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Our Best Bites

Culinary tips and tricks from Sara Wells’ Eagle, Idaho kitchen By Nicole Sharp Photography by Pete Grady Five years ago, two friends, Sara Wells in Idaho, and Kate Jones in Louisiana, started a food blog. The modest goal of Our ...

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Who You Gonna Call?

When you need an executive producer for a life changing film, try Ghostbusters’ Ernie Hudson. By Kate Matthews Photography by Copper Chadwick Ernie Hudson takes his eggs fried hard, his bacon crispy, his toast wheat, and his coffee black. Or ...

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Stories of a Lifetime

Local author chronicles veterans and families to preserve their history. By Kristen Lynch Photography by Candace Sweet Americans love the underdog. We resonate to stories of those Davids who defeat their personal Goliaths, perhaps rising from humble and adverse circumstances, ...

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Get Real

The Real Food Movement gains ground in Eagle. By Shawn King Photography by Candace Sweet “The closer we get to the dirt as consumers, the happier and healthier we’ll be.” Though this statement is probably not accepted as an axiom ...

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A Modern Classic

Sometimes the simplest designs and details create the most elegant space. By Shawn King Photography by Pete Grady The Two Rivers subdivision in Eagle displays some of the Treasure Valley’s finest properties, many of which distinguish themselves as splendid examples ...

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Blast From the Past

Cold winters were part of the landscape for Eagle’s first farmers. By Nicole Sharp Photography Courtesy of Eagle Historical Society What makes an island in the middle of the desert? The modern community of Eagle, Idaho was originally developed on ...

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Portrait of an Artist

Nicole Christensen expresses herself in multiple media. By Laura Wolstenhome Photography by James Max Nicole Christensen is an artist, in every sense of the word. The Eagle resident sings, paints, and writes, expressing herself through a variety of media. Singing ...

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Porterhouse Bourbon and Molasses Short Ribs

These fall-off-the-bone-tender beef short ribs are the kind of old-fashioned comfort food that chilly winter days were made for.  It’s really a rather simple recipe to accomplish and a wonderful dish for serving guests of up to eight.   16 ...

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Planet Neptune

Meet the man behind the Eagle Terrain Park By Mark Stanley Photography by Tia Markland Crabtree

 If Ryan Neptune is an artist, his canvass is frozen water and steel. His creation is shared experience.

 The Boise businessman has been a ...

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Giving Local

Local opportunities for charitable giving abound in the Eagle community. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Kate Matthews When it comes to sustaining a vibrant and healthy local economy, supporting local charities and good works is just as important as ...

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