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    Boise’s Betty White

    MARCIA WARNE PROVES THAT TALENT AGES WELL, TOO! BY PAMELA KLEIBRINK THOMPSON PHOTOGRAPHY KIMBERLEE MILLER You may look at Marcia Warne’s sweet face and think, “Why does she look so familiar?”. It could be she has the spirit of everybody’s favorite grandma or...

    That Just Doesn’t Happen

    Singer/Songwriter Jackson Leach’s Surprise Treefort Gift BY DANIEL LONDONO PHOTOGRAPHY TIA CRABTREE Music, it has been said, has the power to change the world; add to it a harmony called kindness and you take it to another level. Picture this: a 20-year-old guy, playing his...

    Making Dreams Homes A Reality

    Change Home Mortgage offers common sense lending solutions BY LIZA LONG PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY FRITSCHE Ken Hollibaugh has been in the mortgage business for more than twenty years, and he knows how life-changing home ownership can be. But for many otherwise well-qualified borrowers, there can...

    You Don’t Know How To Walk

    Boise athlete takes life and health in a stride STORY AND PHOTOS BY JAMIE HUDSON You don’t know how to walk. Does that seem like an outrageous statement? Walking with a strut has often been viewed in a negative light, seen as cocky...

    Prayers for Peace

    HOW THE WAR IN UKRAINE IS AFFECTING OUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS BY LIZA LONG "Friends, Americans, in your great history, you have pages that would allow you to understand Ukrainians, understand us now, when we need you right now. Remember Pearl Harbor, terriblemorning...

    Smile!

    With mask mandates lifting, smiles make a comeback STORY CATRINE MCGREGOR PHOTOGRAPHY KIMBERLEE MILLER At the beginning of 2020, a strange phenomenon occurred. Masks came on and smiles went away, creating bizarre societal shifts. Sometimes, smiles went away because of the sadness brought on by...

    Back From Nashville

    The Sam Henry Band Returns to Boise With New Music in Tow BY JENNIFER BRACKETT PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY FRITSCHE AND CLAIRE KEENER We can only imagine the immense amount of work and perseverance artists must face to achieve their dreams. The Sam Henry Band...

    Pets Are Welcome!

    Discover Pet-Friendly Businesses in the Treasure Valley It’s that time of year again - the season where every songbird sings, all the geese stroll in swagger, and each bee buzzes with Springtime excitement. But let’s not leave all the fun for our...

    Adversity

    Mike Barnett Hits Curve Balls – and Golf Balls – Despite Loss of Sight BY DANIEL LONDONO PHOTOGRAPHY RASE LITTLEFIELD Some of us sleepwalk through life. It happens to many of us, where we tend to live in a constant state of retrospect. “I...

    The Good, The Bad, And The Movie

    STORY BY JENNIFER BRACKETT If you want something more to do than talking about “the bitch slap heard around the world,” here is a fun and different recommendation from a fellow movie lover! Call a handful of your most open-minded friends for...

    Par Terre Winery

    BY CHELSEA CHAMBERS PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY FRITSCHE The Winemakers’ Dance Par Terre is a true labor of love, and you can taste it in our wines. We consider that a success! Recently retired dancers, Mallory and Travis Walker, have been exploring a new kind of art...

    Acting In The Treasure Valley

    BY Catrine McGregor Photography Nyk Fry People are always telling me that my ten-year-old daughter has a great personality and a great smile and should be an actress. Can you give me your thoughts? Jerri K, Boise I’m sure your daughter has a great...

    Idahomade

    Loving Idaho and its artists year-round. By Elle Parker Photography Kimberlee Miller If you’re anything like me and love the local art scene and gift shopping, it can be...

    Canvas Castles

    By Liza Long Spectacular views, comfortable camping and the solitude of Idaho’s wilderness are all a part of Idaho’s backcountry yurt experience. Add in a few good...

    Mountain Resort Hires Oliver Russell to Lead PR Effort

    by Russ Stoddard Sometimes a jewel gets tarnished. The underlying stone is still a precious gem, it just needs to be carefully polished to return to life...

    East Valley

    Where the Living is Easy and Outdoorsy Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Pete Grady   Opportunities to live along the Greenbelt—the city’s popular outdoor playground—are rare. Living...

    Local Female Shredder April Zastrow on designing for Fly Racing and her journey as an extreme sports athlete

    Writer: McCale Ashenbrener April Zastrow’s love of all-things-bike began at the tender age of eight, when she would frequent the local Owyhee Motorcycle Club track with her...

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    Boise Trails

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    Race to the Indy Pro 2000

    Sting Ray Robb By Chelsea Chambers Success comes to the dedicated, the determined, the steadfast and strong-willed. For Sting Ray Robb, he is the definition of...

    In Her Element 

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    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...

    A New View of the World – Caitria Gunter

    By Chelsea Chambers Photos Emma Thompson The beauty of art is often its originality—knowing that it has stemmed from somewhere deep within the creator, exploding out...

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    Story by Meg Bryant, Photos submitted There are those who talk about doing things, and there are those who go and do the things. Kayla-Leah...
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    Boise’s Betty White

    MARCIA WARNE PROVES THAT TALENT AGES WELL, TOO! BY PAMELA KLEIBRINK THOMPSON PHOTOGRAPHY KIMBERLEE MILLER You may look at Marcia Warne’s sweet face and think, “Why...

    That Just Doesn’t Happen

    Singer/Songwriter Jackson Leach’s Surprise Treefort Gift BY DANIEL LONDONO PHOTOGRAPHY TIA CRABTREE Music, it has been said, has the power to change the world; add to it...

    Making Dreams Homes A Reality

    Change Home Mortgage offers common sense lending solutions BY LIZA LONG PHOTOGRAPHY ASHLEY FRITSCHE Ken Hollibaugh has been in the mortgage business for more than twenty years,...

    You Don’t Know How To Walk

    Boise athlete takes life and health in a stride STORY AND PHOTOS BY JAMIE HUDSON You don’t know how to walk. Does that seem like an...

    Prayers for Peace

    HOW THE WAR IN UKRAINE IS AFFECTING OUR FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS BY LIZA LONG "Friends, Americans, in your great history, you have pages that would allow...