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Idaho talisman

Artist Geo Handy’s surprising medium and designs by Laura Wolstenholme, photography by Mark Dyrud Medium Hold a piece of Geo Handy’s art, and you might think you’ve fallen into a fairy tale world; her work is that mysterious and authentic….

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Home for the Holidays

Boise Council Member T.J. Thomson and his family celebrate a first this season By Liza Long, photography courtesy of T.J. Thomson Six years ago, second-term Boise council member T.J. Thomson and his wife Alisha made a decision that would change…

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Idaho Horror Film Festival

By Rachel Holt, Photography by Mark Dyrud “Film has struggled in this area for many years and we’re trying to give emerging filmmakers a platform to screen their work. We want to shine a spotlight on these filmmakers and develop…

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The Second Annual Tater Dash

By Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Cy Gilbert As tried and true Idahoans, we know that summer is about all about fun in the sun. Idaho summers are perfect for just being outside, enjoying the weather, and exercising. We’re famous for…

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Serious Food

Lucky Fins Seafood Grill serves up soul and spirit By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Pete Grady Flip the menu over at Lucky Fins in downtown Boise, and you’ll read the following statement: “The kitchen is our soul and the bar…

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There’s No Place like Idahome

Capture a Little Piece of Home with Native Idaho Designs Story by Rachel Holt, Photo by Nelson Ingrad & Thinkstock “I have a huge passion for the culture and geography here in Idaho. Being an artist and designer I translate…

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good cacao

Chocolate can be good for you by Rachel Holt photography by John Webster Did you know that dark chocolate can actually be good for you? Paul Frantellizzi, founder of Good Superfoods, is dedicated to helping you enjoy your favorite treats…

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Bye-Bye, Butter, Hello, Melt!

How a personal health challenge led one woman to create a successful company story by Liza Long photography by Heidi Hansen Imagine if you could enjoy the rich, creamy taste of butter this holiday season—but without the guilt. The quest…

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Artful Beauty or Horror Diva: Christl Colven

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Makeup artist Christl Colven grew up in Sun Valley–her parents were ski instructors—but now she’s moved up in her mind to being a resident of the North End. Christl likes Boise because, as she says, it’s…

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Living the Dream

Laurie Kuntz teaches life skills to teens and adults who want to find and follow their passion By Liza Long Photography By John Webster “If you’re the smartest one in the room, you’re in the wrong room.”—Richard Tirendi Laurie Kuntz…

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