Sun rays and water sprays mixed with live music waves as Boise kicked off the 31st anniversary of Alive After Five. The popular event has returned to a newly improved plaza after a year of construction.
A choir group from Spokane's Whitworth University surprised guests at the Guggenheim art museum in Bilbao, Spain over Memorial Day Weekend with a surprise flash-mob style performance of "Hark, I Hear the Harps Eternal." Video of the performance sparked quite a bit of attention on Facebook.
Anime Oasis came to the Grove Plaza over Memorial Day weekend for the 15th installment of the convention. There, many fans of anime (Japanese animation) dress as their favorite characters, a practice known as cosplaying.
David Roberts, brand manager (and "beer guy") for Bittercreek Alehouse, Red Feather Lounge and Pollo Rey in Boise, talks about Pollo Rey's new split personality. The restaurant, which will close Aug. 7, is the new pop-up music venue for B-AMP (Boise All-ages Movement Project).
Simply Cats, the no-kill cat shelter in Boise, invites the public in to stretch out and relax with some of its rescues in its Cat Yoga classes ($10 a class). All of the money from classes goes to the shelter.
Former Beach Boy Brian Wilson has overcome a number of obstacles in his life and remains a music legend. Idaho Statesman columnist Tim Woodward reported on "how effortless Wilson made it look to play music" at his Morrison Center performance in April 2017.
Filmmaker and actress April Matson got quite a surprise when she watched the trailers at The Flicks on Tuesday, May 2. The last one featured her boyfriend Scott Grady as he walked into the theater and proposed. Does she say yes?