Category : The Dirt

Cast a Line This Winter

Boise and Big Wood Rivers offer excellent winter fly-fishing opportunities. By Laura Wolstenholme, photography courtesy of Idaho Angler As skies darken and snow falls, some fly fishers sadly stow their gear as they dream of next year’s biting trout. You…

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Soulful Apparel

By Bavani Purushothaman, Photography Mark Dyrud While Steve Lucas is best known for his time as a coach for Boise State’s soccer program, he is also the visionary owner of 7zero3, a lifestyle clothing line. When we sat down over coffee…

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tinyExpanses

The artwork of Rachel Teannalach. By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Mark Dyrud I often wonder how artists see the world. I was honored to get a glimpse of this through the eyes of local artist Rachel Teannalach. We met in…

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The Show Must Go On

Stars of Garden Valley By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady and courtesy of Starlight Mountain Theatre After attending a show at the Starlight Mountain Theatre in Garden Valley last summer, Cory Tanner, president and owner of The Bolton…

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Spacebar

Boise’s Own “Barcade” Story by Rachel Holt   It sounds too good to be true: a place where you can play your favorite childhood video games while knocking back an adult beverage. But that’s exactly what Spacebar has to offer….

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accessories for a colorful life

Star Moxley’s curiosity shop delights and inspires story by Liza Long photography by John Webster  When I walked into The Crazy Neighbor one lazy Saturday afternoon, I just wanted something cute to keep my head warm. I didn’t know that…

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Speech Doctor

Nancy Buffington, a public speaking coach, helps people find confidence, and themselves, behind the podium. story by Laura Wolstenholme photography by John Webster Nancy Buffington is Boise’s only female public speaking coach, and the idea for her business, Boise SpeakWell,…

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Paddling Out

Boiseans take to the fall weather by Chelsea Chambers photography by John Webster Idaho is chock-full of recreational activities, especially with fall in full swing. It seems that the whole city of Boise gets out and active with swimming, camping,…

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Opera Idaho is Calling!

Opera Idaho is Calling! Story by Kristen Lynch Photography by Dayna Anderson Here in the Treasure Valley, we are fortunate to have a wide array of sophisticated and artistic venues, some of which have been a longstanding and intrinsic part…

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More Than a Game

Idaho rugby club offers Boise a new hobby By Benton Smith Photography by John Webster Tired and beaten, blood dripping onto their grass stained jerseys, muscles heavy as the players heave themselves into the backseats of crowded cars and plop…

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