Category : North End

The Hyde House

Delightful Dining in Hyde Park by Lonni Leavitt-Barker, photos by Tiffany Howard Prepare to be smitten before you even walk in the door— make that walk up the sidewalk. The newly opened Hyde House restaurant in Hyde Park is a…

September 2, 2016

The Recycled Room

by Chelsea Chambers, photos by Mark Dyrud I found myself in a conversation recently about the longevity of furniture; the woman I was talking with told me that, for the first time in over fifty years, she bought a new…

July 6, 2016

Home Garden

Tips & Tricks for a Lush Garden This Year photos by Sara Mitton Cox, photos by Mark Dyrud May in Boise means the last frost is finally behind us and it’s time for heavy planting. If you’re a gardener, you’re probably already…

May 3, 2016

Chalk Talk

Chalkboard quotes turn neighbors into friends by Sara Mitton Cox, photography by Mark Dyrud More than a year ago, Jennifer Jones-Easterday placed a chalkboard next to her new front door and was determined to share a quote a day. It…

March 1, 2016

Love at First Light

Local husband & wife entrepreneurs make unique scents together by Brad Carlson, photography by Mark Dyrud Keith Tracy and his wife, Kelly, are self-described “candle nerds.” But the success of their BeefWhip Candle Company may owe more to the “after…

January 4, 2016

Passion and Triumph

Boise’s Only Bird Rescue By Laura Wolstenholme, photography by Mark Dyrud Frequently last May, director Jennifer Rockwell walked through the Ruth Melichar Bird Center (RMBC), quickly attending to tasks to keep her wards stable. The RMBC, a branch of the…

November 3, 2015

Delicious and Healthy

Jenny’s Pure Food is pure health By Bavani Purushothaman, Photography by Mark Dyrud It’s often said we are what we eat.  Maybe not literally, but the food and drinks we consume definitely have a direct impact on our health.  With…

August 31, 2015

Indoor Landscapes

Living Walls are Green Masterpieces By Liza Long, Photography by Cy Gilbert Jayme Mullaney is a self-described “plant geek.” That’s why she decided to leave a successful 25-year marketing career to pursue her true passion: all things green. As the…

July 6, 2015

Picnicking at Camel’s Back Park

A locavore adventure By Rachel Holt, Photography Pete Grady Boise is called the City of Trees, and with its green parks and open spaces, it’s easy to see why. One particular favorite, especially for North Enders, is Camel’s Back Park….

May 5, 2015

ski mogul

Bob Greenwood and Boise’s iconic ski shop story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson photography by John Webster  Two years before Bogus Basin’s first chairlift was installed at Deer Point, Bob Greenwood opened Bob’s Ski Haus on State Street. The year was…

December 31, 2014