A Date with the Arts

 So Much Fun!  -  Rent bikes downtown (weather permitting). $5/hr, Boise.GreenBike.com. Ride to Boise Art Glass (1124 W. Front St.) for a one-hour glass blowing class, schedule online, $80/2 people, check Groupon. Finished? Ride, walk or drive to Fork (199 N. Eighth St.) for dinner.

Art for All

1. Vox Poplar, Library! at Bown Crossing, 2153 E. Riverwalk Drive

What Are You Working on with Hammer & Stain

Hammer & Stain owner Jennifer Braaskma tells us about her business hosting public workshops that teach you how to use paint and stain to transform your unfinished wood project into a custom-designed piece of art.

Curating Creativity 

February—it’s the shortest month of the year, but there’s definitely no shortage of exciting things happening here in Boise.  When thinking of ideas for our Arts + Makers issue, we were inspired by the talented local creatives who beautify our community with their work. Whether it’s local theater performances, the Boise arts scene or handmade … Continued

February 2019 Around Town

Boise Native Gives Ship Tour During Fleet Week Boatswain’s Mate Second Class Thomas Oloughlin, from Boise, talked to students on a ship tour aboard amphibious dock landing ship USS Harpers Ferry during San Diego Fleet Week 2018. SDFW is an opportunity for the American public to meet their Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard teams … Continued

Andrus Center for Public Policy’s Women and Leadership Conference

The Andrus Center for Public Policy welcomed a sold-out crowd of 920 women and men to its sixth annual Women and Leadership Conference. The conference highlights women leaders across a variety of backgrounds to emphasize the importance of gender balance within America's leadership ranks and encourages both women and men to foster growth in themselves and … Continued

Inspired by Success

When did you know you were going to have a career in art?

Confessions of an Art Addict

I admit it. I have an addiction. I'm addicted to great art in all genres and from all cultures.

BSU Broncos Skate with Special Needs Children

The Boise State Broncos hockey club took 15 people with special needs ice skating at the Manchester Ice and Events Centre in McCall. For some, it was their first time on the ice. Special equipment provided by Courageous Kids Climbing was available for those who faced physical challenges.

No Sled? No Problem!

Dashing through the snow on a one-horse open sleigh might make a great Christmas carol, but dashing through the snow on a snowmobile is a whole lot more fun. Snowmobiles are amazing pieces of machinery that make snowy places like McCall a vast playground and a great winter getaway.