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Aidan Alexander

Finding Success From Idaho to LA By Ana Lete  Photography  Kimberlee Miller For 19-year-old actor and musician, Aidan Alexander, artistic expression through different mediums such as...

SOI BOI: Let’s go window shopping for home decor

 By Greenbelt Mag Everyone in the van! It’s time to go shopping. Today Greenbelt tags along with SOI BOI in their trusty and unabashedly self-promotional...

Fins of a Different Feather

Broadway’s new Naked Fins delivers a fresh take on fast food By Urie L. Layser Photography by Kimberlee Miller The moment you open the doors to the...

Boise Summer Athletes: From Motorcross To Wakesurfing

The once well-kept secret of Boise, and its access to some of the best outdoor playgrounds in the western U.S., has been out for quite some time now. The population growth is due to Idaho’s beautiful scenery,

Sawtooth Masters Swim Club

Promoting the Joy of Swimming By Lynn Canning Photos by Kimberlee Miller The Downtown YMCA opened its’ doors more than a half century ago and today remains...

The Passion is in the Product

La De Da Jewelry By Kayli Corbin Photos Kimberlee MillerA rainy day in a sleepy ocean town has a special sense of nostalgia for almost all...

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...

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.

Boise Farmers Market

New Location for an Iconic Boise Tradition Story Janelle Stear  Photos Kimberlee MillerAnnually from April through December, “the Boise Farmers Market focuses on local food,...


Mortality isn’t something we like to think about, yet it is something we all must face. If you’ve experienced the loss of a loved one, you’ll relate to the longing many endure. That need for connection. Pictures and photo-albums can help us through the grieving process, pulling in fond memories, treasured reminders of those who are now gone.

Tired of the traditional taco?

If you’re a taco lover looking for something new, fresh, edgy and unique, Madre Boutique Taqueria is your new favorite lunch spot. Opened in the Lusk District last April, Madre offers edgy comfort food that you can’t find elsewhere in the Treasure Valley.

Spotlight on Boise Female Entrepreneurs

Boise-based Businesses Bring Innovation and National Success to the Valley By Lynn Canning Photos by Kimberlee Miller Saalt Cherie Hoeger and Amber Fawson’s start-up, Saalt, has woken up an established, self-conscious category with a very modern directness.

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...