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          Onstage This Week: James Whiteside Stars in "The Tenant," The Mikhailovsky Returns to California, World Premieres and More!      Cache   Translate Page      


Wonder what's going on in ballet this week? In addition to the seven performances listed below, John Neumeier's Anna Karenina makes its North American premiere at National Ballet of Canada November 10-18, and Hungarian National Ballet makes its U.S. debut with three performances at Lincoln Center's Koch Theater November 7-11.


James Whiteside Stars in New Dance Play by Arthur Pita


American Ballet Theatre principal James Whiteside stars in The Tenant, a new dance play choreographed by Arthur Pita running at New York's Joyce Theater November 6-11. Also featuring dancer and model Kibrea Carmichael and ABT soloist (and former Pointe cover star) Cassandra Trenary, The Tenant is based on a novel by the same name by French surrealist writer Roland Topor.

Pennsylvania Ballet's Mixed Rep Program Highlights Two World Premieres


Pennsylvania Ballet shows off its contemporary prowess November 8-11 with a mixed repertoire program featuring Jiří Kylián's Petite Mort alongside world premieres by Andrea Miller and Russell Ducker. Both choreographers will be creating work on PAB for the first time: Ducker is a member of PAB's corps de ballet, and Miller is the artistic director of the Brooklyn-based contemporary company Gallim Dance.

Ballet Idaho's Season Opener Includes a World Premiere by Lauren Edson


Ballet Idaho's first season under the leadership of Garrett Anderson opens with NewDance: Form and Concept, running November 8-11. The program features works by six dancemakers that utilize conceptual approaches to choreography. The program includes a world premiere by Boise's own Lauren Edson and works by Robyn Mineko Williams, Penny Saunders, Dana Genchaft and excerpts from pieces by Danielle Rowe and Craig Davidson.

Richmond Ballet Studio Series Opens With Jerome Robbins and a World Premiere


November 6-11, Richmond Ballet's 2018-19 studio series opens with Studio One. The program features Jerome Robbins' In the Night and a world premiere by Nicole Haskins titled Requiem. Haskins, a dancer with Smuin Ballet, last choreographed for RB in 2015 to great acclaim as part of the company's New Works Festival.

Indianapolis Ballet Adds Joshua Bergasse's "Aspects of Andy" To Its Repertoire


Indianapolis Ballet's New Works Showcase runs November 8-11, featuring acclaimed Broadway choreographer Joshua Bergasse's Aspects of Andy and Roberta Wong's new work to Indiana jazz saxophonist Rob Dixon's "Blues for Velez." Also on the program are artistic director Victoria Lyras' Caprice & Variations and Diana & Aceton Pas de Deux, as well as IB ballet master Paul Vitali's Take it from Tony.

St. Petersburg's Mikhailovsky Ballet Returns to California's Segerstrom Center 


St. Petersburg's Mikhailovsky Ballet and Orchestra make their way to the Costa Mesa, CA-based Segerstrom Center November 9-11 to present Don Quixote staged by artistic director Mikhail Messerer. Principals Ivan Vasiliev and Victor Lebedev will both have their turn in the lead role of Basilio, and Angelina Vorontsova and Anastasia Soboleva will dance the role of Kitri. According to the above trailer, a horse and a donkey might grace the Segerstrom stage too.

Tom Gold Dance Presents the New York Debut of "Apparatus Hominus" 


Former New York City Ballet soloist Tom Gold founded Tom Gold Dance in 2008. November 9-10, the company presents its inaugural fall season at Florence Gould Hall with the New York debut of Gold's Apparatus Hominus, which the company premiered last summer outdoors at a sculpture garden in the Berkshires. Gold's company includes a handful of accomplished freelance dancers as well as New York City Ballet's Mary Elizabeth Sell and American Ballet Theatre's Stephanie Williams.


          No. 25 UW Huskies vs. Western Kentucky: Projected starting lineups, scouting report      Cache   Translate Page      

Western Kentucky shorthanded and missing two starters, but the Hilltoppers are led by 6-11 freshman center Charles Bassey who is considered a 2019 NBA draft lottery pick.
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          These Governors’ Races Can Turn the Tide      Cache   Translate Page      

From left to right: Paulette Jordan, Andrew Gillum, and Stacey Abrams

Most political pundits and insiders are declaring that today’s midterm elections are one of the most important of our lifetimes. As former President Barack Obama explained on Twitter, the character of our country is on the ballot. While national races definitely deserve your attention, the outcomes of down-ballot races for school boards, courts, and other local positions will shift individual communities. That’s one of the reasons we’re highlighting seven of the 36 governor’s races happening today.

Governors manage states, so they can determine everything from how public schools are funded to the expansion of Medicaid to working-class citizens to how Congressional maps will be drawn after the 2020 census. Every state deserves a governor invested in the people, and we hope the winners of these races do exactly that.

Paulette Jordan (D) vs. Brad Little (R) in Idaho

Paulette Jordan and Brad Little participate in a debate in Boise, Idaho on October 15, 2018 (Otto Kitsinger/AP)

If State Representative Paulette Jordan defeats Lieutenant Governor Brad Little, she’ll become the first Democrat to win the governorship since Cecil Andrus retired in 1999. She’d also become Idaho’s first woman governor and America’s first Native American governor. It’s a tall order for Jordan since Trump won the state by a 32-point margin in 2016, but, as the New York Times points out, she’s part of a wave of Democratic candidates in the West who “can help keep the party credible and energized.”

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Laura Kelly (D) vs. Kris Kobach (R) vs. Greg Orman (I) in Kansas

From left to right: Kris Kobach and Laura Kelly Charlie Riedel/Associated Press and Thad Allton/AP, File)

Kansas’ Secretary of State Kris Kobach is overseeing his own election—and he’s been passing laws that are designed to decrease voter turnout. Kobach is the architect of the state’s 2011 voter ID law, which decreased voter turnout by 2 percent in 2012, and has resulted in more than 1,200 ballots being rejected. Despite his best efforts, Kobach might still lose the governor’s race to State Senator Laura Kelly. Though Republicans outnumber Democrats by at least 14 percent in the state, a recent Fort Hays State University survey found that 49 percent of Kansans disapprove of Kobach compared to 17 percent disapproval for Kelly. A lot is at stake in this race: The winner will determine if the state expands Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act, which would benefit approximately 152,000 adults.

Stacey Abrams (D) vs. Brian Kemp (R) in Georgia

Stacey Abrams and Brian Kemp debating (Pool/Getty Images News/Getty Images)

All eyes have been on Georgia’s governor’s race as Secretary of State Brian Kemp has used the power of his office to purge voter rolls and leave 53,000 voter registration applications in limbo. While the courts have stepped in to halt some of Kemp’s attempts to suppress the vote, his office is still throwing curveballs. Abrams, who would become America’s first Black woman governor, is fighting to the end though. Oprah Winfrey, Barack Obama, and other heavy-hitters have descended on the state in support of Abrams, and polls indicate that she’s neck-in-neck with Kemp in a state that went to Donald Trump by five points. Education has been central to Abrams’s platform, and if she wins, she plans to invest in early childcare, public schools, and needs-based scholarships for higher education. Kemp, meanwhile, supports school choice, and would increase funding for charter schools.

Andrew Gillum (D) vs. Ron DeSantis (R) in Florida

Florida Republican gubernatorial candidate Ron DeSantis and his Democratic opponent Andrew Gillum participate in a CNN debate in Tampa, October 21, 2018 (Chris O'Meara/AP/Shutterstoc)

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum delivered the most scathing line of this political cycle: “Now, I’m not calling Mr. [Ron] DeSantis a racist. I’m simply saying the racists believe he’s a racist.” It was the perfect rebuke to an opponent who has spoken at conferences hosted by an Islamophobic political activists and hasn’t denounced the white-supremacist group that’s making racist robocalls against Gillum. While Gillum has a significant lead over DeSantis in the polls, he’s still encouraging voters to #BringItHome by going to the polls and bringing their friends and relatives with them. If Gillum becomes Florida’s first Black governor, he will fight for gun-control measures, including banning assault weapons and prohibiting those who’ve been convicted of domestic violence from owning guns; push for Medicare for All; and restore voting rights for convicted felons.

Bill Schuette (R) vs. Gretchen Whitmer (D) in Michigan

From left to right: Michigan’s Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer and Republican candidate Bill Schuette (Bill Pugliano/Getty Images, Alex Wong/Getty Images)

It has been eight years since Democrats have had any power in Michigan—but that might change today. Whitmer, who has served in the state’s House of Representatives and Senate, was leading Attorney General Bill Schuette by 12 percentage points in a recent Detroit News poll. If Whitmer wins, she plans to stop the expansion of charter schools and invest in universal pre-kindergarten, while Schuette said he’d support a Medicaid work requirement that would require recipients to either work, look for work, attend training, or volunteer for at least 80 hours per month. The winner of this race will also determine if new congressional districts are drawn by legislators or an independent commission.

Tony Evers (D) vs. Scott Walker (R) in Wisconsin

Tony Evers and Scott Walker shake hands on a debate stage (Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)

Who can forget Scott Walker, the Republican governor who faced a recall election after he tried to end collective bargaining for public employees? Though he narrowly survived the recall, the stench of it still lingers, and may cost Walker the governorship. Several polls show that Walker is in a statistical tie with Wisconsin’s Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers. If Walker wins, he vows to protect people with pre-existing conditions from insurance hikes, while Evers wants to pour $1.7 billion into the state’s public-school system.

Janet Mill (D) vs. Shawn Moody (R) in Maine

Shawn Moody and Janet Mill debating (Troy R. Bennett/Bangor Daily News)

Maine’s government has been split since Democrats gained control over the House of Representatives and the State Senate in 2012. Now, as Republican Governor Paul LePage bids adieu, Attorney General Janet Mill is squaring off against businessman Shawn Moody. Hillary Clinton won Maine by three percentage points in 2016, and it seems that Mill is capitalizing on that momentum: A recent Emerson College Poll of 900 registered Maine voters shows Mill leading Moody by eight points. It doesn’t help that Jill Hayward, a former member of a management team at one of Moody’s automobile repair stores, has come forward about him discriminating against her while she was pregnant. (The case was settled in 2006, and Moody paid Hayward $20,000). The victor of this race will have the power to veto the new congressional maps that the state legislature will draw after the 2020 census.

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          Downtown Staple The Piper Pub & Grill to Close Saturday, Nov. 17      Cache   Translate Page      
The longtime downtown institution will shut its doors for good on Saturday, Nov. 17. With his lease expiring at the end of November and his property management company showing off The Piper Pub and Grill's downtown location to a "corporatey-style restaurant," owner Gene Hutchison said he will close down his longstanding establishment. "I decided to leave because I don't want to be out out on our ear in mid-November," he said. In the meantime, he has planned a three-day bash from Thursday-Saturday, Nov. 15-17, to celebrate The Piper Pub's 30 years in business (Hutchison has owned the bar since 2008). Over the course of the weekend, he'll bring past bartenders and servers back to the restaurant for sales on booze, beer and food, with a particularly family friendly emphasis on Saturday. Afterward, Hutchison said he will transfer his liquor license to the Capital City Event Center, which he owns, in the Adelmann Building. "We'll let the vultures know the liquor license isn't for sale," he said. Hutchison said The Piper Pub may be in its final days, but he has already begun to pursue a new food-and-beverage venture, either near Broadway Avenue in Boise or near Chinden Boulevard and 10 Mile Road in Meridian. …
          November 6, 2018: What to Know      Cache   Translate Page      
The polls are open, Amazon decides to split its second headquarters between two cities, a large coffee chain chooses to keep its beverages away from kids and Dr. Evil announces a run for Congress. It's been more than a year since Idahoans first started getting inundated with ads from wannabe candidates in the 2018 election—remember how early gubernatorial hopeful Tommy Ahlquist launched his ill-fated gubernatorial campaign? Finally, voters will have their say as polls opened in Idaho and across the nation this morning for one of the most hotly contested midterm elections in history. As of Nov. 1, there were approximately 846,000 Idahoans registered to vote this year, but election officials remind citizens that they can register at the polls today (make sure to bring some kind of photo ID to complete the registration process). The Idaho Secretary of State's office said Monday that an estimated 150,000 residents had already voted early or turned in an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots can still be turned in to the county clerk's offices until 8 p.m. this evening.  Not sure where to vote? You can find your precinct by entering your address here. Hundreds of volunteers and staff will help manage today's voting process. In Ada County, the largest election operation in Idaho, Deputy Clerk Phil McGrane once likened Election Day to a wedding. "It feels and looks a lot like a wedding," McGrane told Boise Weekly in 2017. "In weddings, expectations are high. In elections, expectations are extremely high. Everyone demands perfection." Amazon pleased a number of shoppers and ticked off more than a few Amazon Prime members on Monday when it announced that it would be offering free shipping, with no purchase minimum, during the holiday shopping season (which, believe it or not, has already begun). Amazon made more headlines on Monday when The New York Times reported that it will split its second headquarters between two locations: New York City and Arlington, Virginia. The U.S. Olympic Committee is seizing control of USA Gymnastics, in the wake of the enormous sexual abuse scandal at the gymnastics organization. The Manchester (U.K.) Evening News reports that Costa, the worldwide coffee chain second only to Starbucks in size, has instituted a new policy that cuts kids off from caffeine. It's not an outright ban, but the policy allows individual Costa stores to ID their customers and refuse service to anyone under the age of 16. A group of four women is in a bit of hot water with the International Arts Center in Yekaterinburg, Russia. The four were taking a selfie alongside priceless pieces of art by Goya…
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          BYU DB Chris Wilcox out for season with leg injury; be prepared for more late kicks      Cache   Translate Page      
BYU Football head coach Kalani Sitake confirmed in Monday’s media briefing that junior defensive back Chris Wilcox will miss the final three games of the season with a leg injury suffered during last Saturday’s 21-16 loss at Boise State.
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          Utah State Football Ranked 14th in the Nation      Cache   Translate Page      
Following its 56-17 Mountain West road win at Hawai'i on November 3, Utah State football is ranked No. 14 in the Associated Press (AP) Poll with 586 votes and 16th in the Amway Coaches Poll with 565 votes.
 
For Utah State, this is its second-highest ranking ever in the AP poll, trailing only the 1961 team that finished the year ranked 10th in the nation. Prior to this season, the last time USU was nationally ranked was in 2012 when that Aggie team went 11-2 and set a school record for wins as it finished the year ranked 16th in the nation.  
 
Overall, this is just the fourth Utah State team in school history to be nationally ranked in the AP poll joining the 1960, 1961 and 2012 teams. The 1960 team was ranked 18th and 19th in consecutive weeks, while the 1961 team finished the season ranked 10th and the 2012 team was ranked for four-straight weeks and finished the season 16th. One other Aggie squad has been nationally ranked as the 1978 team started the year with a 5-0 record and was 18th in the country in the United Press International (UPI) poll.
 
Utah State started receiving votes in the polls this season following its 45-20 win at BYU on Oct. 5, as it garnered nine votes in the AP poll and 11 votes in the Coaches poll to rank 32nd and 33rd in the nation, respectively. Following its 59-28 home win against UNLV on Oct. 13, USU garnered 38 votes in the AP poll and 33 votes in the Coaches poll to rank tied for 31st and 32nd in the nation, respectively. Two weeks ago, USU was ranked 27th in the nation in both polls as it received 50 votes in the AP poll and 63 votes in the Coaches poll. And last week, USU was ranked 18th in the nation in the AP poll with 340 votes and 20th in the Coaches poll with 281 points.
 
Prior to this season, the last time Utah State received votes in either poll was on Oct. 18, 2015, following its 52-26 home win against then-No. 21 Boise State, as it received seven votes in the AP poll to rank 36th and five votes in the Coaches poll to rank tied for 34th.
 
Utah State (8-1, 5-0 MW) is off to its best start to a season since the 1963 team also won eight of its first nine games. USU is also 5-0 in Mountain West play for the first time in its six years in the league. The last time USU had a better conference start was in 2012 when that team posted a perfect 6-0 mark in its last year in the Western Athletic Conference.  Overall, it is the fourth time in the last seven seasons and just the 13th time in 121 seasons of Aggie football that USU has won at least eight games.
 
On the season, Utah State is one of just 15 teams in the nation with one or fewer losses and one of 10 teams that has not lost a conference game.
 
Utah State's current eight-game winning streak is tied for the fifth-longest active winning streak in the nation and the second-longest in school history as the 1960 team holds the school record with nine-straight wins.
 
During its current eight-game winning streak, Utah State is averaging 52.5 points and 503.4 yards per game (263.1 passing, 240.2 rushing), while converting 46.3 percent of its third downs (50-108) and committing just 12 turnovers (10 fumbles, 2 interceptions). Defensively, USU is allowing 19.6 points and 344.1 yards (204.1 passing, 140.0 rushing), while limiting its opponents to just 42-of-138 (.304) on third downs and forcing 21 turnovers (13 interceptions, 8 fumbles).
 
Utah State ranks among the top 40 teams in the nation in 32 different statistical categories, including ranking second in scoring offense (50.1 points per game), tied for first in non-offensive touchdowns (8), tied for third in defensive touchdowns (4), second in turnovers forced (23), second in kickoff returns (30.2 yards per return), tied for fifth in winning percentage (.889) and eighth in sacks allowed (0.89 per game). USU also ranks second in the nation with 19 scoring drives on the season of less than 60 seconds and leads the nation in defensive three-and-outs at 6.38 per game.
 
Utah State continues Mountain West play this weekend as it hosts San José State (1-8, 1-4 MW) on Saturday, Nov. 10, at 2 p.m. The game will be aired exclusively on Facebook. Overall, USU has won seven of its last eight Mountain West games dating back to last season and has won five-straight at home. Prior to the game, USU will honor its 25 seniors in a pregame ceremony.
 
For Aggie football ticket information, fans can contact the USU Athletics Ticket Office over the phone by calling 1-888-USTATE-1 or 435-797-0305 during regular hours of operation. Fans can also buy their tickets in person at the USU Ticket Office inside the Dee Glen Smith Spectrum or online by clicking on the "Buy Tickets" tab at www.UtahStateAggies.com.
 
Fans can follow the Aggie football program at twitter.com/USUFootball or on Facebook at Utah State Football, as well as on Instagram at instagram.com/USUFootball. Aggie fans can also follow the Utah State athletic program at twitter.com/USUAthletics or on Facebook at Utah State University Athletics.

 
          Forage Harvester Technician Specialist      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Through its people and brands, CNH Industrial delivers power, technology and innovation to farmers, builders and drivers all around the world. Each of its brands, including Case IH, New Holland Agriculture, Case and New Holland Construction, FPT Industrial, Capital, and Parts & Service, is a major international force in its specific sector. The Forage Harvester Technician will resolve product issu
          Automotive Equipment Sales Representative- Boise, ID      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Overview Equipment Sales Specialist The global leader in automotive equipment has experienced tremendous market share growth and has an immediate opening for an Equipment Sales Specialist. As an Equipment Sales Specialist you will sell quality, name brand products to service centers, dealerships, and body shops. Snap-on Equipment has a wide range of premium products that help automotive service pr
          Sales Manager      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Full Time Sales Manager Brookdale Boise Parkcenter IL 767 E Parkcenter Blvd Boise, ID 83706 Job #: SMWMboisID7382 We're looking for a sales/marketing professional with a proven track record of generating and closing qualified leads. As our Sales Manager you'll partner with the executive director and regional sales managers to improve occupancy at our community. We'll provide you with the training
          Postdoctoral Research Scientist | Nucleic Acid Memory Institute - Micron School of Materials Science and Engineering at Boise State U      Cache   Translate Page      
Boise, Idaho, Qualifications D. in Physics, Optics, Electrical Engineering, Biophysics, or Biomedical Engineering Experience with fluorescence microscopy, super resolution microscopy, and/or single molecule imagin
          Cutcliffe has Duke bowl eligible again      Cache   Translate Page      

David Cutcliffe has turned Duke into postseason regular.

The Blue Devils are bowl eligible for the sixth time in seven seasons after beating Miami on Saturday. This is Duke's 11th season under Cutcliffe. Before he arrived, Duke's last bowl appearance was during the 1994 season.

Duke is one of 48 teams that have secured bowl eligibility this season. Also joining that group this past week were Ohio and Northern Illinois, a pair of Mid-American Conference programs that are also used to making the postseason. Ohio is bowl eligible for a 10th straight season under coach Frank Solich. Northern Illinois is bowl eligible for the 10th time in 11 seasons.

The following teams are bowl eligible:

Alabama

Alabama-Birmingham

Appalachian State

Army

Auburn

Boise State

Boston College

Buffalo

Central Florida

Cincinnati

Clemson

Duke

Florida

Florida International

Fresno State

Georgia

Georgia Southern

Houston

Iowa

Kentucky

Louisiana Tech

LSU

Michigan

Michigan State

Middle Tennessee

Mississippi State

N.C. State

North Texas

Northern Illinois

Notre Dame

Ohio

Ohio State

Oklahoma

Oregon

Penn State

San Diego State

South Florida

Syracuse

Texas

Troy

Utah

Utah State

Virginia

Washington

Washington State

West Virginia

Western Michigan

Wisconsin

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          Three international chefs compare the burger to the comfort foods of home      Cache   Translate Page      


The hamburger has long been a staple in American cuisine. It's a part of our national culinary identity. But what makes this, or any dish, a culture-specific comfort food? It seems to all boil down to community, simplicity, and versatility.


          AP: Little wins Idaho’s governor race      Cache   Translate Page      
BOISE — The Associated Press made the call at 11 p.m. — Lt. Gov. Brad Little will become Idaho’s 33rd governor. With 44 percent of the precincts reporting, Little had pulled into a comfortable lead with 59 percent of the vote. Democratic challenger Paulette Jordan had captured 38 percent of the vote. This was enough […]
          IDAHO ENDUROCROSS TO WEBB, CHAMPIONSHIP TO HAAKER      Cache   Translate Page      

Rockstar Husqvarna’s Colton Haaker locked up his second AMA EnduroCross championship with a conservative second place finish at the Boise finale. FMF KTM’s Cody Webb did everything he could to hang onto his number one plate by taking the win in front of another large and enthusiastic crowd. Third place for the night went to […]

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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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          Sales Associate      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Sales Associate Join a team recognized for leadership, innovation and diversity This is an incredibly exciting time to join the Homes and Global Distribution team at Honeywell! Homes and Global Distribution is a leader in the home heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) controls and security markets, and a leading global distributor of security and fire protection products. In 2018, Honey
          John Boos Hard Rock Maple Aztec Carving Board      Cache   Translate Page      
Featuring a toothy grip at its center and deep grooves leading to a pan which can perfectly catch the cooked turkey's juices. With Thanksgiving now just a couple of weeks away, it isn't too early to start talking turkey. And while there's a flood of how-to stories on creative ways to cook the bird, there really hasn't been much advancement in developing a goof-proof carving board that doesn't make slicing it a sloppy mess. That is, we didn't think there was until we spotted this gorgeous, two-and-a-quarter-inch thick John Boos Aztec Board, a precision-engineered surface that features a toothy grip at its center and deep grooves leading to a pan which can perfectly catch the cooked turkey's juices. The board is crafted from the finest northern white species of hard rock maple, which is naturally antibacterial. When you flip it over, it even reverses to a stainless-steel pan. $277, cuttingboard.com…
          Minerva's Breakdown: Hung Up      Cache   Translate Page      
"Your first step is to make certain that you are actually registered on the National Do Not Call Registry." Dear Minerva, I keep getting non-stop telemarketer calls on my phone. They've even spammed my number so it looks like I'm calling others and even looks like I've called myself. I even had one use a dead relative's number, which was very upsetting. I've called my provider and they said all they can do is give me a new number, but what's to stop them from ruining that number? —Sincerely, Hung Up Dear Hung Up, It seems that this is a bigger problem than ever. Your first step is to make certain that you are actually registered on the National Do Not Call Registry. That can be done at donotcall.gov or by calling 1-888-382-1222. Once you have registered your number, you may still receive unwanted calls for up to 31 days after the day you register. After that 31-day window, most legitimate companies won't call you. If you still receive calls, note the numbers that come in and report them to the Federal Trade Commission at the above web address, as they are most likely scammers. Because of innovations in technology, it's much easier for scammers to impersonate numbers. Also, doing these things may not prevent some of the calls from continuing. Hang up on the calls and don't interact with either the automated systems or the people on the other end. Use your phone's call blocking feature as well. If you do decide to change your phone number, keep it as private as possible.…
          Anderson, Gary      Cache   Translate Page      
Gary Lee Anderson, 74, of Boise, died November 5, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City
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Gary Lee Anderson, 74, of Boise, died November 5, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City
          Hernke, Gary      Cache   Translate Page      
Gary Edward Hernke, 81, of Boise, died October 26, 2018. Funeral Home: Cremation Society of Idaho
          Higgins, Patricia      Cache   Translate Page      
Patricia Higgins, 82, of Boise, died November 4, 2018. Funeral Home: Cremation Society of Idaho
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Merche Maguregui, of Boise, died November 4, 2018. Funeral Home: Cloverdale Funeral Home
          Orenstein, James      Cache   Translate Page      
James Orenstein, 55, of Boise, died Sunday, November 4, 2018. Funeral Home: Accent Funeral Home and Cremation, Meridian
          Soule, Gailen      Cache   Translate Page      
Gailen Bramel Soule, 96, of Boise, died November 3, 2018. Funeral Home: Cremation Society of Idaho
          Tidd, Jo      Cache   Translate Page      
Jo Tidd, 85, of Boise, died November 5, 2018. Funeral Home: Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City
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Robert Wildman, 68, of Boise, died Saturday, November 3, 2018. Funeral Home: Accent Funeral Home and Cremation, Meridian
          Poem of the Day: Bessie Dreaming Bear       Cache   Translate Page      
we all went to town one day
went to a store
bought you new shoes
red   high heels
   
aint seen you since

Reprinted from A Taste of the Knife, Ahsahta Press, Boise, ID, 1976, by permission of Tom Trusky, literary executor of the Walsh estate.

Marnie Walsh

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          Boise State’s leading tackler lost to torn ACL      Cache   Translate Page      
Boise State's non-conference win over BYU came at a very steep personnel cost.
          Ballet Idaho: NewDance      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 8-11, Esther Simplot Performing Arts Center Garret Anderson—formerly of the Boise-based Trey McIntyre Project and LED, along with other dance companies worldwide—took over as Ballet Idaho’s artistic director from Peter Anastos in July, but it’s not until this weekend that he’ll truly debut his work with a production of NewDance: Form and Concept. NewDance will kick off Ballet Idaho’s 2018/19 season Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Esther Simplot Performing Arts Center in downtown Boise, and include the world premier of a piece by LED Artistic Director Lauren Edson, along with work from Craig Davidson, Dana Genshaft, Danielle Rowe, Penny Saunders and Robyn Mineko Williams. Described by the ballet as “intimate and powerfu,l” and appearing for just a four-day run, NewDance is an expansion of existing repertory that should enthrall old hands and new faces alike.
          Boise Philharmonic: The Sea      Cache   Translate Page      
Saturday, Nov. 10, The Morrison Center According to Google Maps, Boise is about 552 miles from the nearest coast—but thanks to the Boise Philharmonic, music buffs will soon be able to experience the sound of the sea without leaving town, or even going outdoors. On Saturday, Nov. 10, the Phil will offer a performance called The Sea, which stars two compositions that attempt to capture the ocean: Benjamin Britten's "Four Sea Interludes" from Peter Grimes, which portrays the waves in four different moods; and Claude Debussy's "La Mer," which looks at what The Phil calls "the luminous and atmospheric mysteries of the sea." The night will end with Edward Elgar's "Enigma Variations." If you miss the show, don't worry—just catch it at the NNU Brandt Center in Nampa the next day.
          Diwali: Festival of Lights      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday, Nov. 7, Boise Hare Krishna Cultural Center In India and bastions of Indian culture the world over, the festival known as Diwali brings together people of all faiths—Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs—to celebrate "the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil" as Forbes magazine succinctly put it. At the Boise Hare Krishna Cultural Center, the celebration of Diwali starts on Thursday, Nov. 7, when participants gather at the temple to sing "Ram Dhun" and "Aarti," and share sweet rice and fruit prasad (Indian fruit salad). But the public celebration, the Festival of Lights, will take place Saturday, Nov. 10, filling the temple with dancing candle flames that participants can light for peace. This year's festival will also include a cultural program, traditional dance and music performances, and a free vegetarian meal.
          BW's Fiction 101 Deadline Fast Approaches      Cache   Translate Page      
Show us you can write your way out of a paper bag before Monday, Nov. 19. Now in its 17th year, the Boise Weekly Fiction 101 contest is in an awkward place. If it were a person, it would be old enough to drive, but it wouldn't be old enough to have voted in the midterm elections—which is a shame, as we here at the Weekly are almost as interested in how a sentient literary contest might have cast its ballot as what the scribbling public will have to say in their entries this year. In the past, writers from Boise and beyond have submitted stories about love and loss, murder, their cats, veteran homecomings, growing old and nature. They've addressed politics and their deepest secrets. Often, the entries were laugh-out-loud funny, like stories about the legendary "tan daddy," grandparents keeping the flame alive through S&M, and what goes on at band practice that stays at band practice. Entries for this year's contest are due on Monday, Nov. 19. If you haven't submitted yours by now, don't panic: The rules are simple. Entries must be 101 words long, typed in Microsoft Word and emailed to us at fiction101@boiseweekly.com in the form of attachments. Accompanying each entry should be a $10 entry fee; use our portal, payment.boiseweekly.com, with the title(s) of your story/stories in the "Notes" section. For people who prefer to pay by check, send payment to: Boise Weekly/Fiction 101 523 Broad St. Boise, ID 83702 Winning entries will be selected by our panel of expert judges and published in the Wednesday, Jan. 2, edition of Boise Weekly. Winning authors will get cash prizes and be invited to read at our annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 party hosted by Rediscovered Books.…
          Michelin recrute sur le bassin d'emploi troyen      Cache   Translate Page      
L'usine auboise du fabricant de pneus a embauché 120 personnes. L'entreprise s'est appuyée sur Pôle emploi pour trouver des candidats dans la région.
          Paulette Jordan Loses Governor's Race Despite Motivated Democratic Base      Cache   Translate Page      
Idaho Democratic gubernatorial candidate Paulette Jordan was confident well into election night, but in the end, a motivated liberal base wasn’t enough to overcome long odds. The Associated Press called the race in favor of Republican Lt. Gov. Brad Little just before 11:00 p.m. Tuesday night. Jordan built up outsized hopes among her supporters. She gained national attention but ran into the hard political reality of one of the reddest states. "I want to make sure I take a few moments to tell you from the bottom of my heart that I am grateful and I am humbled,” Jordan said during a speech to supporters at The Grove Hotel in Boise. While the final tally of the vote wasn’t surprising, some Democrats had hopes for an upset, as Jordan vied to be both Idaho’s first Native American and first female governor. Max Mohammadi, a Boise businessman, said Democrats need to improve their messaging. "I would like to see more of a defined vision. This election in particular I think a lot of their
          Puzzle Answers Nov. 7, 2018      Cache   Translate Page      

          Netflix Breaks Its First Commandment      Cache   Translate Page      
"It is a signal to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that Netflix is serious about awards consideration." When Netflix began lording over the world of streaming media—there are about 100 million disciples currently worshiping at its altar—its first commandment was "Thou shalt not show original content in a theater before it premieres on Netflix." But in the kingdom of Hollywood, Oscar is the true almighty. And for that very reason, Netflix officials will break their own commandment by putting Roma, the critically acclaimed film from Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron and one of the most anticipated titles in Netflix history, in brick-and-mortar theaters before it streams online. "It is hard to overstate how dramatic the move is for Netflix," wrote Vanity Fair's Nicole Sperling. "It is a signal to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that Netflix is serious about awards consideration." Netflix didn't just break its own rule; it's acting as if that rule never existed. Along with Roma, Netflix has since announced that it will also put The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, from directors Joel and Ethan Coen, and Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock, in theaters weeks before they hit the global streaming service.…
          Melissa McCarthy's Masterclass: Can You Ever Forgive Me?      Cache   Translate Page      
Opens Friday, Nov. 9 at The Flicks Legend has it that Edmund Gwenn, an acclaimed actor on stage and screen (he's best known for his Oscar-winning performance as Santa Claus in Miracle on 34th Street) was on his deathbed in 1959 when a movie director and friend said, "All this must be terribly difficult for you." Gwenn took a long breath and responded, "Not nearly as difficult as playing comedy." That said, comedy is a double-edged blade (keep in mind that the Motion Picture Academy's Oscar statuette is that of a little golden man holding a sword). The trickiest quicksand any actor can be pushed into is the muck that traps her or him with the "comic" label. Simply put, good luck being taken seriously in a heavy drama. Melissa McCarthy—quite possibly the funniest woman on the planet—is a glorious exception. And her dramatic performance in Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a masterclass. "Honestly, I don't approach a character any differently in a comedy than a drama," McCarthy told me just prior to her red-carpet premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. "A good story is a good story." One minor correction for McCarthy: Her film tells a great story. She stars as Lee Israel, a best-selling celebrity biographer (and obsessive cat lover) who made a tidy living in the 1970s and '80s writing bestselling profiles of Katharine Hepburn and Estee Lauder. But Lee fell out of step with the marketplace and, finding herself dead broke, conjured something rather extraordinary, shifting her literary skills to a new art form: deception. She penned ingeniously believable words and witticisms attributed to dead literary figures and sold them for a tidy sum. "Words and language were everything to her," McCarthy told BW following her film's premiere. "She was proud of being able to imitate these great writers, proving she could be every bit as witty and singular as they were." Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a must-see, with a supporting cast that includes Richard E. Grant (Logan) and the rarely seen and much-missed SNL alum Jane Curtin as Lee's literary agent. The film is a major achievement for director Marielle Heller (Diary of a Teenage Girl), too, who recently began directing the much-anticipated You Are My Friend, starring Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers. "Melissa and I were immediately on the same page for Can You Ever Forgive Me?: We were both a little in love with Lee,"…
          A Knitting Factory-Sized Hole      Cache   Translate Page      
How Boise music venues are accommodating music acts after a devastating fire When Boise Weekly caught up with Destiny Williams, the theater manager at The Egyptian Theatre, she was in the process of rejiggering the historic stage between Andy Grammer's Nov. 1 performance and the Nov. 2 premiere of the motocross film Moto 10. "It was really wonderful to see so many parents bringing their kids to a show," she said about Grammer's performance the night before. Grammer is currently on his The Good Parts tour in support of his 2017 album of the same name, but he wasn't originally slated to play at The Egyptian. Had it not been for a devastating fire, he would have played at The Knitting Factory. Since the Sept. 11 blaze, a multitude of shows that would have played at the BoDo venue have been redirected to spots like Revolution Concert House, The Olympic, Neurolux, The Reef, the Nampa Civic Center and The Egyptian. Williams, who is something of a Jane of all trades at The Egyptian—installing new track lighting, tearing down and building up stages, and occasionally fixing the boiler—also runs booking there, and said she has thus far rebooked six performances from "The Knit," giving those half-dozen acts a new home in the City of Trees. "You don't want to cancel a show," she said. "It's about the community, you know?" While she has audiences in mind, the added workload has come with a few minor challenges. Two private film screenings have had to be rescheduled and The Egyptian's small staff has stretched to meet the increased demands of more events. She has even taken to social media to crowdsource some labor. Williams described her own job as "eight days a week." "We've all had to come together and make it work," she said. Meanwhile, The Knitting Factory has begun planning its comeback. Knitting Factory General Manager Gary Pike wrote in an email that the "process [of repairs and improvements to the venue] moves at a very measured pace." Following the fire, people can expect the full space to reopen in early 2019. "We won't know an exact date for another month or so," he wrote. The Knit isn't entirely out of the concert game. Fire damage did not extend to its 9th St. Parallel venue, which includes a full bar and food menu, and has space for more than 200 people. Pike said it will reopen for Boise-based metal band Traitors Gate on…
          Old MacDonald Had a...Nude Photoshoot? Baring it All for a Boise Farmers Market Fundraiser      Cache   Translate Page      
Local farmers, ranchers, bakers and more shed their clothes to raise money for Boise Farmers Market. Photography partners Arlie Sommer and Mo Valko can't help but giggle when they talk about their latest project: a playful calendar showing Boise Farmers Market vendors posing in the buff (or strategically shot to appear that way) at their farms, ranches and bakeries, surrounded by the fruits of their labor. The idea started as a way to spread the word about their new business, Double Dutch Photography, but quickly spiraled into a full-scale project to raise money for the BFM, with the enthusiastic blessing of both participants and market staff. "In the emails that we send people and in our artist statement, we're asking people to 'bare it all' for the market," said Valko over lunch at The Funky Taco. "People can wear whatever they want in the photoshoots. We want people to feel comfortable, and so whatever that comfort level is we're meeting them where they're at. Some people are like, 'You said naked photoshoot, I'm ready!' and other people are like, 'How much do I...? What's okay here?'—Anything is okay." Valko gave Sommer credit for the idea, which the pair said was inspired by the ubiquitous "sexy firefighter" calendars commonly used as fundraisers. According to Valko, the on-site shoots involved "lots of strategic placement." "Super creative placement of vegetables, plants—" Sommer chimed in, setting the tone for the back-and-forth patter that she and Valko kept up throughout the interview. Valko picked up the thread, adding, "—tractors, onions, irrigation hoses—" before the two dissolved into laughter. While the calendar is certainly meant to be funny, Sommer and Valko were quick to point out its serious roots. Both of them have strong ties to Boise's local food movement—Valko is the marketing manager for Boise Co-op and Sommer's family owns Purple Sage Farms—and they don't make light of what it stands for. "It's a serious deal," Sommer said. "Local food, organic food, it's pretty ethical and moral. Everybody [at BFM] is pretty seriously into the environment, seriously into good taste. It's really hard work, but these farmers also have a sense of humor, and I think that's what we're kind of touching on." Using their connections, Sommer and Valko started the project by approaching their market friends and casually tossing out the idea. A successful Australian nude farmers' calendar they'd stumbled across, which was created to raise awareness for mental illness in rural areas, laid a foundation for the concept.…
          JD's Bodega, Bodega Boise and The Benchmark Bodega All Stake Claims in Boise      Cache   Translate Page      
JD's Bodega owner Josh Davis: "There's plenty of opportunity in this town, and I think if we're all doing it the right way it can be a benefit for everyone." Of Boise's three newly open or soon-to-open bodegas—JD's Bodega on Capitol Boulevard, The Benchmark Bodega on Overland Road and Bodega Boise at the corner of 10th and Main streets—none perfectly fits the mold of the traditional corner store, but they were all designed to fill the same local void. From the perspectives of those who built them, Boise was lacking in neighborhood stores offering quick, easy access to life's essentials—whether you consider those essentials toothpaste and toilet paper, or beer and bulk coffee. Now, they're each working to carve out niches in the City of Trees. Sitting at a small table near the door of JD's Bodega, owner Josh Davis said he's focused on creating a space that matches the spirit of the classic bodega. Before settling on calling his shop one, he visited bodegas across the country and researched the history of the concept. "Even though we're not a New York-style bodega and we're not a San Francisco-style bodega, we are defining what a Boise bodega is, and really the essence behind that is about the people, about interacting, about being part of the community and making people feel welcome," Davis said. "Customer service is probably my most important thing." At first glance, JD's has the vibe of a high-end gas station. There's a F'real milkshake machine on the back wall; a display of grab-and-go food items and drinks; and aisles of snacks, travel toiletries and medicines fill the center of the space. But a closer look reveals local touches, like nuts from City Peanut Shop, bagels from Blue Sky Bagels, and deli sandwiches and salads from nearby Zeppole Bakery. Davis' old skateboards hang on the walls, and the shop's two Dia de los Muertos-inspired logos were designed by a local artist. JD's officially opened Nov. 1, but the public has been coming through since the store's Sept. 10 soft opening. That means that technically, it beat the city's other two bodegas—The Benchmark Bodega, which opened Oct. 20, and Bodega Boise, which is still under construction—in the race to reach the public. While the sudden proliferation of bodegas certainly caught Davis' attention, he said he's not too worried about the competition. "Even though we've got additional bodegas opening up now, it doesn't really bother me other than from the standpoint that I hope people will understand each one's different, and that I can't control their businesses models,…
          Allie Ostrander      Cache   Translate Page      
"Steeplechase is the only thing I've gotten a national title in, and that bothers me a little bit. I want to be more than a one-trick pony." Allie Ostrander has been a dominant force in the running world since before she was a freshman at Boise State University. In her three years as a Bronco, the 21-year-old has twice been crowned NCAA champion in the steeplechase, won the Junior World Mountain Running Championship and currently leads a Bronco cross country team that has a shot at winning a national title. Boise Weekly tracked her down mid-season to talk about her future and how the Boise State team is doing heading into the national championships. One note: Since this interview took place, the NCAA Cross Country Rating Index released updated rankings that put the Boise State women's team at No. 1 in the nation and the men's team at No. 4—the highest ranking in its history. What's a training week like this time of year? We usually do two workouts a week, one is usually a tempo run and the other is some kind of intervals ... other days it's easier runs. Coach is really into recovery, so we take them really easy. If I'm running over [an] 8-minute pace he's happy. We also do a couple longer runs on Thursdays and Saturdays. What's considered a long run for you? They're getting shorter as we get towards the end of the season, but usually my long runs are 13 to 14 miles. I'd like them to be longer... And you fit in classes too. What do you study? Kinesiology, with an emphasis on exercise science and a minor in psych. This fall it's a little tough: I have this one class that's a ridiculous amount of work, conditioning procedures. I also have physics, personality psych, an internship and an honors capstone. So, you have a full training load and a full class load. Do you have a social life in season? With the team. Also my sister lives here so I hang out with her quite a bit, and I live with people who aren't on the team so I get to hang out with them. Your sister runs as well. Has that always been a family thing? My parents were recreational runners. I remember we'd go on little family runs on Sundays when [my sister] Taylor and I were little. We would run like a half mile and our parents would drop us off at the house and keep going. That was probably my first experience…
          Saturday Markets Move to Winter Venues      Cache   Translate Page      
Various locations through December The Boise Farmers Market and Capital City Public Market have switched into holiday mode to keep local produce, crafts and products flowing through gift season. For the BFM, that means moving from the intersection of 10th and Grove streets to its roomy indoor space at 516 South Eighth Street, where it will offer breads and pastries, locally raised meats, fresh produce and goodies like honey, jelly and jam from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays through Dec. 22. As for CCPM, the long-running market has shifted its footprint to downtown Boise's Grove Plaza, offering edible delights as well as jewelry, local art, textiles and gifts to help you check names off your Christmas shopping list. It's open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15.
          Billy Harvey      Cache   Translate Page      
Friday, Nov. 9, The Record Exchange Calling Billy Harvey a mere musician would be something of an understatement. Yes, he once won the International Songwriters Award for Best Rock Song—a nod to his upbeat number "Frozen Through"—and has been producing pop tracks for years, but he has also worked as a producer for other artists; directed and animated his own eclectic music videos; starred in the award-winning short film "Strings;" collected accolades for his off-the-wall interactive website (billharvey.com), which leads viewers through a series of scribbled-on polaroid photographs; and even produced a full-length documentary film centered on a road trip in his vegetable oil-powered car. Plus, as jazz musician Curtis Stigers noted after a lengthy comment on Harvey's work, "He married a Boise girl, so he's got good sense and taste, too." Catch Harvey playing tracks from his newest record, The Arsonist (self-released, 2018), at The Record Exchange on Friday, Nov. 9.
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The smokebox finishes off several of the bar's specialty drinks with a "foggy infusion." Where is it? One of the newer additions to the bar scene, The Gas Lantern Drinking Co. is across the street from Boise Art Museum on Boise's Capitol Boulevard. A subdued interior with a throwback vibe beckons, a stark contrast to many downtown watering holes. Warm filament bulb lighting and old-timey newsprint menus enhance the prohibition-era decor. There's live music every week and food is available from the the Smoke & Thyme food truck. Best of all, there's free pool. What's with the smoke? On your first visit, it might be easy to overlook a small glass box perched in the corner. That is, of course, until the contraption fills with woodsmoke, giving the entire room the olfactory allure of a dapper lumbersexual. The smokebox finishes off several of the bar's specialty drinks with a "foggy infusion." When each drink is mixed, it's placed in the smoker for 60 seconds. The smoke subtly affects the drink's flavor, but the aroma sends the experience over the top. What should you drink? Something smoked is the obvious go-to. A common starter is the Smoke & Thyme, made with Elijah Craig small-batch and whiskey bitters, and garnished with a sprig of thyme and a bruleed lemon sliver (dried, touched with brown sugar and torched). The most popular selection, something called "Death in the Afternoon," is the only original vodka cocktail on the list. Other specialty libations have names like "Deceptive Subh-lair," "Al Capone" and "L'Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans." Bartender Brittany Brown notes that even if the recipe doesn't call for it, "if it fits in the smoker, we'll smoke it for you." What's the happiest hour? Happy hours at The Gas Lantern run from 4-6 p.m. and 10 p.m.-midnight Sunday through Thursday. Select beers and wines are half off, as are specialty cocktails and well drinks. Where to find it: The Gas Lantern Drinking Co. is located at 701 Fulton St. in Boise.…
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Nov. 9, The Olympic On Facebook, the Los Angeles-based band Death Valley Girls lists a lone influence: "the night-time." Really, that should give listeners a good idea of what they're in for with the heavy indie band, which pounds out what it calls "the hypercharged, in the red, scuzzy rock every generation yearns for." The group's latest album, Darkness Rains (Suicide Squeeze, 2018), is an eerie, otherworldly symphony in 10 gothic tracks, with vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Bonnie Bloomgarden and guitarist Larry Schemel leading the charge, and bassist Alana Amram, drummer Laura Harris and a selection of every-changing guest artists (including members of Moaning, The Shivas and The Make Up) rounding out the group's sound. On Friday, Nov. 9, DVG will make a pitstop in Boise to shake the stage at The Olympic. Don't miss it.
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Medium: Acrylic on canvas Artist Statement: I've been painting off and on since childhood. I started with oils, then acrylics, watercolors, and now acrylics again, which I now paint with daily. This painting reminds me of events in my life. You can find my work on Facebook at Allan Kidwell Artist Studio, and on Instagram at @allankidwellart.…
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BOISE, Idaho - The Idaho Steelheads return to CenturyLink Arena for a six-game home stand starting on Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7:10 p.m. against the Tulsa... - ECHL Idaho Steelheads
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ID-BOISE, 89A Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist Job Description The Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist performs stock control and accounting procedures for ammunition, explosives, and associated explosive components. Some of your duties as an Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist may include: performing ammunition supply stock control and accounting duties using
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No. 7 West Virginia re-entered the top 10 of The Associated Press college football poll after another weekend in which the number of ranked teams losing reached double digits.

Unanimous No. 1 Alabama, No. 2 Clemson and No. 3 Notre Dame remained unchanged, and No. 4 Michigan, No. 5 Georgia and No. 6 Oklahoma each moved up a spot. The Mountaineers surged from No. 12 after beating Texas on a go-ahead 2-point conversion in final minute.

Ten ranked teams lost this weekend, four in games against other ranked teams. Over the last two weeks, 21 ranked teams have lost, the most over a two-week span since the AP poll expanded to 25 in 1989.

Iowa State was ranked for the first time this season, one of five teams to move into the ranking this week.

POLL POINTS

There are seven teams in the ranking after Week 10 of the regular season that already have lost three times. If that seems like a lot, it is. Last season after Week 10, there were three teams in the Top 25 that had lost three games. In the previous five years, from 2012-16, there were a total of five teams ranked in the Week 10 AP poll that already had lost three times.

What's going on?

A few logistical changes to the college football season are at least a part of the increase. The Big Ten went to a nine-game conference schedule in 2016, joining the Big 12 and Pac-12, meaning more opportunities for those teams to pick each other off.

The Big 12 restarted its conference championship game last year after six-year hiatus. That condensed the conference's regular season, which from 2011-16 ran through the first weekend of December. Also, there has been an increase in September conference games in recent years.

Still, the only scheduling change throughout the Football Bowl Subdivision this season is in the Sun Belt, which became the final conference to add a championship game.

In conclusion: There are more opportunities for teams to lose, so the new normal is likely somewhere between this season's seven ranked three-loss teams by Week 10 to last season's three.

THIS WEEK IN 'BAMA

Alabama has been ranked in the top 5 for 49 straight weeks, the second longest streak to Miami's 55 weeks from Oct. 8, 2000-Oct. 26, 2003. There have been three other streaks of 48 straight top-five appearances:

Alabama, preseason 2011-Dec. 8, 2013.

Ohio State, preseason 1973-Sept. 20, 1976.

Oklahoma, Nov. 16, 1953-Nov. 11, 1957.

UP

All those ranked teams losing propelled a few teams to new heights in the Top 25.

— No. 13 Syracuse moved up nine spots to its best ranking since 1998, when the Orange got to No. 11.

— No. 14 Utah State is up four spots and has its best ranking since finishing 10th in 1961.

— No. 16 Fresno State moved up four spots. The Bulldogs were last ranked this high in 2015, when they reached 15 with Derek Carr at quarterback.

— No. 17 Boston College jumped seven spots and has its best ranking since 2007, when the Eagles last played in the ACC championship game and spent much of the season in the top 10.

DOWN

— Unbeaten No. 11 Central Florida fell two spots after beating Temple 52-40. The Knights ran their winning streak to a nation's best 21 straight games.

— No. 9 LSU slipped five spots after being shut out by Alabama.

— No. 19 Florida dropped six spots after losing for the second straight week.

— No. 21 Penn State fell seven places after being blown out by Michigan.

IN

There is a lot of recycling going on in the Top 25 this season. While Iowa State is in for the first time since last season, No. 20 Washington, No. 22 North Carolina State, No. 24 Michigan State and No. 25 Cincinnati all reappeared in the poll.

OUT

Utah fell out, leaving the Pac-12 with only two ranked teams, No. 10 Washington State and No. 20 Washington. The last time the Pac-12 had only two ranked teams was Oct. 16, 2016.

— Houston and Virginia had one-week stays in the Top 25 after making their debuts last week.

— Iowa and Texas A&M fell out after losing for the second straight week.

CONFERENCE CALL

SEC — 6 teams (1, 5, 9, 12, 18, 19).

ACC — 4 (2, 13, 17, 22).

Big Ten — 4 (4, 8, 21, 24).

Big 12 — 4 (6, 7, 15, 23).

American — 2 (11, 25).

Mountain West — 2 (14, 16).

Pac-12 — 2 (10, 20).

Independent — 1 (3).

RANKED vs. RANKED

No. 18 Mississippi State at No. 1 Alabama. A second straight ranked opponent for the Tide — if that even matters.

No. 2 Clemson at No. 17 Boston College. The biggest game left on Clemson's schedule. BC could shut the Tigers out of the ACC championship game with a victory.

No. 8 Ohio State at No. 24 Michigan State. The Buckeyes have become college football's biggest soap opera.

The Top 25 teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Nov. 3, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking:

Record Pts Pv
1. Alabama (60) 9-0 1500 1
2. Clemson 9-0 1435 2
3. Notre Dame 9-0 1381 3
4. Michigan 8-1 1304 5
5. Georgia 8-1 1263 6
6. Oklahoma 8-1 1181 7
7. West Virginia 7-1 1065 12
8. Ohio St. 8-1 1025 8
9. LSU 7-2 1020 4
10. Washington St. 8-1 1010 10
11. UCF 8-0 1001 9
12. Kentucky 7-2 780 11
13. Syracuse 7-2 624 22
14. Utah St. 8-1 586 18
15. Texas 6-3 559 15
16. Fresno St. 8-1 506 20
17. Boston College 7-2 490 24
18. Mississippi St. 6-3 486 21
19. Florida 6-3 400 13
20. Washington 7-3 342 NR
21. Penn St. 6-3 278 14
22. NC State 6-2 264 NR
23. Iowa St. 5-3 230 NR
24. Michigan St. 6-3 215 NR
25. Cincinnati 8-1 141 NR

Others receiving votes: Utah 110, Auburn 93, Wisconsin 37, Army 32, UAB 31, Northwestern 28, Iowa 17, Boise St. 15, Purdue 14, Buffalo 11, Oregon 9, San Diego St. 5, Duke 4, Texas A&M 3, Houston 3, Texas Tech 2.



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With UCF, we're seeing Boise State all over again. Great record; weak schedule. I understand they feel slighted, but they can't win the SOS argument.
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Idaho voters approve Proposition 2 to expand Medicaid coverage to more low income adults.
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Republican Congressman Mike Simpson has won an 11th term representing Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District. And the GOP’s Russ Fulcher has won Idaho’s 1st Congressional District, defeating Democrat Cristina McNeil and six other candidates. Simpson defeated Democratic challenger Aaron Swisher, a Boise economist, to retain the seat. Simpson currently sits on the […]
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BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Republican Mike Simpson wins 11th term in Idaho’s 2nd Congressional District.
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ID-Boise, Sales Associate Join a team recognized for leadership, innovation and diversity This is an incredibly exciting time to join the Homes and Global Distribution team at Honeywell! Homes and Global Distribution is a leader in the home heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) controls and security markets, and a leading global distributor of security and fire protection products. In 2018, Honey
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After what transpired around the nation last weekend, the college football Week 11 schedule may seem like somewhat of a let down. But don’t be fooled by the lack of ranked-versus-ranked showdowns — there’s a ton at stake. Starting with a big-time Mountain West battle on Friday night and running through an ACC clash that could tilt playoff rankings, this weekend’s slate of games has plenty of entertainment value. These are the biggest storylines we’ll be watching unfold around college football in Week 11. Friday night Mountain West showdown Fresno State has been flying largely under the radar because it plays in the Mountain West and hasn’t gotten much air time, but these Bulldogs have plenty of bite. Featuring the nation’s second-best scoring defense and a potent offense led by quarterback Marcus McMaryion, Fresno State has rocketed up the rankings on the back of seven straight wins. A trip to Boise is the last huge test for the Bulldogs before the end of the regular season. Many a team has struggled to conq
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ID-BOISE, 89A Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist Job Description The Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist performs stock control and accounting procedures for ammunition, explosives, and associated explosive components. Some of your duties as an Ammunition Stock Control and Accounting Specialist may include: performing ammunition supply stock control and accounting duties using
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Here is what I think about the UCLA game's playcalling: THe Az game was a total disaster - much worse than the Boise St game. MC wanted the offense to control the ball and keep the defense off the field. He did that with the plays he called. When the team was up 21 - 0, everything got real conservative to try to preserve the W. THIS offense is trying to function with only 2 (really good) skilled players - the QB and Mitchell. And Breland looks OK receiving but does not seem strong enough to any real blocking as a TE should. Can't open the playbook if you don't have the players to run it. Ducks fans - I say wait until the pieces come back to Eugene. There are a lot of talented high school RBs, WRs, and TEs -- get them on the team -- and then see what the play calling is. That 4th and 1 FAIL - where a very small RB got SLAMMED by a safety - dead in his tracks speaks volumes On the other side of the coin - why not run screens, quick outs, and sweeps when the defense is loading the box for the run and coming after Herbert with blitzes???
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- L'exclusivite de sublimes appartements avec terrasses plein ciel a Cannes... L'immeuble affiche fierement sa lignes pure et moderne tout en prolongeant les espaces entre interieur et exterieur. L'architecture mediterraneennes et minimalistes puise son inspiration dans l'esprit californien et balinais, melant harmonieusement les nuances de bois et d'enduit clair dans de subtils jeux d'ombre et de lumiere. Entierement securisee, cette copropriete intimiste de grand standing est un veritable eden. Ouverte sur un agreable jardin paysager, agremente de pins distillant leurs essences riches et variees, de palmiers avec leur ombre tant appreciee en ete et d'oliviers qui apportent leur noblesse boisee. Au c?ur de ce decor grandiose, une piscine aux reflets azures, exposee plein Sud avec son solarium en bois exotique, invite a se ressourcer. Le raffinement et la qualite des prestations se prolongent jusque dans les espaces communs avec la presence de patios vegetalises rappelant les jeux subtils d'ombre et de lumiere. ?Horizon Bay? dispose egalement d'un parking en sous-sol, de places reservees aux voitures electriques et de locaux a velos securises pour un quotidien plus serein.   Le bien est soumis au statut de la copropriete. Nombre de lots de la Copropriete : 23 Votre agent commercial 3G immo sur place, immatricule au RSAC de ST PIERRE DE LA REUNION sous le N° 809 573 009 : Sandrine MARNET, Tel: 06 92 41 19 75 - Prix : 846000 euros
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How Boise music venues are accommodating music acts after a devastating fire When Boise Weekly caught up with Destiny Williams, the theater manager at The Egyptian Theatre, she was in the process of rejiggering the historic stage between Andy Grammer's Nov. 1 performance and the Nov. 2 premiere of the motocross film Moto 10. "It was really wonderful to see so many parents bringing their kids to a show," she said about Grammer's performance the night before. Grammer is currently on his The Good Parts tour in support of his 2017 album of the same name, but he wasn't originally slated to play at The Egyptian. Had it not been for a devastating fire, he would have played at The Knitting Factory. Since the Sept. 11 blaze, a multitude of shows that would have played at the BoDo venue have been redirected to spots like Revolution Concert House, The Olympic, Neurolux, The Reef, the Nampa Civic Center and The Egyptian. Williams, who is something of a Jane of all trades at The Egyptian—installing new track lighting, tearing down and building up stages, and occasionally fixing the boiler—also runs booking there, and said she has thus far rebooked six performances from "The Knit," giving those half-dozen acts a new home in the City of Trees. "You don't want to cancel a show," she said. "It's about the community, you know?" While she has audiences in mind, the added workload has come with a few minor challenges. Two private film screenings have had to be rescheduled and The Egyptian's small staff has stretched to meet the increased demands of more events. She has even taken to social media to crowdsource some labor. Williams described her own job as "eight days a week." "We've all had to come together and make it work," she said. Meanwhile, The Knitting Factory has begun planning its comeback. Knitting Factory General Manager Gary Pike wrote in an email that the "process [of repairs and improvements to the venue] moves at a very measured pace." Following the fire, people can expect the full space to reopen in early 2019. "We won't know an exact date for another month or so," he wrote. The Knit isn't entirely out of the concert game. Fire damage did not extend to its 9th St. Parallel venue, which includes a full bar and food menu, and has space for more than 200 people. Pike said it will reopen for Boise-based metal band Traitors Gate on…
          Old MacDonald Had a...Nude Photoshoot? Baring it All for a Boise Farmers Market Fundraiser      Cache   Translate Page      
Local farmers, ranchers, bakers and more shed their clothes to raise money for Boise Farmers Market. Photography partners Arlie Sommer and Mo Valko can't help but giggle when they talk about their latest project: a playful calendar showing Boise Farmers Market vendors posing in the buff (or strategically shot to appear that way) at their farms, ranches and bakeries, surrounded by the fruits of their labor. The idea started as a way to spread the word about their new business, Double Dutch Photography, but quickly spiraled into a full-scale project to raise money for the BFM, with the enthusiastic blessing of both participants and market staff. "In the emails that we send people and in our artist statement, we're asking people to 'bare it all' for the market," said Valko over lunch at The Funky Taco. "People can wear whatever they want in the photoshoots. We want people to feel comfortable, and so whatever that comfort level is we're meeting them where they're at. Some people are like, 'You said naked photoshoot, I'm ready!' and other people are like, 'How much do I...? What's okay here?'—Anything is okay." Valko gave Sommer credit for the idea, which the pair said was inspired by the ubiquitous "sexy firefighter" calendars commonly used as fundraisers. According to Valko, the on-site shoots involved "lots of strategic placement." "Super creative placement of vegetables, plants—" Sommer chimed in, setting the tone for the back-and-forth patter that she and Valko kept up throughout the interview. Valko picked up the thread, adding, "—tractors, onions, irrigation hoses—" before the two dissolved into laughter. While the calendar is certainly meant to be funny, Sommer and Valko were quick to point out its serious roots. Both of them have strong ties to Boise's local food movement—Valko is the marketing manager for Boise Co-op and Sommer's family owns Purple Sage Farms—and they don't make light of what it stands for. "It's a serious deal," Sommer said. "Local food, organic food, it's pretty ethical and moral. Everybody [at BFM] is pretty seriously into the environment, seriously into good taste. It's really hard work, but these farmers also have a sense of humor, and I think that's what we're kind of touching on." Using their connections, Sommer and Valko started the project by approaching their market friends and casually tossing out the idea. A successful Australian nude farmers' calendar they'd stumbled across, which was created to raise awareness for mental illness in rural areas, laid a foundation for the concept.…
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"It is a signal to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that Netflix is serious about awards consideration." When Netflix began lording over the world of streaming media—there are about 100 million disciples currently worshiping at its altar—its first commandment was "Thou shalt not show original content in a theater before it premieres on Netflix." But in the kingdom of Hollywood, Oscar is the true almighty. And for that very reason, Netflix officials will break their own commandment by putting Roma, the critically acclaimed film from Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron and one of the most anticipated titles in Netflix history, in brick-and-mortar theaters before it streams online. "It is hard to overstate how dramatic the move is for Netflix," wrote Vanity Fair's Nicole Sperling. "It is a signal to the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences that Netflix is serious about awards consideration." Netflix didn't just break its own rule; it's acting as if that rule never existed. Along with Roma, Netflix has since announced that it will also put The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, from directors Joel and Ethan Coen, and Bird Box, starring Sandra Bullock, in theaters weeks before they hit the global streaming service.…
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Opens Friday, Nov. 9 at The Flicks Legend has it that Edmund Gwenn, an acclaimed actor on stage and screen (he's best known for his Oscar-winning performance as Santa Claus in Miracle on 34th Street) was on his deathbed in 1959 when a movie director and friend said, "All this must be terribly difficult for you." Gwenn took a long breath and responded, "Not nearly as difficult as playing comedy." That said, comedy is a double-edged blade (keep in mind that the Motion Picture Academy's Oscar statuette is that of a little golden man holding a sword). The trickiest quicksand any actor can be pushed into is the muck that traps her or him with the "comic" label. Simply put, good luck being taken seriously in a heavy drama. Melissa McCarthy—quite possibly the funniest woman on the planet—is a glorious exception. And her dramatic performance in Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a masterclass. "Honestly, I don't approach a character any differently in a comedy than a drama," McCarthy told me just prior to her red-carpet premiere at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. "A good story is a good story." One minor correction for McCarthy: Her film tells a great story. She stars as Lee Israel, a best-selling celebrity biographer (and obsessive cat lover) who made a tidy living in the 1970s and '80s writing bestselling profiles of Katharine Hepburn and Estee Lauder. But Lee fell out of step with the marketplace and, finding herself dead broke, conjured something rather extraordinary, shifting her literary skills to a new art form: deception. She penned ingeniously believable words and witticisms attributed to dead literary figures and sold them for a tidy sum. "Words and language were everything to her," McCarthy told BW following her film's premiere. "She was proud of being able to imitate these great writers, proving she could be every bit as witty and singular as they were." Can You Ever Forgive Me? is a must-see, with a supporting cast that includes Richard E. Grant (Logan) and the rarely seen and much-missed SNL alum Jane Curtin as Lee's literary agent. The film is a major achievement for director Marielle Heller (Diary of a Teenage Girl), too, who recently began directing the much-anticipated You Are My Friend, starring Tom Hanks as Mister Rogers. "Melissa and I were immediately on the same page for Can You Ever Forgive Me?: We were both a little in love with Lee,"…
          JD's Bodega, Bodega Boise and The Benchmark Bodega All Stake Claims in Boise      Cache   Translate Page      
JD's Bodega owner Josh Davis: "There's plenty of opportunity in this town, and I think if we're all doing it the right way it can be a benefit for everyone." Of Boise's three newly open or soon-to-open bodegas—JD's Bodega on Capitol Boulevard, The Benchmark Bodega on Overland Road and Bodega Boise at the corner of 10th and Main streets—none perfectly fits the mold of the traditional corner store, but they were all designed to fill the same local void. From the perspectives of those who built them, Boise was lacking in neighborhood stores offering quick, easy access to life's essentials—whether you consider those essentials toothpaste and toilet paper, or beer and bulk coffee. Now, they're each working to carve out niches in the City of Trees. Sitting at a small table near the door of JD's Bodega, owner Josh Davis said he's focused on creating a space that matches the spirit of the classic bodega. Before settling on calling his shop one, he visited bodegas across the country and researched the history of the concept. "Even though we're not a New York-style bodega and we're not a San Francisco-style bodega, we are defining what a Boise bodega is, and really the essence behind that is about the people, about interacting, about being part of the community and making people feel welcome," Davis said. "Customer service is probably my most important thing." At first glance, JD's has the vibe of a high-end gas station. There's a F'real milkshake machine on the back wall; a display of grab-and-go food items and drinks; and aisles of snacks, travel toiletries and medicines fill the center of the space. But a closer look reveals local touches, like nuts from City Peanut Shop, bagels from Blue Sky Bagels, and deli sandwiches and salads from nearby Zeppole Bakery. Davis' old skateboards hang on the walls, and the shop's two Dia de los Muertos-inspired logos were designed by a local artist. JD's officially opened Nov. 1, but the public has been coming through since the store's Sept. 10 soft opening. That means that technically, it beat the city's other two bodegas—The Benchmark Bodega, which opened Oct. 20, and Bodega Boise, which is still under construction—in the race to reach the public. While the sudden proliferation of bodegas certainly caught Davis' attention, he said he's not too worried about the competition. "Even though we've got additional bodegas opening up now, it doesn't really bother me other than from the standpoint that I hope people will understand each one's different, and that I can't control their businesses models,…
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"Steeplechase is the only thing I've gotten a national title in, and that bothers me a little bit. I want to be more than a one-trick pony." Allie Ostrander has been a dominant force in the running world since before she was a freshman at Boise State University. In her three years as a Bronco, the 21-year-old has twice been crowned NCAA champion in the steeplechase, won the Junior World Mountain Running Championship and currently leads a Bronco cross country team that has a shot at winning a national title. Boise Weekly tracked her down mid-season to talk about her future and how the Boise State team is doing heading into the national championships. One note: Since this interview took place, the NCAA Cross Country Rating Index released updated rankings that put the Boise State women's team at No. 1 in the nation and the men's team at No. 4—the highest ranking in its history. What's a training week like this time of year? We usually do two workouts a week, one is usually a tempo run and the other is some kind of intervals ... other days it's easier runs. Coach is really into recovery, so we take them really easy. If I'm running over [an] 8-minute pace he's happy. We also do a couple longer runs on Thursdays and Saturdays. What's considered a long run for you? They're getting shorter as we get towards the end of the season, but usually my long runs are 13 to 14 miles. I'd like them to be longer... And you fit in classes too. What do you study? Kinesiology, with an emphasis on exercise science and a minor in psych. This fall it's a little tough: I have this one class that's a ridiculous amount of work, conditioning procedures. I also have physics, personality psych, an internship and an honors capstone. So, you have a full training load and a full class load. Do you have a social life in season? With the team. Also my sister lives here so I hang out with her quite a bit, and I live with people who aren't on the team so I get to hang out with them. Your sister runs as well. Has that always been a family thing? My parents were recreational runners. I remember we'd go on little family runs on Sundays when [my sister] Taylor and I were little. We would run like a half mile and our parents would drop us off at the house and keep going. That was probably my first experience…
          Ballet Idaho: NewDance      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday-Sunday, Nov. 8-11, Esther Simplot Performing Arts Center Garret Anderson—formerly of the Boise-based Trey McIntyre Project and LED, along with other dance companies worldwide—took over as Ballet Idaho’s artistic director from Peter Anastos in July, but it’s not until this weekend that he’ll truly debut his work with a production of NewDance: Form and Concept. NewDance will kick off Ballet Idaho’s 2018/19 season Thursday, Nov. 8, at the Esther Simplot Performing Arts Center in downtown Boise, and include the world premier of a piece by LED Artistic Director Lauren Edson, along with work from Craig Davidson, Dana Genshaft, Danielle Rowe, Penny Saunders and Robyn Mineko Williams. Described by the ballet as “intimate and powerfu,l” and appearing for just a four-day run, NewDance is an expansion of existing repertory that should enthrall old hands and new faces alike.
          Saturday Markets Move to Winter Venues      Cache   Translate Page      
Various locations through December The Boise Farmers Market and Capital City Public Market have switched into holiday mode to keep local produce, crafts and products flowing through gift season. For the BFM, that means moving from the intersection of 10th and Grove streets to its roomy indoor space at 516 South Eighth Street, where it will offer breads and pastries, locally raised meats, fresh produce and goodies like honey, jelly and jam from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturdays through Dec. 22. As for CCPM, the long-running market has shifted its footprint to downtown Boise's Grove Plaza, offering edible delights as well as jewelry, local art, textiles and gifts to help you check names off your Christmas shopping list. It's open from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Saturdays through Dec. 15.
          Boise Philharmonic: The Sea      Cache   Translate Page      
Saturday, Nov. 10, The Morrison Center According to Google Maps, Boise is about 552 miles from the nearest coast—but thanks to the Boise Philharmonic, music buffs will soon be able to experience the sound of the sea without leaving town, or even going outdoors. On Saturday, Nov. 10, the Phil will offer a performance called The Sea, which stars two compositions that attempt to capture the ocean: Benjamin Britten's "Four Sea Interludes" from Peter Grimes, which portrays the waves in four different moods; and Claude Debussy's "La Mer," which looks at what The Phil calls "the luminous and atmospheric mysteries of the sea." The night will end with Edward Elgar's "Enigma Variations." If you miss the show, don't worry—just catch it at the NNU Brandt Center in Nampa the next day.
          Diwali: Festival of Lights      Cache   Translate Page      
Thursday, Nov. 7, Boise Hare Krishna Cultural Center In India and bastions of Indian culture the world over, the festival known as Diwali brings together people of all faiths—Hindus, Jains, Buddhists and Sikhs—to celebrate "the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil" as Forbes magazine succinctly put it. At the Boise Hare Krishna Cultural Center, the celebration of Diwali starts on Thursday, Nov. 7, when participants gather at the temple to sing "Ram Dhun" and "Aarti," and share sweet rice and fruit prasad (Indian fruit salad). But the public celebration, the Festival of Lights, will take place Saturday, Nov. 10, filling the temple with dancing candle flames that participants can light for peace. This year's festival will also include a cultural program, traditional dance and music performances, and a free vegetarian meal.
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Friday, Nov. 9, The Record Exchange Calling Billy Harvey a mere musician would be something of an understatement. Yes, he once won the International Songwriters Award for Best Rock Song—a nod to his upbeat number "Frozen Through"—and has been producing pop tracks for years, but he has also worked as a producer for other artists; directed and animated his own eclectic music videos; starred in the award-winning short film "Strings;" collected accolades for his off-the-wall interactive website (billharvey.com), which leads viewers through a series of scribbled-on polaroid photographs; and even produced a full-length documentary film centered on a road trip in his vegetable oil-powered car. Plus, as jazz musician Curtis Stigers noted after a lengthy comment on Harvey's work, "He married a Boise girl, so he's got good sense and taste, too." Catch Harvey playing tracks from his newest record, The Arsonist (self-released, 2018), at The Record Exchange on Friday, Nov. 9.
          BW's Fiction 101 Deadline Fast Approaches      Cache   Translate Page      
Show us you can write your way out of a paper bag before Monday, Nov. 19. Now in its 17th year, the Boise Weekly Fiction 101 contest is in an awkward place. If it were a person, it would be old enough to drive, but it wouldn't be old enough to have voted in the midterm elections—which is a shame, as we here at the Weekly are almost as interested in how a sentient literary contest might have cast its ballot as what the scribbling public will have to say in their entries this year. In the past, writers from Boise and beyond have submitted stories about love and loss, murder, their cats, veteran homecomings, growing old and nature. They've addressed politics and their deepest secrets. Often, the entries were laugh-out-loud funny, like stories about the legendary "tan daddy," grandparents keeping the flame alive through S&M, and what goes on at band practice that stays at band practice. Entries for this year's contest are due on Monday, Nov. 19. If you haven't submitted yours by now, don't panic: The rules are simple. Entries must be 101 words long, typed in Microsoft Word and emailed to us at fiction101@boiseweekly.com in the form of attachments. Accompanying each entry should be a $10 entry fee; use our portal, payment.boiseweekly.com, with the title(s) of your story/stories in the "Notes" section. For people who prefer to pay by check, send payment to: Boise Weekly/Fiction 101 523 Broad St. Boise, ID 83702 Winning entries will be selected by our panel of expert judges and published in the Wednesday, Jan. 2, edition of Boise Weekly. Winning authors will get cash prizes and be invited to read at our annual Boise Weekly Fiction 101 party hosted by Rediscovered Books.…
          Bar Hopper: Where There's Smoke, There's The Gas Lantern Drinking Co.      Cache   Translate Page      
The smokebox finishes off several of the bar's specialty drinks with a "foggy infusion." Where is it? One of the newer additions to the bar scene, The Gas Lantern Drinking Co. is across the street from Boise Art Museum on Boise's Capitol Boulevard. A subdued interior with a throwback vibe beckons, a stark contrast to many downtown watering holes. Warm filament bulb lighting and old-timey newsprint menus enhance the prohibition-era decor. There's live music every week and food is available from the the Smoke & Thyme food truck. Best of all, there's free pool. What's with the smoke? On your first visit, it might be easy to overlook a small glass box perched in the corner. That is, of course, until the contraption fills with woodsmoke, giving the entire room the olfactory allure of a dapper lumbersexual. The smokebox finishes off several of the bar's specialty drinks with a "foggy infusion." When each drink is mixed, it's placed in the smoker for 60 seconds. The smoke subtly affects the drink's flavor, but the aroma sends the experience over the top. What should you drink? Something smoked is the obvious go-to. A common starter is the Smoke & Thyme, made with Elijah Craig small-batch and whiskey bitters, and garnished with a sprig of thyme and a bruleed lemon sliver (dried, touched with brown sugar and torched). The most popular selection, something called "Death in the Afternoon," is the only original vodka cocktail on the list. Other specialty libations have names like "Deceptive Subh-lair," "Al Capone" and "L'Abeille de la Nouvelle-Orleans." Bartender Brittany Brown notes that even if the recipe doesn't call for it, "if it fits in the smoker, we'll smoke it for you." What's the happiest hour? Happy hours at The Gas Lantern run from 4-6 p.m. and 10 p.m.-midnight Sunday through Thursday. Select beers and wines are half off, as are specialty cocktails and well drinks. Where to find it: The Gas Lantern Drinking Co. is located at 701 Fulton St. in Boise.…
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Nov. 9, The Olympic On Facebook, the Los Angeles-based band Death Valley Girls lists a lone influence: "the night-time." Really, that should give listeners a good idea of what they're in for with the heavy indie band, which pounds out what it calls "the hypercharged, in the red, scuzzy rock every generation yearns for." The group's latest album, Darkness Rains (Suicide Squeeze, 2018), is an eerie, otherworldly symphony in 10 gothic tracks, with vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Bonnie Bloomgarden and guitarist Larry Schemel leading the charge, and bassist Alana Amram, drummer Laura Harris and a selection of every-changing guest artists (including members of Moaning, The Shivas and The Make Up) rounding out the group's sound. On Friday, Nov. 9, DVG will make a pitstop in Boise to shake the stage at The Olympic. Don't miss it.
          Minerva's Breakdown: Hung Up      Cache   Translate Page      
"Your first step is to make certain that you are actually registered on the National Do Not Call Registry." Dear Minerva, I keep getting non-stop telemarketer calls on my phone. They've even spammed my number so it looks like I'm calling others and even looks like I've called myself. I even had one use a dead relative's number, which was very upsetting. I've called my provider and they said all they can do is give me a new number, but what's to stop them from ruining that number? —Sincerely, Hung Up Dear Hung Up, It seems that this is a bigger problem than ever. Your first step is to make certain that you are actually registered on the National Do Not Call Registry. That can be done at donotcall.gov or by calling 1-888-382-1222. Once you have registered your number, you may still receive unwanted calls for up to 31 days after the day you register. After that 31-day window, most legitimate companies won't call you. If you still receive calls, note the numbers that come in and report them to the Federal Trade Commission at the above web address, as they are most likely scammers. Because of innovations in technology, it's much easier for scammers to impersonate numbers. Also, doing these things may not prevent some of the calls from continuing. Hang up on the calls and don't interact with either the automated systems or the people on the other end. Use your phone's call blocking feature as well. If you do decide to change your phone number, keep it as private as possible.…
          “Rainbow Bridge Under a Western Sky”      Cache   Translate Page      
Medium: Acrylic on canvas Artist Statement: I've been painting off and on since childhood. I started with oils, then acrylics, watercolors, and now acrylics again, which I now paint with daily. This painting reminds me of events in my life. You can find my work on Facebook at Allan Kidwell Artist Studio, and on Instagram at @allankidwellart.…
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          John Boos Hard Rock Maple Aztec Carving Board      Cache   Translate Page      
Featuring a toothy grip at its center and deep grooves leading to a pan which can perfectly catch the cooked turkey's juices. With Thanksgiving now just a couple of weeks away, it isn't too early to start talking turkey. And while there's a flood of how-to stories on creative ways to cook the bird, there really hasn't been much advancement in developing a goof-proof carving board that doesn't make slicing it a sloppy mess. That is, we didn't think there was until we spotted this gorgeous, two-and-a-quarter-inch thick John Boos Aztec Board, a precision-engineered surface that features a toothy grip at its center and deep grooves leading to a pan which can perfectly catch the cooked turkey's juices. The board is crafted from the finest northern white species of hard rock maple, which is naturally antibacterial. When you flip it over, it even reverses to a stainless-steel pan. $277, cuttingboard.com…
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Progressive Nursing - Boise, ID - Now hiring LPN or RN to provide Private Duty Bedside Nursing in home for adult patient in Boise area. Job Duties: Perform PT exercises...-35 DOE For more information, contact Janae @ 208-914-4282 or APPLY TODAY! MORE About Us: Progressive Nursing Staff prn, Inc...
          BYU football falls in second dramatic finish in six days      Cache   Translate Page      
BYU’s offense found its groove late in the fourth quarter, but once again, it was too little, too late as BYU watched their potential game-winning two-point conversion get batted down to the ground to lose at No. 24 Boise State 7-6 Thursdsay night.
          Column: Boise State needs tougher schedule      Cache   Translate Page      
It’s finally, finally football season again, when kids ages 5 to 45 pad up, line up in the trenches and hit each other as hard as they possibly dare. Someone pushes the pile, someone gets pushed along. Somebody initiates contact, somebody else takes it. Someone wins, someone loses. Football leaves no doubt.
          Republican Sherri Ybarra wins second term as Idaho superintendent of public instruction      Cache   Translate Page      

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — Republican Sherri Ybarra wins second term as Idaho superintendent of public instruction.
          November 7, 2018: What to Know      Cache   Translate Page      
The winners and losers from the midterms, Bill Gates wants to build a better toilet, a massive spending spree at Harrods goes off the rails, Alec Baldwin gets more bad news, and "single-use" is the word of the year. A record number of Ada County voters showed up at the polls in Tuesday's midterm election, part of statewide and national trend that saw unprecedented voter engagement. Idaho's next governor will be Brad Little, who led a Republican slate of candidates who were all successful in their respective contests for statewide office. Republican Janice McGeachin will become Idaho's first female Lieutenant Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra won a tight contest with Democratic challenger Cindy Wilson. The most-anticipated Gem State contest of the evening wasn't even close: A majority of Idaho voters said "yes" to Medicaid expansion, thumbing a collective nose to the Idaho Legislature which has repeatedly pushed back any previous attempt to expand Medicaid to cover tens of thousands of uninsured men, women and children. The other high-profile statewide proposition, an effort to return gambling machines to horse racing venues, went down to defeat following a bruising point/counterpoint media blitz from both sides. At the Idaho State Statehouse, a few Democrats were successful in upsetting incumbent Republican lawmakers in the Idaho House and Senate. In Boise's 15th legislative district, Democrat Steve Berch upended veteran Republican House Rep. Lynn Luker, and Democrat Jake Ellis defeated Republican House Rep. Patrick McDonald. In that same district's State Senate race, incumbent Republican Sen. Fred Martin was leading Democratic challenger Jim Bratnober by just a handful of votes, which will most probably trigger an official recount. In the Wood River Valley, Democrat Muffy Davis handily defeated Republican House Rep. Steve Miller; and in Eastern Idaho, Democratic challenger Chris Abernathy beat Republican House Rep. Dustin Manwaring. Big change will be coming to the Ada County Commission in 2019: two Democratic women won their respective races Tuesday night: Diana Lachiondo defeated Republican incumbent Commissioner Jim Tibbs; and Democrat Kendra Kenyon defeated Republican Sharon Ullman. At the Ada County Highway District, incumbent Paul Woods lost to challenger Mary May and incumbent ACHD Commissioner Kent Goldthorpe held off three challengers. Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson handily won reelection to the U.S. House, and he'll be joined by Republican Russ Fulcher who won his race to see who would take over the vacated seat of outgoing Congressman Raul Labrador. On the national level, Democrats gained control of the U.S. House and several governerships, but Republicans increased their majority in the U.S. Senate. Billionaire Bill Gates wants to build better, cheaper toilets. The New York…
          peintre de moulures d'encadrement - fabrication de meubles - BOISERIES RAYMOND INC. - Deschambault, QC      Cache   Translate Page      
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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      
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          BYU falls to Boise State on the road      Cache   Translate Page      
After a tough battle and nail-biting fourth quarter, BYU took a 16-21 loss on the iconic blue turf. Since the series between BYU and Boise State University began, the Cougars have only come out on top twice; once in 2013 […]
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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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          College Football Picks Week Eleven (Ep. 627)      Cache   Translate Page      
Ryan, Sean and The Dantabase aka Colby D give our their college football picks for week eleven. Plus the crew breaks down Colby’s trip to Boise State to see their game against BYU. Plus the guys break down LSU’s big loss against Alabama.
          Medicaid expansion passes in Idaho      Cache   Translate Page      
BOISE (Idaho Statesman)– Idaho’s Proposition 2, Medicaid expansion, hit a groove early Tuesday night and just kept going. As of 7:30 a.m., the measure passed with the support of more than 60 percent of residents. Expanding the state’s Medicaid program to cover childless and low-income adults had the support of Idaho Gov. Butch Otter and […]
          Ybarra re-elected in close superintendent’s race      Cache   Translate Page      
BOISE — After a race that had been locked in a dead heat through the early morning hours Wednesday, incumbent Republican schools chief Sherri Ybarra was re-elected to her second term after final numbers came in. At 9:17 a.m. Wednesday, with 956 of 959 precincts reporting, unofficial results from the Secretary of State’s Office gave […]
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ID-Boise, Terrific Contract Opportunity! Position: Accountant Location: Boise, Idaho 83705 Term: 3 Months Contract Day-to-Day Responsibilities: Analyzes monthly financial reports, journal entry preparation and postings to the general ledger for various accounts. Responsible for account reconciliation and various month end closing activities. Acts as liaison by coordinating accounting matters between regiona
          Boise Voters Split North-South On Many Issues      Cache   Translate Page      
Like the American Civil War, Boise seems to exhibit a North-South split on most issues. We noticed the Dem-Repub split not only on the race for Governor, but also on propositions, ACHD vehicle fee hike, and other county-wide races. The “north end” influence is nothing new, but to see such a distinct split north of […]
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ID-Boise, United Site Services (USS) makes things happen. From building a skyscraper or new home community to providing services to America's largest music festivals, USS is there every step of the way. As the industry leader in portable sanitation services, we deliver the best for our customers. But to do that, we need the best people to join our team. That's where you come in! Position Description We are
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ID-Boise, United Site Services (USS) makes things happen. From building a skyscraper or new home community to providing services to America's largest music festivals, USS is there every step of the way. As the industry leader in portable sanitation services, we deliver the best for our customers. But to do that, we need the best people to join our team. That's where you come in! Position Description We are
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ID-Boise, United Site Services (USS) makes things happen. From building a skyscraper or new home community to providing services to America's largest music festivals, USS is there every step of the way. As the industry leader in portable sanitation services, we deliver the best for our customers. But to do that, we need the best people to join our team. That's where you come in! Position Description We are
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Aujourd'hui synonyme d'excellence, le champagne Devaux, propriété de l'Union Auboise, a...

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L'imprimerie auboise, née en 1872, continue d'investir pour suivre les évolutions technologiques....

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          Boise Cascade Company прекращает производство LVL-бруса на предприятии в США      Cache   Translate Page      
Выпуск продукции остановят до 31 декабря 2018 г.
          Boise Cascade Company завершила сделку по продаже трех предприятий на северо-западе США      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Courierboard Freight Quote Request - Boise, ID - Pick up date 11/5/2018      Cache   Translate Page      
I just been an envelope delivered by today on the other side of town.
          Commentaires sur Environnement : ne réduisons pas l’homme à un ennemi de la nature par jacques lemiere      Cache   Translate Page      
il faudra se passer d’engrais et pesticides.. et donc voire les rendements donc ne pas reboiser ..et "en m^me temps construire en bois, se chauffer au bois utiliser le papier pour remplacer le plastique etc etc... et alors les gens se diront zut le petrole c'est pas si con que ça...
          November 7, 2018: What to Know      Cache   Translate Page      
The winners and losers from the midterms, Bill Gates wants to build a better toilet, a massive spending spree at Harrods goes off the rails, Alec Baldwin gets more bad news, and "single-use" is the word of the year. A record number of Ada County voters showed up at the polls in Tuesday's midterm election, part of statewide and national trend that saw unprecedented voter engagement. Idaho's next governor will be Brad Little, who led a Republican slate of candidates who were all successful in their respective contests for statewide office. Republican Janice McGeachin will become Idaho's first female Lieutenant Governor and Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra won a tight contest with Democratic challenger Cindy Wilson. The most-anticipated Gem State contest of the evening wasn't even close: A majority of Idaho voters said "yes" to Medicaid expansion, thumbing a collective nose to the Idaho Legislature which has repeatedly pushed back any previous attempt to expand Medicaid to cover tens of thousands of uninsured men, women and children. The other high-profile statewide proposition, an effort to return gambling machines to horse racing venues, went down to defeat following a bruising point/counterpoint media blitz from both sides. At the Idaho State Statehouse, a few Democrats were successful in upsetting incumbent Republican lawmakers in the Idaho House and Senate. In Boise's 15th legislative district, Democrat Steve Berch upended veteran Republican House Rep. Lynn Luker, and Democrat Jake Ellis defeated Republican House Rep. Patrick McDonald. In that same district's State Senate race, incumbent Republican Sen. Fred Martin was leading Democratic challenger Jim Bratnober by just a handful of votes, which will most probably trigger an official recount. In the Wood River Valley, Democrat Muffy Davis handily defeated Republican House Rep. Steve Miller; and in Eastern Idaho, Democratic challenger Chris Abernathy beat Republican House Rep. Dustin Manwaring. Big change will be coming to the Ada County Commission in 2019: two Democratic women won their respective races Tuesday night: Diana Lachiondo defeated Republican incumbent Commissioner Jim Tibbs; and Democrat Kendra Kenyon defeated Republican Sharon Ullman. At the Ada County Highway District, incumbent Paul Woods lost to challenger Mary May and incumbent ACHD Commissioner Kent Goldthorpe held off three challengers. Idaho Congressman Mike Simpson handily won reelection to the U.S. House, and he'll be joined by Republican Russ Fulcher who won his race to see who would take over the vacated seat of outgoing Congressman Raul Labrador. On the national level, Democrats gained control of the U.S. House and several governerships, but Republicans increased their majority in the U.S. Senate. Billionaire Bill Gates wants to build better, cheaper toilets. The New York…
          Accountant      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Job Description: Analyzes monthly financial reports, journal entry preparation and postings to the general ledger for various accounts. Responsible for account reconciliation and various month end closing activities. Acts as liaison by coordinating accounting matters between regional accounting, divisional associates and other department managers. Assists in the preparation of various financial ac
          Boise EnduroCross Finale on beIN Sports this Thursday      Cache   Translate Page      
The 2018 AMA EnduroCross champions were decided at the final round in Boise, Idaho. This was a great season for EnduroCross with exciting racing and large crowds at all six rounds. The championships for the Super EnduroCross and Women’s classes cam...
          Accountant      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, Terrific Contract Opportunity! Position: Accountant Location: Boise, Idaho 83705 Term: 3 Months Contract Day-to-Day Responsibilities: Analyzes monthly financial reports, journal entry preparation and postings to the general ledger for various accounts. Responsible for account reconciliation and various month end closing activities. Acts as liaison by coordinating accounting matters between regiona
          Automotive Technician      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, J.D. Byrider is searching for an experienced Automotive Service Technician for our Garden City, ID Location. The Automotive Service Technician is the primary person responsible for performing approved maintenance on a variety of vehicles. Automotive Service Technician Benefits: Excellent compensation structure (top hourly pay, not flat rate) Monthly bonus opportunities! A great work environment Mo
          Account Executive      Cache   Translate Page      
ID-Boise, ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS * Sell and promote our premium lenses throughout specific regions, primarily focusing on ECPs. * Analyze customer needs and make presentations to sell and close accounts. * Develop and deliver sales presentations and close sales in a professional and effective manner. * Coordinate resolution of customer problems with products and services. * Participate in industry seminars, co


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