Category : Freestyle

Architectural Beauty: Comparing Boise to the Other Artsy Hotspots in the U.S.

While Boise was officially incorporated by the government in 1864, it is still a relatively young metropolis, however it has developed rapidly over the years in various aspects including the city’s architecture. Many impressive buildings are now focal points of…

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STORY Chelsea Chambers | PHOTO SUBMITTED           KegFit’s origin goes back to October of 2014 on the Capitol Steps.  Founder Dirk Manley loves staying fit, but once Idaho weather takes its fall turn, there’s no going back until…

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Onward Shay!

Story by Amanda Soza Betsy Luce and Jan Bastain, two of the most energetic, women in Boise have made Boise the destination for a world-class Boston-qualifying marathon event for the past two years, attracting runners from all over the globe….

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ninja division

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Jim Peterson “Games have been a part of my life since I was a kid.  They’ve been central to my life and friendships. our games there is something for everybody.  There is room for…

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Handmade Knives that Chop with Charm

Story by Devin Pyle, Photos by Kelsey Halbert The lost art of hand-crafting knives is alive and well for two local artisans.  For them, it’s a passion. Justin and Kelsey Halbert make up Snake River Forge, the husband and wife…

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Idaho Digital Learning Academy

by Malcolm Hong A strong workforce is the lifeblood that fuels the growth of a healthy state economy. However, according to non-profit Alliance for Science & Technology Research in America (ASTRA), Idaho is projected to grow the number of STEM…

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Laugh It Off

Megan Bryant’s Journey into the Comedy World by Halle Smith, photos by Lynn Gormley When you think of comedy do you think of working in bank management or FEMA grant management? Most people don’t, but one of the most influential…

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The Most Magical Place

Camp Rainbow Gold Provides a Safe, Healing Place by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Tiffany Howard Over the past several years, I can’t tell you how many people have told me, “Oh, I could never handle having a child with cancer….

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Thinking Inside the Box

by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Mark Dyrud What would possess a successful, wealthy, soon-to-be retiree to dive into a complex new business that until recently, he knew nothing about? It’s simple: the love for a son. Brian McCoy, a real…

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The Local

A New Neighborhood Hangout by Rachel Holt, photos by Mark Dyrud My sister and I opened this place together. We grew up in the neighborhood and our parents still live here. We really wanted to create a local neighborhood hangout. It is something…

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