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Saturday, May 8, 2021

The Breakfast Club

Changing The Way We Start Our Mornings By Haley Grugel Photos by Kimberlee Miller Breakfast is commonly referred to as the most important meal of the day,...

Socializing About Town

By Megan Bryant Photos Kimberlee Miller Feeling a little stir-crazy? Fear not! The Boise metropolis is thriving and there are loads of cool things to...

Historical Boise

By Nicole Sharp, photography courtesy of Boise City Dept of Arts and History   In the late 1800s, Boise established its roots with a trifecta of...

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.

2016 Treefort Music Fest

Article Sponsored By: by Chelsea Chambers It’s early spring - the days begin to grow longer, the trees pull themselves from their winter freeze, flower buds...

Breakfast with Guests

Local Boise restaurants aim to please story by Chelsea Chambers photography by John Webster Playing host to your extended family is not always the simplest of tasks,...

LED Boise

Lighting up the City with their Art Story Lynn Canning Photos Steve SmithLauren Edson loves to make things, and as co-founder of LED Boise, that is...

BOSCO Artists Open Their Homes

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson | Photos by Amanda Antilla A few years ago, my husband Lance and I toured the Boise Open Studios, which...

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...

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.

Music Scene: Duck Club

On the Hunt for a Killer Music Experience By Megan Bryant  Photos Kimberlee Miller Unless you’ve been in a coma for the past seven years, you’ve...

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...

Humans of Boise

Meet Some of Boise's Finest by Drew Dodson Photos by Kimberlee Miller Boise is brimming with unique talents and individuals that often slip by undetected right under...