Faces of Hope provides a comprehensive safety net of crisis services
By Kate Hull
When facing any form of interpersonal violence—sexual assault, domestic abuse, elder abuse, or child abuse—one of the most invasive, traumatizing [...]
Wine tasting in Garden City
By Torrie Cope
Nine years ago, Melanie Krause found an old produce warehouse in Garden City that proved to be the perfect building [...]
Teaching kids the way it was
By Sharon Fisher
An entire generation of Idaho fourth-graders have a real hands-on experience understanding how pioneers lived: They’ve been through Wagons Ho. [...]
Global Gardens helps refugees get growing
By Ellie Rodgers
Sarbah Bi and Abdikadir Chimwaga are refugees from separate countries who now share a peaceful life in Boise. They met [...]
Boise’s Learning Lab transforms lives through literacy
By Jill Kuraitis | Illustration: Zach D. Brown
Imagine that you are an immigrant to a very foreign land, say Mars. You’ve heard it’s a great place, but [...]
Eagle facility supports the new growth of an old sport
By Sharon Fisher | Photography Courtesy Greg Patton
“The demand has gotten to be so great for tennis—everybody’s at capacity now,” said Greg Patton, men’s tennis coach at [...]
Boise Bicycle Project’s efforts to build community
By Ellie Rodgers | Photography Courtesy Boise Bicycle Project
Jimmy Hallyburton believes bicycles can be life changing.  Give a child from a low-income family a free bike and help [...]
Boise's EcoVillage
By Jill Kuraitis
Until recently, Boise was often described as the Northwest’s “best kept secret”—a little-known but surprisingly hip town with beautiful natural [...]
The city within a city draws sports enthusiasts, oenophiles and hopheads
By Gwen Ashley Walters
Garden City is sowing seeds for a renaissance of sorts, once again becoming an arts and entertainment destination, but one [...]