Category : Flow

Hunting Season, Year Round

A curated gifting experience with Hunt and Gather Gifts. Story Taylor Walker  Photo Kimberlee Miller For those who are thoughtful and kind, but creatively challenged and consistently pressed for time, there is Hunt and Gather Gifts. Hunt and Gather Gifts…

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Big Tree Arts

Boise non-profit delivers education and performance poetry By Chelsea Chambers Poetry slam enthusiast Cheryl Maddalena started non-profit Big Tree Arts (BTA) in July 2007 when she saw the local need for more literature and performance art education. (A poetry slam is a…

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Kingdom Henna

STORY TAYLOR WALKER | PHOTOS Jesse Bridgewater It’s not uncommon to recall visual memories more accurately than words. A missionary in southeast Asia understood this phenomenon when he used henna to etch interpretations of Bible stories onto the hands of…

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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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tap & cask

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Amanda Antilla “We wanted to have a place that has enough TVs to be a sports bar and enough taps to do have what any brew pub would want,” shared Wesley Harris, proprietor of…

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Room to Grow

Story by Brittany Sailors, Photos by GB Staff Having children in today’s age is akin to navigating a china shop with a blindfold on. Gingerly marching forward, arms outstretched, praying you don’t cause any permanent damage. We want what’s best…

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Time to Think About Trauma Care

by Brad Carlson Mark Urban, trauma-care physician and practitioner of a way of life revolving around expecting the unexpected, is a major supporter of Citizen First Care Providers Month activities in February. So he’s happy to list ways bystanders can…

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Going Nuts

There is Plenty of Variety and Passion Behind City Peanut Shop by Amanda Soza, photos by Terry Welch City Peanut Shop, which will be celebrating its seventh anniversary at the end of October, started with Dan Balluff and a 20-year…

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Downtown Meridian

The City Attracting More Growth by Marissa Lovell, photos by GROW.IDEAS.HERE Idaho’s fastest city growing city since 1994, Meridian is no stranger to progress and growth. Recently named America’s best city to live in by USA Today, the Boise Valley’s…

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Turning the Gardens Blue

by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Mark Dyrud If you ever wanted to be part of something that was on the brink of going big, now is your chance. On Sunday, July 17th, the Boise Blues Festival will be hoping this…

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