Emily Ruskovich garners the prestigious International Dublin Literary Award
Meghan Levi
Author Emily Ruskovich has extra­ordinary moments while doing ordinary things. The morning after Mother’s Day presented a quiet moment after [...]
Ward Hooper's iconic style connects past to present
Sharon Fisher
Chances are, you’ve seen Ward Hooper art, even if you didn’t know it. Perhaps it was the dozens of posters [...]
Photographer Jeff Callihan captures wild moments
Emilee Mae Struss
Wind rustles the needles of nearby pine trees. The sun’s first golden ray of light extends above the mountains. It’s [...]
Boise Baroque ushers in the new season with exciting changes
Cheryl Haas
To mark the end of Music Director Daniel Stern’s celebrated 14-year tenure, the Boise Baroque Orchestra, with the Boise Philharmonic [...]
An artist's haven in the Work-Live-Create District
Cheryl Haas
Artists need shelter. Artists need space. Artists need time. Surel’s Place, a nonprofit artist-in-residency program, offers artists the gift of [...]
Boise’s commitment to public art
Sharon Fisher
When you think of public art, the first image that pops up is often some amorphous blob surrounded by concrete—what [...]
National Oldtime Fiddlers’ Contest offers good ole fashioned fun!
Cheryl Haas
There’s some serious toe-tappin’, hootin’ and hollerin’, and show-stoppin’ fiddle playin’ going on the third week of June in Weiser, [...]
Photographer Angie Smith’s Treefort Installation
Adam Tanous | Photos by Todd Meier
Who, exactly, are Americans? On one level, it’s a legal and political question of great debate these days. Distinguishing the [...]
Michael Massaia’s search for the ‘extraction of a moment’
Jennifer Liebrum
… The smoke makes a stairway for you to descend; You come to my arms, may this bliss never end, [...]
New leadership sets a course forward at Boise Philharmonic, Opera Idaho, and Ballet Idaho
Cheryl Haas
The new performing arts season has brought some significant changes in the leadership of the Boise Philharmonic, Ballet Idaho, and [...]