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A River Runs By It: Banks Cafe and Store

By Pamela Kielbrink Thompson, Photography by Lance Thompson The new owners of the Banks Café and Store are turning this century-old convenience stop into a high country dining destination. An easy 40 minute drive from Eagle on Highway 55, the ...

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Indulgence

By Amy Larson, Photography by Marshall Nichols On the first Thursday of every month, the Village at Meridian hosts a special event called “Escape to the Village.” I took a few of my friends, and being four hard-working women in ...

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Padlo’s Art: Driven by Nostalgia

By Brad Carlson, Photography by Jim Peterson Ring pops, robots, flying saucers and other bright reminders of the early Atomic Age seem to jump off John Padlo’s canvas, signaling his unique artistic voice. From a single lipstick container or wrapped ...

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2015 Holiday Gift Guide

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, and Santa’s elves tell us that Eagle’s small businesses are on the “nice” list. Make your holiday shopping hassle-free and support our community by buying local this season. We’ve asked some of our ...

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Joie de Vivre

From fine dining to world class events, Le Chateau des Fleurs in Eagle encourages the art of living. By Liza Long, Photography courtesy of Tribe Creative Media Our week had been even more frantic than normal, with 5:30 a.m. flights ...

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Walking into Autumn

By Liza Long, Photography by Liza Long “Nature’s first green is gold; her hardest hue to hold.”—Robert Frost Fall has always been my favorite season. It’s nature’s fabulous 50-something woman, as glorious as she will ever be, decked out in ...

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Fall into Fun

Eagle Island State Park Now Has a Zip Line! By Jennifer Orklund Eagle Island State Park just may be the Treasure Valley’s best kept secret. Minutes from Eagle, Star and Meridian, the park boasts an array of fun, family-friendly recreation ...

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All in the Family

An Eagle Family Restaurant and Coaching Legend Faces His Biggest Challenge By Liza Long, Photography courtesy of Corta Family Ask Doug’s Burger Den manager Teresa Freinwald what she likes best about her job, and she doesn’t hesitate for a minute. ...

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Breaking Barrier Biases

Andy Johnson – paving the path for acceptance, inclusion, and health. By Chelsea Chambers, Photography by Phil White “Life’s too short for people to feel like there’s something wrong with them.” –Andy Johnson Andy Johnson has a noble aspiration for ...

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Bubble Soccer Idaho

By Nicole Sharp, Photography by Eagle Magazine Staff Finding a niche market, creating a successful business, and developing a few franchises is a sound plan if you want to be your own boss. It’s the way many successful businesses have ...

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