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 [...]
Refugees add color to Boise’s growing cultural tapestry
By Greg Stahl | Photography by Angie Smith
It was a stunning, sunny spring morning in Boise, Idaho’s Liberty Park near the St. Alphonsus medical campus, and two [...]
Ensuring the Survival of Wild Birds of Prey
By Laurie Sammis
On a warm and dry August day near Vale, Oregon, Joe Atkinson walks to the edge of a long ridge [...]
How Boise's Treefort Music Festival became so much more
By Amy Larson
March might just be Boise’s favorite month. On a pre-spring Wednesday night in its “Linen District,” an event blossoms from [...]
How land use policy shaped Idaho and the West
By Adam Tanous
Idaho, like so many of the Western states, is a place with dueling narratives. One is the elegantly simple story [...]
How a park system blossomed with the growth of a city
By Matt Furber
Across the once-unbridled Boise River from that unnatural patch of blue turf where the Boise State Broncos scrum is the [...]
How a self-taught artist independently explored the themes of 20th century art
By Eve Chandler
Many art collectors and fine arts professionals in America and Europe are more familiar with the artwork of Idaho artist [...]
A skateboard park catches the eye of a leading skateboard company
By Amy Story Larson
“YOU’VE GOT TO SEE IDAHO,” JOHNNY AND KORI SCHILLEREFF’S GOOD FRIEND AMY PURDY KEPT SAYING. “IT’S GORGEOUS.” The International skateboard [...]
Ed Viesturs’ 18-year journey to the top of the world’s highest mountains
By Adam Tanous
For the better part of 18 years, Ed Viesturs spent each spring and fall in places where, physiologically speaking, the [...]