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Finding Hope for the New Year

Meet Jannus Economic Opportunity (EO) By Janelle Stear Photograhpy by Kimberlee Miller “I have a reborn belief in the human spirit. I witness people’s resilience and strength every day and it’s given me hope in what we can achieve together…

January 7, 2019

Alter Egos

Art Work by Ashley Dreyfus By Ryon Morrin Photography Kimberlee Miller Several weeks ago, artist Ashley Dreyfus completed a daunting task: creating a drawing every day for 365 days straight. Committing to an endeavor with such consistency requires immense discipline;…

January 3, 2019

Meat Free in Boy-See

Enjoying a plant-based diet By Barb Law Shelley Photography by Kimberlee Miller I was four years old when I realized that the cows on our family farm were being served on my supper plate. I took a stand, refusing to…

January 3, 2019

Apis

Beauty Doesn’t Have to be Painful By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller Imagine herbs and flowers pushing their way through healthy earth, dense with life. The fragrance of growth drifts through a beautiful array of nature’s most prized possessions….

January 3, 2019

Making a Dream Come True

By Brittney Byrne Photography Kimberlee Miller Some people are born to be: ballerinas, teachers, or doctors, but Marcia Schaumburg with Ricochet Home Consignment was born to be an entrepreneur. Her specialty happens to lie with home décor and furnishings and…

January 3, 2019

UpCycle Studio

Fills the Gap By Barb Law Shelley Photography by Kimberlee Miller To upcycle is to find a creative way to transform an item into something of better quality, beauty or value. It is not recycling and is certainly not downcycling….

January 3, 2019

The Closet Boise

The Closet Boise

A different kind of retail therapy… By Elle Parker Photography by Kimberlee Miller Sometimes, a problem can seem so big, so vast, that it is unconquerable. This simply isn’t true—anyone can help others far beyond themselves, by doing something as…

January 3, 2019

New High Quality Neighborhood Along the Greenbelt

The Renovare Community By Janelle Stear From Latin, Renovare means “to renew” or “to restore,” which is what several of the new homeowners are doing. Now at a new community off of the Greenbelt, residents find a worry-free paradise. Let…

January 3, 2019

Growing Wild

Plant rentals greening up the Treasure Valley By Diane Panetta Photography by Martha Mendoza It doesn’t take an advanced biology course to know that plants are essential for survival on Earth.  Along with being a critical design element in any…

January 3, 2019

Meet Western Collective

Bringing the Spirit of the West into Beer By Ana Lete Photography by Kimberlee Miller Like many early settlers, Cary Prewitt, founder of Western Collective, didn’t expect to end up in Boise, Idaho. The former Texan moved here last July…

January 3, 2019