Celebrating the Holidays and the 1st Anniversary of Boise Lifestyle Magazine. Thanks to The Olympic Venue and Good Times Karaoke & DJ for making it a true occasion.
St Al’s Festival of the Trees Fashion Show in Boise, Idaho on Nov 30, 2015.
Boise Lifestyle Magazine is celebrating our first anniversary. What an incredible journey!
We began mailing our magazine directly to 13,000 local households (the majority of Eagle, North Meridian, and North and East Boise neighborhoods), and 400 doctors/dentists/hospitals and retail outlets in February 2015. It is truly hard to believe that this time has passed so quickly. However, when I think of what we’ve covered and how much fun we’ve had – it makes me proud to be a part of a new, community focused, quality magazine.
When asked about prostate cancer screening or treatment, physicians, public health policymakers, patients and patients’ loved ones often have firm opinions or utter confusion.
Different professional medical organizations and federal government policy boards are all over the map on outlining their positions on this controversial topic.
Prostate screening began in the early 1990s when the PSA test began being used. PSA stands for prostate-specific antigen, and this chemical is leaked into the blood stream by normal prostate cells and prostate cancer cells.
Open 7 days a week serving food and drinks, The Modern does not serve anyone under 21 inside. Underaged people are only allowed in the courtyard. They do not take reservations except for New Year’s Eve Dinner and Valentine’s Dinner, serving a pre-fixe menu with two seatings on those evenings. The Modern does not accommodate parties larger than 12 people
Hungry travelers dined at a Basque boardinghouse in Nampa, Idaho, called the Modern Hotel in the 1930s, which was operated by Regina and Juan Bastida. Hearty fare and its modern amenities like steam heat attracted traveling musicians and businessmen, sheepherders and Basque immigrants to the Modern.
Wander through Fussy Hussy and chances are you’ll find something charming and unique: high quality merchandise in innovative displays at moderate prices. The stores’ owner, Paula, combined her vast experience in retail and fashion, with her long time association with designers in the US and abroad, to create a very unique experience in Boise. “Shoppers will discover funky, fun fashions and unique finds, as well as elegantly designed apparel.”
Entrepreneurs Organization (EO) Idaho is pleased to welcome its first female Chapter President, Suzie Hall. Ms. Hall is the Founder and President of Cornerstone Design, an award-winning interior design firm headquartered in Boise. She is also a partner in the green and energy efficiency consulting firm GreenSteps. A successful entrepreneur for almost 25 years, Ms. Hall also serves on the Board of the St. Alphonsus Foundation and is a member of the Boise Chamber Small Business Advisory Council. EO is a global business network of 11,000+ leading entrepreneurs in 153 chapters and 48 countries. At its core, EO is a collection of like-minded entrepreneurs focused on business growth, personal development and community engagement.
Okay, let’s talk entertaining, but I am not Martha Stewart. I envy the Barefoot Contessa, I’m overwhelmed by Rachel Ray, LOVE Emeril, and want to have my very own Crate & Barrel/Pottery Barn/Williams Sonoma combination of the world’s biggest pantry! I need personal in-home cooking lessons, a maid, two dishwashers, a large patio stocked with wonderful furniture, a personal trainer, and Nate Berkus to redecorate my home. There. That’s not asking too much is it?
When someone who is struggling finds a place of stability, an entire community can benefit. Local non-profit Create Common Good does exactly what its name suggests—help communities improve.
“Our main mission is to help people with barriers to employment by providing food service job training and placement,” says Kelly Parker, Director of Community Engagement. “As long as someone is willing to identify their barrier, we can help them.”
2016 will be a good year for tennis lovers in the Treasure Valley. Eagle Tennis Club plans to open Phase I of their facilities, located at the Southeast corner of Highway 44 (State Street) and Edgewood Lane, in March. Phase I will include a 90,000 square foot state-of-the art tennis facility with 12 indoor climate-controlled courts, a 300-foot-long floating mezzanine for viewing, court-side food and beverages, a pro shop, and more. As of now, only 18 indoor tennis courts exist in the Treasure Valley.