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Wednesday, February 24, 2021

It’s a BOI Thing

Boise Airport Meets Boise's Magazine By Amy Larson, Photo Courtesy of the Boise Airport and Thinkstock It seems like nearly every other day, Boise makes a...

dishing it up at the dish

Boise restaurant serves up a winning combination by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by Pete Grady  probably enjoy dining at The Dish. A quote from him is posted...

Indonesian islands at your fingertips

A warehouse full of stories by Hailey Wilson photography by Pete Grady  In 2001, Suzanne McDaniel accompanied her father on a trip to Bali. While in a...

the invisible Idahoan

Black History Museum shares a vital part of our past by Rachel Holt photography by Pete Grady  Who is York? If you answered an African American man...

comic cinema remix

Making any movie a comedy by Dylan Haas photography by John Webster Have you ever watched a movie that’s so bad it’s great? Perhaps you have...

Resolve to Reduce

Make your New Year’s resolution a climate-conscious one in 2015 by Chelsea Chambers  The world is constantly changing, evolving, and adapting—and us along with it. This...

Janjou pâtisserie

Local artisan boutique bakery brings a taste of Europe to Boise story by Nicole Sharp Autumn has gently taken the stage—cozy sweaters and a slowing of...

Women’s and Children’s Alliance: A Safe Haven

story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson “My dream is that one day, we would not be necessary,” shares Susan Kelley, Development Director of the Women and...

More than Just Lunch

Bleubird serves up happiness, Monday through Friday story by Liza Long photography by John Webster If you happen by Tenth Street and Bannock on a weekday, you...

Empty Bowls Fills Stomachs

Idaho Food Bank’s Annual November Event story by Rachel Holt “Somebody’s soul is in the bowl. There’s a lot of love in each of them,” says...

From Heritage to Legacy

The Foundation for Ada/Canyon Trail Systems (FACTS) and the Race to the Snake by Liza Long photography by Ken Levy In 1987, when Judy Peavy-Derr was elected...

Maintaining a Positive Flow 

Local Boise residents get involved to clean up the Boise River story and photography by Chelsea Chambers The Boise River runs 102 miles across Idaho, through...

Freak Out in Boise’s Freak Alley Gallery

Accidental local tradition allows local artists to express themselves in a unique way by Rachel Holt photography by Katherine Jenkins  “It was actually a freak accident, no...