‘Idaho’ Author Emily Ruskovich
By Ellie Rodgers
“A place belongs forever to whoever claims it hardest, remembers it most obsessively, wrenches it from itself, shapes it, renders [...]
The art of Rachel Teannalach
By Ellie Rodgers
For the last three years, artist Rachel Teannalach has taken her paints and brushes outdoors, creating a daily visual journal, [...]
Jim Cockey is an Idaho original
By Cheryl Haas
Jim Cockey, a Boise-based composer known for his innovative symphonic works, followed a long and winding musical road before he [...]
Filmmaking takes off in the Treasure Valley
By Karen Day
The first thing Clint Eastwood said to me was, “Your pants have holes in them.” We faced off on a [...]
Boise Art Museum Turns 80
By Amy Story Larson
I can’t imagine Boise without the Boise Art Museum,” said Kathleen Keys, Boise State University’s Art Department Chair, “It’s a [...]
Eric Garcia takes the baton at the Philharmonic
By Cheryl Haas
Under the baton of new music director Eric Garcia, the Boise Philharmonic has already begun to soar, delivering season openers [...]
Boise's hidden gem
By Cheryl Haas
Remember the old hit, “Don’t Play Anything Mellow at the Whiskey” by Loggins and Messina? It was the penultimate musicians’ [...]
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 [...]
Summer at the Idaho Shakespeare Festival
By Jill Kuraitis | Photos: Courtesy Idaho Shakespeare Festival/DKM Photography
In Shakespeare the birds sing, the bushes are clothed with green, hearts love, souls suffer, the cloud wanders, it is [...]
Freak Alley Gallery provides a unique showplace for city artists
By Patti Murphy
If it hadn’t been for the drizzly winter weather and an accidental bump on the head, Freak Alley Gallery in [...]