Category : Clutch

Idaho’s Potato Laws

Rules of the Road for Cyclists By Rachel Holt According to 2011 survey by the U.S. Census, there are 2,470 bicycle commuters in Boise or 2% of commuters. As there have been more and more bicycle and car related accidents…

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The Idaho Sierra Club’s Fight for Idaho’s Energy Future

Should Idahoans continue to invest in coal? By Benton Smith Driving through Idaho often gives the impression that we are living in a “green state”. Windmills and damns have become such common sights that the once boyhood thrill of seeing…

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The Lego Master

Idaho Nonprofit Center’s membership director Richard Mussler-Wright has an unusual passion. By Ken Levy Photography By Pete Grady He’s an advocate of teaching and loves to help people to help each other.Richard Mussler-Wright, membership director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center,…

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Cabin Fever

December marks the launch of The Cabin’s annual anthologies, giving you plenty to read on a cold winter’s night. By Elisabeth McKetta Photography by Copper Chadwick The Cabin performs a balancing feat year-round. In the summer they offer writing camps…

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Guru a-go-go

From the traditional glazed to the increasingly exotic (wild berries with culinary lavender, anyone?) locally run Guru Donuts is well on its way to becoming a Boise legend. By Becky Davis Photography by Guy Hand You know you’re onto a…

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Foaming at the Mouth

The locavore movement has spilled into craft beer and Boise’s microbreweries are expanding their facilities to meet the increasing demand By Ken Levy Photography by Copper Chadwick Whether quaffing a local in-house brew or picking up six packs from longtime…

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Helping High

By Jamie Dillon Poverty. Hunger. Homelessness. Mental illness. Depression. Teen pregnancy. Sexual abuse. A mom addicted to meth. A dad in prison. When Frank Church high school teacher Jess Hawley looks at the kids who comprise his class, he typically…

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