As a teenager in the ’90s, no actor better represented blockbuster movies than Bill Paxton. Although Paxton wasn’t typically a leading man in those movies — he would often play the brother, the second-in-command, or the comic relief — he served as a kind of talisman of quality. If you saw Paxton’s name in the opening credits of a movie, you knew that the film was going to be better for it.
If you've walked the greenbelt or crossed any of our bridges lately, you've probably noticed, the Boise River is running high and fast.
I know, usually we reserve "The most wonderful time of the year" for seasonal music, but when I come with four boxes of heaven, it seems appropriate. Girl Scout Cookies are back!