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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Bright Spots of Boise – Chris & Kate

We’ve been heartened by the outpouring of support we’re seeing among strangers. We’ve seen people run to the grocery store for strangers. On NextDoor, we saw someone venmo some money to a stranger who realized, while in the checkout line, they didn’t quite have enough money. Our belief that deep down the vast majority of us are good people, who want to do right by others, is being reinforced.

Kids in Quarantine Episode 1

With everyone stuck at home more than we're used, we've all had to find new ways to adapt. Fortunately, we can take solace in...

Bright Spots of Boise

Kat CliffOrr, 26, RN working at St. Luke’s Eagle Urgent Care Nick CliffOrr, 26, RN working at St. Luke’s Boise Emergency Room Household: We currently live...

The Long River Home

Local Filmmaker to Premier at Banff Mountain Film Fest By McCale Ashenbrener It is said that when someone loses a sense, the others sharpen, overcompensating to...

Project Grief

Local artist teaches art to help people recover from loss By Veronica LeMaster Photos by Emma Thompson Danica Thurber experienced what most 12-year-olds will never have to-...

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...

Do You Yoga for Your Mind, Body, and Soul?

Yogafort at Treefort Music Fest By Janelle Stear Photography by Peter Lovera and Matthew Wordell of Treefort What is Yogafort? It’s Boise’s unique Festival within a Festival “I...

12 Ways of Giving

Support to Those in Need By The Greenbelt Magazine Team Photos by Kimberlee Miller (maybe) “No one has ever become poor by giving.” Anne Frank Idaho is incredible,...

Boise Startup Week 2018

Growing Entrepreneurship By Norris Krueger Photos Kimberlee Miller Boise Startup Week (BSW) may be the most fun assortment of activities to help us to celebrate entrepreneurship in...

Exploring Basque Culture

Boise Basque Museum By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller Annie Gavica grew up in northern Nevada as a third generation Basque where she learned early on the...