Monthly Archives : May 2018

The Boise Boys

Family is at the heart of Timber and Love. By Shelly West  Photos Kimberlee Miller As the saying goes, home is where the heart is. Business partners Luke Caldwell and Clint Robertson infuse a special ingredient into every home renovation…

May 2, 2018

2018 World Village Festival

Documentary Film TWO TRAINS RUNNIN’ is Kicking it all off! Story Donna Kovaleski Global Lounge will launch this year’s World Village Festival with a soul-stirring and ever timely documentary film at Boise’s JUMP on June 7. An Avalon Films and…

May 2, 2018

Zee’s Rooftop

Catering Boise’s Best View By Kayli Corbin   Photos Kimberlee Miller Nestled high above Boise’s bustling streets sits an oasis of sleek and modern design. Entering the penthouse of the C.W. Moore Plaza immediately provides a palpable sense of palatial…

May 2, 2018

MENTAL REAL ESTATE

Jessica Tookey—artist and advocate Story  Megan Bryant  Photos Kimberlee Miller “Location. Location. Location.” It’s a common phrase when referring to the perfect place to put down roots for your family’s home, office, or ideal vacation spot. Most often, it is…

May 2, 2018

The Flicks

Boise’s only independent, art, and foreign film theatre Chelsea Chambers Carole Skinner spent a summer in Boise with her cousin, Suzie Bell, and was immediately enraptured by the beautiful, friendly aura that emanates from our incredible city. “I made more…

May 2, 2018

Idaho River Sports

Outdoor Fun for All By Brad Carlson Idaho River Sports, under the same leadership since the beginning, has helped people of all skill levels enjoy the paddling sports for more than 30 years. “We are a business that can help…

May 2, 2018

A Boise Entrepreneur Helps End the Pay Gap, One Company at a Time

By Caitlin Copple Masingill Sitting at his sticker-adorned Mac laptop in an unassuming navy-blue sweater, Pete Gombert has the effect of an entrepreneur, though perhaps a bit more mature than those in the cast of Silicon Valley. Pete fell in…

May 2, 2018

Happy Hour Stars

Based on their movie and real-life roles, where would they chill? By: Shelly West Happy hour—the golden hour of the day where one seeks out refuge in a food and beverage establishment, places where menus consist of drink specials and…

May 2, 2018

Cultivating Boise’s Film Culture

By: Mike Culton Strip away celebrity, multi-million dollar budgets, and armies of visual effects artists from a film production and what’s left is a team of committed individuals creating a compelling visual story. Far from the red carpeted debuts of…

May 2, 2018