Billy McMaster creates custom jackets with his Modern Armor
By Cheryl Haas | Photography by McMaster Photos
  As a child, Billy McMaster dreamed of being a fireman; he would hook up a garden hose to the [...]
Advice for solo, female travelers
By Emilee Mae Struss
  Table for one” can be an intimidating phrase for one to use. Perhaps embarrassing. I’ve been there. Walking into [...]
The new Ronald McDonald House expands to meet growing demand for pediatric support services
By Meghan Levi | Photography by Angie Smith
If you have traveled through the confluence of Main Street, Idaho Street, Broadway Avenue, and Warm Springs Avenue in Boise [...]
A new classroom at the Peregrine Fund will connect Boise students to global raptor scientists
By Patti Murphy
In an outdoor area at The Peregrine Fund’s World Center for Birds of Prey, a small group of people gather [...]
The uncovering of Indian Creek has led to a vibrant community plaza
By Cheryl Haas
If you haven’t ventured west to Caldwell for a while, you are in for a pleasant surprise. The downtown area [...]
The Zero Waste Boise Institute
By Meghan Levi
You could say it all started with “The Lorax.” As Jillien Eijckelhof, founder of the Zero Waste Initiative, read the [...]
Blue Moon Yurt reopens at Jug Mountain Ranch
By Cheryl Haas
  The evening starts as you strap on your snowshoes or alpine skis, sling your backpack of that special wine [...]