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Welcome to Write Craft, a free, five part podcast series devoted to the craft of fiction writing. Write Craft ©℗ Bibiana Krall 2018. All Rights Reserved. Produced and narrated by Bibiana Krall. Please remember to like, subscribe and offer comments in the dropdown. Full transcript for the hard of hearing can be enjoyed on her writing blog, Indite bit.ly/2GWbQpX Bibiana writes novels, short-stories, screenplays and after completing the Write Craft Podcast she's starting a pop culture one as we ...
 
Idaho Matters is the place on-air and online where folks with different views can talk with each other, exchange ideas, debate with respect and come away richer from the experience. We hope you'll engage with us! The best way to do that is by sending us a radio quality message using our free Boise State Public Radio app, available on Apple and Android devices. Tap the "Talk To Us" feature on the dropdown menu and send us your question, comment or story idea. Or, send us an email: idahomatter ...
 
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Tuesday, the U.S. marked 400,000 deaths from the coronavirus exactly one year to the day since the first case was diagnosed in our country. M ore than 1,600 of those deaths have happened in Idaho. T he good news: almost 11,000 Idahoans have received their COVID-19 vaccination.By swright@boisestate.edu (Samantha Wright)
 
As of Tuesday morning, the state reports 10,762 people have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine in Idaho. With a population of more than 1.8 million people the state is a long way from reaching herd immunity against the virus. Even when folks are able to get the vaccine, will they choose to?By Frankie Barnhill
 
Former Ada County Commissioner Diana Lachiondo lost her bid for re-election this fall, after taking controversial positions in her role on the Central District Health Board. H er critics said she was overreacting in her support for COVID-19 restrictions, while her supporters say she has become a victim of a hyper-partisan election where public heal…
 
Humans are not the only mammals that get relief from hot temperatures with a cooling swim. According to a new study , female grizzlies seek out pools of water in warmer temperatures, especially lactating mother bears. As climate change creates longer periods of heat in the Mountain West, what can this research tell us about grizzly’s adaptability?…
 
It was another packed week in Idaho news. The legislature began their 2021 session after Gov. Brad Little's Monday State of the State Address. At the same time, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout continues but at a slower pace than was projected while members of the Idaho National Guard are on their way to D.C to protect the capital ahead of the inaugura…
 
We are now ten months into the COVID-19 pandemic here in Idaho, and we are still seeing more cases and deaths. In fact, the U.S. saw the most deaths in one day due to this virus just this week. T he good news? Vaccines are being distributed across the country, and more people in Idaho are able to receive them after a policy update by the state .…
 
The U.S. House of Representatives voted Wednesday for a historic second impeachment of President Trump, approving a single article of "inciting violence against the government of the United States.” So what are the political and legal implications of this?By frankiebarnhill@boisestate.edu (Frankie Barnhill)
 
It’s going to be a big year for Idaho lawmakers who are beginning the 2021 session today. They face important policy decisions to be made on things like education, infrastructure and taxes. At the same time, the state continues to battle the deadly COVID-19 pandemic and concerns over possible unrest surface after Trump supporters attacked the U.S. …
 
Today on the weekly Idaho Matters Reporter Roundtable, our panel discusses the week's news in both the nation's capital and here in Idaho. Today's discussion includes the riots in Washington D.C. and what might be next as statehouses convene across the country, Idaho's upcoming legislative session, the COVID-19 vaccine rollout and more.…
 
President Trump incited a violent mob of his supporters to storm the U.S. Capitol after months of refusing to acknowledge he lost his bid for a second term. While Congress was in session to certify the fair election of Joe Biden to the presidency, rioters forced them to stop their work.By Frankie Barnhill
 
Wednesday, a Trump supporter carried a Confederate flag — a symbol of hate and the Confederacy — through the halls of the U.S. Capitol during a violent insurrection. The stark visual came after President Trump incited right wing extremists to storm the building, breaking windows and doors, fighting with Capitol Police in order to force their way in…
 
Welcome back to Write Craft © and thanks for tuning in! This episode is about the importance of creating complex characters in your writing with a ton of helpful hints to enrich your storytelling! For the hard of hearing, or if you want to read along, a full script has been provided on my website. www.bibianakrall.com Fantastic music track: Go to G…
 
Write Craft ©℗ Bibiana Krall 2018. All Rights Reserved. Produced and narrated by Bibiana Krall. MUSIC INTRO: “Hello Again” was written by Ric Ocasek and performed by The Cars ©℗ 1984 Elektra Records.Free/open source version for podcasting,courtesy of Spreaker.comEpisode #1 - The importance of a strong plot in writing, what it is and how to use stru…
 
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