal with Tasso for kitchen space. She moved into the sandwich shop's kitchen on Oct. 1 in exchange for offering her treats there, enabling her to expand into selling her goods at coffee shops across town. Zac Clark, who runs the dead-of-night biscuits and gravy pop-up GravEyard out of Zen Bento's kitchen on 10th Street, hopes for a similar outcome. "This is my baby. I'm thinking about spring, getting my own spot," said the Le Cordon Bleu-trained Clark, who manages Zen Bento during the day and runs his pop-up at night with the help of another Zen Bento cook, Derek Freitag. "... I really love cooking dinners, so my idea would be to do GravEyard Monday to Sunday or whatever and close at 3 a.m., but then do special dinners, wine dinners and stuff, every month." GravEyard first opened its walk-up window in October 2017, just in time for Halloween. Since then, it has served an often tipsy late-night crowd sporadically on weekends…
          Boise Eats: Boise's Basque Community Says, 'On Gin!'      Cache   Translate Page      
The simple, the bold and a secret recipe for chipirones en su tinta. For over 25 years, Idaho's Basque community has celebrated the patron saint of the Basques, St. Ignatius of Loyola, by hosting its midsummer San Inazio Festival in Boise's Basque Block. The festivities kick off with sporting events and performances by the Oinkari Basque Dancers, but the real showstopper is the food. "Basque people are very well known for being hard-working," said Janice Mainbil, a former dancer and a volunteer fundraiser for the Oinkari dance group. "I guess we have to show that off every year. Even when it's 105 degrees." Mainbil was right: Even triple-digit heat didn't prevent a huge turnout at the 2018 San Inazio Festival on July 27-29, where Boiseans flocked for the opportunity to enjoy (and possibly dance to) the txantxangorria, a traditional music ensemble comprised of accordions (triki trixa) and tambourines (pandareta). San Inazio also showcased karro kampos, or traditional Basque sheepherding wagons. Surprisingly enough, the cozy dwellings of mid-19th-century Basque migrants have gained popularity among modern day enthusiasts of so-called "tiny houses." "But you won't find those in California," said Mainbil. While the music and dancing echoed throughout the block for a full weekend, it was the savory aromas of paella and other delectables that thrilled attendees. The array was so eye-popping during this year's festival that Boise Weekly nabbed a few recipes, ranging from simple traditional dishes to bolder, more complex plates like chipironies en su tinta—squid in its own ink sauce. On egin! (Bon appetit!) The Simple As an early course, festival participant Jenny Ysursa prepared a traditional Basque salad with an infusion of San Sebastian-inspired flavors. She recommended any lettuce, combined with the chef's choice of white asparagus, tuna, olives, hard boiled eggs, tomatoes and onions, all sprinkled with salt and pepper, and drizzled with olive oil. She said it's best to eyeball the amount of ingredients, which should be purchased at the Basque Market on the Basque Block, although she added they're also available at the new Albertsons on Broadway. Another hotspot for simple Basque fare is Leku Ona. Translated as "Good Place," it's also a popular fine dining restaurant Miren Artiach and her husband Jose Mari opened on the Basque Block in 2005. Leku Ona serves traditional dishes like beef tongue, tripe, cod with red peppers, and seafood soup, and Artiach packs those flavors into her San Inazio contributions. "I get asked to bring a shrimp dish every year,"…
          Boise Eats: The Local & Chef Kris Ott      Cache   Translate Page      
Chef Kris Ott takes "nosh" up a notch. After serving for three years as executive chef of downtown Boise sister restaurants Fork and Alavita, Chef Kris Ott has moved on to a new kitchen. The Local, a relatively undiscovered spot on State Street, bills its specialties as "beer, wine and nosh," and Ott has taken the "nosh" up a notch since his arrival in early June, establishing relationships with local farms and purveyors (an ethic he also promoted at Fork). "With a name like 'The Local,' my focus has to be just that: local bounty from local farms to feed local folks," said Ott. The Local threw the first in a series of monthly, five-course wine pairing dinners on June 24. That dinner included elevated dishes like chicken liver mousse, caramelized apricot and fried red lentils on toast; and beef tenderloin with potato pave and peppercorn sauce for $95 per person. If that's out of your price range, Ott brings the same highbrow touches to lunch and dinner entrees (including the turkey and brie dagwood sandwich; beet and bleu cheese salad; and crispy polenta with wild mushroom ragu) that average $15 per plate. For the full experience, enjoy your order on the patio to the backdrop of live music, which fills the quirky space on Tuesdays and Saturdays.…
          Boise Eats: A Culinary Field Trip      Cache   Translate Page      
Make the pilgrimage to Eagle for dinner—we promise you won't regret it. Boise may be the seat of Idaho's culinary scene, but don't write off neighboring cities from your list while searching for a satisfying night out. A road trip to Eagle, one of Boise's swankier suburbs, takes just 25 minutes (do yourself a favor: Avoid rush hour) and will land you in a jewel box of under-reported eateries. While there are easily a dozen quality restaurants we could point you to, here are a few of our favorite spots for dinner: Bacquet's Restaurant is new to Eagle, but its namesake, Chef Franck Bacquet, is a Boise favorite, with stints running the kitchen at a Boise iteration of Bacquet's, Le Coq Rouge and Angell's under his belt. His newest French eatery has plenty of patio ambiance and is already churning out more escargot than anywhere else in the city. If you get a chance to stop by, indulge in authentic European dishes like the boeuf forestier and tarte flambee that you'd be hard pressed to find anywhere else. Bella Aquila won the category of Best Eagle Restaurant in BW's Best of Boise poll this year, a good indicator that its pasta dishes are worth the drive. The white-tablecloth restaurant is a great spot to take a date, and its ambiance is charming on a warm night, when it's riverside patio becomes a magnet for nearby foodies to split plates of shrimp-studded linguini and drink white wine. GRIT American Cuisine might be best described as an "exploratory American" restaurant, meaning it specializes in continental dishes ranging from tempura-battered vegetables and squash salads to New Orleans-inspired beignets. The menu changes regularly, but it's hard to go wrong with a classic burger (the grind is 10 percent smoked bacon) and some twice-fried fingerling potatoes. Le Coq d'Or is Eagle's bastion of haute cuisine, and would be worth the trip just to look at. Located in a stunning, palatial event venue called Chateau des Fleurs, this intimate Old World restaurant sources ingredients from its own gardens, grows truffles in its forests and comes complete with a maitre d'. If you want to treat yourself to luxury, book a table and ask your server for the latest of Chef Richard Jimenez's creations—even foods you think you hate will be good. Oak Barrel of Eagle has two doors—and two different personalities. If you go there looking for fine dining and end up sitting at a hightop listening…
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          Season-ending injuries cost Boise State pair of defensive starters      Cache   Translate Page      
Two-time All-MWC DT David Moa has been dealing with calf injury, while DeAndre Pierce suffered lacerated spleen.
          Commentaires sur Mesure de température 1-wire DS18B20 avec le Raspberry Pi par Youri      Cache   Translate Page      
Bonjour, Comme d’autres, j’ai cherché un petit moment pourquoi je n’arrivais pas à faire fonctionner mes sondes 18B20 sur mes framboises « récentes », alors que j’en ai depuis des années sur une framboise modèle B de la première génération qui fonctionnent très bien. Je suis naturellement revenu ici dans l’espoir de trouver ce que j’aurais pu oublier… en vain (bon, c’est vrai que je n’ai pas non plus lu tous les commentaires en détail, la réponse s’y trouve mais très difficile à localiser au milieu de tout le reste ;-) ). Je la remet ici, pour les éventuels lecteurs qui cherchent encore et qui auraient l’idée d’aller directement au dernier commentaire voir si par hasard la solution à leur problème s’y trouverait ;-) Il suffit en fait d’ajouter une ligne dans le fichier /boot/config.txt (tout à la fin par exemple) : dtoverlay=w1-gpio ou dtoverlay=w1-gpio,gpiopin=x si on souhaite utiliser un autre GPIO que celui par défaut (GPIO 4 par défaut, sur la broche 7 du connecteur), en remplaçant 'x' par le GPIO qu’on veut utiliser évidemment. Je n’ai pas testé cette alternative personnellement. Et… euh, bah c’est tout en fait… C’est tout simple, mais si on ne le sait pas, ça ne s’invente pas… ;-) @François MOCQ : Serait-il possible de mettre à jour l’article initial pour y mentionner cette modification à faire sur les framboises « récentes » ? Ça pourrait éviter à d’autres de perdre du temps à chercher cette info ;-) Au passage, d’après les essais que je viens de faire, il semblerait que l’ajout des deux modules w1-gpio et w1-therm dans /etc/modules ne soit plus nécessaires du coup. Ça fonctionne bien chez moi en tout cas, sans avoir besoin de charger explicitement ces deux modules, mais je me garderai de toute généralisation hâtive…
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Bonjour Francois, j'avais aussi vu ces 2 postings, celui que je vous ai fait parvenir me semblait le plus simple... facon de parler 😗. Je continue mes essais et vous reviendrai avec mes resultats ! au plaisir jrb.
          Operations Research Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Build and Integrate Next Generation Data Systems with Business Needs. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism while...
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          Data Science Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Create server based visualization applications that use machine learning and predictive analytic to bring new insights and solution to the business....
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          Intern - Data Scientist (NAND) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
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          Intern - Data Scientist (DRAM) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
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          Director of Sustainability - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Ensure appropriate internal controls and measurement systems are in place to support sustainability efforts. Employee Rewards Program, Healthcare, Paid time off...
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          Operations Research Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Build and Integrate Next Generation Data Systems with Business Needs. This means conducting business with integrity, accountability, and professionalism while...
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          Data Science Manager - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Create server based visualization applications that use machine learning and predictive analytic to bring new insights and solution to the business....
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          Intern - Data Scientist (NAND) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
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          Intern - Data Scientist (DRAM) - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Machine learning and other advanced analytical methods. To ensure our software meets Micron's internal standards....
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          Director of Sustainability - Micron - Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
Ensure appropriate internal controls and measurement systems are in place to support sustainability efforts. Employee Rewards Program, Healthcare, Paid time off...
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          October 10, 2018: What to Know      Cache   Translate Page      
Capital City Development Corporation gifts Grove Plaza to the City of Boise (on one condition), Hurricane Michael winds up to hit Florida, the Red Sox beat the Yankees and a meteorologist makes the news in more ways than one by taking her son to work. The animals at Zoo Boise didn't pair up two-by-two on Tuesday. That said, Boise saw its rainiest Oct. 9 since 1911. The National Weather Service says nearly a full inch of rain fell on the City of Trees. The good news is that a string of sunny days is in the Treasure Valley forecast for the rest of the week. But home gardeners should know that overnight temperatures are expected to drop below the freezing mark. In the southeastern U.S., Hurricane Michael strengthened into a Category 4 storm overnight and is expected to slam into the Florida Panhandle today. The Weather Channel says it will be the fiercest tropical cyclone to hit the mainland U.S. this year. During its Tuesday evening session, the Boise City Council agreed on a three-to-two vote to accept The Grove Plaza as a gift from Boise's urban renewal agency, the Capital City Development Corporation. But the deal also includes a provision that if the city were ever to sell the The Grove, the proceeds would be earmarked to build a sports stadium in one of CCDC's urban renewal districts. Council Members Scot Ludwig, TJ Thomson and Holli Woodings voted for the unique arrangement, while Council President Lauren McLean and Councilwoman Elaine Clegg voted against it. Both McLean and Clegg said they were uncomfortable with specifically earmarking any proceeds exclusively for a stadium. The Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees on Tuesday night 4-3, sending the Sox to the American League Championship Series. The pennant races are now set: It will be Boston versus the Milwaukee Brewers in the American League and the Los Angeles Dodgers versus the Houston Astros in the National League. Taylor Swift cleaned up at last night's American Music Awards, taking home arm-loads of trophies, but Entertainment Tonight says the highlight of the evening was a gospel tribute to the late Aretha Franklin. Working moms and dads bringing their little ones to the office for lack of other options isn't anything new. But Susie Martin, a Minnesota meteorologist, turned a few heads when she wore her 1-year-old son on her back while delivering the latest weather forecast. Take a look: …
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Currently, STRATA has offices in Boise, Coeur d Alene, Twin Falls, Pocatello, and Idaho Falls, Idaho; STRATA has provided our clients with professional...
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          September 2018 Registered Electrical Engineer REE and RME Board Exam Result      Cache   Translate Page      

The Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) and the Board of Electrical Engineering announces the 3,135 and 2,649 passers of September 2018 Registered Electrical Engineer REE and RME Board Exam Result. Held in Manila, Baguio, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Davao, Iloilo, Legaspi, Lucena, Tacloban and Zamboanga last September 1-2, 2018 for REE and September 3, 2018 for Registered Master Electrician (RME). The result is expected in 4 working days from the last day of examination.


EXAM COVERAGE
September 1, 2018
1. Mathematics
2. Engineering Sciences and Applied Subjects

September 2, 2018
1. Electrical Engineering Professional Subjects

September 3, 2018
1. Technical Subjects
2. Philippine Electrical Code, Parts 1 and 2



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September 2018 Registered Electrical Engineer (REE) and Registered Master Electrician (RME) Board Exam Result

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     1 AALA, MERYLL JOY MIRAÑA
    2 ABACAN, CARL MARKVINCE CASTILLO
    3 ABADINES, MARISSA YANEZA
     4 ABALLE, ACE NELSON MIRAL
     5 ABALOS, JAQUELINE CRUZ
    6 ABAN, MARK BRYAN MADRIAGA
     7 ABANCIA, JOHN CHRISTOPHER FABI
     8 ABANDO, LLOYD ALDWIN BELICANO
    9 ABANTE, EHRN MICHAEL RECTO
     10 ABANTO, KATRINA MABILANGAN
    11 ABAO, NIKKO DAGOC
    12 ABARACOSO, ZARCE
    13 ABARQUEZ, SHERWIN JUN CAPANGPANGAN
    14 ABARRO, DEITHER MERCADO
    15 ABAS, PAULO RAFLORES
    16 ABASOLO, STEVENSON GERONDALAN
    17 ABAYARI, JASPER ANDAYA
    18 ABAYATA, ARIEL JOHN QUIMZON
    19 ABAÑA, JOSHUA NICOLAS CASTILLO
     20 ABBU, RECHELL BALDOVINO
     21 ABCEDE, KETHLENE JOY CAGAMPANG
    22 ABDON, KEVIN JAMES ADVINCULA
     23 ABECIA, ANGELITO JR MORALES
     24 ABEJERO, ROWELL ENCIA
    25 ABELA, RUBY ROSE OBMERGA
    26 ABELLA, ANGELBERT MARVIN DOLINSO
    27 ABELLA, EARL JENN PORRAS
    28 ABELLA, JOHN ALBERT NACION
    29 ABENOJA, FELMAR CATIBO
    30 ABERGIDO, ARNIE KING FAHAD JOBLE
    31 ABETCHUELA, ELONA VALDEZ
    32 ABING, RALPH JASON JALALON
    33 ABLON, JAYSON ZAMORA
    34 ABONETE, GERRYJIL LARIOSA
    35 ABONITALLA, NICOLAS JR ACOL-ACOL
     36 ABORDE, VENCE CLIVE OLANO
    37 ABRAHAM, ARVIN AGNA
    38 ABRAHAN, BJ CABACABA
     39 ABRENICA, JOHN MARK BAUTISTA
     40 ABRENICA, SHIELA CASTILLO
    41 ABRENILLA, MARK KEVIN MEMBRERE
     42 ABUEG, VAL PHRIXUS PALICPIC
     43 ABUEL, KENNETH RAZO
    44 ABUNDA, JOEY LANON
    45 ABUQUE, MHARLON SAYSON
    46 ACAIN, JOAN SUZETTE BAYSA
    47 ACEBEDO, PATRICIA GREGORIO
    48 ACEDILLO, ADRIAN II SALVA
    49 ACEDO, IVAN JAKE POSTRERO
    50 ACERO, LIANNE DALE ALIÑABO 
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     51 ACIBAR, ARNOLD DEL ROSARIO
    52 ACIBAR, SALDY ESPALLARDO
    53 ACOSTA, EMERSON ESTRADA
    54 ACOSTA, MARK DARYLL JUEGO
     55 ADAON, ALMAR PALACAY
     56 ADEM, EDMAR SANCHEZ
    57 ADENA, JOHN VAL ANINO
    58 ADIGUE, DEXTHER ASIS
    59 ADION, CHRISTOPHER GUMABAT
    60 ADO-AN, RAYMUND ORGASAN
    61 ADONIS, LEONARD THADEOUS DELA TORRE
    62 ADORA, PATRICE ANN IRINCO
    63 ADOVE, JUAN PAULO
    64 ADRALES, JOHN ROBERT DE JESUS
    65 ADRIANO, ARJON CABIGAO
    66 ADVINCULA, ARJI SANGLAY
    67 AGAC-AC, REY LARIOSA
     68 AGAPAY, ADRIEL REI DESCALLAR
     69 AGARAN, MARK LOUIE OCAMPO
    70 AGARIN, LYNDONE JAN MARIN
     71 AGATEP, BRIAN ESTEBAN
     72 AGBAYANI, REXOR JOHN RIVERA
    73 AGCAOILI, JAMAICA GAY JIMENEZ
    74 AGCAOILI, JOSSA BUENAFLOR
    75 AGGALAO, JAYLORD GUMPAD
    76 AGNES, REGIELYN SERNAL
    77 AGNIR, RENZ MICHAEL
    78 AGON, RENZ MENDOZA
    79 AGOR, JAYMAR AGUSTIN
    80 AGPALZA, KEVIN JAY SANTIAGO
     81 AGRAVANTE, ELY MAR BETIZ
     82 AGRITO, CHRISTIAN CILLAN
    83 AGRITO, CHRISTOPHER CILLAN
     84 AGSOLID, CLARK JOHN BALASON
     85 AGUADO, EARVIN JONAS VISCO
    86 AGUAS, MARK EADRINE LEE
     87 AGUDO, JOHN PHILIP ALHAMBRA
     88 AGUILAR, JOSE FRANKLIN JR SAN JUAN
    89 AGUILAR, KRIZZLE MARIE CLEMENTE
    90 AGUSTIN, CHRISTOFFER INGUITO
    91 AGUSTIN, JOHN MAURICE ARAGON
    92 AGUSTIN, RALPHE VANNE CLARK BAGONGON
    93 AGUSTIN, THELMO JR LASMARIAS
    94 AINZA, IVY COLARINA
    95 AKIATAN, LOUIEGIE ALEMAN
    96 ALABA, CALVIN JOHN CABUEÑAS
    97 ALAMEDA, DAN CARLO COLORADO
    98 ALANO, JOHN CARLO
    99 ALANO, PAOLO PANGANIBAN
     100 ALARCON, ALDREN BAROTA 
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     101 ALARDE, BERNIE MAJAIT
    102 ALAURIN, JEROME ASHZEL DIESTA
    103 ALAVERA, JOBERT QUILES
    104 ALBA, JOHN CHRISTOPHER ELISAN
    105 ALBAO, JUDE BON
     106 ALBARAN, PAUL CHRISTIAN IBE
     107 ALBARRACIN, JAYCRIS JUMANG-IT
    108 ALBASALDO, JOHNDAVE GAMBALA
     109 ALBAY, DANIEL BARRIETA
     110 ALBELLAR, JOJO YODICO
    111 ALBENDIA, RAYMOND OLIQUINO
    112 ALBUNA, JOSHUA OCHABILLO
    113 ALBURO, CLARICE ELSIE OPALLA
    114 ALCALA, JOSEPH KEN EBRADO
    115 ALCANTARA, FRANK HAROLD RAMIREZ
    116 ALCANTARA, JENTZEL BONGALON
    117 ALCANTARA, JOMAR VALDEZ
    118 ALCANTARA, MARVIN BUYAN
    119 ALCARAZ, MARK VINCENT CANLUBO
    120 ALCOBA, SAM MICHAEL BENAVENTE
    121 ALCORDO, ALDRIN CURIMATMAT
     122 ALEGADO, BONG DEVERA
     123 ALEGRE, EFREN II ATICALDO
    124 ALEGRE, KRISTOPER NEIL JARA
     125 ALEJO, AARON JAMES GALLEGOS
     126 ALEJO, MINANDRO GONZALES
    127 ALFARAS, JIM HAROLD ESTILLOMO
    128 ALFARO, AGOSTO JR FROGOSA
    129 ALFONSO, CHRISTIAN EMMANUEL DIZON
    130 ALFONSO, HERMAN JR MAURICIO
    131 ALFONSO, RICHARD GARCIA
    132 ALFORQUE, JADE MARK PASAGDAN
    133 ALGADIPE, CHERRY ANN NAVALES
    134 ALI, JALIL GUERRERO
    135 ALIMUIN, CHRISZA DAYTO
    136 ALIWALAS, JED ALVIN CLAUDIO
    137 ALMADIN, RAI CHRISTIAN MAAC
    138 ALMADRONES, JAYSON GARCIA
    139 ALMAREZ, APRIL JOY DAGLE
    140 ALMIÑE, CARMINA MITRA
     141 ALMOITE, CLARENCE JEROME
     142 ALMONIA, DAN PETER TUAZON
    143 ALMONTE, KIM LOUIE CATOLIN
     144 ALO, SANIE BEN MEJOR
     145 ALOCILJA, JETT STEVEN ELIZAN
    146 ALOJADO, DAN LEONIL MONTEJO
     147 ALONZO, RYAN CORPUZ
     148 ALTAVANO, ALWIN ESTABAYA
    149 ALTEA, JOHN ALBERT PAULITE
    150 ALVARADO, CHERRIE GLENN FADRIQUELA 
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     151 ALVARADO, JERIEL DUMANCAS
    152 ALVAREZ, DON HERNANDEZ
    153 ALVAREZ, RALPH LOUISE GUNO
    154 ALVIZ, FREDIRICK MERCADO
    155 AMANO, AVEGAIL CAMACHO
    156 AMANTE, THOM DAVID CORONEL
    157 AMASOLA, DENVER JOHN OJANA
    158 AMBAL, LUCKY LEO AVILA
    159 AMBAS, LOXLY RONTAL
     160 AMBROCIO, KIM BRYAN MAGARRO
     161 AMBROCIO, PAUL JOHN ELDRICH NEMIS
    162 AMIDA, JASON LAURIO
     163 AMIT, ARJIE JR SIPE
     164 AMLON, JOHN MICHAEL LOMBOY
    165 AMONCIO, CHRISTIAN LUCKY BALINO
    166 AMOR, ALFREDO ALCANTARA RATABAN
    167 AMOYAN, VANJE TALARON
    168 AMOYO, PATRICK BELLOSILLO
    169 AMUTAN, JOTHER PEREZ
    170 ANAMA, DAVE CHRISTIAN RAMIREZ
    171 ANCAJAS, JOHN VINCENT IBATUAN
    172 ANCHETA, ALLEN SILVESTER RAFAEL
    173 ANCHETA, IAN CARLOS
    174 ANCHUELO, MARCIANE PULVINAR
    175 ANDA, CHESTER VITTO
    176 ANDAL, MARY ROSE RIVERRA
    177 ANDAYA, LYRA MARIE ABUNDO
    178 ANDRA, JEROME VILLA
     179 ANDRADA, JOHN CARLO RACHO
     180 ANDRADE, LORENCE PADUA
    181 ANDRES, ALDRIN CARAO
    182 ANDRES, CARL JOSHUA FERNANDO
    183 ANDRES, RONALD JR ANDRES
    184 ANDRES, SYMON MYKELL PEREGRINO
    185 ANDUCAL, DANIEL JR GRANADA
    186 ANG, ERIK JAMES LUMANTA
    187 ANGELES, ANFERNEE MANUCOM
    188 ANGELES, JOHN MART VEGA
    189 ANGELES, JRLYN FOS
    190 ANGELES, RONABEL MENDOZA
    191 ANGELES, ROSETTE AGUSTIN
    192 ANGELES, YANCY SELDA
    193 ANGGACO, KHENET WANDAGAN
    194 ANGSIOCO, EDMARK PAGSALIGAN
     195 ANGUE, NORMAN CADAYONG
     196 ANIBAN, PG ACOSTA
    197 ANICIETE, ANGELO RAMOS
    198 ANILLO, CAMILLE ANGELA DEL POSO
    199 ANIN, KRYSTAL JOIZE NUESTRO
    200 ANODAN, JAIME JR ABALOS 
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     201 ANORAN, KAREN JOY ESPINOSA
    202 ANSOLAW, ROBELITO GANDINO
    203 ANSUS, CHRISTOPHER JOHN ALEJANDRINO
    204 ANTIDO, WINSTON LADOC
    205 ANTINEW, LEO CALOZA
    206 ANTONI, KENNETH RAMOS
    207 APARICIO, RAUL II TORRALBA
     208 APAS, JED ERNIE VILLAMOR
     209 APIADO, GERALDINE DUMO
    210 APIAG, VIC JAMES PEREZ
    211 APIGO, JACK ESTEPA
    212 APINO, MERELIE GRACE DURANTE
    213 APLA-ON, CHRISTOPHER JOHN SERFINO
    214 APOSTOL, LESTER TOM NADONSA
    215 APULOG, CHRISTIAN CRISTOBAL
    216 AQUILLANO, CRISTAL JOY SINIGAYAN
    217 AQUINO, ALLAN PAUL VILLEDO
    218 AQUINO, ARNEL JOSHUA BALDEMORA
    219 AQUINO, CARL GUENO LUMAGUE
    220 AQUINO, GELLIE ANN GAPUNAY
    221 AQUINO, JAYSON JEFFE BUNAG
    222 AQUINO, JIM DANGLAY
    223 AQUINO, MARK SABAYBAY
    224 ARABEJO, REYNOLD RAZONABLE
    225 ARAGON, MICHELLE ANNE DAMASCO
    226 ARAGONCILLO, JETHRO JAMENA
     227 ARANDIA, ARNNIE MIKE ESEQUE
     228 ARANETA, JOSUE ATES
    229 ARANIEGO, CINDERELLA SIA
     230 ARAQUIL, DAN K'ZAR IAN RIZALDO
     231 ARARAO, JERALD ARADO
    232 ARATAN, SHEILO MAE SATINIAMAN
    233 ARAÑA, JOHN ARIES DE LUNAS
    234 ARAÑEZ, JAN PAULO BERNALES
    235 ARAÑO, WILBERT MIRANDA
    236 ARBOLEDA, NOMAR CHRISTIAN ALGODON
    237 ARCALLANA, NEIL JOPHET PATRIMONIO
    238 ARCANA, CLARENCE AVERGONZADO
    239 ARCANGELES, CHRISTIAN LORO
    240 ARCELO, DARWIN DOMIREZ
    241 ARCENAL, CHRISTIAN AMEMITA
    242 ARCENO, LAWRENCE UDAUNDO
    243 ARCEO, FRANCIS PAUL RAYRAY
    244 ARCEO, LEO JOSE BARRETTO
    245 ARCEO, PRINCE KEANNU GAA
     246 ARCILLA, DANIELLICA MARIE BUSANTE
     247 ARDALES, ELMER MALIGAT
    248 ARDANIEL, AR-AR SABBAN
     249 ARDENIO, KIRSTY IMRIE ARDAMOY
     250 ARELLANO, GABRIEL PARALEJAS 
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     251 ARELLANO, PAULO MONARES
    252 ARENAS, KATRINA SARAH
    253 ARESGADO, ALLAN CARLO OMNOS
    254 AREVALO, JOHN MARTILLANA
    255 AREVALO, LEAH MAE SANDOVAL
    256 AREVALO, NEIL ADAM
    257 ARIDA, MA LOURDES KAYE BERIL
    258 ARLANTE, JERWIN DELA FUENTE
    259 ARNAIZ, JUDE-EL CAGOT
    260 ARNAIZ, VINCENT REODIQUE
    261 ARNIÑO, ALLAN MORILLO
    262 ARPON, JERIC GARCIA
    263 ARROFO, MICHAEL JOHN SALDUA
    264 ARTIAGA, JOED LASTRA
     265 ARTICONA, RAYNOLD COSICO
     266 ARUCAN, AARON BANTING
    267 ARZAGA, BILLY JOHN ABATAY
    268 ASADDI, JAMRI HASSAN
    269 ASCUTIA, MARLON GRANDE
    270 ASI, BHON JERIC MARASIGAN
    271 ASI, BRYAN PITEL
    272 ASIROT, FRANCIS PAOLO BUENO
    273 ASONG, JAY LUCBAN
    274 ASORO, JONATHAN ISON
     275 ASPAN, CRIO LAINNE REYES
     276 ASUNCION, JASON DIZON
    277 ASUNCION, JEYVEE HELM PERPO
     278 ASUNCION, JORDAN KIM VICENTE
     279 ASUNCION, KERR NELL MORTA
    280 ATIENZA, ALYSSA MAE SASTADO
    281 ATIENZA, ANDREW PEREZ
    282 ATIENZA, ELTON JOHN FRANCISCO
    283 ATIENZA, RALPH DERICK MITRA
    284 ATOK, AD ROEL ALCOBER
    285 AURELLANA, JULIET SUSMITHA LADUB
    286 AURIN, TIMOTHY JAMAYBAY
    287 AUSTERO, RHENZ MICHAEL SORIANO
    288 AUSTRIA, DAN CARLO SEBELO
    289 AUTENCIO, MARK CHRISTOPHER BUSTAMANTE
    290 AVELLANA, JANNO VON MAQUILING
    291 AVENIDO, BON RITCH MIKE ONCE
    292 AVENIDO, MA LYNEL MONTABLAN
    293 AVILA, SAMMY
    294 AVISO, MARY JANE CAPOQUIAN
    295 AWING, CHRISTIAN PAUL DE TORRES
    296 AYAGAN, LEO CHRISTOPHER YAPES
    297 AZAGRA, JOHN GENEL AUMENTADO
    298 AZARCON, ARTURO JR MALOT
    299 AÑONUEVO, MANLY BORCELO
     300 AÑONUEVO, RAY STA MARIA 
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     301 BABAS, IRISH JOY
    302 BACALLA, JESSICA ALBAO
    303 BACANI, MARK CAYABYAB
    304 BACANI, PAUL KEVIN ROSARIO
    305 BACARISA, CARLITO LABANDERO
    306 BACAY, JANNE CAMILLE PALOMARES
    307 BACHINILLA, MARLON BALABA
    308 BACLAO, JERIC ALBA
    309 BACSAL, JUSTIN ABADIANO
    310 BACSAL, LUIS ANTONIO MABUTE
    311 BACUD, JOELYN ANN TABULA
    312 BACUNAWA, SAMUEL CRUZ
     313 BADAJOS, MENARD LAPITAN
     314 BADIOLA, JOHN MEHR LLEVA
    315 BADON, JOVEN MENDOZA
    316 BADUA, JOHNSEN JUDE MACATUMBAS
    317 BAEL, ROBEN BRANDES
    318 BAES, JONATHAN ARBES
    319 BAES, RICARDO III BANTA
    320 BAGONA, IVAN JAMES GANGANO
    321 BAGSIC, ALDRIN SALUDO
    322 BAGUAL, MAR JOSEPH PERALTA
    323 BAGUIO, SAMUEL LUMBISO
    324 BAGUISA, AL GENE GALICIA
    325 BAHALA, ROCKY JR SURBAN
     326 BAILLO, JAMES WARREN MENGOTE
     327 BAILON, CHRISTIAN CAPA
    328 BAJAMUNDI, KHRISTIAN PAULO POLINAG
     329 BALABA, VANISSA MAE ACAS
     330 BALAG, EFREN JR PULINNEK
    331 BALAGAPO, JADE MONTIBON
    332 BALAGAT, ELIZARD JAY DE LA CRUZ
    333 BALAGBIS, SHATY YNNA MANUEL
    334 BALAGOSA, RODERICK OMAC
    335 BALAGUER, HARVEY KEVIN MAGPANTAY
    336 BALAIS, GIAN CARLO DATOY
    337 BALAQUIAO, JOHN MICHAEL DACARA
    338 BALASBAS, WILSON CARURUCAN
    339 BALBA, RICHIE GATDULA
    340 BALBIDO, CARLO NIEVA
    341 BALDEO, ELOISE BAGOR
    342 BALDERAMA, MARK RYAN BENAYA
    343 BALDONADO, HARRIETTE ABAYARI
    344 BALDOS, DENNIS UGALE
     345 BALDOVINO, ELLY BRENT CRESCENCIO
     346 BALIGOD, JOSHUA CHRISTIAN DICDICAN
    347 BALILA, RALPH ALDRIN BALASTA
     348 BALILI, JOSEPT ANCHETA
     349 BALINGIT, ALFONSO LUIS MAGAS
    350 BALINGIT, DANIEL RUSTIA 
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     351 BALISTA, AESCHIER GERSHON MORTEJO
     352 BALIWAS, KENRICK JOHN BALAGUER
    353 BALLADARES, JULIE ANN CADIENTE
     354 BALLATAN, KEITH LOUELLA BATA
     355 BALMACEDA, JAYMAR SEDANZA
    356 BALMES, MELMARIE ILAGAN
    357 BALMORES, JAYSON VILLANUEVA
    358 BALORIA, REX GABAISEN
    359 BALTAZAR, CHARLES DAVEN JOVEN
    360 BALTAZAR, JANELLA RONQUILLO
    361 BALTAZAR, JOVEN MARZAN
    362 BALUCAN, JAYVEE ROMANO
    363 BALUGO, EDITO ABRANTES
    364 BALUYOT, ALEXANDER ALIGUIN
    365 BALUYUT, JOHN PAUL TUAZON
    366 BALUYUT, JORIC SANTOS
     367 BANAAG, GABRIEL BONGHANOY
     368 BANDAYANON, ABEGAIL GESIM
    369 BANDILLA, DORAH JEAN FUNCION
     370 BANGAOIL, FRANCIS JUAN
     371 BANGAYAN, DHOMER TAGUINOD
    372 BANGKIRIG, ZHUN WILFRED ORTEGA
    373 BANIQUED, MARK VILLANUEVA
    374 BANTA, KEYCEE ATIENZA
    375 BANTA, RAIDEN CORDERO
    376 BANTILLO, KARL XAVIER ENDRINA
    377 BANTILLO, RENAN MONACILLO
    378 BANTOTO, NEIL REASOL
    379 BANTUGAN, MIKHAIL LEE
    380 BANZALI, ROBERT RENZ RIVERA
    381 BANZUELA, CHRISTIAN PAUL DIVINAGRACIA
    382 BAQUERO, MICHAEL CONDEZA
     383 BAQUILER, JORDAN CATUBIG
     384 BAQUIRAN, MARVIN VIRAY
    385 BARANDA, MHENBERT MANALO
     386 BARANGOT, JOHNRHEY MORALIDAD
     387 BARAQUIA, ALVIN DALE ALICANDO
    388 BARCARSE, REGIN TEODY JAMBARO
    389 BARCELO, JEANO LOUIS CORTEZ
    390 BARCELON, DANIELLE SILVANO ILAGAN
    391 BARCELON, MICHAEL ANDREW SANCHEZ
    392 BARLUADO, CRISTOGENE DE GUZMAN
    393 BARON, DOVE JANE MONTEROLA
    394 BARRACA, JUSTINE REYES
    395 BARREDO, BENEDICT JOSE BARRA
    396 BARRERA, YDDETE LYN FERNANDEZ
    397 BARRIDA, MARK OLIVER VILLALOBOS
    398 BARRO, ADRIAN DANIEL ACOSTA
    399 BARRO, RONA BERUELA
    400 BARROGA, CHRISTIAN DAVID MADALURA 
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     401 BARTOLO, RAYMART MARIÑAS
    402 BARTOLOME, JAKE BRYAN PAJIMNA
    403 BARTOLOME, MICHAEL JAMES TOPINIO
    404 BASARI, ABDULLAH ENGKONG
    405 BASARI, RADI JAMANI
    406 BASATAN, JEFTEE BINAY-AN
    407 BASAÑEZ, CLARA ASDANG
     408 BASIERTO, FRANK EARL HERRERAS
     409 BASILIO, LORENCE YUSON
    410 BATALLA, ANGELO VIERNES
     411 BATANGOSO, JAN AUBREY GONZALES
     412 BATHAN, JONATHAN CRUZAT
    413 BATILO, JERICK MEDINA
    414 BATOY, DEXTER MOLEJON
    415 BATTAD, RYAN MARLOU COLLADO
    416 BATU, ALWYN JOHN UMLAS
    417 BATUIGAS, RALPH RENIEL CARAVANA
    418 BAUAG, MARK LESTHER FERNANDEZ
    419 BAULA, HARLIN ROWELL BATILES
    420 BAUTISTA, JENNELYN MALIBIRAN
    421 BAUTISTA, JEROME SISNERO
    422 BAUTISTA, JONATHAN PARAGAS
    423 BAUTISTA, JUNE FRANCO AGILLON
    424 BAUTISTA, KARL CHRISTIAN MANALAC
    425 BAUTISTA, LEVITICAH GRACE BUNALADI
    426 BAUTISTA, MARIA BEVERLY ARENDAYEN
    427 BAUTISTA, NEPHTALI MIRANDA
    428 BAUTISTA, PHILLIP JOHN PEREZ
    429 BAUTISTA, VINCE JUSTIN FURIGAY
    430 BAYBAYAN, JUMAR MANALO
    431 BAYLON, ROI ALGYN JAY HILARIO
    432 BAYSAN, RAY ALLEN BAYAN
     433 BAYUDAN, MA DAYANARA LOPEZ
     434 BAÑARIA, ROSELITH INFELIZ
    435 BAÑAS, KENNETH BARCENAS
    436 BEBELONE, ROLANDO JR SEBLOS
    437 BEBONIA, JOMAR BALANG
    438 BECIOS, CHRISTIEN REX ANGELO RASE
    439 BELAOS, DARWIN MADERA
    440 BELARMINO, CHARLES NICOL PICAZO
    441 BELARMINO, JAPHET BAYLON
    442 BELDA, DAN ANGELO MANARIN
    443 BELGAR, EVA BROSO
    444 BELISTA, LESTER BELTRAN
    445 BELLA, ARGIE TAMAYO
    446 BELLEZA, MARC ELO ABETO
    447 BELLO, JOSEN YERIEVAN SARABIA
    448 BENAMER, MARK OLIVER ABARIENTOS
    449 BENEDICTO, ERBERT ALISON JULIAN
    450 BENGIL, JAHMEEL ILIGAN 
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     452 BENITEZ, HANS BELA
     453 BENITEZ, JELL HONEYLYN LOBETE
    454 BENLIRO, MARK ANGELO RETORCA
     455 BENOSA, JAYLOR ESTRELLA
     456 BENTAZAL, ROLAND SERA
    457 BENTURADO, WILMAR ESPARTERO
    458 BEOF, ZALDY JR APUYAN
    459 BEQUILLA, CARL ANTHONY ABAD
    460 BERATIO, HARFEL ELAMPARO
    461 BERAYA, JOHN CHRIST NUÑEZ
    462 BERBA, SHIRDAN VILLAFLORES
    463 BERCADES, RAMSEY VARGAS
    464 BERIDO, CHRIS DOMINIC CLARION
    465 BERMUNDO, JOHN ALSON MAGANA
    466 BERNARDO, FELIX JR BUENAVENTURA
    467 BERTULFO, RODNEY ORPIA
    468 BESAS, MICHAEL VINCENT TAPUYAO
    469 BESINGA, BENJAX BERNANTE
    470 BETITA, ARMAN PORQUEZ
     471 BETITO, LLOYD ANGELO VILLAPAZ
     472 BIAGO, TRISHA MARIE TRABALLO
    473 BIBERA, JOHN NEIL CANTUBA
    474 BIENES, CARLO BALBASTRO
    475 BIGORNIA, APRIL JOY DANIEL
    476 BILAN, REO PANES
    477 BILUGAN, MARIE KRIS MORALES
    478 BINAY-AN, KIEFFER JAN LANGBIS
    479 BINOYA, JAYSON LOUIE RIBLE
    480 BIRAYON, JAKE LEONARD AJOS
    481 BIRON, SETH JOSHUA AGAS
    482 BISCO, MARK JOSEPH NABLE
    483 BISCOCHO, JAKE BENEDICTO
    484 BITARA, JAYVEE IAN GENEBLAZO
    485 BITICON, ALYANNA MACUTO
    486 BITON, LOWEN JAY MEDILO
     487 BITUYA, EVAN CHRISTOPHER SILVESTRE
     488 BLANCA, LEIGH DE GUZMAN
    489 BLANCIA, ROMNICK MALINAO
    490 BOADILLA, ROBERT JOHN COSTALES
    491 BOADO, JOMIE DOMONDON
    492 BOBIER, JOMHEN JOSEF CANA
    493 BOBILES, KRISTOPHER JIM SIERVO
    494 BOCALAN, ZYRENE MAE ASIMAN
    495 BOCBOC, JORDAN ORALLO
    496 BOGNOT, JEREMIAH LEE
    497 BOGNOT, JOHN ALVIN DELA CRUZ
    498 BOISER, PATRICK JAMES ARANGCON
    499 BOLA, HAZEL ANN SAN BUENAVENTURA
    500 BOLA, JOHN CEDRICK SAN BUENAVENTURA 
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    "Philosopher n'est qu'une façon de raisonner la mélancolie."
    Louise de Vilmorin







    "La mélancolie
    C'est un' rue barrée
    C'est c'qu'on peut pas dire
    C'est dix ans de purée
    Dans un souvenir
    C'est ce qu'on voudrait
    Sans devoir choisir

    La mélancolie
    C'est un chat perdu
    Qu'on croit retrouvé
    C'est un chien de plus
    Dans le monde qu'on sait
    C'est un nom de rue
    Où l'on va jamais

    La mélancolie
    C'est se retrouver seul
    Place de l'Opéra
    Quand le flic t'engueule



    Et qu'il ne sait pas
    Que tu le dégueules
    En rentrant chez toi
    C'est décontracté
    Ouvrir la télé
    Et regarder distrait
    Un Zitron pressé
    Te parler du tiercé
    Que tu n'a pas joué

    La mélancolie
    La mélancolie
    C'est voir un mendiant
    Chez l'conseil fiscal
    C'est voir deux amants
    Qui lisent le journal
    C'est voir sa maman
    Chaque fois qu'on s'voit mal

    La mélancolie
    C'est revoir Garbo
    Dans la rein' Christine
    C'est revoir Charlot
    A l'âge de Chaplin
    C'est Victor Hugo
    Et Léopoldine

    La mélancolie
    C'est sous la teinture
    Avoir les cheveux blancs
    Et sous la parure
    Faire la part des ans
    C'est sous la blessure
    Voir passer le temps
    C'est un chimpanzé
    Au zoo d'Anvers
    Qui meurt à moitié
    Qui meurt à l'envers
    Qui donnerait ses pieds
    Pour un revolver

    La mélancolie
    La mélancolie
    C'est les yeux des chiens
    Quand il pleut des os
    C'est les bras du bien
    Quand le mal est beau
    C'est quelquefois rien
    C'est quelquefois trop

    La mélancolie
    C'est voir dans la pluie
    Le sourire du vent
    Et dans l'éclaircie
    La gueule du printemps
    C'est dans les soucis
    Voir qu'la fleur des champs

    La mélancolie
    C'est regarder l'eau
    D'un dernier regard
    Et faire la peau
    Au divin hasard
    Et rentrer penaud
    Et rentrer peinard
    C'est avoir le noir
    Sans savoir très bien
    Ce qu'il faudrait voir
    Entre loup et chien
    C'est un désespoir

    qu'a pas les moyens
    La mélancolie
    La mélancolie."

    Léo Ferré 



    "En automne je récoltai toutes mes peines et je les enterrai dans mon jardin.
    lorsque avril refleurit et que la terre et le printemps célébrèrent leurs noces,
    mon jardin fut jonché de fleurs splendides et exceptionnelles." 
     Gibran Khalil Gibran





    Les choses vont comme elles vont

    De temps en temps la terre tremble

    Louis Aragon

     
    "Mélancolie. Pour la sonorité du coquelicot. Pour l’étoile de mer sur le rebord de la fenêtre. Pour le cri du coq à l’aube. Pour le sillage de l’avion dans le ciel de juillet.
     
    Pour la valse de Chopin aérant la salle de musique. Et le sachet de camphre sous la chemise de laine. Pour l’alexandrin dans la chambre de cèdre. Pour l’averse de cinq heures et le chant grégorien. Pour le col de dentelle et pour la face-à-main d’ivoire. Pour l’abat-jour de soie, pour l’odeur des framboises et pour le pain levant dans l’escalier. Pour l’ennui des dimanches et pour la balançoire. Pour Le Dormeur du val.  Pour le lilas, pour la lampe de chevet. Pour la rivière Rouge de mon village aux poissons transparents. Pour le joueur de guitare sur la place publique. Pour l’érable de Pâques et le cornet d’écorce. Pour la sieste et le lézard.
     
    Les choses sont sonores dans la voix de poème.
     
    Nos ombres se consument au fur et à mesure de l’avancée de nos pas. Nous refusons les fausses routes. Les pays incertains.
     
    Nous ne reviendrons plus vers les écureuils fabuleux pendus aux branches des noisetiers. Le jour tremble. Volière. L’heure s’est assoupie. Nous sommes à l’abri des coups de midi noir."
     
    Sommes de veille. Toutes voiles dehors. 
    Paul Chanel Malenfant, « Mélancolie », Traces de l’éphémère, Le Noroît, Montréal, 2011.
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              Idaho sends another 150 inmates to Texas due to overcrowding      Cache   Translate Page      

    BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho officials have sent another 150 male inmates to be housed in Texas due to overcrowding in Idaho. Idaho officials say the inmates arrived at the Eagle Pass Correctional Facility in Eagle Pass, Texas, on Tuesday afternoon. Idaho officials say that 549 Idaho inmates are now housed at the facility and […]
              Byrne, Bob      Cache   Translate Page      
    Bob Edward Byrne May 31, 1938 - October 6, 2018 Bob "Edward'" Byrne Ed was born in Boise Idaho May 31, 1938 to Eugene and Inez Byrne. He enlisted in...
              Coan, Loretta      Cache   Translate Page      
    Loretta R. Coan June 28, 1926 - October 3, 2018 Loretta Rose Anna Coan, 92, died peacefully on Wednesday, October 3rd, 2018 in Boise, Idaho. Loretta...
              Crandall, Marie Overgard Waters      Cache   Translate Page      
    Marie M. Overgard Waters Crandall, 89, of Boise, died October 6, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City
              DeWane, Jean-Patrick      Cache   Translate Page      
    Jean-Patrick "Pat" DeWane, 35, of Boise, died October 5, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor
              Gallup, Darrell      Cache   Translate Page      
    Darrell L. Gallup, 93, of Boise, died Saturday, October 6th. Funeral Home: Relyea Funeral Chapel
              Hanson, Holli      Cache   Translate Page      
    Holli Susan Hanson, 61, of Boise, died October 7, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City
              Hiscox, Everett      Cache   Translate Page      
    Everett I. Hiscox, 82, of Boise, died Saturday, October 6, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor, Garden City
              Orton, George      Cache   Translate Page      
    George Kendall Orton, 72, of Boise, died Sunday, October 7, 2018. Funeral Home: Summers Funeral Home, Boise Chapel
              Wilson, Seth      Cache   Translate Page      
    Seth D. Wilson October 24th, 1978 - September 30th, 2018 Seth Wilson, 39, of Boise, passed away September 30th from a motorcycle accident. Seth...
              Industrial Electrician - Boise Cascade - Cheyenne, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
    \*\*\*\*\*\*Journeyman Electrical license are reciprocal to Oregon from the states of Alaska, Alberta, Arkansas, British Columbia, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho,... $28.53 - $33.92 an hour
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              Encourage: What I pray for our churches      Cache   Translate Page      
    Let me give you an idea of my preaching schedule for the months of September and October: Sentinel, First; Altus, First; Seminole, Indian Nations; Boise City, First; Guymon, First; Ramona, First; Ada, Morris Memorial; Skiatook, First; Red Oak, First; and Hinton, First. I have or will also preach for several associational meetings: Muskogee, Cimarron, Panhandle, […]
              10/18/2018 - Get Found On Google Search & Maps      Cache   Translate Page      
    "The Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Boise Association, the Idaho SBDC and the Small Business Administration are combining forces to bring the power of Google resources to small businesses in Boise. Please join us for a completely free session on how to get your business online, getting found on Google search and maps as well as other resources available to the small business owner. The web isn't just for the big companies anymore, it's now in the hands of small and medium size businesses and is making the difference in profitability and competition. Google wants every business online and they are making it easier with tools and training for entrepreneurs. Attendees can bring their mobile devices or laptops for a more hands-on experience, or they can just relax and listen. Join us for a great time and some cool Google swag! Speaker(s): Kim Sherman-Labrum, Doug, Covey, Will Fowler Co-Sponsor(s): Boise Downtown Association, Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, the Small Business Administrationa and Google"
              Matthew Desmond at The Morrison Center: Housing is a Right      Cache   Translate Page      
    "America's weird. We're the richest country with the worst poverty." Matthew Demond, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, opened his Oct. 9 talk at the Morrison Center with a paradox. "America's weird," he said. "We're the richest country with the worst poverty." In 2009, the number of people living on less than $2 per day was double the number of people living in the same conditions in 1996, and in 2013, UNICEF determined that the U.S. had the second-highest child poverty rate in the developed world. More to Desmond's point, poverty is wrapped up in a cycle with housing, and in particular, eviction. "Eviction seems to push people into disadvantage," he said. During his talk, which was the season opener for The Cabin's Readings & Conversations series, Desmond outlined how evictions and housing discrimination against families, women of color and sources of income create situations in which some people pay upwards of 70 and 80 percent of their incomes to keep roofs over their heads, which means making tough choices between food, medicine, clothing and other essentials, and having a place to sleep at night. Evicted focuses on the lives of multiple people living in just those conditions in Milwaukee,  and using a combination of hard evidence, fact-finding and the lived experiences of people in poverty with eviction records, Desmond makes the case that "we don't fix poverty in America without fixing housing." On stage at the Morrison Center, he said the problem of housing approaches the complexity of the problem of rising healthcare costs; and there may not be a silver bullet to solve it. He dismissed a proposal to build more housing—after all, just prior to the Great Recession, both the availability and cost of housing increased—but he did toss up one idea: Offer everyone living below the poverty line housing vouchers that would enable them to spend not more than one-third of their incomes on housing. Such a program, he estimated, would cost $22 billion. "That would fundamentally change poverty in this country," he said. "I think housing should be a right in America."…
               Comment on Notre Dame’s four possible paths to Playoff by sfspider       Cache   Translate Page      
    I think with 5 big time conferences, ND, and the benefit to all of college football if some hope (however slim) is given to schools like UCF and Boise State, the playoff should expand to 6 teams with first round byes to the top 2. This still provides a true benefit to BAMA looking like BAMA each year and/or to ND or Clemson or OH State going undefeated in a given year, and it gives all of the talking heads a chance to argue about who deserves the byes (and more importantly for those in control of all of this, a chance to make advertising money from all of us as they argue about it). I don't see 8 happening (nor do I see my plan happening) but it's my best crack at keeping most of the drama that ESPN/NCAA love, yet addresses the reality that almost every year, the difference between #4 and #5 (and some years #6) is clearly debatable, leaving a truly deserving team, sometimes with only 1 loss, sitting home watching.
              Fitter/Welder - Laframboise Group - Cornwall, ON      Cache   Translate Page      
    Must be familiar with Welding Safety and practice safe working methods at all times. To be the constructor of choice providing superior quality and reliability...
    From Indeed - Tue, 25 Sep 2018 19:14:11 GMT - View all Cornwall, ON jobs
              odelices      Cache   Translate Page      
    Petite nouveauté reçue au bureau aujourd’hui : trois canettes de cidre (doux, brut, framboise) de la marque @valderance_cidre 🥃 Très joli packaging ! (Attention, l’abus d’alcool est dangereux pour la santé, à consommer avec modération). #odelices #cidre #valderance #boisson #recette #foodblog #automne #f52grams #foodstylist #foodphotograph #foodstagram #food #foodie #cuisine
              Judge Finds Take-Home Asbestos Claims Against Railway Fail      Cache   Translate Page      
    BOISE, Idaho - While a man is correct that a railroad untimely raised its preemption argument, he has not adequately pleaded his take-home exposure case, a federal judge in Idaho said Oct. 1 (Williams Stephens, et al. v. Union Pacific Railroad Co., No. 17-385, D. Idaho, 2018 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 171064).
              NLO 1300: Fix Your Tits, Boise      Cache   Translate Page      
    Patrick is doing shows in Boise, Idaho with James Hesky. James opens up about his recent shitting activity, in a classic podcast overshare. We’ve had some weird shows so far, including a woman yelling the N-word during a show and an alpha male that did not appreciate having his woman insulted. James has been walking […]
              Industrial Electrician - Boise Cascade - Cheyenne, WY      Cache   Translate Page      
    \*\*\*\*\*\*Journeyman Electrical license are reciprocal to Oregon from the states of Alaska, Alberta, Arkansas, British Columbia, Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho,... $28.53 - $33.92 an hour
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              The Record Exchange Adds 64,000 Vinyl Albums, 3,000 Cassettes to its Collection      Cache   Translate Page      
    When the Yesteryear Shoppe in Nampa closed its doors, The Record Exchanged scored big. Sometimes, one business' heartbreaking end can be another's fresh opportunity. That was exactly the case with the closure of the Yesteryear Shoppe, a 44-year institution selling rare books and vintage records in downtown Nampa. The Idaho Press reports that the shop shuttered in June to make way for a new development, but there is some good news: When Yesteryear flipped its open sign to closed for the last time, its staggeringly large music collection went up for sale—and The Record Exchange in downtown Boise snapped it up. "We were sad to hear of Yesteryear's closing because we have known Dave Gonzalez and his family for many years and hate seeing another great independent retailer disappear, but we were thrilled to have the opportunity to purchase the collection instead of watching it leave on a truck for California," Record Exchange Founder and Owner Michael Bunnell said in a press release. Yesteryear's collection of 64,000 vinyl albums more than tripled The Record Exchange's previous stock of 17,000 records, and a batch of 3,000 cassettes rounded out the purchase. The timing of cassette influx was fortuitous, as International Cassette Store Day is just around the corner on Saturday, Oct. 13. The Record Exchange is celebrating with a giant sale on cassettes, offering a few exclusive releases as well as $1 used cassettes and $1.99 grab bags. "We haven't had this large a collection of cassettes come through the store in years, and given the timing with Cassette Store Day, we thought it would be fun to price a bunch at a buck and throw them on the stage for the weekend," said Chad Dryden, marketing and promotions director for The Record Exchange. While Dryden declined to disclose the cost of the acquisition, he was happy to talk about its contents. "There is a ton of '70s rock and country, and in some cases dozens of titles from artists such as Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles and the like," he said. "One nice thing about this buy is that it will help keep certain artist sections filled—so someone like Willie Nelson or Dolly Parton, who at times we've had a hard time meeting demand for used records, now have a couple dozen records in their section with more waiting in our backstock." While some of the new vinyl inventory is already racked and ready for purchase, much of it is being held in climate-controlled storage…
              Matthew Desmond at The Morrison Center: Housing is a Right      Cache   Translate Page      
    "America's weird. We're the richest country with the worst poverty." Matthew Demond, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, opened his Oct. 9 talk at the Morrison Center with a paradox. "America's weird," he said. "We're the richest country with the worst poverty." In 2009, the number of people living on less than $2 per day was double the number of people living in the same conditions in 1996, and in 2013, UNICEF determined that the U.S. had the second-highest child poverty rate in the developed world. More to Desmond's point, poverty is wrapped up in a cycle with housing, and in particular, eviction. "Eviction seems to push people into disadvantage," he said. During his talk, which was the season opener for The Cabin's Readings & Conversations series, Desmond outlined how evictions and housing discrimination against families, women of color and sources of income create situations in which some people pay upwards of 70 and 80 percent of their incomes to keep roofs over their heads, which means making tough choices between food, medicine, clothing and other essentials, and having a place to sleep at night. Evicted focuses on the lives of multiple people living in just those conditions in Milwaukee,  and using a combination of hard evidence, fact-finding and the lived experiences of people in poverty with eviction records, Desmond makes the case that "we don't fix poverty in America without fixing housing." On stage at the Morrison Center, he said the problem of housing approaches the complexity of the problem of rising healthcare costs; and there may not be a silver bullet to solve it. He dismissed a proposal to build more housing—after all, just prior to the Great Recession, both the availability and cost of housing increased—but he did toss up one idea: Offer everyone living below the poverty line housing vouchers that would enable them to spend not more than one-third of their incomes on housing. Such a program, he estimated, would cost $22 billion. "That would fundamentally change poverty in this country," he said. "I think housing should be a right in America."…
              October 10, 2018: What to Know      Cache   Translate Page      
    Capital City Development Corporation gifts Grove Plaza to the City of Boise (on one condition), Hurricane Michael winds up to hit Florida, the Red Sox beat the Yankees and a meteorologist makes the news in more ways than one by taking her son to work. The animals at Zoo Boise didn't pair up two-by-two on Tuesday. That said, Boise saw its rainiest Oct. 9 since 1911. The National Weather Service says nearly a full inch of rain fell on the City of Trees. The good news is that a string of sunny days is in the Treasure Valley forecast for the rest of the week. But home gardeners should know that overnight temperatures are expected to drop below the freezing mark. In the southeastern U.S., Hurricane Michael strengthened into a Category 4 storm overnight and is expected to slam into the Florida Panhandle today. The Weather Channel says it will be the fiercest tropical cyclone to hit the mainland U.S. this year. During its Tuesday evening session, the Boise City Council agreed on a three-to-two vote to accept The Grove Plaza as a gift from Boise's urban renewal agency, the Capital City Development Corporation. But the deal also includes a provision that if the city were ever to sell the The Grove, the proceeds would be earmarked to build a sports stadium in one of CCDC's urban renewal districts. Council Members Scot Ludwig, TJ Thomson and Holli Woodings voted for the unique arrangement, while Council President Lauren McLean and Councilwoman Elaine Clegg voted against it. Both McLean and Clegg said they were uncomfortable with specifically earmarking any proceeds exclusively for a stadium. The Boston Red Sox beat the New York Yankees on Tuesday night 4-3, sending the Sox to the American League Championship Series. The pennant races are now set: It will be Boston versus the Milwaukee Brewers in the American League and the Los Angeles Dodgers versus the Houston Astros in the National League. Taylor Swift cleaned up at last night's American Music Awards, taking home arm-loads of trophies, but Entertainment Tonight says the highlight of the evening was a gospel tribute to the late Aretha Franklin. Working moms and dads bringing their little ones to the office for lack of other options isn't anything new. But Susie Martin, a Minnesota meteorologist, turned a few heads when she wore her 1-year-old son on her back while delivering the latest weather forecast. Take a look: …
              Hendrik Schuwer      Cache   Translate Page      
    "You Americans, I think, are always in a hurry. I tell young people all the time to travel. And don't do Europe in two weeks. Take time." When he was a young man, Hendrik Schuwer thought that he might be a history teacher or, perhaps, work at the Port of Rotterdam in his home country of the Netherlands. But a singular letter changed everything. "I tell you honestly, when I graduated from university, I sent out a number of letters," he said. "The first who wrote me back was the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. I never looked back." Four decades letter, Schuwer is Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United States. Just prior to his visit to Idaho—where he'll participate in a Wednesday, Oct. 17, panel discussion titled "Across the Pond, In the Field" at Boise State University and meet with the Boise Committee on Foreign Relations—Schuwer spoke to Boise Weekly about his nation's centuries-old relationship with the U.S. and how trade and investment between the two countries is directly linked to hundreds of thousands of American jobs. How many years in the foreign service has it been for you? I just got a very nice letter from our Minister congratulating me for 40 years of service. Where have you been stationed over the years? In 1979, I started out in Hanoi [Vietnam]. Then, it was India in 1981. In 1984, I went to the EU in Brussels [Belgium]. Then, it was Los Angeles in 1988, back home to our Ministry in the Netherlands in 1997, Washington, D.C., in 1997, back to the EU in 2002, NATO in 2006, back home to the Ministry, and then I became ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium in 2010, and ever since 2015, I've been in Washington, D.C., as Ambassador to the U.S. Many of us probably have a vague concept of an international ambassador, but how do you spend most of your days? If there is something that the United States wants to convey to my country, they can either come to me or go to their own ambassador to the Netherlands. Being a go-between [for] our two nations is what this position always was. I spend at least half of my day in looking after the economic interests of the Netherlands, promoting Netherlands companies and investments. I would say about 25 to 30 percent of my work is old, political handwork. I go to your State Department if there's a query from my Ministry. I may do the same with the Department of Defense or…
              Amelia Rose Earhart      Cache   Translate Page      
    Yes, that's her name, and yes, she's a world-class pilot It's not every day that you receive an email from Amelia Earhart, let alone speak with her. "Yeah, people usually respond to my emails, writing: 'Wait, is this real?'" said Earhart. Right up front, you should know that yes, Earhart is an accomplished pilot. In fact, she has made a 28,000-mile flight around the world in a single-engine aircraft. Plus, she oversees the Fly with Amelia Foundation, which grants scholarships to young women to help fund flight training. In advance of her visit to Idaho on Thursday, Oct. 18, when she'll be the featured guest of the Boise Metro Chamber's 135th annual gala, Earhart spoke with Boise Weekly about legacies: the one of the historic woman who shares her name, and her own. We have to begin by talking about your name. My parents had always been told that, somehow, we were distantly related to Amelia. My mom told my dad, "We've got a great opportunity here to name our daughter after somebody incredibly inspirational, somebody who was a real game-changer." My dad immediately said, "Whoa, I don't know about that. This could be troublesome. What if our daughter feels like she has to learn to fly?" Needless to say, my mom won out. And it's funny, because all those things my dad said were absolutely true. From a very young age, every adult I met would say, "Oh, you're little five-year-old Amelia. You better be a pilot someday. You've got big shoes to fill." And what was it like for you as a young schoolgirl? I had a second-grade teacher who somehow managed to spend a lot of time, a full week, studying Amelia, and she never embarrassed me in front of the class. That was the first time I can remember feeling that there's something really special about this. At what point did you first consider flight lessons? I was in college. By then, everyone was asking, "Are you a pilot yet?" When I told them "No," I was always faced with a disappointed look. I got sick of it. I realized that I had to take a flight lesson, even though I had no idea if I would be scared or get motion sickness. I had no clue. The first lesson began terribly. I was with an instructor who didn't care much [for] having a woman in the cockpit with him. But when we took off, it…
              For the Love of Pod: Wanna Know Idaho      Cache   Translate Page      
    "I approached our General Manager and said, "I'd like to take Wanna Know Idaho and push it even further than we went last year.'" The still-recent history of podcasting dates back to 2003, but it was Serial, the Peabody Award-winning series first produced by This American Life, that set the standard. To date, Serial episodes have been downloaded nearly 200 million times. "Serial really is the definitive demarcation in the podcast landscape," said Frankie Barnhill, community engagement manager and award-winning reporter for Boise State Public Radio. "Like a lot of people, I vividly recall listening to that first season of Serial episodes in 2014." Barnhill's personal admiration for Serial intersected with her professional life when, during Serial's second season (2015-2016), she produced Speaking of Serial, a BSPR podcast about the podcast. The 10-episode arc took a deep dive into Serial's latest subject: Idaho-native and Army Sergeant Bowe Bergdahl, who was then facing a military court martial. Over the past three years, a few BSPR podcasts have followed, including You Know the Place (see BW's Lex Nelson's story of that BSPR podcast by clicking here). But one of the station's most popular series is Wanna Know Idaho, which recently launched its second season. "I'm lucky to be the one hosting the second season. The first season was basically un-hosted, but this past summer, I approached our General Manager Tom Michael and said, "I'd like to take Wanna Know Idaho and push it even further than we went last year,'" said Barnhill. "It wasn't necessarily that I wanted to be the host, but I think that my job as community engagement manager naturally has me wanting to involve the community as much as possible." Indeed, that is Wanna Know Idaho's unique MO: It bills itself as a "people-powered podcast." Simply put, it's based on the public's curiosity. For example, in its first season, listeners asked, "What would it take for train travel to return to Southern Idaho?" "What's up with the Abe Lincoln statues in Downtown Boise?" "How do the bands for Treefort get picked?" and "How did Idaho get that name?" And Wanna Know Idaho answered. Wanna Know Idaho's second season began in late August, when listener Mary Reiman asked, "What's in the fire retardant that's dropped on Idaho's wildfires?" The question couldn't have been more timely, what with Idaho still in the throes of wildfire season. "She was pretty excited because I took her into the offices of the National Interagency Fire Center," said Barnhill. "Now, as a reporter, I can enter NIFC,…
              For the Love of Pod: You Know the Place      Cache   Translate Page      
    Wayne and Lacey offered Boise Weekly a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-featured locales—including a crematorium, a nude resort and the "stink room" inside Rocky Mountain Fireworks and Fur Co. When they committed to hosting and producing their Boise State Public Radio podcast You Know the Place, Joel Wayne and Lacey "LD" Daley also committed to spending chunks of their nights and weekends being just a little bit uncomfortable. That's because recording You Know the Place requires them to walk into random, out-of-the-way shops, clubs, restaurants and stores across Boise and ask the unsuspecting people who run them two basic questions: "Who are you?" and "How do you stay in business?" "We've got about half of season two produced, and I still say as we're sitting in the car, 'I'm so frickin' nervous.' And then we go in and it's like, 'Who's going to say hi first?'" Daley said. "And I think that's probably good. I feel safe with Joel, but we've learned the importance of establishing a rapport with those people within the first five minutes of talking with them. Because we're walking in, most of the times unannounced, with the shotgun mic—" "Which looks a little bit like a gun, honestly," Wayne added. "—So people are kind of on edge," Daley continued. "You get that sense right away." You can almost think of listening to You Know the Place as dipping into a series of fascinating and occasionally awkward cold calls, all being made to places that most Boiseans drive by and wonder about without ever stepping inside. In season one of the podcast, Wayne and Daley visited spots as diverse as Boise's Rockin' Reptile, Boise Acro Yoga, JUMP, the Sunset Club, Boise Stage Shop, The Beardsmith, Stewart's Gem Shop, India Fashion & Grocery, Stillwater Float Center and Parrots 'N' Stuff. "You drive by all these places every day and 99 percent of them you've never gone into, you just haven't," explained Wayne, who first pitched the idea for the podcast to Daley during one of many brainstorming sessions. "And so you inevitably think—because we all think the world revolves around us—you think, 'Well, who is going into those places?'" Answering that question continues to motivate the duo, and on Sept. 27 it drove them into a second season of You Know the Place. Only two episodes have run so far, but Wayne and Lacey offered Boise Weekly a sneak peek at some soon-to-be-featured locales—including a crematorium, a nude resort called Bare Mountain Retreat that's just a half-hour drive from Boise, and the "stink room" inside Rocky…
              Idaho Horror Film Festival: Spud and Guts      Cache   Translate Page      
    Thursday, Oct. 11 through Sunday, Oct. 15 People don't usually make friends when they're scared out of their wits, but the Idaho Horror Film Festival, which will take over downtown Boise Thursday-Sunday, Oct. 11-14, is that rare place where lifelong friendship can be formed from the fetal position. To that end, the festival—part Sundance, part "Monster Mash"—offers something for everyone, from the most timid to the most maniacal. Short, feature-length and even foreign language films will be screened at Boise's Egyptian Theatre in 10 separate "blocks" during the festival. Additionally, horror luminaries will participate in a series of panel discussions at the Amsterdam Lounge and organizers of Storyfort, the literary branch of the Treefort music festival, will host a micro-fiction contest. Parents might be pleased to know that Casper, the 1995 story of everyone's favorite friendly ghost, will be screened at the Egyptian on Saturday, Oct. 13.  That same evening, adults will rule the theater as "scream queen" Linnea Quigley will be honored with the IHFF Trailblazer Award and join Boise Weekly's George Prentice for an onstage Q&A following a screening of Return of the Living Dead. And here's another twist of the screenings at the Egyptian: You're invited to "confess your sins" to someone in the lobby who will write a poem about your worst secrets. "We actively try to plan a festival that is not just about watching scary films," said IHFF Director Molly Deckart, who founded the festival in 2014 and has watched it grow from a small band of enthusiasts into what has become a must-attend event on Boise's crowded fall calendar. A leading advocate for Idaho's film industry, Deckart considered a variety of genres for the festival in 2014 before ultimately deciding that horror was the best choice. "One of the things that new emerging filmmakers have in common with even big Hollywood directors is they all usually have a horror film in their filmography," she said. "It doesn't rely as heavily on script or dialogue. It can be visual and you can tell a good story in two minutes." Plus, it's particularly friendly to novices, even those whose first films are rather bad. "B movies are a thing," said Deckart. "People hunt them down." In the first year of the festival, Deckart said she had to scramble to find enough quality films to fill the slate, but this year, IHFF received a stunning 750 submissions. Deckart added that the…
              Worlds of Sound: Bells Atlas Explores New Musical Frontiers      Cache   Translate Page      
    Bells Atlas will play Neurolux in Boise on Tuesday, Oct. 16. Bells Atlas is, in bassist Doug Stuart's words, a "very democratic band." Each of its members—Stuart, lead singer Sandra Lawson-Ndu, guitarist Derek Barber, drummer Geneva Harrison and keyboardist Steve Blum—take an active role in creating songs. Stuart feels that this helps keep their music fresh. "It's always happened naturally for us," he told Boise Weekly, "because the process is never really limited to one person or even two people. And I think because of that, and because we're all pretty diplomatic, we end up surprising ourselves." The Oakland, California-based band's latest release, Salt and Soap (Tender Loving Empire, 2018), is a good case in point. The foundation for the EP's four tracks came from recordings on Harrison's phone. "There was a period of time where Geneva traveled to New York for a few months to do a gig," Stuart explained. "We hadn't been writing too much prior to that—we'd just come out of a cycle of playing a lot of live shows. Anyway, before she left, she was like, 'Here's this folder of a bunch of beats that I just played in my practice space. If you guys feel uninspired, you should check 'em out.'" Harrison's bandmates found inspiration in more than her angular, funky drum beats. "The phone recording itself was kind of inspiring," Stuart said, "because it gave us this grainy, distorted, interesting sound on top of her unique playing. ... Sandra and I started a handful of [songs] from there. And then when [Harrison] got back from her gig, she got in on the process and Derek was roped in throughout. It was a new process for us for sure." Listeners and critics have taken note of Bells Atlas' unique blend of R&B, African music, pop and psychedelia. Afropunk.com, the online hub of the festival and cultural movement of the same name, praised the band's music as "a sumptuous feast for the ears." Impose declared that "no two-bit adjectives can contain their infectious sound, [which] draws influences from all corners and unexpected places the world over." Boise music fans can hear that unique sound on Tuesday, Oct. 16, when Bells Atlas plays Neurolux. Local electronica act Up is the Down is the will open. When Stuart and Lawson-Ndu formed the group in 2011, they called it simply "Bells." Recruiting Harrison and Barber, they played under that name for almost two years before they discovered a problem.…
              Keira Knightley Dazzles as Colette, In All Her Provocative Posh      Cache   Translate Page      
    “I felt that I, as a woman, could tap into Colette’s story. It has the ring of truth.” Given the fascinating life of the feminist firebrand known as Colette, it’s rather stunning that a splashy, big-screen telling of her deliciously provocative backstory hadn't been filmed long ago. But I’m oh-so-happy to report that Colette, a vibrant biopic starring period-piece queen Keira Knightley, is finally set to sizzle on screens across North America, including at The Flicks in Boise, beginning Friday, Oct. 12. Director/screenwriter Wash Westmoreland (Still Alice) told me at the film’s premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival that Knightley was an “obvious choice” to play Colette, who flipped the literary world on its ear at the turn of the 20th century. That said, a very 21st-century technical snafu nearly derailed the film. “I was desperately trying to pitch the project to Keira, and we were chatting on FaceTime when I realized that the battery of my iPhone was dying,” Westmoreland told BW. “I was down to 2 percent power, and I finally blurted, 'You’ll do this better than anyone else alive.’" She shouted back to me, 'Yes! Let’s do it!’” Two years later, Colette debuted at both the Sundance and Toronto film festivals to rapturous reviews. It “dazzles the senses,” wrote Rolling Stone. People magazine crowed that it’s one of the twice-Oscar-nominated Knightley’s “finest performances.” The Wall Street Journal  called the film “sumptuous,” and the New York Observer called Colette, “the best period movie in years.” “I felt that I, as a woman, could tap into Colette’s story,” Knightly told BW following the Toronto premiere. “It has the ring of truth.” Born 145 years ago at time when the light of most women’s aspirations were hidden under a bushel, Colette was barely 20 years old when she authored the first of the four wildly popular Claudine stories. But husband Henry Gauthier-Villars, who used “Willy” as his nom-de-plume, took full credit (and the profits) for the books. The film takes flight as Colette reclaims her voice and, concurrently, her sexuality. To be sure, Colette earns its R rating: Knightly's character turns both heads and beds lovers in turn-of-the-century Paris as the film proceeds. As you might imagine, the set designs and costumes are award-worthy. But of particular note is Colette’s lush score, the first written expressly for the screen by famed British opera composer Thomas Ades (an almost-certain Oscar nominee). Colette ends relatively early in the author's professional life. She ultimately married three times, was nominated…
              Boise Eats Boise Drinks 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

              Mystic Braves      Cache   Translate Page      
    Thursday, Oct. 11, Neurolux The streak of vintage-inspired bands coming to Boise continues with the arrival of the Mystic Braves at Neurolux on Thursday, Oct. 11. On its most recent album, The Great Unknown (2018, Lolipop Records), songs vibrating with nasal resonance speak about love, heartache and a pervading restlessness driven by adventure in lyrics like "Got another destination / Only for the new sensations / Caught up in the place that I once knew," from the title track. Most notably, Mystic Braves consistently presents intricate guitar solos reminiscent of old-school greats like The Beatles and Creedence Clearwater Revival. Mystic Braves is still a fairly new name, having released its debut album in 2012, but in a way, that fresh perspective works to its advantage. Listeners should prepare to be reminded of what made the music of the '60s so inspiring in the first place.
              Larry Fuller Trio      Cache   Translate Page      
    Thursday, Oct. 11, The Sapphire Room When it comes to jazz piano, New York-based Larry Fuller is one of the best in the business. In 2010, a New York Times article gushed that he "sprinkles stardust on whatever song he plays," and although that might be a bit of an exaggeration, the sentiment holds. Fuller started tickling the keys at age 13, and in the 40 years that followed he played around the world alongside notables like Ernestine Anderson, Ray Brown, Jeff Hamilton and John Pizzarelli. Now, he leads his own trio, and on Thursday, Oct. 11, it will appear at the Riverside Hotel Sapphire Room for an Idaho Jazz Education Endowment-sponsored concert. Fuller is known as much for his emotionally charged, swinging delivery as for his technically meticulous playing—so if you make it to the Sapphire on Thursday, prepare to be swept up in song.
              Boise Weekly Cover Auction      Cache   Translate Page      
    Wednesday, Oct. 17, Visual Arts Collective Since 2001, Boise Weekly has given up its most valuable piece of real estate—the cover—to local artists each week. And each year we give them a double dose of love, auctioning off their original artworks and handing them a chunk of the proceeds. This year, the annual Boise Weekly Cover Art Auction will take place at the Visual Arts Collective on Wednesday, Oct. 17, filling the Garden City exhibition space with 52 weeks' worth of cover artwork. Proceeds from the auction will benefit the artists, BW's art grants and our journalism efforts. Even better, the $15 cover charge will be credited toward your winning bids. The doors open at 5 p.m., bidding starts at 6 p.m. sharp, and a no-host bar and appetizers from Bonefish Grill will set the tone for a good time. Don't miss this party—or forget your ID.
              Zoo Boise Spooktacular      Cache   Translate Page      
    Saturday, Oct. 20, Zoo Boise The idea of Halloween at the zoo might tempt an outcry of "Lions, tigers and bears, oh my!" but in fact, Zoo Boise's mid-October Spooktacular has been billed as a "merry-not-scary," family friendly event. More properly, it's a string of events, with the first cluster running Friday-Sunday, Oct. 12-14, and the second Friday-Sunday, Oct. 19-21. Each night will feature Halloween displays and special themed activities, as well as entertainment and close-up interactions with the animals. Perhaps the most exciting part of the Spooktacular is that it takes place after hours, continuing through 8 or 9 p.m. depending on the day of the week. Young kids in particular will get a thrill wandering the zoo in the dark to see their favorite critters—so why not let them run wild?
              BOSCO Open Studios Weekend      Cache   Translate Page      
    Friday-Sunday, Oct. 13-17, various locations If movies and television are to believed, the artist's studio is something of a mad scientist's laboratory—it's the place where the magic happens, perennially messy and jam-packed with baffling tools. It's also a private space, often sequestered in an artist's home. That veil is occasionally lifted in Boise though, thanks in large part to BOSCO's Artists' Open Studios Weekend Tour, a three-day annual event when 64 local artists invite the public into their studios. Art buffs can get a peek at new work, and even talk to the artists themselves. Plus, there's a chance to score free art; participants simply have to print off a "passport" from the BOSCO website, visit a minimum of 10 studios and have it stamped at each location. Completed passports will be entered into a drawing for free art—a deal too good to pass up.
              Off Center Dance: Side Effects      Cache   Translate Page      
    Visual Arts Collective, Friday and Saturday, Oct. 12 and 13 If you want to get spooked for Halloween a bit early, Off Center Dance has the perfect performance for you: Side Effects, opening Friday, Oct. 12, at the Visual Arts Collective, promises to creep out and impress viewers all in one go. The triumphant return of a sold-out production, this year's Side Effects features fresh choreography from Kelli Brown and Katie Ponozzo, but is just as terror-inducing, questioning reality and showcasing dancing demons at every turn. In one promotional image, a woman sits in a wheelchair hooked up to an IV, screaming and clutching the side of her face as a black-robed, skeleton-masked figure behind her rests its hand on her head—the setup for a night of self-induced discomfort if ever there was one.
              Esme Patterson Talks About Small Songs with Big Hearts      Cache   Translate Page      
    The Olympic, Thursday, Oct. 11 She would rather talk about the weather. In fact, while on the road, Denver, Colorado-based singer-songwriter Esme Patterson often does. "I find it strange that people find [talking about the weather] boring, like it's a cliche. Weather affects everyone at the same time, the mathematics of it are really cool—the weather systems are fractals. It's interesting and powerful," she said. Across three solo albums and several more with her former band, Paper Bird, Patterson has written and performed songs about mundane things that reveal personal truths, but in the last few years, she has noticed tension in the voices of the people she meets on tour. On her most recent album, We Were Wild (XTra Mile Recordings, 2016), that tension bled into her lyrics. In "Feel Right," she sings, "No one wants to feel nothing that don't feel right." "That was something I wrote after reading about police brutality," Patterson said. She and her sister, Genevieve, got their start playing rhythm and blues together, but later formed the indie-folk band Paper Bird with some friends in Denver in 2006. The band became the darling of its scene, receiving critical and popular acclaim. It toured widely, playing in Boise several times since 2008, including at Treefort Music Fest, but Esme embarked on a solo career in 2014 when it was clear she couldn't be in the band and tour independently at the same time. Four years later, Esme is working on a new album set for release in 2019. For this album, she'll lay down her guitar and use a more diverse palette of sounds to cut higher-energy tracks than much of her previous work. "I was, like, '[Expletive], I want to make dancing music!'" she said. Esme will play at The Olympic on Thursday, Oct. 11. She said her backing band of fellow Denverites breathes new life into her songs in a distinctly Esme Pattersonian way. "I've seen a lot of bands tour where the show sounds just like the record, and I just wish that they would kind of do a reinterpretation," Esme said. "I really love the reinterpretation of the music that is only possible to see and make live."…
              Penance Part Deux      Cache   Translate Page      
    Dear Minerva, You helped me before with the pushy ex-wife trying to control me. We've been making some progress but I found out that she has talked openly to her child about my daughters. I've raised three teenagers who are community involved, do well in school, as well as sports. I have raised them to be open-minded humans with respect for others and themselves. They are bright, confident, and responsible. Now my boyfriend's ex doesn't want their daughter around my girls because she said that my girls dress like "sluts" and are trouble (as if shorts in 100 degree temps is an act of treason). Please tell me how to stop the "mama bear" fight I want to have! —Sincerely, Penance for Penis, Part Deux Dear P.P., Take a deep breath, Mama Bear. In 2018 it's hard to fathom how a woman could bash other women, much less someone's children. You were able to effectively articulate to me the amazing aspects of your daughters, never once referencing their appearance. You're doing something right. May all children grow up to be intelligent, confident, responsible, and able to make their own clothing choices without the acidic, oppressive words of the mediocre-at-best. As someone who doesn't fit the mold myself, sometimes it's best to turn a deaf ear to the ignorance of people who haven't evolved emotionally or intellectually to handle it. Doing this will also teach her that her accusations aren't worthy of dignification. Let her wallow in the gutter. Cheers!…
              "Horse Hair Lidded Vessel"      Cache   Translate Page      
    Medium: Raku Fired Ceramic Artist Statement: I am a Boise ceramicist who works clay on the wheel, in slab form and in sculpture. I work with various Raku firing processes to create unique, individually finished and hand-sculpted lidded vessels.…
              Puzzle Answers October 10, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

              "Hunting' Time Again."      Cache   Translate Page      

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              Balmshot      Cache   Translate Page      
    Is there anything more quintessentially Idaho than lip balm dispensed from a 20-gauge shotgun shell? Is there anything more quintessentially Idaho than lip balm dispensed from a 20-gauge shotgun shell? If there is, we can't think of it at the moment—we're too busy checking out the website for Balmshot, the Eagle-based company that pedals its shotgun shell lip balm nationwide. According to company lore, the shotgun shell wasn't the inspiration for founder Wayne S. Forrey's lip balm innovation. Instead, it was the fact that the ribbed base of other lip balms, which he used consistently following a bout with lip cancer, got caught on the lining of his pocket, causing the balm to twist up while he wasn't using it and creating "a gooey mess" whenever he opened the cap. Searching in his garage for a solution, Forrey came up with using a shotgun shell to create a smooth base for his own line of balms, avoiding the pocket-soiling issue. Practicalities aside, Balmshot's beeswax balms simply look cool, with their shiny gold bases and bull's-eye logos. Available in flavors like cool mint, vanilla mint and pomegranate at $15.99 for a four-pack, they can be found at retailers across the U.S., including Bed Bath & Beyond, Cabella's, Fred Meyer and Ace Hardware. In a nod to Forrey, proceeds from the sale of pink ribbon-marked products go to the cancer-fighting Mountain States Tumor Institute.
              The Record Exchange Adds 64,000 Vinyl Albums, 3,000 Cassettes to its Collection      Cache   Translate Page      
    When the Yesteryear Shoppe in Nampa closed its doors, The Record Exchanged scored big. Sometimes, one business' heartbreaking end can be another's fresh opportunity. That was exactly the case with the closure of the Yesteryear Shoppe, a 44-year institution selling rare books and vintage records in downtown Nampa. The Idaho Press reports that the shop shuttered in June to make way for a new development, but there is some good news: When Yesteryear flipped its open sign to closed for the last time, its staggeringly large music collection went up for sale—and The Record Exchange in downtown Boise snapped it up. "We were sad to hear of Yesteryear's closing because we have known Dave Gonzalez and his family for many years and hate seeing another great independent retailer disappear, but we were thrilled to have the opportunity to purchase the collection instead of watching it leave on a truck for California," Record Exchange Founder and Owner Michael Bunnell said in a press release. Yesteryear's collection of 64,000 vinyl albums more than tripled The Record Exchange's previous stock of 17,000 records, and a batch of 3,000 cassettes rounded out the purchase. The timing of cassette influx was fortuitous, as International Cassette Store Day is just around the corner on Saturday, Oct. 13. The Record Exchange is celebrating with a giant sale on cassettes, offering a few exclusive releases as well as $1 used cassettes and $1.99 grab bags. "We haven't had this large a collection of cassettes come through the store in years, and given the timing with Cassette Store Day, we thought it would be fun to price a bunch at a buck and throw them on the stage for the weekend," said Chad Dryden, marketing and promotions director for The Record Exchange. While Dryden declined to disclose the cost of the acquisition, he was happy to talk about its contents. "There is a ton of '70s rock and country, and in some cases dozens of titles from artists such as Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles and the like," he said. "One nice thing about this buy is that it will help keep certain artist sections filled—so someone like Willie Nelson or Dolly Parton, who at times we've had a hard time meeting demand for used records, now have a couple dozen records in their section with more waiting in our backstock." While some of the new vinyl inventory is already racked and ready for purchase, much of it is being held in climate-controlled storage…
              Boise trio charged in robbery at Meridian bar      Cache   Translate Page      
    Police say the suspects had met their victim in the bar earlier that night.
              Commentaires sur Pitié pour la carte SD de votre framboise314 : Bootez sur un disque dur USB par Jean-Roch Blais      Cache   Translate Page      
    Bonjour François, et forum Le script ne fonctionne pas correctement, il me donne ces messages sur la console au bout de 3 a 4 heures: [56942.555442] EXT4-fs error (device mmcblk0p2): ext4_find_entry:1437: inode #129540: comm cron: reading directory lblock 0 [56942.566679] EXT4-fs error (device mmcblk0p2): ext4_find_entry:1437: inode #129540: comm cron: reading directory lblock 0 Son potentiel est très intéressant et me pousse à poursuivre mes essais quand même. Je vous reviendrai si succès !!! A+ jrb.
              Vente Villa - Marrakech Targa       Cache   Translate Page      
    5 chambres, sejour de 500 m2, 3 sdb, 3 etage(s), chauffage collectif - A Targa le quartier residentiel de Marrakech. Un quartier tres calme. Magnifique Villa a vendre. Villa sur un terrain de 1070m2 dont 500m2 construit. Villa entierement climatisee avec au rez-de-chaussee 3 beaux salons , salle a manger magnifique patio au dessus duquel on peut admirer une belle coupole sculpte par les artisans . 2 pieces lave main. Une grande cuisine parfaitement equipee . Un salon tele. Toutes ces pieces donnent sur le jardin ce qui confere une luminosite tout au long de l annee et ainsi de profiter du beau ciel bleu de Marrakech. A l etage se trouve quatre suites immenses de 40 m?2 chacune est dotee de sa salle de bains privative et de son dressing.. Un salon . Au 2eme etage une tres grande terrasse -solarium. La villa est dote d un beau jardin bien entretenu et une piscine pour se rafraichir 10 mois/12 Un garage pour 2 grandes voitures. Un batiment annexe comprend un hammam marocain et logement personnel. Panneaux solaires . Toute la boiserie est en cedre sculptee main A visiter absolument - Prix : 5000 Dhs
              A DNA test offered by Albertsons claims to tell you which antidepressant is best for you, but scientists say it’s not worth the money      Cache   Translate Page      

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    • Several companies make DNA tests that claim to tell you how well you'll respond to certain antidepressants based on your genetic profile.
    • Two personalized medicine companies — Assurex and Genomind — offer some of the most popular tests and work with physicians and pharmacists to provide them to patients.
    • A chain of Albertsons pharmacies in Chicago, Philadelphia, and Boise is running a pilot program in which pharmacists can offer the Genomind test.
    • Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics recently began offering a similar test as part of its services.
    • The costs of the tests range from $250 to $750, but some scientists say it's not worth the money. 

    Around the time that 26-year-old Courtney Luk got in line at the pharmacy to pick up her 25th depression medication, she decided she'd had enough.

    Over the previous two years, Luk had been prescribed everything from Klonopin to Xanax to treat the anxiety and depression she'd experienced since adolescence. Nothing seemed to do the trick. One medication would make her feel numb; others seemed to make her symptoms worse.

    Then a psychiatrist suggested she try a genetic test that could provide guidance about which drug Luk should try next. They swabbed the inside of Luk's cheek for a spit sample and sent it off to get tested.

    Using DNA testing to determine how well a given depression medication will work with a patient's genetic makeup is becoming a popular approach. More than 750,000 people have taken one such test, called GeneSight, which is made by personalized medicine company Assurex, according to its website. A network of 28 Albertsons pharmacies offers a similar test made by a company called Genomind as part of a pilot program. And just last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test as part of its $250 kits.

    But some scientists say the tests have limited utility.

    That's because they doesn't tell providers which specific medication is best to prescribe patients, according to Alan Schatzberg, a Stanford University psychiatrist and the director of the Stanford Mood Disorders Center. And Cristina Cusin, a Harvard psychiatrist, said the test won't give helpful results to patients who take more than one medication.

    Plus, the tests may give conflicting results to the same patient for the same medication, according to a peer-reviewed analysis of four different gene tests published this summer.

    A pricey test with a lofty goal

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    Since adolescence, Luk had experienced debilitating anxiety that sometimes turned into panic attacks, along with mood swings and depression that sometimes led her to contemplate taking her own life. Despite trying more than two dozen different medications, Luk and her psychiatrists had yet to come up with a combination of drugs that significantly lifted her mood without contributing to her anxiety.

    Luk had heard of genetics tests for antidepressants before, but previously declined to take one since she couldn't afford the $750 price tag.

    But when a psychiatrist suggested a test she could get for free through insurance, a kit from Genomind called the Genecept Assay, Luk said yes. The test appealed to her as a potential way to eliminate the trial-and-error process of starting a new drug and waiting — sometimes up to six weeks, the standard for most antidepressants — to see if it worked.

    "I don't feel like my medications right now are working optimally, and I was hoping to learn if there's a cocktail of medications that would do that," Luk said.

    Her psychiatrist told her the test might show them what to do next. Perhaps they'd learn that one medication wasn't right for her body and could be replaced with a different drug. But when the results came in, they were murkier than Luk anticipated.

    Her report listed all the antidepressants she'd taken along with several she'd yet to try. Each got a colored check mark: red checks suggested Luk would likely have negative reactions to a drug, green checks suggested no negative reactions, and orange checks indicated something in between.

    Next to a popular antidepressant called Celexa, for example, Luk's test showed an orange check mark and said, "increased risk for adverse events or poor response." That meant that because of the way her body processed the drug, Luk was more likely than the average person to experience negative side effects or see no positive results.

    Sure enough, Luk recalled that when she'd taken Celexa several years earlier, she had experienced painful bruising across her arms and legs.

    But another drug Luk had recently begun taking, called Topamax, carried a green check and said "use as directed — no known gene-drug interactions." Despite taking that medication for several weeks, however, Luk said she hadn't experienced any change in her symptoms.

    So she went back to trial and error.

    Daniel Dowd, Genomind's vice president of medical affairs, acknowledged that some patients may read too much into the test.

    "I think patients do tend to think, ‘OK, this is going say exactly what this specific drug is going to do for me,' and that's not what this test is," Dowd told Business Insider. "Like any other branch of medicine, [the test] provides an estimation of risk."

    Genomind funded a 2018 study of its test that analyzed patient spending in the six-month period following use of the test. The authors — one of whom sits on Genomind's scientific advisory board — compared roughly 800 people with mood and anxiety disorders who took the test with nearly 3,000 people who didn’t take it. They found that people who took the test spent nearly $2,000 less on healthcare on average, mostly because they visited ERs and hospitals less frequently in the months following the test than people who didn't take it.

    The researchers wrote that it could represent “a promising strategy to reduce costs” in people with depression and anxiety.  

    To Dowd, the finding was a big endorsement of the test.

    "If we can get this test embedded in the healthcare record, that could mean a big cost savings," he said.

    Who the test may — and may not — help

    Once you swallow a pill, various genes control how your body will break it down. One gene in particular, called CYP2D6, is one of the most closely studied. Some people have faulty or abnormal copies of that gene, meaning they don't process drugs like antidepressants as they should. That increases the chances that someone could have an adverse reaction like bruising or not respond to a medication at all.

    The gene tests are designed to assess whether a patient is likely to have a negative outcome on any common antidepressants. In theory, that would help patients and their providers narrow down the list of potential medications to try.

    "In these cases, I think there is clear evidence" for using a gene test, Michelle Whirl-Carrillo, a senior research scientist at the Stanford University School of Medicine, told the author of an article published by the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)

    But Schatzberg, the Stanford psychiatrist, said a narrower list is not what his patients need.

    "What’s really needed is a test that says, ‘You have this profile, these are the two drugs you need to use.’ That’s what’s missing," he said.

    Instead, the tests merely tell him if someone's body doesn't process a drug properly — a conclusion they'd reach anyway after trial and error.

    "I don't necessarily need to know up front if a person is a poor drug metabolizer. I need to know which specific drug to use where I will get the positive effect with less side effect burden," Schatzberg said. "These tests don't do that.”

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    Cusin, the Harvard psychiatrist, specializes in treating people with severe depression. She agreed with Schatzberg.

    "I don't think psychiatrists get much information about the costs and benefits or much predictive value for this type of test," she said.

    Cusin added that she doesn't think the test helps in cases where people are taking multiple medications or when patients have a history of failing to respond to medications. Plus, she said, a recent study made her hesitant to use the tests in her own practice.

    That study found major inconsistencies among four different gene tests (including Genomind’s). In roughly one out of five cases, the authors said, different tests gave conflicting advice to the same patient.

    “The level of disagreement in medication recommendations … indicates that these tests cannot be assumed to be equivalent or interchangeable,” the researchers wrote.

    ‘I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error'

    pharmacy-prescription-medication-pillsUnlike Luk, Allyson Byers, a 27-year-old in Los Angeles, said taking a genetic test saved her time in the quest to find the right medication.

    Byers took Assurex's GeneSight test after trying several drugs for her depression. 

    "I jumped on it because I was tired of trial and error," she told Business Insider.

    Byers said she paid $60 for the test after talking with her therapist and an Assurex representative (though she initially received a bill for several hundred dollars).

    Her results weren't perfect. Byers had been taking the antidepressant Zoloft for nine months, but she experienced several negative side effects, including weight gain. On the Assurex test, however, Zoloft was green-lit.

    "When the results came back, I was questioning myself and thinking, ‘Did I make that all up? Did I really gain weight?'"

    But the test also suggested another medication called Pristiq that Byers had not previously taken, she said. So Byers' therapist suggested they try that instead of Zoloft. Several weeks later, Byers said she felt better — and thanked the test for helping her find a different medication.

    "I've had to go up in dose a couple times, but I feel like I've finally found the right dose," she said. For her, the test was "just another tool to help narrow things down."

    Coming to a pharmacy near you?

    AlbertsonsIncreasingly, some patients are learning about genetics tests for antidepressants from their pharmacist instead of a psychiatrist.

    In Chicago, Boise, and Philadelphia, 28 Albertsons drug stores are offering the Genomind test, according to Kimberly Hecht, a patient care services coordinator with Albertsons who leads the project.

    She told Business Insider that mental health became a focus at the pharmacies she oversees when they began offering medications for drug addiction. Plus, because Albertsons' pharmacies are open longer and on more days of the week than others nearby, they sometimes function as a default mental health provider, Hecht said.

    "It just made sense with what we were offering and also because of our position in the community," Jennifer Rapley, a marketing manager with Albertsons who works closely with Hecht, told Business Insider.

    The project is currently in a pilot phase, but Genomind hopes to eventually offer its gene test in all 1,760 Albertsons-owned pharmacies throughout the country, JAMA reported this month.

    But some components of the Albertsons program — such as how pharmacists determine whether a patient is a good candidate for the test and how it evaluates whether the results are effective — remain hazy.

    For example, a patient does not have to have a history of using antidepressants to be offered the test, Hecht said.

    "Typically it's going to be patients who’ve tried a couple different things and it’s not working, but we kind of leave it up to our pharmacists’ professional judgment," she said.

    That makes Schatzberg wary. 

    "I think it presents real problems," he said. "It’s practicing a level of medicine and offering a test where it’s not clear whether and how it should be used. It’s hard for me to believe that’s a good idea."

    The future of genetic testing for depression

    Last month, Silicon Valley genetics testing startup Color Genomics began offering a test for antidepressants as a component of its DNA tests, which screen for gene variations linked to cancer and heart disease. Color's service includes a professional genetics counselor as well as a clinical pharmacist who walk a patient through their results.

    Othman Laraki, the company's founder and CEO, told Business Insider that he sees the new test in a similar light to Color's cancer test, which the company began offering in 2013.

    "Like we saw with cancer, it’s definitely a moving target, it’s definitely still early, and there’s still a lot of uncertainty," Laraki said. "But there’s enough support and enough scientific validity where it makes us feel comfortable enough to offer it."

    Hecht, the Albertsons coordinator, agreed.

    "These types of tests really are the future and have the potential to really help people," she said.

    But for some patients, that future may not have arrived yet.

    "After 25 different drugs, I may just be one of those people whose bodies doesn't respond to medication," Luk said. "In the end, it's still trial and error, but it's a little bit more of a targeted trial and error — a little bit more of an educated guess."

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