Boise resident Tom Rosen was in Vietnam on vacation. He went looking for the artist who painted a picture of him for his brother during the Vietnam War. He found the man, now in his 80s, in the city of Hue.
Matthew Barney, an artist who was raised in Boise, will debut his newest project on March 1, a film set in Idaho’s Sawtooth mountains that features NRA shooting champ Anette Wachter as hunting goddess Diana.
LED’s Lauren Edson and Andrew Stensaas move their multimedia company into a new space at 15th & Grove. The dance, music, film arts group will premiere ‘Jabberwock,” a new work, at the Morrison Center March 2.
Stanislaus County Clerk-Recorder staff invited engaged couples to join them as they performed marriage ceremonies on Valentine’s Day at the historic McHenry Mansion on Thursday February 14, 2019 in downtown Modesto, Calif.
This year will be the last showing of the current production of Ballet Idaho’s “The Nutcracker” at the Morrison Center in Boise before directors reinvent the show. The Boise Philharmonic will provide the music.
Día de los Muertos is a holiday celebrated throughout Latin America and in Latino communities in the United States to honor the lives of those who have died. Here's what you need to know about the tradition
The weekend is filled with classical music events in Meridian and Boise that are sure to entertain family. The season begins for Stars of Steinway, the Boise Baroque Chamber Orchestra and the Meridian Symphony.
Boise Contemporary Theater will begin its 23rd season on Oct. 17. The opener, “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time,” has more actors and visual design elements than ever before, making it the most ambitious set yet.
More than 100 designers, artisans and craftsmen contributed to the four-year restoration and creation of the new Idaho State Museum. Here are the top 10 artifacts you simply must see when the museum opens Friday, Oct. 12.