How do the Europeans feel about the refugees arriving in the last couple of years?

Refugee accommodation ( In 2015 more than two million refugees arrived in Germany. Those people pay thousands of dollars to get here and when they arrive they often sold all their property to pay the travel.because of politic and economical reason many have to wait years before they are allowed to work. That means that... Continue Reading →


Panic! At the Disco coming to Boise March, next year.

If you're a fan and haven't heard the great news, you might want to stop and listen. Next year in February, Panic! At the Disco is starting their Death of a Bachelor tour. Here is the best part. They're coming to Boise! March 19, at the Taco Bell Arena. Panic! At the Disco was formed... Continue Reading →

What to Do On a Friday

Victory Charter School is hosting a play called The Villain of the Glitter Gulch. The Sophomore class is putting on this play as a fun way to spend time with friends and family and be entertained.  All money goes towards the payment of the senior graduation. Tickets will be sold at $8 each. $8 pay... Continue Reading →

Ballet Idaho’s Show, “The Nutcracker”

It is a family classic, The Nutcracker, will be being performed by Ballet Idaho with live music from the Boise Philharmonic. Join Ballet Idaho in celebrating the Christmas season. Students from Ballet Idaho will be performing with professional members. the event is located at Velma V. Morrison Center for the Performing Arts 2201 W Cesar Chavez Lane Boise,... Continue Reading →

Jill Stein’s Recount Campaign Is Winning Her New Fame — And Losing Her The Green Party

HEMPSTEAD, NY, OCTOBER 04, 2016 - Jill Stein and her party are raising money for presidential recounts in Wisconsin, Michigan, and Pennsylvania.Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein attended a protest outside Hofstra University before last week’s presidential debate. The recount is shaping up to be a huge source of media attention and fundraising for Stein,... Continue Reading →

Winter Garden aGlow

Crandal Boudreaux Twinkle twinkle little stars, I see them dangling from the trees and wrapped around the lamp posts, while families struggle to hang their tangled and twisted ends upon their houses in the crisp, winter air. Although, there is always joy in christmas lights, especially in the dark winter, when the little stars wrapped... Continue Reading →

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