A Trip to the Top of Boise
A trip to the top of Boise
Idaho Statesman reporter Sven Berg and ESI project engineer Adam Johnson take us up the 310-foot crane at City Center Plaza, a 22,000 square foot, 9-story office building under construction in the heart of Downtown Boise.
Founder and director Colby Akers shares his history in kickstarting Freak Alley Gallery in downtown Boise.
(Video by Grace Gibney)
JUMP in Progress
Photo by JUMP photographer Michael McCullough
A wintry look at the progress of Jack's Urban Meeting Place - or JUMP as it's quickly becoming known. Once complete, this downtown Boise location plans to be a celebration of creativity and inspiration, a place for the community to participate in a kaleidoscope of ever-changing activities, events, and programs.READ MORE
A Look Back at Hackfort2
A snapshot of Hackfort 2, which convened Boise’s developers, creatives and tech talent to learn, share and be inspired to play a transformative role in Boise’s future. A key theme was the Intersection of Technology and Civic Life, and the City of Boise was proud to have been a part of it, March 26-28 in Downtown Boise.
Sponsored by: Boise State University, Metageek, Knight Foundation, Perkins Coie, Kindness, City of Boise, Balihoo, Idaho Dept. of Commerce, Kount, C.K. Haun & Karen Meyer, WhiteCloud Analytics, IdahoPTech Network, Choose Idaho, HP, and Boise Code Camp.
A JUMP Boise Sunset
Photo by Michael McCullough
A beautiful Boise sunset over one of downtown Boise's newest additions, JUMP Boise. JUMP (Jack's Urban Meeting Place) is an interactive creative center and community gathering place.
10 Best Brunch Spots in America
Photo by Fork & Men's Journal
Men's Journal named Boise's Fork as one of the 10 Best Brunch Spots in America, noting, 'The menu at Fork, located in downtown Boise, has an emphasis on food from the area around Boise (and the Northwest in general). The brunch menu includes a number of savory-looking egg dishes, doughnuts with a dipping sauce, and the delicious-sounding Zeppole Toast.'...(and we must note, the expansive Bloody Mary Bar featured above!)
2015 Twilight Criterium
2015 Twilight Criterium Bike Race through downtown Boise
Thousands of spectators watched professional and amateur cyclists compete on the streets of downtown Boise on July 11 at the annual Twilight Criterium.
Rhodes Park- A Skateboarders Paradise
For many kids, skateboarding isn’t just a hobby, but a way of life. Glenn Rhodes recognized this in 1992 and originally designed a multi-use park with modular features. This park was redesigned in 2016 by Grindline Skateparks, with help from the J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family foundation, Rhodes Park's 1.28 acres is now a skater’s paradise.