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    Boise Music Week

    A Week of Fabulously Free Entertaining Concerts, Dance, and Theater Story Janelle Stear Photos Boise Music Week. In 2018, Mayor Bieter declared, “Music Week programs have fostered a love of music among the people in our community… and have inspired many to make music a large part of their lives…

    Delta Dental of Idaho

    Presents: TOOTH TRUTHSSM - Heather A. Brown, RDH, MPH Floss like a Boss! It’s amazing what goes on inside the human mouth and how it affects our overall health. There are 100s of different species of bacteria that call...

    Locally Manufactured Fire Tables

    “We like ours so much, we are buying another for a friend!”  “We use ours more often than we ever thought we would!”  These are common testimonials from people who own an IMPACT Fire Table designed by...

    Kaia FIT

    The Gym Designed With Women In Mind By Ana Lete  Photos Kimberlee MillerFrightened Felons is an annual event put on at the Old Idaho Penitentiary around Halloween. It’s a two night event and features a number...

    Michael Bonocore

    For over a decade, Michael Bonocore, a full-time travel photographer, has been traveling the world finding off the beaten path scenes and experiences while capturing timeless moments with his camera. Michael’s photos make you feel like you are there with him, living in the moment, whether it be a vivid landscape over Patagonia’s famous Mt. Fitz Roy or documenting the culture of Cuba while on a thirty-day road trip across the island country.

    IDAHO’S “BACKROADS BOSS LADY”

    Jessi Roberts doesn’t have the luxury of failure.She started Cheekys, the New Plymouth-based Western lifestyle eCommerce, retail, and wholesale company, in 2011 as a hard-working mom with $7,000 in life savings and a prayer. Her family of six and husband who had been injured on the job needed her support – and fast.

    Do You Have What It Takes?

    Boise Escape By Chelsea Chambers   Photos Vierra ReidFor most of us, the thought of being trapped in a room with no obvious means of escape would be mortifying. But now-a-days, this new form of recreation is...

    Handmade Gifts with a Cause

    Redesigned wool into creative pieces. What started as a creative outlet for Sage Woolens owner, Jeanna Wigger, has become an opportunity to increase awareness about livestock welfare and the benefits of re-purposing. Sage Woolens is a Boise-based handmade gifts store. The business is dedicated to giving a longer life to high-quality second-hand materials and turning them into something fresh and new.

    Re-Envisioning Relics

    Virgo Darling pairs new design with aged apparel. Story Ryon Morrin  Photos Karen KrumKelsie Fields grew up in the small town of Buhl, ID, where she discovered her true passion: vintage apparel. As a teen, she...

    Do You Have What It Takes?

    Boise Escape By Chelsea Chambers   Photos Vierra ReidFor most of us, the thought of being trapped in a room with no obvious means of escape...

    Boise’s Hidden Fashion Scene

    Art of Fashion Show: Incognito - The Third Annual Boise Art Museum Fashion Show Story by Rachel Holt, Photography by Klein Sun Gallery, NY &...

    Mic-drop Moments

    Finding hope amid cancel culture  Written by Dr. Nafees Alam Photography by Tia Crabtree “You’re right, I’m wrong.” Feels good to read, doesn’t it? This submissive statement...

    Life’s Kitchen Makes Good During COVID-19

    Story by bavani Life’s Kitchen has chosen to take a positive approach by turning their temporary closure into a mission of making meals to meet...

    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...