Boise may not be the most harrowing place to live, but then sometimes the Legislature doesn’t like us, there’s the high housing costs, the lack of (legal) weed, and, undeniably the most sinister of all, the geese.
So if you’re new to town or haven’t quite figured out our city’s quirks, here’s what you need to know to survive, according to the City Cast Boise team.
Starting with some sage wisdom from Minerva Jayne: “In Boise, you cannot judge a book by its cover.” You can expect most functions to be casual, and if you like dressing up, expect to be the odd one out (which is fine).
From lead producer Frankie Barnhill: Before gossiping, check your surroundings. Assume that everyone around you knows who you’re talking about, because they probably do.
Re: license plates, host Emma Arnold recommends getting a vanity plate that won’t show your county (non-Ada folks aren’t always fans), and certainly change your plates if they’re Californian.
Get a dog!
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