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Eagle River Coffee Says Thanks a Latte’

New Neighborhood Shop Hits Its Caffeinated Stride By Brad Carlson  Photos Jim Peterson For more than a decade, local businessman Larry Ralston had been a loyal customer of the Starbucks on East Plaza Drive. When the Starbucks moved to a ...

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Romance novelist Rachel Gibson

By Brad Carlson    Photography Kimberlee Miller In 1991, a dozen years after she graduated from Boise High School, Rachel Gibson took the first step on a path that would lead her to become a New York Times and USA ...

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All Hands on Deck!

Everything in life remains the same By Julie Cantlon This is no ordinary house of cards. Rather, the 55-year-old ladies’ Eagle Pinochle Club has become an institution. The club was founded in 1962 when their volunteer fireman husbands were spending ...

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Talking Points (Sept/Oct)

By: Patricia Minkiewicz   It does not take long for newcomers to notice the respect the city of Eagle has for its history. A walk along the State Street village downtown area features many old preserved buildings that successfully remain occupied ...

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Toby Davis Art

Story by Bethany Nitz-Maile | Photos by Jean Wolford Treasure Valley denizens will recognize more than a few local hot spots in Toby Davis’ oil paintings. The Olympic Hotel, the 8th Street Thomas and Hammer coffee shop and the 10 Barrel ...

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Redlan’s Gentelman’s Grooming: A Cut Above the Rest

Story by Pamela Kleibrink Thompson | Photo by Jim Peterson   Personally, I just got tired of getting my hair jacked up from other salons and barbers, so I started cutting my own hair, then gradually started cutting friends’ hair,” said ...

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Blane and Angela: Life is About Getting Back Up

Story by Amber Henning | Photo by Lucas Hitchcock Back in 2007, when Blane and Angela Russell were first profiled in the Destination Eagle Magazine, things were a little different. At the top of their game as the owners of ...

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Idaho Perio

Story by Kathy Jo Lynne | Images by Ron Huckins   What’s the first thing you notice when you arrive for an appointment at Idaho Perio, beyond the beautifully decorated waiting room and friendly office staff?  My guess is that ...

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Weekend Getaway!

Story by Drew Dodson | Photos Submitted   If you’re curious to learn about Eagle’s burgeoning wine industry, you may be interested in the upcoming “Taste the Terroir” Eagle Community Dinner, held in Lakeshore Plaza. The event will celebrate Eagle’s ...

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Eagle Vineyards

In the wine industry, an AVA designates a specific geographic region as historically and topographically distinct, producing wines with distinguishable characteristics. Historically, most wine grown in Idaho, as well as some areas of eastern Oregon, had been a part of ...

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