Long Nights Drinking Wine
by Sheila Robertson
A participant in the 1970s rebirth of Idaho’s 19th Century wine industry examines the craft and business, then and now.
by Mark Krepps
This onetime mining boomtown has dwindled, but it’s still a Boise Basin attraction.
by Julie Whitesel Weston
A lawyer and author profiles her nonagenarian mother, respected Idaho artist Marie Whitesel.
Comment: From Our Files
This Hunting Life: The Primordial Chord; A Turkey Hunter’s Direct Line to Happiness, By Randy King
Book Excerpt: Spy Mom; Adventures in Boise of a Soccer Mom Turned Private Eye and Her New Partner, By Val Agosta with Dee Axelrod
Memoir: The Button Jar; Saved by Sewing, By Donna Caprai Jones
Around the Bend: Hostages at Lynx Creek; Trapped Near Atlanta by a Fluffy Supplicant, By Daniel Claar
Young Writers: She Belongs to the River, By Jonathan Ung
Book Review: A Century of Idaho Parks Captured in Stories and Photos, By Kitty Delorey Fleischman
Breaking the Mold: All-American Girl; She Takes Down Injury and Doubt for the Count, By Kyah Larson, with Kimberli Reynolds
Essay: The Mandolin; On Endings, Late Starts, and New Beginnings, By Desiré Aguirre
Recipe Contest: Beef Crostini with Balsamic Drizzle & Parmesan Crisps, Courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council; Tofu Enchiladas, By Kitty Fleischman; Alicia’s Plenty of Pleasure Pizookie, By Alicia Vuittonet
IN THIS ISSUE!
Atlanta, Boise, Coeur d’Alene, Meridian, Midvale, Payette River, Placerville, Priest River, Sandpoint