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Getting excited about going to the dentist is a common compliment the team at Dentistry for Children hears a lot. Recognizing that our opinions of dental appointments are formed at an early age, Dr. Jeffrey Davis DDS and Dr. Laura Videtich DDS saw a need for a calm, fun, and exciting dental office in Boise and Meridian. For over 25 years, Dentistry For Children has changed the lives of many Treasure Valley children who are now adults with healthy dental hygiene. The experience and space of Denti...
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Thanks to Idaho’s unique high desert climate and our fertile soil, many crops love to grow and thrive here. One of the highest yielding crops locally is the apple, with an estimated 60 million pounds being produced each year. With a harvesting period between August to October, it’s no surprise why they are such a prominent flavor and symbol in the changing fall season.
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Jump in your car and fall in love with Idaho this autumn. Idaho is filled with endless miles of rugged terrain and beautiful landscapes to admire. And, these roads can lead you to unbelievable adventures such as hot springs, hiking, camping spots, wildlife, and many more outdoor adventures! No matter your destination, you can always enjoy the ride - wherever it may lead. Here is Totally Boise's list of 6 scenic drives to take this fall.1. Boise Drive to Arrowrock, IDJust a short drive from B...
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Although Thanksgiving can be a magical time of year for families to celebrate their loved ones and focus on their prosperities, it can also be the cause of heartache for those less fortunate. This is why many Boise nonprofits make it a priority to provide during the holiday season.We are sure you have seen the “Help Wanted” signs all throughout the town. While for-profit businesses struggle to find employees, nonprofits are doing the same with limited resources, such as a flexible in...
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Van Lith Ranch is one of the Treasure Valley's most trusted sources for sustainable beef. This family ran ranch has been raising grass-fed beef along the banks of the Payette since 1964 and selling direct-to-consumer, but recently announced something exciting!
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Duck Donuts in Meridian uses its 'Quack Gives Back' program to help raise awareness, funds, and coping techniques for local children in chemotherapy. While Duck Donuts can be found all over the U.S., Idaho resident, Kimberlee Guinn brought Duck Donuts to the Treasure Valley to give back to the community and give families a place to gather and create memorable moments.Duck Donuts and Gabe's Chemo Duck Program's MissionPartnering with a national nonprofit, Gabe's Chemo Duck Pro...
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Owners, Ashley and Jackie Schultz-Barkley of Rocky Mountains Balloons in downtown Meridian have officially announced their new storefront, Ash + Jack Supply Co. Their new concept is centered towards empowerment and equality, guests can find their decor and gift needs all in one space.
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Although the stereotype still exists, it is no longer abnormal to have successful women in business, especially in the growing Boise community. Statistically, it's been proven that women face more scrutiny simply because of their gender. Unfortunately, we’ve all heard the negative gender-specific slang. As many strong women in business still face unwanted biases, it’s been proven that having a diverse workforce can promote a healthier and more productive workspace. Although ...
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Looking for a brand that fully encompasses Boise for what it was, where it is now, and the exciting future ahead? Look no further! The brother-sister duo and owners of Boise OG created a new brand that features humorous aspects of Boise’s culture and history. From the Hidden-Springs-Pineapple references to “Never Forgetting” Garden City trailer parks, Boise OG brings life memories and unofficial monuments that many residents may have forgotten.How Boise OG StartedBeing resident...
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If you’ve heard it once, you’ll hear it again. Idaho LOVES to be outdoors! With mountains, lakes, rivers, and trails seemingly right in our backyards, it’s no wonder Idaho is one of the most active states in the entire country.
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As the saying goes, "Winter is coming" and for Idahoans, winter sports are one of our favorite activities. Local hotspot Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area has 2,600 acres of day skiing, 175 acres of night skiing, and 37,000 Nordic trails at your disposal. While it's only fall, winter will be here before you know it, and at Bogus Basin, they are already prepping for another tubular season on the second largest mountain in Idaho.Bogus Basin Gets You on The Mountain FasterEsta...
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Just because summer is coming to an end, does not mean your adventure has to. Wild Experience Gear has what you need to be prepared for your autumn explorations, and the best places you should explore.Never go into the woods without being prepared. Yes, the natural and rugged terrain of Idaho has an unmatchable beauty, but without preparation, it can be quite unforgiving. Acting as a toolbox and lifeline for your next camping experience, Wild Experience Gear Medical Kits are made to keep adventu...
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It’s okay to want to feel beautiful in your own skin! Many people care about anti-aging other skin concerns. West Ada Dermatology, in Meridian, has one goal – to heal skin and help you feel like your best self. Totally Boise tagged along with Ada West employee, Keri Swan on her Botox journey.
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The Treasure Valley is finally cooling down, leaves are starting to turn, and pumpkin spice lattes are beginning to brew. While fall can be seen as the kickoff to the holidays and beautiful scenery, it also is known as the most dreaded season of all –– cold and flu season.While we are currently facing an uncertain pandemic, cold and flu season can still put a dent in our fun fall outings. Elevated Hydration in Boise focuses on drip therapies that supply guests with vitamins to boost ...
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According to Mad Swede Brewing Owner and Head Brewer Jerry Larson, there are two rules when naming a beer. The beer has to be impossible to pronounce or what one would consider a dad joke. Owners Jerry and Susie Larson have over 30 years of brewing experience. The three-decade dedication to their craft motivated their whole family to get involved in creating and delivering quality craft beer in Idaho!Totally Boise got to go behind the scenes and see the process in which beer is brewed, canned, a...
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