Category : Downtown

Meet Global Lounge!

Story by Donna Kovaleski, Photo Submitted “You may have noticed things are changing in the Treasure Valley as Idaho continues to welcome new students, business people, and others resettling here to share in the beauty and great lifestyle we love…

Comments Off on Meet Global Lounge! / 10 View / April 27, 2017

Spotlight on Fiberpipe Data Centers

Story by Malcolm Hong, Photos Courtesy Fiberpipe “If you’ve ever streamed a movie with Netflix or used a popular website like Amazon or Ebay, you may have taken your experience for granted. But providing quick and reliable online services doesn’t…

Comments Off on Spotlight on Fiberpipe Data Centers / 172 View / February 24, 2017

Waffle Me Up!

by Bavani Waffle Me Up, Baby!”  I squelched the temptation to shout that out as I entered Waffle Me Up.    Leaving the frigid temperatures at the door, I was greeted by the heavenly aroma of waffles and the warmth…

Comments Off on Waffle Me Up! / 98 View / January 2, 2017

Hot Potato

The Idaho Potato Drop is the Best Way to Ring in the New Year by Cody Evans, photos by Terry Welch Shortly after Dylan Cline’s mother passed away, he found himself standing center stage in front of 40,000 people, celebrating…

Comments Off on Hot Potato / 105 View / November 2, 2016

Eat Well, Do Good

Even Stevens Sandwich Shop Gives Back to the Boise Community by Liza Long, photos by Tiffany Howard What if you could enjoy a fresh, delicious sandwich or salad while listening to live local music on a patio overlooking Boise’s Freak…

Comments Off on Eat Well, Do Good / 68 View / September 2, 2016

Keep an eye on this Boise startup

  Food for thought By Tia Crabtree You feel a little sick and then a wave of uncontrollable nausea sets in. It’s been seven to eight hours after you’ve eaten at your favorite restaurant, and your self diagnosis is food…

Comments Off on Keep an eye on this Boise startup / 175 View / August 11, 2016

Go Ahead and Jump

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photos by Mark Dyrud When J.R. (Jack) Simplot passed away in 2008, part of his legacy was a collection of vintage tractors. He envisioned a museum but some of his family members had an even grander…

Comments Off on Go Ahead and Jump / 202 View / July 6, 2016

Mother to Mother

A New Mom’s Perspective is Helping New Moms by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Mark Dyrud Don’t ask Jennifer Hudson to sing. She may share her name with the famous singer and actress and have her own growing fan base, but you won’t…

Comments Off on Mother to Mother / 119 View / May 3, 2016

Smooth Avenue

Article Sponsored by Dorsey Music Happily singing the blues by Sara Mitton Cox, photography by Mark Dyrud “Are there any smoothies in the house?” This is James (JT) Tyler’s signature question when he opens a show, but he’s not talking…

Comments Off on Smooth Avenue / 410 View / March 1, 2016

Go Green – and Local

In 2016 Mixed Greens offers something for everyone by Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud If you’re taking a winter walk downtown, be mindful not to miss Mixed Greens on 9th Street between Idaho and Bannock. It’s nearly impossible to…

Comments Off on Go Green – and Local / 196 View / January 4, 2016