Category : On The Trail

Boise Trails

Community-based resource for outdoor recreation Story Chelsea Chambers With all the beauty that Idaho has to offer, many of us have grown to become outdoor-people. Walking, riding, hiking, jogging—the days are meant to be spent in the sunshine, watching the…

May 2, 2018

SPARK MD:

You mean there’s another way to deliver medical care? Norris Krueger “Healthcare is a mess of unintended consequences” – the first words I heard from local family physician and healthcare innovator, Dr. Julie Gunther (www.sparkmd.com). To her, so much of…

May 2, 2018

Ironwood Social

Ironwood Social Brings Life to Garden City By Janelle Stear Photo Kimberlee Miller The old Shorty’s Saloon building on Glenwood has been revamped as Ironwood Social. Owners, Shannon Will and Troy Jackson wanted to create a place where people can…

January 3, 2018

A Space for the Modern Entrepreneur 

Work, Meet, and Grow at Hot Desk HQ By Tylene Stroup  Photo Kimberlee Miller Are you a freelancer, remote employee, creative business owner, or startup entrepreneur? Maybe you’re working your side hustle on the weekends? You are the modern entrepreneurs…

January 3, 2018

Avoiding Student Loans, One Step at a Time

Changing how Idahoans approach college costs Story Nicole Bare Kinney Idaho’s college tuitions are a frequent topic of conversation in the community, given that only half of students continue their education beyond high school. Following the Great Recession and rising…

October 30, 2017

Pipe Dreams

The Boise Sculptor Turning Steel Pipes into Storied Art Story  Rachel Holt   Photos Kimberlee Miller D’Arcy Bellamy’s metal sculptures have been described conversely as dangerous and whimsical. There’s a contrary feeling to many of Bellamy’s metal pieces—shiny surfaces spite rough…

October 30, 2017

Paddleboard Guy

STORY DREW DODSON | PHOTOS KIMBERLEE MILLER   Meet Dennis Terenzio, or as many people know him, “The Paddle Board Guy.” Born and raised in greater Seattle, Dennis has spent most of his life on the water. Now he seeks…

September 1, 2017

meriwether cider

Story by Rachel Holt, Photos by Amanda Antilla “Our mom and dad were professors and they did a sabbatical in Australia. There was a lot of cider there and they asked themselves, ‘Why not here?’” shared Kate Leadbetter, owner and…

June 28, 2017

hearty goodness

Story by Bavani, Photos by Jim Peterson Seven years ago, I walked through the doors of Off Broadway Deli to satisfy a pregnancy craving for fried chicken, a craving I admit has never quite gone away.  The best chicken in…

April 27, 2017

Beautiful Ways

Story by Bavani, Photos by Amanda Antilla Chic and functional.  A killer combination every woman wants to hear when buying a handbag.  We have all, at some point, had to compromise on elegance for functionality or vice-versa.  Visionary entrepreneur, Kimberly…

February 24, 2017