Harris Ranch

Let us try to explain to you the joy of East Boise living in Harris Ranch… The way the valley glows when the sun bounces off the foothills at dusk. Hiking trails in the Foothills that are seriously, about a...

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EagleMagazine.com Why Advertise With Us? Eagle Magazine is a higher-end product, printed on quality paper stock that produces sharp images, brilliant colors and rich texture. High-quality magazines tend to have a long shelf life – they stick around an average...

Idaho’s Natural Healing

Taking the necessary steps toward health, happiness and longevity. By Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud Leading a healthy life is a catalyst for success, happiness, and internal satisfaction—but with so many doctors, practitioners, and choices, it’s often difficult to...

Boise Farmer’s Market

Embodying Idaho’s commerce and community in one convenient location. By Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud Idaho’s landscape boasts a widely varied landscape, from our expansive wooded forests to the endless deserts and savannahs. Idaho is unique in its ability...

Sustainable Boise

Local Initiatives to Create a Healthier Environment Story by Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Pete Grady Leading a sustainable life is becoming more and more important as our resources become scarcer. As individuals, we all need to do our part in...

Campus

Ask The Legal Expert

by - August 28, 2014

Private Employment By Dr. Decateur Reed Professor at Boise State University Question: I applied for...

Downtown

A Jolly Good Fellow

by - July 6, 2015

Boise’s Ted Challenger Article by Nicole Christensen Pettinger, Photo by Kesey Badgett Sitting on the...

St. Jude Dream Home® Giveaway

Out East

It’s a Lifestyle Thing

by - July 6, 2015

Templeton Real Estate Group By Amy Larson, Photography by Pete Grady Active. Outdoorsy. Vibrant. Into community. Dawn and Mark Templeton, who moved here years ago from Orange County, California, are seeking the ideal lifestyle. Serious college athletes, both enjoy staying...

Garden City

On the Trail to the Future

by - August 28, 2014

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by Ken Levy If you are like many in the...

North End

Indoor Landscapes

by - July 6, 2015

Living Walls are Green Masterpieces By Liza Long, Photography by Cy Gilbert Jayme Mullaney is...

The Perfect (Unexpected) Summer Grill Feast

There’s no place like the backyard when it comes to summer get-togethers. By Liza Long In Boise, summer evenings are long...

by - July 6, 2015

It’s a BOI Thing

Boise Airport Meets Boise’s Magazine By Amy Larson, Photo Courtesy of the Boise Airport and Thinkstock It seems like nearly every...

by - May 5, 2015

Posh Park Provisions

Deluxe Cabins Available for Stays in Ponderosa State Park by Jennifer Okerlund, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation   McCall, Idaho....

by - March 9, 2015

Resolve to Reduce

Make your New Year’s resolution a climate-conscious one in 2015 by Chelsea Chambers  The world is constantly changing, evolving, and adapting—and...

by - December 31, 2014

Momo Cafe

By David Klinger, photography by Mark Dyrud Amid the gleaming walls of his newly-reopened Himalayan restaurant in Southeast Boise, Rajesh Shrestha...

by - July 6, 2015

Paint the Town

Paint the Town with Boise’s Neighborhood Housing Services By Rachel Holt Every year in May and June, teams of eager volunteers...

by - May 5, 2015

Discover Technology: The Future is Now

One Woman’s Love of Science is Fueling the Passions of Young People Story by Tobe Brockner   Lorna Finman isn’t technically...

by - March 9, 2015

Indonesian islands at your fingertips

A warehouse full of stories by Hailey Wilson photography by Pete Grady  In 2001, Suzanne McDaniel accompanied her father on a...

by - December 31, 2014

ST{r}EAM Coffee and Tea Bike

By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Pete Grady I heard about this Steampunk themed coffee bike that is often found near the...

by - July 6, 2015

Boise International Market

Boise’s Multicultural Global Experience By Jessica McAnally, Photos by Pete Grady A bustling public market with offerings from around the world...

by - May 5, 2015

Women in God’s Country

Local Filmakers Nell Shipman and Karen Day Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert   “Applause and recognition are...

by - March 9, 2015

vodka grown in Idaho

Boise’s own 44 North Vodka celebrates its 10 year anniversary story by Rachel Holt photography by Pete Grady  Can you believe...

by - December 31, 2014

Jaialdi

Celebrating Boise’s Basque Heritage By Rachel Holt, photography by Trevor and Amy Arana “My favorite part of Jaialdi is the concept...

by - July 6, 2015

a’Tavola

A true culinary gem in the Linen District By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Tia Crabtree Life happens at the kitchen table....

by - May 5, 2015

Bravo for “Bravo!”

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson   In early 1968, United States Marines at the Khe Sanh fire base were surrounded and...

by - March 9, 2015

the invisible Idahoan

Black History Museum shares a vital part of our past by Rachel Holt photography by Pete Grady  Who is York? If...

by - December 31, 2014

Pedal Power

Why two wheels are better than four. By Lettie Stratton, photography by Mark Dyrud Boise’s bicycle culture is something to be...

by - July 6, 2015

BUGS & Boise

Two peas in a pod by Lettie Stratton, Photography by Pete Grady The Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS) has been a...

by - May 5, 2015

Luciano and His Sunshine Boots

The Story Behind the Story Story by Jessica McAnally, Photography by John Webster   Luciano is a little boy who loves...

by - March 9, 2015

comic cinema remix

Making any movie a comedy by Dylan Haas photography by John Webster Have you ever watched a movie that’s so bad...

by - December 31, 2014

Boise Public Library

Check it Out! By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photography courtesy of the Boise Public Library There are 120 candles on Boise Public...

by - July 6, 2015

May in Motion

By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady One of my brother’s former girlfriends—the White House pastry chef—bikes to work year...

by - May 5, 2015

Boise’s Hidden Fashion Scene

Art of Fashion Show: Incognito – The Third Annual Boise Art Museum Fashion Show Story by Rachel Holt, Photography by Klein...

by - March 9, 2015

timeless treasures

Take a trip down Memory Lane by Amy Larson photography by Pete Grady  Tommy Amador’s passion for antiques started early. “My...

by - December 31, 2014

The Second Annual Tater Dash

By Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Cy Gilbert As tried and true Idahoans, we know that summer is about all about fun...

by - July 6, 2015

Serious Food

Lucky Fins Seafood Grill serves up soul and spirit By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Pete Grady Flip the menu over at...

by - May 5, 2015

There’s No Place like Idahome

Capture a Little Piece of Home with Native Idaho Designs Story by Rachel Holt, Photo by Nelson Ingrad & Thinkstock “I...

by - March 9, 2015

good cacao

Chocolate can be good for you by Rachel Holt photography by John Webster Did you know that dark chocolate can actually...

by - December 31, 2014

tinyExpanses

The artwork of Rachel Teannalach. By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Mark Dyrud I often wonder how artists see the world. I...

by - July 6, 2015

The Show Must Go On

Stars of Garden Valley By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady and courtesy of Starlight Mountain Theatre After attending a...

by - May 5, 2015

Spacebar

Boise’s Own “Barcade” Story by Rachel Holt   It sounds too good to be true: a place where you can play...

by - March 9, 2015

accessories for a colorful life

Star Moxley’s curiosity shop delights and inspires story by Liza Long photography by John Webster  When I walked into The Crazy...

by - December 31, 2014

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