Category : North End

Let the Season Begin

Bogus Basin gears up for another successful winter season story by Chelsea Chambers The leaves begin to change, the days grow shorter, and autumn’s crisp bite brings with it the promise of winter. While many are bunkering into their homes…

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Giddy Up!

From Pierce Park Rd. I gaze down into the canyon, or more properly, the gulch.  Strewn along a rugged ten acres a scant mile and three quarters north of Hill Rd., Pierce Park Stables is a dense collection of neatly-maintained…

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New Chilling Tales from Jane Merrow

British actress makes Boise her home. Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Jessica Woodhouse It should come as no surprise that one of British actress Jane Merrow’s favorite roles is “Alais,” the mistress of King Henry II, in the…

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College Stress Solutions

By Dylan Hass Photography by Candance Sweet Sending your child off to college can be a challenging and emotional time in your life. Setting aside the staggering financial burden higher education requires in today’s day and age, there are also…

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Prixe Fixe Dining in Boise

State & Lemp By Dylan Haas Photo by Pete Grady If you are looking for the finest, most intimate dining experience in the Treasure Valley, look no further than the triangular island-block at the corner of State and Lemp in…

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Affordable Alternatives

The People’s Clinic brings traditional Chinese Medicine to the rest of us. By Elisabeth McKetta Photography by James Max The People’s Clinic celebrated its fifth anniversary this past November. Since 2008, they have made acupuncture affordable for “the rest of…

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Chutes and Ladders

Green Chutes offers Boise artists a cooperative catalyst for their creativity. By Elisabeth McKetta Photography by Copper Chadwick Each time I look forward to the giraffes: full-sized baby giraffes, with their soft expressions and caramel-colored wooden bodies. I look forward…

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Love and Exile

Nathaniel Hoffman and Nicole Salgado tell true stories of American citizens affected by immigration laws. By Liza Long Photography by Copper Chadwick In June 2013, Boise journalist Nathaniel Hoffman and writer Nicole Salgado, who now lives in Mexico, entered the…

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North End: Life Off the Ballot

Idaho public figure Nicole LeFavour is taking 2013 to slow down, reflect and recharge By Jamie Dillon Photography by Copper Chadwick It’s official: Nicole LeFavour is completely, totally unofficial. This articulate, bright-eyed, placid-but-firm civil-rights champion who’s used to having a…

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North End: The Stories Elisabeth Sharp McKetta Tells

By Nicole Sharp Local Boise resident and poet Elisabeth Sharp McKetta kicked off National Poetry Month with the release of her debut collection, “The Fairy Tales Mammals Tell.” Admittedly, I am not a huge poetry fan; so I began reading…

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