Somewhere around the dawn of time (eight years ago) a couple of stegosauri noticed that there wasn’t a radio station in Boise that wasn’t run by vicious tyrannosaurs (vicious media conglomerates). So they set to work starting a community-driven radio station. First step: evolution. Followed by the invention of the radio. And in April, after dozens of geologic ages and thousands upon thousands of hours of volunteer work, Radio Boise finally went live on the air, meaning Boiseans can now listen to independent news, music and opinion on all sorts of topics. It’s just too bad the stegosauri are all long dead and can’t hear it.