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Thursday, August 13, 2020

Garden SITy Art Bench Project

The greenbelt got a little more beautiful this summer, with the installation of four new benches designed and built by local artists. The newly formed Garden City Arts Commission has placed the benches along the greenbelt and in City parks.

Proud Source Water 

Bottled Water Done Right By Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller Mackay, Idaho—Both a lush and rugged terrain, nick-named the “top of Idaho” with its tall mountain...

Dutch Bros.

The Business of Relationships By Kayli Corbin Photography by Kimberlee Miller As consumers, and more importantly as humans, we chose to invest time and money at the...

Standing Up Local Heroes in the City of Trees

By Chelsea Chambers Photos Emma Thompson “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?" Martin Luther King History is told through the sacrifices...

Idaho Snow Pros

By Andrew Coussens Photography by Emma Thompson What’s a winter issue of Greenbelt without an article showcasing a few of the Treasure Valley’s athletes that excel...

CBD : Snake Oil or Medicine? A Physician Explains CBD

Written by Tamara Simon MD, MPH @ SIMPLY SIMON PLLC The human body is a tireless machine fueled by many biological functions and like any machine,...

The Way We Wear – Boise’s Local Fashion Scene

By Megan Bryant Idaho. The home of phenomenal outdoor recreation, unforgettable rustic landscapes, and fashion. Right? Absolutely. As the communities in the Treasure Valley have begun...

Bosco: Connecting You to Treasure Valley Art

The Treasure Valley has always had a rich tradition of celebrating the arts; with local classics such as Art in the Park and First Thursday, residents have been provided many opportunities to enjoy the Idaho art scene. However, another lesser-known group is giving Boiseans a different avenue to consume the arts.

Book Gifts by Local Authors

By Lynn Schmidt The gift-giving season is upon us, and everyone loves a good book. Here are five great books by local authors that will...

Gift Guide 2019

Idaho Made There is nothing cooler than supporting local and when you shop at Idaho Made you earn major bragging rights. Every item in this...

A Guide to Gluten Free Boise

How to Live GF in the City of Trees By Lettie Stratton, photography by Pete Grady We’ve all had one—a gluten free disaster. Or if you...

Celebrating Collaboration

From the grassroots efforts to clean up the river’s edges and create public access along the river in the 1960s, to the local modern makers who are helping us celebrate the Greenbelt’s 50 years, it’s the people with vision and ambition who make our vibrant community a place we love to call home.

Smells of Idaho

Locally Made Candles Bring Scents of Popular Idaho Locations to Homes. There’s nothing like a fragrance that brings back doting memories, and that’s exactly what two Idaho locals intended to do. Eryn Mayer and Deseree Garcia met 16 years ago while doing hair at Graeber & Company. Mayer left to open her own salon, Bristle & Crown located on the bench.Feeling inspired, and looking for more retail to sell at her salon, Mayer turned to her kitchen and online tutorials to teach herself the art of making candles. She began selling her own line of candles under the same name.