Boise’s Hyatt Hidden Lakes makes a comeback
By Patti Murphy
As dusk falls on Boise, it’s not uncommon to see large groups of Canada geese winging their way to the [...]
Peaceful Belly Farm to leave its Dry Creek Valley roots
By Ellie Rodgers
The Dry Creek Valley north of Boise is magical: rolling, golden hills dotted with farms, ranches, sage and rabbitbrush, and [...]
When life and work come together
By Ellie Rodgers
Artist Karen Eastman sees exciting potential in her new downtown Boise condo. She bought one of three live/work units at [...]
David Hale’s organic approach to redeveloping the Linen District
By Jill Kuraitis
Always a lively place, downtown Boise has, over the past decade, grown even more dynamic and attractive. Both homegrown and [...]
Nearly nine decades later the Egyptian Theatre remains a community treasure
By Patti Murphy
For 90 years, Boise’s Egyptian Theatre has been a gathering place for locals of all ages to slip into the [...]
How the heat of the earth helped develop a city
By Patti Murphy
More than 100 years ago, Boise’s Warm Springs Avenue got into hot water, and you could say that it was [...]