Daily Archives : November 3, 2015

First Annual Toy Expo

at the Discovery Center of Idaho By Rachel Holt, photography courtesy of Discovery Center of Idaho The Discovery Center of Idaho will be holding its 1st Annual Toy Expo on Friday November 27th and Saturday November 28thduring the normal Discovery…

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Home for the Holidays

Boise Council Member T.J. Thomson and his family celebrate a first this season By Liza Long, photography courtesy of T.J. Thomson Six years ago, second-term Boise council member T.J. Thomson and his wife Alisha made a decision that would change…

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The Egyptian Theatre’s Destiny

By Bavani Purushothaman, photography by Ruth Novella Stepping into the Egyptian Theatre takes me back in time to a bygone era. It’s a feast for my senses. The vibrant colors add a splash of grandeur while the majestic proscenium arch…

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Culinary Arts for the Common Good

By Bavani Purushothaman, photography by Celia Southcombe “We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give,” said Winston Churchill.   Create Common Good’s Executive Chef, Brent Southcombe, is living proof of the…

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Trail Guides for Start-Ups

Trailhead provides a community clubhouse for entrepreneurs By Liza Long, photography by Mark Dyrud Jeff Reynolds is a self-described start up guy. A serial entrepreneur with a proven background in marketing and advertising, the new Director of Engagement at Trailhead…

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Passion and Triumph

Boise’s Only Bird Rescue By Laura Wolstenholme, photography by Mark Dyrud Frequently last May, director Jennifer Rockwell walked through the Ruth Melichar Bird Center (RMBC), quickly attending to tasks to keep her wards stable. The RMBC, a branch of the…

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When the Shoe Fits

Social justice entrepreneur Kenton Lee fills a need abroad and at home By Liza Long, photography by Mark Dyrud If you’re a parent like I am, you’re probably familiar with the seemingly endless struggle to keep your children’s growing feet…

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Going with the Flow

The Aquarium of Boise begins a new chapter By Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud The Aquarium of Boise is the first business of its kind in Idaho and has quickly become an integral part of the community. Moving past…

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The Opposite of Ordinary

By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photography by Mark Dyrud Privada Estates is the flagship development of The Privada Group, which consists of three members: Jeff Wright, President; Leslie Wright, Vice President, Development; and Lance Keller, Construction Operations Management, Project Engineer. These…

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Infused with Passion

Delia Dante and the FireFusion Studio By Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud “Achieve what’s humanly capable in your lifetime and stop being fearful of failing.” – Delia Dante FireFusion is gearing up for the holidays and Dante and her…

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