Category : Clutch

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 top-ten list for something. From families to music festivals to craft beer to hot…

May 5, 2015

Posh Park Provisions

Deluxe Cabins Available for Stays in Ponderosa State Park by Jennifer Okerlund, Idaho Department of Parks and Recreation   McCall, Idaho. Lakeside. Convenient access to town. Stunning sunsets. Unlimited recreation options. Welcome to Ponderosa State Park. Covering most of a…

March 9, 2015

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 process is what keeps everything in working order, providing food, water, and life for…

December 31, 2014

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 Teena Wright, Development Manager at the Idaho Food Bank. In its 17th year, Empty…

October 30, 2014

A Night to Remember

Did Boiseans Panic to News of a Martian Invasion? by Grove Koger photography by Wikimedia October 30, 1938, was a cool, rainy Sunday in Boise. It was also the day before Halloween, a fact that might have raised suspicions about…

August 28, 2014

Super Heroes Wanted: No Cape Required!

2nd Annual Library Comic-Con By Rachel Holt Photography by Otto Kitsinger “Library Comic-Con is a family-friendly, all-ages celebration of comics and geek culture, which endeavors to bring out the joyous inner-child in everyone,” says Josh Shapel, Library Materials Specialist and…

June 27, 2014

Idaho’s Potato Laws

Rules of the Road for Cyclists By Rachel Holt According to 2011 survey by the U.S. Census, there are 2,470 bicycle commuters in Boise or 2% of commuters. As there have been more and more bicycle and car related accidents…

May 2, 2014

The Idaho Sierra Club’s Fight for Idaho’s Energy Future

Should Idahoans continue to invest in coal? By Benton Smith Driving through Idaho often gives the impression that we are living in a “green state”. Windmills and damns have become such common sights that the once boyhood thrill of seeing…

March 5, 2014

The Lego Master

Idaho Nonprofit Center’s membership director Richard Mussler-Wright has an unusual passion. By Ken Levy Photography By Pete Grady He’s an advocate of teaching and loves to help people to help each other.Richard Mussler-Wright, membership director of the Idaho Nonprofit Center,…

January 2, 2014

Cabin Fever

December marks the launch of The Cabin’s annual anthologies, giving you plenty to read on a cold winter’s night. By Elisabeth McKetta Photography by Copper Chadwick The Cabin performs a balancing feat year-round. In the summer they offer writing camps…

November 5, 2013