With a trout on the line, the world became James Carlin's oyster
By Jennifer Liebrum
Can a 16-year-old, fly-tying prodigy apply his skills and hard-earned patience to save the environment? When James Carlin was 8, [...]
A Walk Through Idaho's Forests and Into the Secret Life of Trees
Laurie Sammis
Trees are the breath of planet earth. They are vital to life on land, acting as air purifiers that filter [...]
The Sun Valley area boasts a diverse and cosmopolitan art community. Here is a sampling of what's in store at galleries in the next few months.
OCTOBER EXHIBITIONS BROCHOFSKY GALLERIES October – December “American Art” Works from the early explorer artists interpreting the west through new [...]
A Primer on Local Life in the Mountains
Caroline Albro
Greg Randolph knows what it means to be a local. Having grown up in McCall and lived in the Wood [...]
Finding Solace in Idaho’s Land of Plenty
By Kate Hull
Our access to the outdoors is our identity and intrinsically interwoven into our life here in the mountains of Idaho ... [...]
The Simple Art of Drinking for Your Health
Paulette Phlipot
The history of tea dates back thousands of years and is deeply embedded in cultures from China to India and [...]
How PEMF Therapy Works With Circulation in the Body
Laurie Sammis
Did you know that the heart accounts for only about twenty percent of the total circulation in the human body? [...]
New and Hot Topics in Architecture, Building and Designs
This past year has seen an increased focus on all things home and family, especially as we all find ourselves [...]
Three locals make a mark on the fashion world
By Kate Hull
Blame it on the fresh mountain air—how could it not spark creativity?—or maybe even the mountain town pace, but whatever [...]
Stories of love, connection and community during the COVID-19 crisis
Words & Photos By Angie Smith
Finding meaning, connection and humanity together through the telling of real human stories from the frontlines of the pandemic, taken at a distance through the lens of photographer Angie Smith. [...]
By Kate Hull
In the lounge at Ketchum’s new downtown hotel, Limelight, patrons are welcomed with brightly hued chairs, an array of cozy [...]
Salmon River steelhead, lesser known than salmon, face equally difficult challenges
Brent Lawson
While the plight of wild salmon is often the subject of great debate and policy fights, the challenges Salmon River [...]
By Kate Hull
Brooke Camps and Brooks Pierce met while at a small bank in Winston-Salem, N.C., where they were completing a risk [...]