Daily Archives : June 28, 2017

Surf’s Up

Story by Chelsea Chamber, Photos by Amanda Antilla While The Corridor Paddle and Surf Shop founder Victor Myers hails from the Midwest, he grew up kayaking for most of his childhood, so he is no stranger to the water. He…

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Style at Home

Story by Emily Baker From modest family homes to sprawling estates, this year’s award-winning Parade of Homes revealed designs that can be replicated at any budget. In both style and function, Idahoans are changing the way we use our homes….

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A WaterShed Moment

Story by Brittany Sailors, Amanda Antilla Watershed |wa-ter-shed| noun 1.An area or ridge of land that separates waters flowing to different rivers 2.An event or period marking a turning point in a course of action The Boise River is an…

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Anthea Skincare

Story by Chelsea Chambers, Photos by Amanda Antilla The early morning light shines through the trees and awakens the seedlings from their nighttime slumber. Leaves outstretch their stalks, reaching for the rising sun. Flowers emerge into full bloom as honeybees…

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Local NY Times Bestselling Author A.K. Turner

Story by Bavani, Photos by Amanda Antilla New York Times bestselling author Amanda Turner — A.K. Turner to her fans – confessed that she was unsure of how to classify her writing genre to when she first started out. It…

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meriwether cider

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Amanda Antilla “Our mom and dad were professors and they did a sabbatical in Australia. There was a lot of cider there and they asked themselves, ‘Why not here?’” shared Kate Leadbetter, owner and…

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Wanna Matcha?

Story by Veronica Lemaster, Photos by Amanda Antilla It all started with an accidental two-month honeymoon. Ashley and Austin Townend, the founders of Wanna Matcha, traveled out of the country to celebrate their wedding for a month, but wound up…

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ford idaho center

Story by Cody Evans Idaho is filled with little hidden gems–lakes, hot springs and tasty restaurants. Idaho also has a big gem tucked into the Nampa community. The Ford Idaho Center is one of the most versatile entertainment centers you…

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Onward Shay!

Story by Amanda Soza Betsy Luce and Jan Bastain, two of the most energetic, women in Boise have made Boise the destination for a world-class Boston-qualifying marathon event for the past two years, attracting runners from all over the globe….

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Story by Malcolm Hong Although virtual reality technology has been around for decades, creating an affordable, easily mass-produced system used to be science fiction. Today, recent industry breakthroughs have made virtual reality (VR) applications possible on a greater scale. When…

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