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After Dark: A journey into Idaho's night life

Baker dusting loaves of bread with flour
James Dawson
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Boise State Public Radio
Michael Runsvold, founder and head baker of Acme Bakeshop, dusts loaves of bread with flour before they're baked.

As we approach the end of the year, the days are short and the nights seem to last forever.

The team at Boise State Public Radio is leaning into the darkness to share stories that take place at nighttime and that bring you to spaces that are bustling – or undisturbed – after the sun sets. It’s a series we’re calling After Dark.

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