Category : On The Trail

meriwether cider

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Amanda Antilla “Our mom and dad were professors and they did a sabbatical in Australia. There was a lot of cider there and they asked themselves, ‘Why not here?’” shared Kate Leadbetter, owner and…

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hearty goodness

Story by Bavani, Photos by Jim Peterson Seven years ago, I walked through the doors of Off Broadway Deli to satisfy a pregnancy craving for fried chicken, a craving I admit has never quite gone away.  The best chicken in…

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Beautiful Ways

Story by Bavani, Photos by Amanda Antilla Chic and functional.  A killer combination every woman wants to hear when buying a handbag.  We have all, at some point, had to compromise on elegance for functionality or vice-versa.  Visionary entrepreneur, Kimberly…

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Aspire to Inspire

by Liza Long What do people who live with mental illness look like? Erin Lorensen, Jessica Wyman, and Kristen Johnson look like successful, attractive, busy women who found a common calling on the Mrs. Idaho pageant stage in 2015 and…

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A Family Affair

Taj Mahal is a Place that Begins(and Ends) with Family by Brad Carlson, photos by Amanda Antilla Ask members of the Ishaq family about the Taj Mahal restaurant they’ve operated in the Boise area for nearly 23 years and you…

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The Idaho Technology Council

Growing Idaho’s Innovation Economy by Malcolm Hong, photos by ITC When most people think of Idaho, the first thing that often comes to mind is our state’s iconic potatoes. Although our ability to grow the world’s best potatoes is well…

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The Fight Keeps Running

by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Mark Dyrud There are those who go the extra mile and then there are those who go the extra 420 miles. In the next few months, Eagle’s Dena McLauchlin will crisscross the country as she…

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Get Out & Explore

It’s Time to Hit the Hills by Chelsea Chambers, photos by Mark Dyrud The rush of success and triumph is unmatched by nearly any other feeling in the world, especially from the top of a tall hill, overlooking the city below. Cars…

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Bricknowlogy

Eagle store offers legos and more… by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photography by Mark Dyrud Step inside Eagle’s Bricknowlogy store and you are walking into what has to be nirvana for kids (and a lot of adults). The store is candy for…

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Greenbikes

For Dave Fotsch, Boise GreenBike has been an interesting ride by Brad Carlson, photography by Mark Dyrud Before spearheading the GreenBike program, Dave Fotsch spent a lot of time behind a radio microphone or in front of a TV camera….

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