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 [...]
Boise-based artists Sector Seventeen leave a colorful impression all over town
Torrie Cope
From skate parks to office buildings, downtown Boise walls to Table Rock, the Boise-based artist collective Sector Seventeen has left [...]
In the lair with The Colossal Collective
Zach Kyle
The legends are true: There be monsters at Treefort Music Fest. In 2017, concertgoers spoke of a 20-foot-tall gorilla ambling [...]
The Cabin's Readings and Conversations series sparks community discourse
Jamie Hausman
Ticket holders buzz in the dim light of The Egyptian Theatre’s marquee, waiting for the sold-out show to start. They’re [...]
Cheryl Haas | Photography by Angie Smith
In this age of disposable everything—when shoes are not made to be repaired, stoves last a mere five years instead [...]
Behind the scenes at the Mountain Home Country Music Festival
Amy Story Larson
Late in July, drivers cresting Highway 20’s hill near Pine, Idaho, can often be seen doing a double take. There [...]