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Stepping Inside Your Own World –

VR1 Arcade Story  Veronica Lemaster   Photos  Kimberlee Miller Imagine being able to travel anywhere without leaving the Treasure Valley, or without leaving an 8×8 box. At VR1 Arcade, opportunities on where to go and what to do are endless. ...

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Local Artist Kevin McCain

Living and Painting in the West By Chelsea Chambers  Photos Kimberlee Miller “Impressionism—it is the birth of light in painting.” – Robert Delaunay, French painter Inspired by French and California Impressionists, Kevin McCain, local artist, has been painting scenery and ...

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The Beauty of Home

Watercolor artist Laurie Asahara on art and Idaho By Liza Long Photos Kimberlee Miller From the lush tropical landscape of her native home, Hawaii, to the rolling hills and fields of Eagle, Idaho, watercolor artist Laurie Asahara creates luminous interpretations ...

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Natural Talent

 Local Talent Teams Up for Amazon Prime True.Health Show By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson “The day we launched True.Health on Amazon Prime was the day I celebrated 30 years in clinical practice,” beamed Dr. Michael Karlfeldt, a naturopath whose mission is ...

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Risk Taker & Rule Breaker

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photo by Jim Peterson When Eagle resident Matt Rissell ran into issues keeping track of his employees at Cartridge World, he looked for a solution. Not finding one, he created his own with former roommate ...

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Delivering Love, Laughter, and Lasting Mementos

Story by Ashley Hand, Photos by Jim Peterson The first things you’re likely to notice about Andy Morris are her striking auburn hair and bright smile; she’s got colorful tattoos on her forearms, wears little to no makeup, and is ...

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Artist Byron Schexnayder Helps Preserve Local History

Story by Pamela Kleinbrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson Eagle’s colorful history is now accessible in black and white. A series of large-scale sketches depicting iconic scenes from Eagle’s history is hanging in Eagle City Hall. A four part series of drawings by ...

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Gerry Tsuruda: Images of Idaho

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Gerry Tsuruda decided to retire to Eagle, Idaho in 2013, but the contours, nooks, and crannies of Idaho captured the imagination of this prolific photographer and his grand intention to retire was quickly dispelled. Captivated by ...

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Festive Connections

Local Garden Designer Shares Her Bond with People and Plants that is as Natural as the Atmospheres She Designs story and photos by Andrea Niederer Kecia Carlson clearly remembers where her inherent connection to gardening was first cultivated. Growing up, ...

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Bridging The Gap

Rebuilding Generations Brings Together the Old and New by Brittany Sailors, photos by Jim Peterson Idaho is a state with no shortage of car enthusiasts, as is evidenced by the nearly twenty auto shows scheduled within the next thirty days ...

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