Daily Archives : May 5, 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 show at the Starlight Mountain Theatre in Garden Valley last summer, Cory Tanner, president and owner of The Bolton…

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Serious Food

Lucky Fins Seafood Grill serves up soul and spirit By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Pete Grady Flip the menu over at Lucky Fins in downtown Boise, and you’ll read the following statement: “The kitchen is our soul and the bar…

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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 round in all kinds of weather. May is National Bike Month, and it’s never been a more beautiful time…

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Off to the Races

Your complete guide to staying active and competitive while helping those in need by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady May 9th Spring Bird Walk Idaho Botanical Gardens Join Leanne Lloyd-Fairey from the Golden Eagle Audubon Society and Idaho…

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Savor Idaho

Story by Nicole Christensen Pettinger, Photography by Pete Grady A short drive down historic Warm Springs to the bottom of Table Rock, an adventure of an afternoon awaits. June in all of her splendor showers us in rays of sunshine…

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BUGS & Boise

Two peas in a pod by Lettie Stratton, Photography by Pete Grady The Boise Urban Garden School (BUGS) has been a staple of Boise culture and education since it got its start over ten years ago. And now, just a…

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Picnicking at Camel’s Back Park

A locavore adventure By Rachel Holt, Photography Pete Grady Boise is called the City of Trees, and with its green parks and open spaces, it’s easy to see why. One particular favorite, especially for North Enders, is Camel’s Back Park….

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a’Tavola

A true culinary gem in the Linen District By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Tia Crabtree Life happens at the kitchen table. Family and friends all around the world gather together at tables with one uniting factor: food. Lisa Peterson, owner…

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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 is now open in the Treasure Valley. At the Boise International Market, customers can find handmade products from a…

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Lost and Found

Artist explores vulnerability and humanity By Liza Long, Photo by Pete Grady Kris Hargis is many things: a nationally recognized artist and illustrator, a graduate student in Boise State University’s MFA program, and a skilled carpenter. But above all else,…

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