Photographer Angie Smith documents the stories of refugees
By Kelcie Moseley | Photography by Angie Smith
As photographer Angie Smith stood on stage at the Treefort Music Festival in March discussing the interview she had had [...]
Finding refuge in the Nelson Conservation Area
By Matt Furber
Melon gravel, the heavy basalt boulders tossed along the Snake River like gigantic buckshot, is a wonder of the Gem [...]
Bogus Basin Turns 75 with big plans for the future
By Patti Murphy
Long before Bogus Basin became Boise’s backyard winter playground, the rugged wilderness area was home to a small group of [...]
Peaceful Belly Farm to leave its Dry Creek Valley roots
By Ellie Rodgers
The Dry Creek Valley north of Boise is magical: rolling, golden hills dotted with farms, ranches, sage and rabbitbrush, and [...]
Boise’s Learning Lab transforms lives through literacy
By Jill Kuraitis | Illustration: Zach D. Brown
Imagine that you are an immigrant to a very foreign land, say Mars. You’ve heard it’s a great place, but [...]
Pent-up demand fuels Boise hotel boom
By Zach Kyle
Like towering, multimillion-dollar weeds, new hotels seem to spring out of the downtown Boise concrete every other month. With The [...]
The Mount Everest Momo Café brings the flavors of Nepal to Boise
By Ellie Rodgers | Photography by Ray J. Gadd
Raj Shrestha can attest: running a family restaurant can be challenging. First, a November 2014 fire closed his Mount Everest [...]