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Sep 02, 2020
As face masks continue to be a part of our daily lives, it’s time we start investing in multiple to maintain recycling them throughout each week. Lucky for you, we know of quite a few local mask makers who are working to supply masks for the Treasure Valley and beyond! Now is our time to support local while keeping the community safe.
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Aug 18, 2020
A holiday practically made for us Idahoans, National Potato Day! It should come as no surprise that Idaho has the best potatoes in the world, but the real question is, where can you find them in Boise? We asked our community, and here were the top recommendations.
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Aug 10, 2020
A long time summer tradition continues to hold on at the Idaho Botanical Garden, known as the Great Garden Escape concert series. Working in partnership with Duck Club Presents and Treefort Music Fest, the concert series has a great lineup of local artists, bands, and musicians.
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Aug 10, 2020
As the start of school is quickly approaching, we continue to question what lies ahead. On Thursday, August 6th Boise State University President Marlene Tromp joined in on a community-wide discussion with the Boise Metro Chamber.
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Aug 05, 2020
Coffee and Supply Co. have officially opened their doors to the public. The new coffee shop in Eagle offers up local food, beverage and goods with the idea that the more local, the better!
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Jul 29, 2020
In 2005, Colleen Paige, Celebrity Pet & Family Lifestyle Expert and Animal Welfare Advocate, created National Mutt Day to encourage embracing, saving and celebrating mixed breed dogs. The biggest percentage of dogs abandoned and euthanized, unfortunately, is mixed breed dogs, who make up approximately 80% of dogs in shelters.
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Jul 29, 2020
Idaho may be known for it’s potatoes, but don’t let that fool you, Idaho has some of the prettiest sights to see in nature. From hidden trails to large lakes, Idaho continues to impress us with some of the most simply beautiful scenery.
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Jul 29, 2020
It comes as no shock that once again we’ve found one of the dreamiest spots in Idaho! Toward the Northside of the Snake River Canyon, tucked away in Wendell, Idaho is Box Canyon Springs. This small, hidden canyon shouldn’t go unnoticed!
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Jul 28, 2020
Chances are if you’ve visited Boise or live in Boise, you have been to Julia Davis Park. Being the oldest park in Boise, Julia Davis Park is a Boise favorite. Julia Davis Park is Boise’s most unique and distinctive park due to its accessibility and features within the 43 acres of land.
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Jul 28, 2020
Broadcast Coffee Roasters joins the Boise community. Located on the outskirts of downtown Boise, Broadcast Coffee has opened a temporary pop up shop. Although Broadcast Coffee Roasters originates from Seattle, owner Barry Fought is an Idaho native.
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