by Steve Moe
A former stripper recalls that Kellogg in the 1960s had huge numbers of people doing it, and it was the hardest job in town, but it wasn’t what you think.
by Ashley Mayes
When this boomtown sprang up in the early 1860s, its mountain goldfields were among the richest per square foot in America, but that’s all gone back to the ghosts.
How Not to Canoe
by Alex Thatcher
Two guys in white water on Mores Creek at spring runoff is no problem at all, unless they can’t keep the canoe pointed in the right direction.
Comment: Blows against the Hivemind
Boise: The Silent Stage; Stunned by Trauma and Culture Shock, Idaho’s Refugee Students Cope By Making Art, by Olivia Sorensen
Boise: Backyard Boogie; Summer Concerts off the Tour, by Nancy Neely
Ashton: R.I.P.; A Century Later, Ashton Claims Her Own, by Joyce Edlefsen
Hells Canyon: Along Johnson Bar; A Horseman Recounts His Solo Ride Through Hells Canyon, at Age Four, by Billy Jim Wilson
Grace: Coming of Age; Two Grand, a New Rig, And the Follies of Youth, by Bill Corbett
Cobalt: The Wagon Thief; A Small Crime, a Lifetime of Regret, by Russell Steele
Statewide: Literary Idaho; For a Bunch of Non-Joiners, Our Writers Have Plenty of Groups, by Amanda Turner
Sawtooths: What about the Greenhorns?; A High-Mountain Storm Hardly Leaves Time to Worry about Novices, By Daniel Claar
Recipe Contest: Vanilla Bean and Honey Cheesecake with Cherry Brandy Sauce and Brandy Mascarpone Cream, by Angela Tandy; Mushroom, Shrimp and Scallop Fettuccine with Parmesan and Rosemary, by Meesha Tavares and Aaron Williams
IN THIS ISSUE!
Boise, Caldwell, Cobalt, Coeur d’Alene, Florence, Garden City, Grace, Hailey, Hells Canyon, Kellogg, Ketchum, Lewiston, Mores Creek, Nampa, Pocatello, Riggins, Sandpoint, Sawtooth Range, Twin Falls