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Sockeye Brewing is a Boise institution. Brewing up some of Idaho’s most popular beer since 1996, the taphouse and eatery have been making a few headlines recently.For those of you who have been around since Sockeye Brewing opened, it was sad to see their first location on Cole road close its doors forever in 2019. This spot was where they honed their brewing craft, created effortlessly delicious pub food, and hosted free live music for Boise to enjoy.Before their Cole location locked up, t...
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As fellow Boiseans, we are excited to join the community and celebrate our nation’s 246th year of Independence with all of you. This year, July 4th falls on a Monday, which means you can spend the weekend rejoicing in patriotic cheer. While we are sad to learn that the classic Fourth of July parade is not occurring this year in downtown Boise, we thank the We The People 4th of July Celebration Committee and volunteers who organized such an amazing Boise tradition for over 20 years.&nb...
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Did you know that Idaho has over 100,000 miles of river flowing through it? Naturally, our unique rivers have become an attraction for international rafters and kayakers. The North Fork Championships is a 3-day international competition that is all about whitewater kayaking in Idaho’s treasured Payette River.
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Juneteenth is an important day in American history. Despite slavery being abolished in rebellious (Confederate) states in 1863, some Black Americans were held un-lawfully in bondage. It was only until the 13th Amendment was ratified in 1865 did the entire United States completely abolish slavery. June 19th commemorates the day that the last group of enslaved people were finally notified of their legal emancipation and freedom. After several deadly attempts to inform the White enslavers and perpe...
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“The goal is to bring women together for a complimentary yoga class, with a focus on self-care.” - Melissa Heuser, Co-Owner of Coffee and Supply Co.Coffee and Supply Co. and Torque Body Shop have partnered to offer a complimentary Yoga in the Park event on Saturday, June 27. Christina Ratusznik, launching Torque Body Shop in 2022, will lead the mindful all-levels yoga class. This class will be perfect for women of all skill sets and abilities. Yoga in the Park will take place at...
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Dad, Papa, Pops, whatever you call them, those fatherly figures in our life earned to be celebrated. Father’s day falls on Sunday, June 20th this year with wonderful weather predicted for the weekend. We have taken on researching all the best ways to celebrate this holiday.
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Live music is slowly making its way back to Boise, and what better way than with one of the last mainstream artists to play before the shutdown. Celtic Rock band, The Young Dubliners will be playing at Revolution Concert House Friday, May 21.Eager to get back to touring, singer and guitarist Keith Roberts talks about The Young Dubliners' love and appreciation for Boise."Ya know it's funny, Boise is probably one of the cities we know exactly where we want to go when we visit," s...
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After a year of the coronavirus takeover, we've seen an economic downturn and shift in the life we previously experienced in downtown Boise.In efforts to revitalize downtown Boise and help struggling restaurants and musicians, a business coalition has been formed. The Boise Revival Project intends to restore life downtown inviting friends and neighbors to enjoy live music at some of our favorite venues and businesses.Paralleling to the Roaring 20's, Boise Revival Project is on a mission ...
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The fundraising team, The Nowhere Men, is set to present the "Heartstrings" virtual benefit concert for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Friday, May 28, 2021. Fighting the fight against cancer, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society aims to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin's disease, and myeloma — but they can't do it alone.Heartstrings are bringing nine musicians together for the free virtual concert, including Boise's MYLO BYBEE. A trio band consists of two brothers and...
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The pandemic has been a stressor on many families, businesses, and even nonprofit organizations. Recognizing the increased need for support, local nonprofit center Idaho Gives is extending its week-long efforts from April 29th to May 6th.Idaho Gives Highlights Local Nonprofit OrganizationsIdaho Gives is a resource for all Idaho nonprofits, an easy way to search and support local nonprofits of your choice. During Idaho Gives Week, the platform encourages donations to organizations and hosts prize...
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The average American produces around 2,072 pounds of trash per year — that's almost the weight of a compact car. In an effort to reduce waste, The City of Meridian and Republic Services will host its Trash or Treasure event May 1-2nd.
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Since 1956, the Parade of Homes has been an annual tradition during Spring and Fall. What is the Parade of Homes? A showcase of home designs in new construction by some of the Building Contractors Association builders. Homes showcased during the Parade of Homes are based on the "Tradition of Building Excellence."
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The Experience Idaho Expo is geared towards everything local — outdoor adventure, music, craft beer, local artists, boats and Rv's, and over 100 Idaho companies.Scheduled for Saturday, June 5th, the all-day event comes with FREE admission allowing guests the opportunity to support their favorite local vendors.Support Local Idaho Art, Brands & BusinessesSome local Idaho favorite businesses like Vertical View Climbing Gym and Section 37 Axe Room will be in attendance along with hundr...
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It seems we’re all a little eager to celebrate the next holiday, Saint Patrick’s Day! Being that St. Paddy’s is on Wednesday the 17th, many events happening around town will be going on the weekend prior, while many others will be happening the following weekend. So, here’s to a week full of celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!
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Zoo Boise, a division of Boise Parks and Recreation, announced the birth of a baby anteater. The proud parents Gloria and McCauley welcomed the pup into the world on December 23, 2020. Zoo Boise’s staff is pleased with how well Gloria is caring for her baby.
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