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01. Ridge to Rivers Trail Map, $5
03. Lakeside Lavender Body butter, $10
It’s the perfect stocking stuffer for the local trail-o-phile in your life. Hike, run, bike, crawl—the mode doesn’t matter, as long as no one gets lost.
There’s a whole line of lush, lavender-infused, locally made spa products to choose from, but the body butter is so decadent. We know you know someone who wants some.
Shu’s Idaho Running Company
02. Sippy Cup, $10 The name of the company who makes it alone is enough to make us want to buy it. Let the little monster in your life just try to ƃing that juice from here to breakfast. Not happenin’. Not when it’s in this sippy cup by Sugar Booger. Yeah, you read right. Dragonﬂy
04. Color Changing Rubber Duckies, $2 If the standard rubber duckies aren’t enough for your kids (or, who are we kidding, enough for you), then perhaps you can learn something while bathing with your toys. The color-changing ducks will give you a reason to stay clean. Discovery Center of Idaho
05. Mustache Hooks. $9
08. Shoe Wash, $6
Perfect for the trendy hipster in your life to hang his/her hat on. Or scarf. Or tie. Or any other accessory he/she wears ironically.
Sometimes the best gifts are the ones the recipient truly needs. If you live with a stinkyfooted runner, this gift might be your favorite, too.
Shu’s Idaho Running Company
06. Salt and Pepper Shakers, $10
09. Recycled Candles, $8
Whether the object of your gift-giving affection is a culinary wizard or not, these nesting salt and pepper shakers will lend a little whimsy to your meal.
Here’s a way to feel environmentally responsible while setting the mood.
10. Build Your Own Kaleidoscope Kit, $10
07. Vintage Vinyl, $2-$10
The only thing better than staring down a scope of sparkly shapes is knowing you made it. This item is a gift that will keep your kids—or yourself—busy for hours while creating something to be proud of.
What holiday party would be complete without vintage vinyl to spin? Peruse the selection here—you’ll be sure to Ƃnd something for every music lover. Atomic Treasures
Eyes of the World Imports
Discovery Center of Idaho
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11. Simple Pleasures of Idaho Chocolates, $3 Do we really need to go into why this is an excellent gift/ stocking stuffer? Ye Olde Sweet Shop
12. Paracord Bracelets, $6 Give the outdoor enthusiast in your life a leg up on surviving emergencies with this bracelet that doubles as a lifeline. Because planning is everything, right? Boise Army Navy
13. Idaho Inmates Shot Glasses, $9
14. God Pens $8 What better way to write than to have your god there to remind you of your values (or at the very least, lack of values)? These pens showcase multiple gods and are equal opportunityâ€”theyâ€™re all the same price. Flying M Cof feehouse
15. Salt and pepper Shakers, $10 Perfectly seasoning your food is an art, so why not do it with a little art? Record Exchange
The Old Idaho State Penitentiary had some interesting inmates, and now you can drink to that. The shot glasses showcasing some of those inmates will help you drink while reminding you why not to drink too much. Idaho State Historical Museum 10 | GIFT GUIDE 2012 | BOISEweekly
01. Aztec Gourmet Hot Chocolate Mix, $13 Think winter for just a minute. Snowƃakes dancing outside your window. %ozy sweaters. Glowing Ƃre. Sharing gourmet hot cocoa from your favorite chocolate shop with someone you wanna snuggle with—that image in your head wouldn’t be complete without it.
04. Historic Boise Photos, $15 (or native Boiseans or folks all across the country, the gift of Idaho history is something you can’t beat. The photos at the Idaho Historical /useum will teach you about different parts of our past. Idaho State Historical Museum
07. Rock and Roll Kitchen Utensils, $10-$20 /usicians have to eat, too, and so do their friends. If you’ve ever wanted your favorite musician to cook you breakfast, give yourself better odds with utensils they are familiar with. ,ust be prepared to put some money in their tip jar.
05. Picnic Stix Wine Glass Holder, $13
02. Indoor Frisbee, $10-$17
With the excellent concerts in the %ity of Trees all summer long and the plethora of excellent outdoor venues, it only makes sense to gift the music/wine lover in your life this handy dandy wine glass holder. Hint, hint.
08. Queer Magnetic Poetry Kit, $14
A New Vintage Wine Shop
Eyes of the World Imports
06. Baby Bowl Set, $23
09. Edible Chemistry Kit, $17
(risbee skills don’t have to go dormant while waiting for spring. This (risbee is perfectly safe to toss around indoors— just be prepared for the recipient to beat the pants off of you come warmer weather.
It’s not the refrigerator magnet you had when you were a kid. The queer magnetic poetry kit teaches you how to be a poet while sharing who you really are.
Boise Army Navy
03. Zombie Head Mug, $15 If you put really hot coffee in this mug, it will look like the zombie’s brains are steaming. #nd that, friends, is some good old-fashioned %hristmas morning fun.
/eal time with your sister’s little monsters, er, your nieces and nephews, will be so much more fun when they can bang silverware on matching plates and bowls.
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Work is all about rewards. #nd if you are going to learn something, you might as well be able to eat your spoils afterward. This edible chemistry kit lets you have your science and eat it, too.
10. Sock Monkey Umbrella, $16 This little sock monkey guy is everywhere—even keeping the kiddos dry on a wet day. The Children’s Store
11. Deja Moo Plush Toy, $16 One thing many Idaho schoolchildren always remember from the Idaho State Historical /useum is the two-headed calf. #nd now they can take it home—kind of. Idaho State Historical Museum
12. Starlight Seasonings, $17-$34 %hances are, this gift will get you invited for dinner at least a time or two. Locally grown spices and herbs lend themselves to unique rub and blend recipes, which are then packed in wooden crates, all ready to give to your favorite carnivore. Indie Made
Discovery Center of Idaho WWW.BOISEWEEKLY.COM
13. Road ID, $20
15. Assorted Notebooks, $10-$20
Borrowing an age-old idea from the military, 4oad ID laser-engraves a virtually indestructible metal plate with the owner’s name, contact info and whatever else is desired. 8elcro attach it to an extremity, and recreate with wild abandon, knowing that if something bad happens, you will be easily identiƂed.
/ore clever than your average notebook, the selections offered by the 4: will give you motivation for whatever you write about.
Shu’s Idaho Running Company
14. Assorted Wine, varies Good wine is a holiday staple. %hoose wines from around the region and the world at locally owned stores that specialize in the good stuff. Where else can you take care of so many people on your list? Bueno Cheapo Vino, The Basque Market, Boise Co-op Wine Shop
16. Xtenex X 300 Laces, $15 Patented elastic shoelace technology produces adjustable tensioning between shoe eyelets so that pain-causing place migrationq cannot happen. Perfect noslip Ƃt turns an average running shoe into a slide-on, which means multi-sport athletes can save valuable seconds. Tri Town Boise
17. Leopard Skin Handlebar Bag, $20 Pedaling poseurs beware bike haute couture just got hotter. George’s Cycles and Fitness
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01. XOB Hats and Scarves, $26-$28
03. Garneau Thermal Cycling Shoe Covers, $35
05. Dino Mini Cakes Footprint pan, $33
07. French Country Herb Garden, $25
This line of winter-weather gear is made from woolen sweaters of winters past. Do your loved ones and the environment a warm and fuzzy solid in one fell swoop.
Wind-stopper fabric and slim insulation keep cyclists’ toes from freezing as they pedal through winter base training. With this kind of technology, there’s no excuse for staying indoors.
Can you name one little kid who wouldn’t love to have cake shaped like dinosaurs? We can’t either. Perfect for the cook who loves to bake for the kiddos.
Greenwood’s Ski Haus
Tri Town Boise
Remember not too long ago when you sauntered outside and plucked some basil from your garden to bring to your neighbors, in hopes that they would share their famous pasta sauce? This gift might just guarantee your spot at the table.
02. Bike Boise Organic cotton onEsies, $27
04. Pajaggle, $30
The Mixing Bowl
06. Owl Pillows, $33 Could there be a more perfect onesie for the babes of Boise? I think not. (Channel your inner Chandler Bing here. It totally works.)
This year the hot game is one that everyone can play together. With extra pieces you can buy separately, the only limit to the ways you can play this game is your own imagination.
Yes, owls may be the trend of the moment, but you have to admit, it’s a pretty adorable phase. And you’d like to lay your head on that. These owl pillows are one of many owl items at the store.
All About Games
Eyes of the World Imports
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08. Toast iPhone Cover, $30 It’s made from natural wood in the PaciƂc Northwest and it will protect a much–loved, can’t-really-live-without-it possession with a look and style that’s different from the rest. Love. It.
10. Lezyne Pressure Drive, $45 12. One Canoe Two letterpress 14. Full Circle Coffees, This high-pressure hand pump is desk calendar, $30 $25 for 2 pounds crafted of lightweight aluminum for fast Ƃxing of ƃats on the ƃy. Several strokes will inƃate tires up to 120 psi, which is more air pressure than any bike tire needs. Idaho Mountain Touring
This rustic lookin’, letter-pressed, handmade calendar will provide a little respite from the digital world so many of us call our day-to-day when perched in a prominent place on a desktop.
Fair-trade African coffee, roasted in Eagle. Perfect for jolting you into consciousness on Christmas morning when the kids in the house are wired and ready to go at 5 a.m.
11. Yarn Bowl, $28-$42 These performance-Ƃt ear buds are made of pliable silicone that molds to the inside of the user’s ear. Twist-lock technology ensures that they don’t bounce out while you rock out during your workout.
To a portion of the population, it looks a noodle bowl. Those who know better—including you because you pay super close attention to your loved one’s hobbies—know it’s a bowl to hold a ball of yarn. Duh.
Shu’s Idaho Running Company
09. Yurbuds, $30
13. Etched Glassware, $31-$36 Drinking is an art form. Mixing the perfect cocktail can be an art form. So, apparently, is making the actual glass. Just ask gallery owner and etched-glass artist Mark Baccay. NﬁniT Gallery
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01. Leopard Print Cruiser Saddle, $50 Sweeten your sweet cruiser with this faux leopard skin saddle by Electra. It’s wide enough for the junk in your trunk, and the fur adds a layer of cushy insulation. George’s Cycles and Fitness
03. Spooner Board, $50 It says for kids ages 3 and older, but we bet you’ll Ƃgure out a way to snag a turn on this toy. How else are you going to hone your spins, twists and slides for the slopes indoors, until there’s powder on the mountain? Penny Lane
02. Handmade Wooden Cutting Boards, $50 You can always use new cooking tools, so why not support local art with a handcrafted cutting board by Ed Steckmest. Boise Art Museum
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04. Stans Notubes Tubeless System, $69 Go the way of pro cyclists and act smarter so you can train harder. Stop stopping your ride to change ƃat tires by eliminat-
ing inner tubes and using a patented sealant inside bicycle tires/rims. You’ll thank yourself every time you pass another cyclist stopped at the roadside to replace damaged rubber. Idaho Mountain Touring
05. True Country Cooler, $65 Grab some wine, something to snack on and a few friends for a picnic in the sun, near some waves, under the stars or wherever else acrylic wine glasses and service for four might come in handy.
06. Transpack, $60 Boots: check. Hat: check. Gloves: check. Goggles: check. For anything and everything you might need for a day on the slopes, odds are pretty good that it will Ƃt in this oh-sostylish bag. Greenwood’s Ski Haus
Snake River Winery
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01. Club Ride Shirt, $110 Change your attitude and activity level, even if you don’t have Superman’s quick-change skills. This shirt pulls double duty: work by day, biker on the sly. Joyride Cycles
03. Trigger Point Foot and 05. Palisades Pack by Lower Leg Massage Kit, $110 Ruffwear, $130
07. Head Cups by Michael Corney, $80 each
Why pay $65 for a sports massage when you can DIY again and again? Designed to roll out kinks in the calves and tame taut tendons, the tools in this kit are good for the soles (and souls).
Next time Fido joins you in the backcountry, he can carry his own food (plus your beverage of choice). Durable nylon and reinforced buckles ensure your furry friend won’t lose his luggage on the trail.
These beautifully sculpted cups are one of a kind and two of a pair.
Idaho Mountain Touring
Maybe the most precious person in your life needs/wants of a little something precious of her own this holiday season. This sunshiney bauble ought to do the trick.
02. Handmade Teapot by Barb Campbell, $150
Shu’s Idaho Running Company
Tea doesn’t have to be boring—in fact, it can be rather whimsical. Plus a teapot like this is one heck of a conversation starter.
04. Big Angus Sleep Mat, $119
Boise Art Museum
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Someone near and dear to you loves to rest his or her weary head in the great outdoors after a day of hiking, biking, camping, etc. Score big, big points when you gift this super sleek insulated crash pad.
06. Nixon Rubber Watches, $125-$170
Newt & Harold’s
These super durable and stylish watches are made of rubber. Perfect for a day on the slopes, or for when you realize that you “gotta bounce.”
Boise Art Museum
08. Mustard Jasper Ring, $98
Eyes of the World
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01. Cuff Links, $175 Know someone who likes a little bling? The variety of designs and stones in these cuffs make a special gift for a very special person.
02. Nail Spike Jewelry, $260-$3,000 Local artist Robert Kaylor has a line of truly unique jewelry that incorporates nail spikes. Whether looking for something simple or a real statement piece, there are plenty to choose from at the downtown gallery. R. Grey Gallery
03. Anon Magnetic lens goggles, $200 Switching out frames on these goggles is a snap. Use one lens for early morning fog conditions, and put a different one on for the bright white of the slopes once it burns off—and never miss a run. Rad. Newt & Harold’s
04. Longboards, $130-$300 Everybody’s doing it, and Newt & Harold’s has just what you need to hang with the cool kids. Pick the board, the wheels and the stickers for a customized ride. Newt & Harold’s
05. CycleOps Jet Fluid Pro Indoor Trainer, $380 04 05
When the snow ƃies, your pedaling pal can keep spinning indoors and avoid the common pitfalls of off-season detraining. With realistic acceleration and inertia, the road feel is just as nice, minus the winter ice. Idaho Mountain Touring
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most books available at Hyde Park Books and Rediscovered Books. Call for availability.
The Cloud Collectors Handbook, $15
Rules of the Tunnel: My Brief Brontorina, $16 By James Howe Period of Madness, $16
By Gavin Pretor-Pinney Think of a guide for ƃowers or birds, but this one’s for those who like to watch the sky.
By Ned Zeman The true story of <eman’s battle with mental illness, which stripped him of his career as a successful writer for 8anity Fair and left him to rebuild his life.
Death by Black Hole: And Other Cosmic Quandaries, $16 By Neil DeGrasse Tyson Want the gory details of what would happen if you fell in a black hole? Tyson has gathered his favorite columns from his Universe column in Natural History magazine for a book even the nonscientists can enjoy.
Beyond Heaving Bosoms: The Smart Bitches Guide to Romance Novels, $15 By Sarah Wendell, Candy Tan An irreverent look at the world of romance novels. 28 | GIFT GUIDE 2012 | BOISEweekly
A children’s illustrated story of a brontosaurus who dreams of being a ballet dancer despite her size.
Fractured: Americas Broken Health Care System and Last Flight of the Scarlet What We Must Do to Heal It, Mackaw: One Woman's Fight $26 to Save the World's Most By Ted Epperly The family physician looks at Beautiful Bird, $16 By Bruce Barcott Sharon Matola’s Ƃght to save the last wild scarlet mackaws in Belize in the face of plans to build a dam that would ƃood their habitat.
The Fault in Our Stars, $18 By John Green Two teenage cancer patients face life, love and death in a skillfully crafted story.
the country’s broken health care system and offers insight into what can be done to Ƃx it.
Boise Double Take, $22 By Rich Binsacca A photographic look at Boise now and then.
1493: Uncovering the New World Columbus Created, $17 By Charles C. Mann An engaging look at how Euopean settlement in the Americas shaped the world.
Year Zero, $25 By Rob Reid It turns out aliens across the universe are hooked on Earth’s music, but all that downloading has led to the universe’s biggest copyright infringement ever. The universe is now bankrupt, Earth owns everything and the aliens are pissed. Now it’s up to a low-level entertainment lawyer to save us all.
I Want My Hat Back, $16 By Jon Klassen The children’s picture book tells the tale of a bear’s search for his beloved hat. WWW.BOISEWEEKLY.COM
How to be a Woman, $16
Don't Turn Around, $18
By Caitlin Moran A cuttingly witty look at the state of womenâ€™s rights in the modern era from a writer who weaves her own hilarious experiences into her cultural observations.
By Michelle Gagnon Noa has spend years staying off the grid, but after she wakes up on an operating table with no idea how she got there, she must team up with a computer hacker to stop a corrupt corporation. For young adult readers.
Carnival of Souls, $18 By Melissa Marr Amid a centuries-old war between daimons and witches, three teens are pulled into the dark, dangerous world of the Carnival of Souls. For young adult readers.
Sweetness at the Bottom of the Pie, $15 By Alan Bradley A classic English countryside murder mystery with an engaging and witty sleuth at its heart.
Hikers Guide Greater Boise, $20 By Scott Marchant Even if you think youâ€™ve hiked all there is in and around our fair city, thereâ€™s a good chance that local author Scott Marchant can teach you a thing or two.
Go the F##K to Sleep, $15 By Adam Mansbach This book offers a little humor to get parents through the trying event known as bedtime. And what parent hasnâ€™t muttered this to just themselves at least once? Buns in the Oven
Wonder, $16 By R.J. Palacio This young readersâ€™ book tells the story of Auggie, whose facial deformity has kept him out of school. But when he enters the classroom for the Ć‚rst time, he, his classmates and his community start a long journey toward acceptance and compassion.
Darth Vader and Son, $15 By Jeffry Brown Ever wonder what it would have been like if Darth 8ader had actually raised Luke? What kind of wacky family adventures would they have had? This illustrated book looks at the possibilities.
The Templeton Twins Have an Idea: Book One, $17 By Ellis Weiner A set of 12-year-old twinsâ€”one artistic, one analytical, both brilliantâ€”are kidnapped by a pair of adult twins in a plot to get the younger twinsâ€™ genius inventor father to turn over one of his creations. For young readers.
In the Kingdom of Men, $25 By Kim Barns A small town girl from Okalahoma ends up in the middle of a murder mystery after she and her husband move to Saudi Arabia.
Syndrome E, $27
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By Franck Thilliez When a friend goes blind after watching a Ć‚lm Ć‚lled with subliminal messages, a detective must follow the Ć‚lmâ€™s deadly path.
Telegraph Avenue, $28 By Michael Chabon When a music mega-store is set to move in near a used vinyl store, two longtime friends and business partners have to battle for their professional lives.
The Diviners, $20 By Libba Bray 120s New York is exciting for a girl living with her uncleâ€”who runs the Museum of American Folklore, Superstition and the Occultâ€”but when murders hits close to home, her mysterious power may help solve the crimes. For young adult readers.
Double Cross: The True Story of the D-Day Spies, $26 By Ben Macintyre The story of D-Day from a rarely talked-about perspective: the odd assortment of spies that made up the Double Cross System. BOISEweekly | GIFT GUIDE 2012 | 29
shopping directory A New Vintage Wine Shop 1400 N. Eagle Road, Ste. 104, Meridian, 208-855-9230, anewvino.com All About Games 7079 W. Overland Road, Boise, 208-343-5653; 120 N. Eighth St., Boise, 208-345-0204, allaboutgamesboise.com
Bricolage 418 S. Sixth St., Boise, 208-345-3718, bricoshoppe.com
Flying M Coffee Garage 1314 Second St. S., Nampa, 208-467-5533, ƃyingmcoffee.com
Buns in the Oven 413 S. Eighth St., Boise, 208-342-5683, labortolove.com
George’s Cycles and Fitness 251 E. Front St., Ste. 100, Boise, 208-343-3782; 5515 W. State St., Boise, 208-853-1964; 10178 W. Fairview Ave., Boise, 208-884-3115; georgescycles.com
Cassis Kids 819 W. Idaho St., Boise, 208-345-5501, cassiskids.com
Atomic Treasures 409 S. Eighth St., Boise, 208-344-0811
The Children’s Store 1346 S. Orchard St., Boise, 208-322-4366, childrens-store.com
The Basque Market 608 W. Grove St., Boise, 208-433-1208, thebasquemarket.com Benchmark Adventures 625 Vista Ave., Boise, 208-338-1700, benchmarkadventures.com Boise Army Navy 4924 W. Chinden Blvd., Garden City, 208-322-0660, boisearmynavy.org
Chocolat Bar 805 W. Bannock St., Boise, 208-338-7771, thechocolatbar.com Discovery Center of Idaho 131 W. Myrtle St., Boise, 208-343-9895, dcidaho.org &TCIQPƃ[ 414 W. Main St., Boise, 208-338-9234
Boise Art Museum 670 Julia Davis Drive, Boise, 208-345-8330, boiseartmuseum.org
Dunia Marketplace 1609 N. 13th St., Boise, 208-333-0535, duniamarketplace.com
Boise Co-op Wine Shop 915 N. Eighth St., Boise, 208-472-4519, boisecoopwineshop.com
Eyes of the World Imports 1576 W. Grove St., Boise, 208-331-1212, eyesoftheworldonline.com
Bueno Cheapo Vino 770 Vista Ave., Boise, 208-336-1930, buenocheapovino.com
Flying M Coffeehouse 500 W. Idaho St., Ste. 100, Boise, 208-345-4320, ƃyingmcoffee.com
Good Goods 5865 Glenwood St., Garden City, 208-377-3027, goodgoodsco.com Great Gargoyles 295 N. Orchard St., Boise, 208-375-5050, greatgargoyles.com
Indie Made 108 N. Sixth St., Boise, 208-342-0804 Joyride Cycles 1306 Alturas St., Boise, 208-947-0017, joyride-cycles.com The Mixing Bowl 216 N. Ninth St., Boise, 208-345-6025 themixingbowlboise.com Newt and Harold’s 1021 Broadway Ave., Boise, 208-385-9300, newtandharolds.com 0ƂPK6)CNNGT[ 405 S. Eighth St., Ste. 131, Boise, 208-371-0586
Greenwoods Ski Haus 2400 Bogus Basin Road, Boise, 208-342-6808, greenwoodsskihaus.com
Paisley Roberts 237 N. Ninth St., Boise, 208-345-5015, paisleyroberts.com Penny Lane Kids 1778 W. State St., Boise, 208-344-5437, pennylanekids.com
Hyde Park Books 1507 N. 13th St., Boise, 208-429-8220, hydeparkbookstore.com
Portsches Jewelry Boutique 206 N. Ninth St., Boise, 208-343-4443, portsches.com
Idaho Mountain Touring 1310 W. Main St., Boise, 208-336-3854, idahomountaintouring.com
Puffy Mondaes 200 12th Ave. S., Nampa, 208-407-3359, puffymondaes.com
Idaho State Historical Museum 610 Julia Davis Drive, Boise, 208-334-2120, history.idaho.gov
R. Grey Gallery 415 S. Eighth St., Boise, 208-385-9337, rgreygallery.com
Record Exchange 1105 W. Idaho St., Boise, 208-344-8010, therecordexchange.com Rediscovered Books 180 N. Eighth St., Boise, 208-376-4229, rdbooks.org Shu’s Idaho Running Company 1758 W. State St., Boise, 208-344-6604, idahorunningcompany.com Snake River Winery 786 Broad St., Boise, 208-345-9463, snakeriverwinery.com Tri Town Boise 1517-1/2 N. 13th St., Boise, 208-297-7943, tritownboise.com Ye Olde Sweet Shop 99 E. State St., Eagle, 208-938-2639
advertiser directory Addie’s
All About Games
Boise Art Glass
Boise Art Museum
Boise Rock School
Barbara Barbara and Co. 14
The Board Room
The Basque Market
Boise Factory Outlets
Bogus Basin Mountain Recreation Area
Dorsey Music &TCIQPƃ[
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Edwards Greenhouse Famous Idaho Potato Bowl
Flying M Coffeehouse and Flying M Coffeegarage 11
Idaho Shakespeare Festival Jensen Stern MK Nature Center Moxie Java
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Newt and Harold’s
Rediscovered Bookshop 14 Renewal Consignment Homewares
Salt Tears Coffeehouse and Noshery 23 Social Good Network
North End Organic Nursery
Think Boise First
Greenwoods Ski Haus
Treasure Valley Institute for Children’s Art 27 Treefort Music Fest
Tres Bonne Cuisine
The Weekend Gallery