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The real question is, is it doughnut or donut? According to Grammer.com, both are correct. If you want to get down to specifics, doughnut is the proper form of spelling the flavorful fried and rounded treat, whereas donut is a simplified written American version.
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Updated as of 6/25/2020. Ada County just took a major step back due to COVID-19. Due to recent COVID-19 spikes, Boise has recently moved back into stage 3 of the Idaho Rebounds Plan. This may leave people feeling anxious again, due to the unknown.
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The Boise zoo has made plans to reopen Monday, June 22 with new protocols during stage four of Boise reopening. Although not all animal exhibits will be open, the zoo is slowly and safely opening its doors to the community.
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A press conference was held Monday, June 22 as Health officials informed the public that Ada County will be taking a step back into Stage 3.
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Wondering where all the food trucks go on the weekends or where to find them in general? This Summer, chances are they are all dishing up food at The Switchback, located off Old Hickory Way in East Boise.
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A new stout is coming to Boise and it is bringing a powerful message, Black is Beautiful. Releasing as early as next week, Boise brewers have joined forces in order to raise awareness to the issue of police brutality and inequity in the United States.
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“Eagle is Strong” this year’s theme for the upcoming July Eagle Art Walk and Eagle Chalk Art event. The Eagle Arts Commission (EAC) has teamed up with Finer Frames to sponsor amateur, professional and student artists the opportunity to create vivid chalk art at the July Eagle Art Walk.
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Lumos Optical is bringing cute and affordable glasses to Boise, no seriously they are actually affordable for everyone. Located in the heart of downtown on 5th street, Lumos brings something special to the Boise community.
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As many of us struggle with travel restrictions and the urge to fly, there is a perfect opportunity for locals to go on vacation right in their backyard, well Franklin House’s backyard.
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The year 2020 has been the year of cancellations. Canceled concerts, travel plans and unfortunately for many, canceled weddings. Tamarack Resort has brought a solution to that devastating reality.
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St. Luke’s Health System locations around Idaho participated in a “White Coats for Black Lives’ initiative that is happening around the U.S. The St. Luke’s medical professionals voluntarily gathered at specified locations on each campus for 8 minutes and 46-second silence to publicly commit to improved safety and health care for people of color.
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It’s summer and you know what that means, outdoor dining is back! Nothing better than sitting out and enjoying sun rays, while eating delicious food, sipping on tasty drinks, and taking in the view.
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Summer in Boise is one of a kind, soaking up the hot weather and having free-filled days are what we all have been looking forward to! We want to make sure you and the family have an exciting summer filled with tons of awesome adventures! We have put together the ultimate summer bucket list.
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Have you been wondering what you are going to do to make this Father’s Day special? Father’s Day is right around the corner, on June 21st, with the weather warming up and Boise businesses beginning to open you’ll have plenty of things to do to celebrate every dad out there.
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Boise’s busiest street of restaurants has begun expanding the street to open up more patio seating for the local restaurants. Development began Thursday, June 4th. From Main Street to Idaho Street the City of Boise is opening up 8th Street to allow restaurants extra seating in support of following social distancing standards.
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