Category : Flow

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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Spreading Love & Luck

The Penny Project Brings Boise Couple Years of Joy by Sara Mitton Cox, photos by Mark Dyrud When Jeanne Huff talks about The Penny Project she helped create, her eyes light up. A bit of the joy that lives in the mission…

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Band of Artists

A new name, devoted customers, and a shift in spirit keeps Idaho Made thriving by Laura Wolsten, photography by Mark Dyrud Survival as an artist requires a few essentials. Courage, as the iconic artist Georgia O’Keefe wrote; also, money (definitely…

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Capitol Cellars

One of our favorite local restaurants by Chelsea Chambers There’s almost nothing more enticing than a hot meal on a winter day to stave off the cold and the snow. Fortunately, Idaho is famed for our many outstanding dining options…

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Going with the Flow

The Aquarium of Boise begins a new chapter By Chelsea Chambers, photography by Mark Dyrud The Aquarium of Boise is the first business of its kind in Idaho and has quickly become an integral part of the community. Moving past…

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A Wine for All Seasons

Snake River Winery puts Idaho wines on the map By Liza Long, Photography by Mark Dyrup Nearly ten years before the American Viticulture Association designated the Snake River appellation for wines grown in Southwestern Idaho in 2007, there was already…

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ST{r}EAM Coffee and Tea Bike

By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Pete Grady I heard about this Steampunk themed coffee bike that is often found near the Greenbelt. I knew nothing more, so I went searching. I found an artist who knew of it, people on…

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Boise International Market

Boise’s Multicultural Global Experience By Jessica McAnally, Photos by Pete Grady A bustling public market with offerings from around the world is now open in the Treasure Valley. At the Boise International Market, customers can find handmade products from a…

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Women in God’s Country

Local Filmakers Nell Shipman and Karen Day Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert   “Applause and recognition are the handmaidens of creativity.”– Nell Shipman, 1892-1970 March is Women’s History Month.  What better way to celebrate it than…

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