Idaho Arts Quarterly No. 29
Summer Issue Idaho arts magazine published by Bar Bar Inc.
contents 4 Katy Dang 6 Katy Dang 8 Bill English 12 Judy Christie 13 Mike Winter 14 Tara Morgan 16 Molly Shaver 18 Sandy Friedly 20 Kenneth Rogers 22 25 Adrian Kien 26 Benjamin Love editor's note + contributors PUBLISHER Sally Freeman Sally@boiseweekly.com Office Manager Shea Sutton Shea@boiseweekly.com EDITORIAL Editor Katy Dang Katy@idahoartsquarterly.com Calendar Guru Elaine Lacaillade Elaine@boiseweekly.com Copy Editors Amy Atkins Rachael Daigle Deanna Darr Nathaniel Hoffman Proofreaders Annabel Armstrong Jay Vail Contributing Writers Judy Christie, Bill English, Sandy Friedly, Adrian Kien, Benjamin Love, Tara Morgan, Kenneth Rodgers, Mike Winters CREATIVE Art Director Leila Ramella-Rader Leila@boiseweekly.com Graphic Designers Megan Decker Megan@boiseweekly.com Adam Rosenlund Adam@boiseweekly.com Photographers Joyce Alexander Laurie Pearman ADVERTISING Account Executives Joe Dewey Joe@boiseweely.com Blake Green Blake@boiseweekly.com Meshel Miller Meshel@boiseweekly.com Chelsea Snow Chelsea@boiseweekly.com Jessi Strong Jessi@boiseweekly.com Jill Weigel Jill@boiseweely.com CIRCULATION Shea Sutton Shea@boiseweekly.com Man About Town Stan Jackson Stan@boiseweekly.com Distribution Tim Anders, Roy Boehm, Andrew Cambell, Mickey Fehrnstrom, Tim Green, Brian Huckabee, Stan Jackson, Barbara Kemp, Dennis Nelson, Amanda Noe, Northstar Couriers, Steve Pallsen, Elaynea Robinson, Jill Weigel Idaho Arts Quarterly is published by Boise Weekly, an independent and locally owned publication. Idaho Arts Quarterly prints 40,000 copies quarterly and is available free of charge statewide. To order additional copies of Idaho Arts Quarterly, please contact Boise Weekly offices. SUBSCRIPTIONS: Yearly/4 issues-$20 Idaho Arts Quarterly (ISSN pending) is owned and operated by Bar Bar Inc., an Idaho corporation. Address editorial, business and production correspondence to: Boise Weekly, P.O. Box 1657, Boise, ID 83701 TO CONTACT US: Boise Weekly's office is located at 523 Broad Street, Boise, ID 83702 Phone: 208-344-2055 Fax: 208-342-4733 E-mail: email@example.com www.idahoartsquarterly.com The entire contents and design of Idaho Arts Quarterly are �2009 by Bar Bar, Inc. (clockwise fr om upper left) PHOTOGRAPHS BY : JOYCE ALEXANDER, JAMES KALM, JOYCE ALEXANDER, LAURIE PEARMAN 4 summer SW Idaho Better Business Bureau 2008 Winner Integrity Counts! 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April 9, 10, 11, BSU Special Events Ctr. www.balletidaho.org | 208.343.0556 newsworthy 12 summer further www.idahoartsquarterly.com 13 front & center 14 summer front & center www.idahoartsquarterly.com 15 further The Tragedy of the Brothers Lafferty Act I Scene 1. [Watson Sr.'s clinic.] (Enter Dan and Marcus) DAN The volley of our patrons now subsides. Let us, while they are yet diminish�d, Recover strength, in wit and physic both, That we may suffer them another round. MARCUS So aggravate art thou in thy conceits! 'Tis only till our father is recovered We are to take his stead. Wherefore disdainest Thou who provideth us our income? DAN Disdain? Nay, brother, this is but derision. Disdain and scorn and malice I reserve For the state that profligates our income. MARCUS Prithee, do spare me thy bombastic rants. 'Tis not as terrible as thou wouldst bark. What of the feds, what issues problem they? Their purposes do lay on naught but us And our wellbeing. Why art thou laughing? DAN 'Tis not at thee, assurances; I laugh At such a paradox. They'd have us mired Till Christ's return in bog of welfare, but I know they would not have us faring well. Thou must recall the confrontation 'twixt The government and me when I'd been training For this, our current chiropractice. MARCUS Alas, I do. It was a troubled time. DAN Indeed! For they'd have had us all de-fanged And gumming desperately upon their dug Than living, feeding, dying on ambition. I would that I were teething so to maul That teat, than bear such an indignity. MARCUS One need not hang on their security; Thou hadst thy family to support thee. In spite of all of Ronald's numerous Responsibilities, he would have given Thee aught it was thou neededst. DAN I am sure He would have, as he is generous And loyal most, to the extent of thinness, But I did not wish to trouble him. 16 summer further MARCUS The church had such a means to help thee through Those times. DAN I've such a means to help the church, For they are truly needing in these times Moe guidance than I do. MARCUS What? Heresy! DAN Committing treason 'gainst the mutineers Is in the end an act of loyalty. Never was there betrayal greater than The church's long neglect of the divine Command that one should try to supplement Deficient marriage with moe wives. MARCUS Now mine Humor doth overthrow mine etiquette. Is this thy grounds for shagging out thy locks, That thou mightst shag out some nubile minx? The concept of thee with a mistress quakes One's body with a laughing peal. DAN Why should We have but one? If we're to procreate As much as can be done, wherefore confine Ourselves to but a single concubine, Especially if ordered from above? MARCUS Dost thou Sincerely hope to resurrect the old And rusted doctrine of polygamy? `Tis foolhardiness. DAN I do not hope-- (A bell) But soft, the customers are hither come. They want our hands, but will instead get arms, For hark: our armistice is at an end. MARCUS But a moment, and out we'll be! DAN Though we resume, this conversation's far From finish�d; we can elaborate Some later point. The truth will be restored, The highest Heaven tier be our reward. Exeunt www.idahoartsquarterly.com 17 further 18 summer further www.idahoartsquarterly.com 19 musings 20 summer of note Galleries 22 summer of note DKM PHOTOGRAPHY www.idahoartsquarterly.com 23 of note Performing Arts Events 24 summer reading Idaho primary source 26 summer Experience Art... CC Open Mon-Sat 10 - 6 (208) 898-9176 1722 E. Fairview Avenue, Meridian, ID 83642 On the corner of Fairview & Locust Grove in Meridian next to Fred Meyer 2007 MERIDIAN SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR for the first time. ROSSROADS ARNEGIE ART CENTER A R T F O R E V E RYO N E www.crossroads-arts.org | www.basecampbaker.com