Daily Archives : August 28, 2014

The Heart of Boise

Local Boiseans share their reasons for loving our great city story and photography by Chelsea Chambers Boise, Idaho – a tree-lined haven encased by scenic mountains, an oasis from the never-ending surrounding desert, a place where a journey is always…

August 28, 2014

WalkAbout Boise

WalkAbout Boise brings city’s history, architecture to life story and photography by Ken Levy Steeped in history and classic design, downtown Boise’s amazing architecture acts as a time-machine, allowing passerby to view 150 years of our history simultaneously. Get an…

August 28, 2014

Freak Out in Boise’s Freak Alley Gallery

Accidental local tradition allows local artists to express themselves in a unique way by Rachel Holt photography by Katherine Jenkins  “It was actually a freak accident, no pun intended. A friend and I were walking down the alley after a…

August 28, 2014

A Night to Remember

Did Boiseans Panic to News of a Martian Invasion? by Grove Koger photography by Wikimedia October 30, 1938, was a cool, rainy Sunday in Boise. It was also the day before Halloween, a fact that might have raised suspicions about…

August 28, 2014

Private Employment

Private Employment By Dr. Decateur Reed Professor at Boise State University Question: I applied for a job at a non-government company, completed an application, was interviewed, and was hired. I worked for the company for 7 months and all my…

August 28, 2014