Break a Leg
by David Anthony Smith
A leading actor in the Idaho Shakespeare Festival offers a behind-the-scenes account of what it takes to stage a play.
by Kennie Lyn Klingback
A lifelong resident of this hamlet north of Boise recounts its changes throughout her life and those of her ancestors, going back to the 1870s.
by Mike Cothern
The author joins researchers chronicling a pioneer freight route through Twin Falls County for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.
Comment: What Do You Think?
Owyhee River: Deep Creek; Canoeing Idaho’s Desert Canyons, by Sheila Robertson
Archer: The Funeral Singer; In the Snake River Valley, Verge Young Sang for All the Deceased, Even Himself, by Steven Hall
Twin Falls: The Heyburn Legacy; How a Country School Acquired Idaho’s Largest Private Collection of Paintings, by Teddy Khteian-Keeton
Ashton: At the Derby; Every February, Ashton Goes to the Dogs, by Ward Stevens
Burgdorf: Sorry, Boss, Stuck at the Hot Springs; Getting There Was Tough, But Leaving Is Even Harder, by Daniel Claar
Soda Springs: A Piece of Change; In the Old Days, Farming Idaho Cost Less but Took a Lot Longer, By Bill Corbett
Idaho at Large: Ski Idaho, not Des Moines, By Steve Carr
Book Review: Perseverance; The Bluebird Will Sing Tomorrow, Memoirs of Velma V. Morrison as told to Kitty Delorey Fleischman, Reviewed by Kate Lovan
Recipe Contest: Beef Bites with Peanut Bourbon Sauce; and Beef and Smoked Mozzarella Stuffed Focaccia with Pesto, both recipes courtesy of the Idaho Beef Council
IN THIS ISSUE!
Archer, Ashton, Boise, Burgdorf, Castleford, Idaho Falls, Lava Hot Springs, Lewiston, Owyhee River, Pierce, Soda Springs, Stanley, Sweet, Twin Falls