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Landis Creates Large-scale Art, Drop by Drop, in New Studio

by Brad Carlson, photography by Jim Peterson Artist Renee Landis has something in common with various popular music performers whose work frequently inspires her: She moved from a homely garage to a concert venue. Visitors to Revolution Concert House & ...

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Edgewood Spring Creek – Eagle Island

by Brad Carlson, photography by Jim Peterson On a walk through Edgewood’s new senior living community in northwest Eagle, amenities seem easier to spot than hallways thanks to an open layout and bright atmosphere. The inviting design is one reason ...

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Craft-beer Customers Flow into New Eagle Triple Tap

by Brad Carlson, photography by Jim Peterson To the father-son team of former law enforcement officers running Eagle Triple Tap, everything has to be done the right way. No detail is left unattended, from the beautifully crafted relaxed atmosphere to ...

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Face to Face with Tracey Andrus

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, photography by Jim Peterson As one of three daughters of former Governor Cecil Andrus, Tracy Andrus understands the importance of vision, perseverance, and passion.  She recently shared with us what she likes best about the Gem ...

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Art in Canvas and Glass

by Lonni Leavitt Barker, photography by Jim Peterson Stephen Douglas is a visionary. For years, he’s believed if he builds “it”, they will come. His “it” is a world class art gallery, the likes of which you would find in ...

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Go Organic

Shop Local with Boise Co-op by Bavani Purushothaman, photography by Jim Petertson A successful store is one that learns about its community and tailors its products and services to fit the needs and tastes of its customers.  What struck me ...

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Young at Any Age

Idaho Center for Regenerative Medicine Helps Clients Look and Feel Their Best by Liza Long, photography by Jim Peterson When I first met Dr. Robert Haake at his Eagle clinic, I thought he had stepped right out of a Norman ...

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Art classes at Eagle Art Gallery

My father the artist, by Tia Crabtree I recently went to my father’s house and saw these lovely watercolors on the wall. I found this to be rather intriguing, his walls are typically blank, most likely due to his PTSD ...

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Equine Therapy: Diana Lincoln-Haye

Horses for wellness By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photography by Jim Peterson Eagle resident Diana Lincoln-Haye doesn’t horse around when treating her patients. Lincoln-Haye MS, LPC, NCC has loved and been around horses her entire life. Before moving to Eagle, she lived on a horse and cattle ranch in ...

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GRIT Finds Early Fit as Restaurant Starts Well

A new culinary landmark in Eagle By Brad Carlson, Photography by Jim Peterson Except for the shine inside, Eagle’s newish Grit American Cuisine looks long-established. Meat-cutting entrepreneur Dave Faulk and Marineturned- chef Paul Faucher says Grit (styled GRIT with two-segment “I”) started strongly because the ...

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