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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 www.districtparkcenter.com.

February 27, 2018

Ironwood Social

Ironwood Social Brings Life to Garden City By Janelle Stear Photo Kimberlee Miller The old Shorty’s Saloon building on Glenwood has been revamped as Ironwood Social. Owners, Shannon Will and Troy Jackson wanted to create a place where people can…

January 3, 2018

Boise Bully Breed Rescue 

By Kayli Corbin Photo Kimberlee Miller There are certain instances that highlight the wholly authentic and genuine goodness of humans. In a world that can be shrouded in tragedy, we find beacons of light to restore our faith in humanity,…

January 3, 2018

Boise Bucket List

Boise Bucket List By Drew Dodson Photo Kimberlee Miller Florida native, Diana DeJesus, is in the business of changing lives. She isn’t a doctor or a counselor or even a social worker. She doesn’t put on a suit and fight…

January 3, 2018

Coffee Mill

Not your average coffee shop By Shelly West Photo Kimberlee Miller Nestled in East Boise’s Barber Valley on the Greenbelt, a new coffee shop—the Coffee Mill—has emerged, much to the relief of Harris Ranch residents. After identifying that East Boise…

January 3, 2018

Ironside Roasting

The best beans that brew the best coffee By Chelsea Chambers  Photo Kimberlee Miller It’s midday. There’s still so much work to get done. The papers are stacking up, the printer is on the fritz again. The office vibe switches…

January 3, 2018

A Space for the Modern Entrepreneur 

Work, Meet, and Grow at Hot Desk HQ By Tylene Stroup  Photo Kimberlee Miller Are you a freelancer, remote employee, creative business owner, or startup entrepreneur? Maybe you’re working your side hustle on the weekends? You are the modern entrepreneurs…

January 3, 2018

The Huntsman’s Bride

The launch of Boise Brides Magazine By Shelly West  Photos Kimberlee Miller Once upon a frosty winter’s day, the hunter-bride said, “I do.” Clad in a wintery silver ball gown, warmed only by a knit throw around her shoulders, the…

January 3, 2018

The Garden City Projects

The Garden City Live, Work, Create district continues to grow By Chelsea Chambers   Photos Kimberlee Miller If you’ve driven through Garden City recently, it’s rapidly apparent that it is no longer the same Garden City as it used to…

January 3, 2018

Meet the Mentors!

Ric Tenor is a mentor Norris Krueger, PhD  Photo Kimberlee Miller Thanks for all the great responses to the first iteration of “Meet the Mentors” – I am grateful, the mentors are grateful, and Greenbelt’s advertisers are grateful! In keeping…

January 3, 2018