Boise State's new Center for Fine Arts
Ellie Rodgers
In early planning meetings for what he calls his “crowning achievement,” Boise State University President Bob Kustra’s mantra was “think [...]
When Lake Bonneville broke loose, Idaho's landscape was transformed
Sharon Fisher
Looking around southwestern Idaho’s desert ecology, you may not believe it, but one of the biggest floods in U.S. history [...]
Boise’s Hyatt Hidden Lakes makes a comeback
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
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
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
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
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
Patti Murphy
More than 100 years ago, Boise’s Warm Springs Avenue got into hot water, and you could say that it was [...]