Christine Thomas, a musician and artist, keeps a garden on the Boise Bench. It's a life-filled celebration of color and creativity. She's one of the participants in the 2017 Idaho Botanical Garden's Private Garden Tour on Sunday, June 11 on the Boise Bench. The tour is a fundraiser for IBG programs and community projects.
Three-year-old Evelyn Lewis was unable to stand in mid-May, but her parents couldn't figure out why. After a trip to the doctor's office turned up a tick in the toddler's hair and a diagnosis of tick paralysis, her symptoms disappeared.
Cindy Wilson, government teacher at Capital High School, often talks to students about placing her daughter for adoption — and reconnecting with her 30 years later. She encourages students to reflect on experiences that color their lives as well.
Vincenzo Trattoria at 6970 W. State St. in Boise brings a new authentic Italian dining experience to the Treasure Valley. Chef Vincenzo Nicoletta, born in the Amalfi Coast region of Southern Italy, shares generational recipes with his new Boise locale after 20 years in Santa Monica, Calif.
The internet has been abuzz lately with cute videos of goats wandering through yoga classes. It seemed like a perfect fit for yoga teacher and goat owner Emily Nielsen. Here's how the practice has fared at her Boise studio.
Idaho Statesman gardening columnist Margaret Lauterbach gives the definitive answer to the pesky and perennial question: Which zone are we in? Plus she has a few key pieces of advice specific to Boise gardeners.
In words and song, Gary Eller tells the story of Mary Hallock, one of the most famous woman artists of the time, and her husband, Arthur Foote, who planned the Boise irrigation system. They lived near Lucky Peak Dam in the late 1800s.