Tag : boise

Big River Paranormal

Explaining the Unexplainable By Chelsea Chambers Photos Kimberlee Miller Halloween season is upon us, which means that for Cody Remer and the Big River Paranormal team, things are gearing up. Cody, who has been the Director of the Boise Team…

September 5, 2018

New “Garden City Riviera”

The 34th Street Market By Janelle Stear Photos Kimberlee Miller Garden City’s new hot spot, the 34th Street Market, is definitely a place to add to your weekend activities! Find it at the end of 34th Street off Chinden in…

September 5, 2018

Boise Startup Week 2018

Growing Entrepreneurship By Norris Krueger Photos Kimberlee Miller Boise Startup Week (BSW) may be the most fun assortment of activities to help us to celebrate entrepreneurship in Idaho and to learn how we can get better at making Idaho more…

September 5, 2018

Mai Thai

Bringing Bangkok to Boise since 2004 By Elle Parker Photos Kimberlee Miller From the moment you step foot into Mai Thai, you can tell that it’s rich in culture; the smell of the food and the sleek-yet-traditional design draws you…

September 5, 2018

White Dog Brewing

Fetching the Good Life One Beer at a Time By Haley Grugel Photos Kimberlee Miller Over the past few years craft beer has become extremely popular in Boise and all around the Pacific Northwest. Whether it be at your favorite…

September 5, 2018

Modern Day Magic

The Art of Stuart Holland By Kayli Corbin Photos Kimberlee Miller So much of this world’s art is fueled by questioning the boundaries we are all seemingly subject to. Art, as the great human connector, challenges our perspective of reality…

September 5, 2018

Arthur Dennis Stevens

“What A Man Does…. That He Has” By Norris Krueger Photos Kimberlee Miller Mantra of the great architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Etched on a beam over the great room at Wright’s design HQ, Taliesin. His innovations have become so ingrained…

September 5, 2018

Where Art Thou— Finest Boise Bartenders

By Megan Bryant Photos Kimberlee Miller There’s no shortage of breweries and watering holes here in the valley, offering impressive selections in wine, craft beers, and cocktails. What sets the good ones apart from the great ones is, of course,…

September 5, 2018

Bird Calls and Banding

BSU’s Intermountain Bird Observatory By Janelle Stear Caring for our Feathered Friends October—when the leaves change to brilliant colors and Halloween brings excitement for children, Idaho’s native Yellow Warbler will be hanging out with the toucans and parrots in Central…

September 5, 2018

BOSCO

Bridging the Gap between Local Artists and the Community By Haley Grugel Photos by Kimberlee Miller Boise is a thriving community full of local talent and creative minds. Walking down the streets in the downtown area boasts innovation—from the amazing…

September 5, 2018