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    Beautiful Eagle home doubles as an event venue

Patio Mania

Courtyard Elegance in Eagle for unique patio accessories. Long summer days and cool evenings with useful items that comfort, protect, organize and entertain.   Meori If you’re hitting the Shakespeare Festival this is must!  The name meori marries two Japanese ...

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Spring Brings Patio Dining

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson BARDENAY Gaze on the Greenbelt or shimmering pond while you dine among flowering cascades of color on Bardenay’s spacious patio. The first restaurant in the United States to include an in-restaurant distillery in 2000, Bardenay’s ...

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Plein Air in Plain Sight

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson & Jean Wolford It’s almost summer and color is blooming everywhere. Mother Nature will inspire more than 50 artists who will paint, draw, and sketch the natural landscape at the 3rd Annual ...

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Channel Your Garden Fever

Story by Andrea Bruce-Niederer, Photos by Amanda Bruce-Niederer  After a long winter, the incredible beauty of spring has a way of stimulating our senses and propelling us into the garden.  However, with so many gardening possibilities in our sunny climate ...

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Top Doctors: Treasures of the Treasure Valley

STORY BY PAMELA KLEIBRINK THOMPSON  |  PHOTOS PROVIDED BY DOCTORS EAGLE ACUPUNCTURE Eagle residents have access to outstanding care from medical professionals at two regional health systems–St. Luke’s and St. Alphonus–as well as other local providers. Here are some of ...

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Virtual Reality Arrives in Idaho

Story by Brandi Roberts, Photos by Jim Peterson Your castle is being attacked by a scrambling horde of little paper men yielding shields and swords. You have a bow and arrow and must quickly launch an attack against them. They ...

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Meg Glasgow: Helping Artists Soar in Eagle

Story by Pamela Kleinbrink Thompson, Photos by Jim Peterson “Making beautiful things is in my blood,” observes Meg Glasgow, owner of Finer Frames. Her father was a charcoal artist and cabinet maker. Her mother’s preferred medium was quilting. Glasgow’s daughter Emily ...

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Rembrandt’s Reimagined

Rembrandts Reimagines

by Brittany Sailors If you live in Eagle, you are likely familiar with the little church-turned-coffeehouse proudly standing along Eagle Rd, in the heart of our city. Rembrandt’s Coffeehouse has become a community staple since opening its doors in 2004. ...

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New Year, New You

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson The New Year is a time to set goals for improvement, whether it is to establish a new fitness regimen, improve our skills or increase our knowledge, get a check up on finances, find ways to save money or ...

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The Magnificent 7

by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson FITTING INTO FITNESS It’s a New Year’s tradition to reevaluate our health and fitness goals.. These days more and more fitness enthusiasts are choosing local hot yoga, Pilates, barre or CrossFit alternatives to the large one-size-fits-all health clubs. The ...

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