Category : Downtown

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…

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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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A Place for Readers and Writers

The Cabin celebrates 20 years as Boise’s literary center By Liza Long, Photography by Mark Dyrud On a lazy August afternoon, a crowd of writers of every age gathered on the cool green lawn in front of the Cabin, a…

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A Jolly Good Fellow

Boise’s Ted Challenger Article by Nicole Christensen Pettinger, Photo by Kesey Badgett Sitting on the sleek, revolutionized, modern patio of Ted Challenger’s newest brainchild “Amsterdam Lounge”, we finish a warm conversation where we were enveloped into the cozy sunken couch,…

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Celebrate Salsa

Celebrate Salsa at the Knitting Factory by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photo courtesy of Candela Salsa Band Laura “Lolita” Johnston fell in love with a Latin man from Honduras in college. She also fell in love with the Latin culture.  The…

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Room for Everyone

Idaho Parents Unlimited Provides Resources to Parents of Children with Disabilities Story by Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   The first thing you notice when you walk into Idaho Parents Unlimited’s new space on Emerald Street is the array…

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dishing it up at the dish

Boise restaurant serves up a winning combination by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by Pete Grady  probably enjoy dining at The Dish. A quote from him is posted on their FB page: “One of the nicest things about life is the…

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More than Just Lunch

Bleubird serves up happiness, Monday through Friday story by Liza Long photography by John Webster If you happen by Tenth Street and Bannock on a weekday, you may see a line of people snaking around the block. They’re waiting for…

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Freak Out in Boise’s Freak Alley Gallery

Accidental local tradition allows local artists to express themselves in a unique way by Rachel Holt photography by Katherine Jenkins  “It was actually a freak accident, no pun intended. A friend and I were walking down the alley after a…

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ZENERGY

Finest in health, physical therapy, and spa amenities. Story by Dylan Haas Photography by John Webster As you enter Zenergy, on the 2nd floor of the new Zions Bank building in downtown Boise, you realize immediately that this is not…

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