Daily Archives : March 3, 2014

Breathe Easier

Device brings fresh air indoors. Story and Photos by Ken Levy There’s nothing better than a breath of fresh air. Bringing that fresh air indoors can be just what the doctor ordered. When his son, Griffin, was diagnosed with asthma,…

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Working Mother Kelly Engel

By Emily Fonnesbeck Photos by Justine When going out to buy baby clothes, either for your child or someone else’s, you have a dizzying amount of options. A lot of things, while on the outside appearing nice, are cheaply made,…

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Going the Distance

District 19 Freshman legislator Mat Erpelding on the Idaho Centennial Trail. By Liza Long Mat Erpelding, outfitter, guide, college instructor, and Idaho District 19 freshman legislator, surveyed the massive granite spires of the Selkirk mountain range in Northern Idaho in…

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Prixe Fixe Dining in Boise

State & Lemp By Dylan Haas Photo by Pete Grady If you are looking for the finest, most intimate dining experience in the Treasure Valley, look no further than the triangular island-block at the corner of State and Lemp in…

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G Fit Studio

A spa for bikes and their riders. By Pete Grady Photos by Pete Grady The phone rings and Jenny Kroll’s soft, cheery voice answers with an enthusiastic “hi, G Fit Studio”. With the phone balanced between her ear and shoulder,…

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Music’s Ultimate Intimate Setting

By Christy Stansell If you love live music and concerts but you hate the throbbing ears and headache you endure for hours afterwards, you will be beyond thrilled with this announcement:  There’s a new entertainment experience in town.  Introducing Andy…

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Playing in the Big League

Local company creates special effects for John Travolta film. By Catrine McGregor Photography by Copper Chadwick At first look, Boise resident Jesse Cordtz is not a likely person to be associated with John Travolta. I first met Jesse several years…

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Reinventing Childhood

Camp Rainbow Gold has new digs in downtown Boise. By Kristen Lynch Photography CBH Homes Summer camp–children playing, enjoying their youth, heedlessly splashing water-soaked paddles at camp counselors or donned in wild garments for an evening or improvisational skits. Endless…

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What If

Jim Moore spans centuries and brings beautiful, small moments to page-turning fiction and promises there are many more stories to come. By Jamie Dillon Photo by John Webster What if? How many times a day does your day-dreaming start that…

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Building a Better Bicycle

Bicycle Engineering at Boise State By Rachel Holt Photography John Webster Here at Boise State University, students have the opportunity to learn just what makes a bicycle a bicycle with Professor Angus McDonald. When asked about his own bicycles, McDonald…

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