Category : Roots

Idahome Bakery

Gluten-free baking from the heart Veronica LeMaster  Photos Kimberlee Miller Chances are, you’ve seen heart thumbprint cookies with a fruity filling while standing in line for a coffee, or a delicately wrapped muffin that has fresh fruit and a sweet…

May 2, 2018

The Collab Salon

By Shelly West  Photos Kimberlee Miller A virtual feast for the eyes, but this salon is not just another pretty face, it’s all about collaboration and service. Located on the east side of Boise in Bown Crossing, once you enter,…

March 1, 2018

Ironside Roasting

The best beans that brew the best coffee By Chelsea Chambers  Photo Kimberlee Miller It’s midday. There’s still so much work to get done. The papers are stacking up, the printer is on the fritz again. The office vibe switches…

January 3, 2018

Ghostbusting at the Old Idaho Penitentiary

Unexplained Sights and Sounds, As Seen on TV By Ryan Gerluf    Photos Kimberlee Miller Imagine a place so haunting that it leaves your face ashen and sends chills down your spine—a place dedicated to breaking spirits, and seeking atonement…

October 30, 2017

Bronco Athletic Association Bleeds Blue

STORY Kerisa West | PHOTOS SUBMITTED There’s nothing quite like the excitement of kickoff on a crisp autumn night. The blue turf, the roar of the crowd, the spirit of the band, and, most importantly, the skills of our beloved…

September 1, 2017

Anthea Skincare

Story by Chelsea Chambers, Photos by Amanda Antilla The early morning light shines through the trees and awakens the seedlings from their nighttime slumber. Leaves outstretch their stalks, reaching for the rising sun. Flowers emerge into full bloom as honeybees…

June 28, 2017

Idaho’s adventures in preservation

Story by Ryan Gerulf, Photos Submitted For the past 43 years the month of May has been celebrated as National Preservation Month across the country. Preservation Month was established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation to raise awareness about…

April 27, 2017

Someone Loves You, by Fawn & Foal

Story by Sarah Masterson, Photos by Matthew Wordell Tucked away in a converted warehouse space in Garden City, creativity is flowing from the newest home of Fawn and Foal. For nearly 10 years, their Idaho apparel has successfully captured the…

February 24, 2017

Lincoln’s Link to Idaho

by Ryan Gerulf More than any other state, Idaho is related to Abraham Lincoln,” claims the Idaho Abraham Lincoln Bicentennial Commission. Though this claim may be debatable, there is no question that Abraham Lincoln left a lasting legacy on the…

January 2, 2017

Everybody Makes History

A Historical Renovation is in the Near Future by Chelsea Chambers, photos by IHS People are created in the image of their culture. It builds definition, purpose, and a sense of belonging. With so much history and many stories being…

November 2, 2016