Monthly Archives : May 2018

The Sweet Flavor of Mexico

Story Bavani  Photos Jim Peterson Blazing the bakery trail in Boise is newcomer, Panaderia Coalcoman. Always on the hunt for good panaderias (bread bakeries) to appease my sweet tooth, I was thrilled to find this authentic Mexican bakery, the only…

May 3, 2018

The District at Parkcenter

With 8 living options and two building styles, there’s always a view to suit your life. At The District you won’t just discover the scene, you’ll establish it. Learn more at

May 2, 2018

Daniela Bronzy

Bringing a creative dream to life By Ryon Morrin  Photos Kimberlee Miller Reilly DeVie is someone who stumbled into the world of professional writing. Reilly is an artist, a welder, known for creating unique works of furniture upon request. Several…

May 2, 2018

Positive Pets

A positive approach to dog training Story Shelly West   Photos Kimberlee Miller Positive Pets, a family-based dog training facility located in south Meridian, is based on positive reinforcement training using treats and praise. Since the reward encourages your pet…

May 2, 2018

Idahome Bakery

Gluten-free baking from the heart Veronica LeMaster  Photos Kimberlee Miller Chances are, you’ve seen heart thumbprint cookies with a fruity filling while standing in line for a coffee, or a delicately wrapped muffin that has fresh fruit and a sweet…

May 2, 2018

The Co-Creation Project

A collaborative art experience Story Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller Julie Clemons is one of the kindest, most inviting artists I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. Her incredible artwork and eloquent form of creative expression is both moving and…

May 2, 2018

Boise Trails

Community-based resource for outdoor recreation Story Chelsea Chambers With all the beauty that Idaho has to offer, many of us have grown to become outdoor-people. Walking, riding, hiking, jogging—the days are meant to be spent in the sunshine, watching the…

May 2, 2018


You mean there’s another way to deliver medical care? Norris Krueger “Healthcare is a mess of unintended consequences” – the first words I heard from local family physician and healthcare innovator, Dr. Julie Gunther ( To her, so much of…

May 2, 2018

Prairie Medical:

A Place on Your Mastectomy Journey By Janelle Stear Tina, aka “Tink,” founded Prairie Medical ten years ago when she saw a need for more personalized care for patients who suffer from vascular disorders. She created the company on the…

May 2, 2018


Who Doesn’t Want to be a “Regular?” Story  Norris Krueger   Photos Kimberlee Miller I’m looking at a pile of loyalty cards on my desk… over a dozen. (Including 4 from the same retailer!) Another store I frequent has initiated…

May 2, 2018