Daily Archives : March 9, 2015

Frame by Frame

NAMI-Boise President Alex Copple Uses Stop-Motion Animation to Teach His Daughter About Mental Illness Story by Liza Long   On the day Alex Copple held his newborn daughter in his arms for the first time, he knew his life would…

March 9, 2015

Start Talking and Stop Pouting

Story by Dr. Tamara Simon, Photo courtesy of Thinkstock   Every day, without exception, I hear women talk about how they feel their partner is not satisfied with their current level of intimacy. Usually, that means that my female patient,…

March 9, 2015

East Valley

Where the Living is Easy and Outdoorsy Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady   Opportunities to live along the Greenbelt—the city’s popular outdoor playground—are rare. Living near the riverfront path for many Boiseans is a dream come…

March 9, 2015

Room for Everyone

Idaho Parents Unlimited Provides Resources to Parents of Children with Disabilities Story by Liza Long, Photography by Pete Grady   The first thing you notice when you walk into Idaho Parents Unlimited’s new space on Emerald Street is the array…

March 9, 2015

Beneath the Surface

The Art and Science of Fish Management Story by Chelsea Chambers   You may have heard that eating fish is healthy. But did you know that catching them is good for you too? It has been medically proven that spending…

March 9, 2015

Discover Technology: The Future is Now

One Woman’s Love of Science is Fueling the Passions of Young People Story by Tobe Brockner   Lorna Finman isn’t technically a rocket scientist, but she’s pretty close. Her PhD from Stanford University is in physics and her company, LCF…

March 9, 2015

Bravo for “Bravo!”

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson   In early 1968, United States Marines at the Khe Sanh fire base were surrounded and besieged by a numerically superior North Vietnamese force.  Over the 77-day siege, the marines were under constant rocket and…

March 9, 2015

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….

March 9, 2015

Women in God’s Country

Local Filmakers Nell Shipman and Karen Day Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Cy Gilbert   “Applause and recognition are the handmaidens of creativity.”– Nell Shipman, 1892-1970 March is Women’s History Month.  What better way to celebrate it than…

March 9, 2015

Luciano and His Sunshine Boots

The Story Behind the Story Story by Jessica McAnally, Photography by John Webster   Luciano is a little boy who loves his yellow puddle-stomping boots. Even when he is too sick to wear them outside to play, they are still…

March 9, 2015