Category : The Dirt

More Than a Game

Idaho rugby club offers Boise a new hobby By Benton Smith Photography by John Webster Tired and beaten, blood dripping onto their grass stained jerseys, muscles heavy as the players heave themselves into the backseats of crowded cars and plop…

May 2, 2014

What If

Jim Moore spans centuries and brings beautiful, small moments to page-turning fiction and promises there are many more stories to come. By Jamie Dillon Photo by John Webster What if? How many times a day does your day-dreaming start that…

March 3, 2014

The Troubadour

Thomas Paul makes beautiful music in Boise. By Kate Matthws Photography by James Max Boise troubadour Thomas Paul is a bit of musical wonder kid… Except that he’s not quite a kid any more. But chronological age aside, Paul’s musical…

January 2, 2014

Triple Threat

Brenton Viertel is a dangerous man. By Kate Matthews You wouldn’t know it to look at him, but Boise’s Brenton Viertel is no one to trifle with. Thankfully, Viertel isn’t armed with weapons of mass destruction; but instead with a…

November 5, 2013

Slated for Success

Jennifer Isenhart and Tom Hadzor’s Wide Eye Productions bring home the gold with its labor of love: Idaho, the Movie. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Copper Chadwick Jennifer Isenhart grew up “running through the halls of various Northwest television…

September 7, 2013

The Blue Wind Boy

Blues, folk and bluegrass musician, Michael Ray Cox was born a ramblin’ man, but is lucky enough to call Boise home By Kate Matthews Photography by Copper Chadwick Not only does Boise breed incredible talent, it inherits it too. We…

July 9, 2013

True Story

By Kate Matthews On a clear October evening, Eric Valentine and Anderson Mitchell debuted their freshly conceived-of project, True Story, to an intimate gathering of friends around a small backyard fire in Boise’s North End. The duo had just two…

May 1, 2013