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Imperium Cinema

Local filmmakers Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Lance Thompson Jake Fullilove’s neighbors have gotten used to seeing crowds of kids making films near his residence in Eagle. Jake became fascinated with film at the tender of age of ...

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Eagle Painter evokes moods, emotional connections

Story and Photography by Ken Levy Dreamy, moody and intimately personal, the tonalist paintings of Sherri Carter transcend merely capturing a place or a landscape. They become deeply emotional expressions of what she feels about what she’s seen. The Eagle ...

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Playing in the Big League

Local company creates special effects for John Travolta film. By Catrine McGregor Photography by Copper Chadwick At first look, Boise resident Jesse Cordtz is not a likely person to be associated with John Travolta. I first met Jesse several years ...

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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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Fresh-Faced Talent

In anticipation of Fresco Arts Acadamy’s Winter Showcase, Eagle Magazine introduces three up-and-coming artists. By Pamela Kleibrink Thompson Photography by Copper Chadwick Eagle’s Fresco Arts Academy is a unique magnet school, which nurtures budding musicians, dancers and artists. Italian for “fresh,” ...

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The Rolling Stones Project to Play Boise

On Saturday, November 2, Idaho Live will present “The Rolling Stones Project,” live at the historic Egyptian Theater in downtown Boise. This evening of world-class blues, jazz, rock and world music will be performed by Rolling Stones touring band members; ...

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The Presentation Sensation

Eagle start-up Klowd.com has the art of public speaking down to a science By Laura Wolstenholme Photography Courtesy of Klowd.com How was your last presentation? Fabulous, I’m sure. Your preparation was meticulous, your graphics gorgeous, and somebody laughed at your ...

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The Arts: Setting The Stage

The debut of Eagle Children’s Theater brings down the house and gives Eagle youth (and their parents) something to cheer about By Nicole Sharp Photography by Nena Earl This past May, Amy Janson opened the doors of Eagle Children’s Theater ...

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The Arts: Psalm Sings of Life

Singer/Songwriter Naomi Psalm’s life has all the markings of a true musician on the verge of greatness. By Nicole Sharp Photography by Copper Chadwick Naomi Psalm grew up surrounded by music. Her parents, who Psalm describes as “free spirited hippie ...

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