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JUNE 2018 PUBLISHER

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Men of Boise, WHILE WE WILL CELEBRATE THE DADS IN OUR LIVES ON FATHER’S DAY, JUNE 17, YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A FATHER TO FIND SOMETHING YOU’LL ENJOY IN THESE PAGES.    In this issue, we’ll introduce you to some influential men in our community. Learn about what makes them unique and how they’re impacting our great city. If you haven’t already, you’ll probably run into one—or several—of them out on the town!   Preparing for a night out with the guys? We’ll show you the perfect places to grab a drink, get a Signature Beardsmithing haircut or just catch up with friends.   We really enjoyed getting to know Ron Richards and his Indian motorcycle in our Drivers Notebook.  It reminded me of my early days growing up in a family of

Vince Gewalt | Vince.Gewalt@LifestylePubs.com CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

Julie Meyer, Roger Phillips, Anjanette Sabin CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

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CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER CHIEF SALES OFFICER CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DIRECTOR OF MARKETING ART DIRECTOR OPERATIONS DIRECTOR EDITORIAL MANAGER EDITORIAL AD MANAGER AD COORDINATORS

Harley-Davidson riders. We also introduce you to a father-son team who share their favorite things with us

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as well as a local musician that is sure to entertain. Finally, we put a spotlight on men’s health. It’s been months since many of us made New Year’s resolution to focus on our health and now’s the perfect time for a check-in.   Happy Father’s Day.

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phone number is 208.573.9143. The cover photograph on the May issue is of Payette Lake, not Lake Cascade. 6

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INSIDE THE ISSUE JUNE 2018

FEATURES 24 Keep Burning Orangetheory Coaches Parker Gordon and Grady Davies Present Some Key Exercises to Achieve Maximum Results

28 Men of Influence Making Our Community a Better Place to Live

34 Rolling into Summer A Mountain Bike Ride is the Perfect Way to Get Outdoors

38 Unique Local Hangouts Three Local Hot Spots to Check Out

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22 Back Stage 24 Healthy Lifestyle 34 Water & Woods 38 Hot Spot 44 Driver’s Notebook 46 Open House 52 Lifestyle Calendar 54 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES

Zoo Boise Gorongosa Exhibit Groundbreaking The city of Boise and Friends of Zoo Boise leaders broke ground on the new Gorongosa National Park Exhibit, which will expand the zoo’s footprint by 1.5 acres. The exhibit will generate $2 million toward efforts in Mozambique to protect wild elephants, lions, zebras and more.

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GOOD TIMES

C of I Faculty and Staff Years of Service Appreciation Dinner The College of Idaho’s longtime faculty and staff members were recognized at its annual Faculty and Staff Years of Service Appreciation Dinner. Those who have served 15 years or more include Kerry Hunter, Jasper LiCalzi, Bev Robinson, James Dull, Allan Laird, Ignacio Martnez, Amy Truksa and Deb Yates. Photography by Adam Eschbach. ​

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SODA STOP CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING, RIBBON-CUTTING

Roadhouse restaurant, a Managing Partner of the Year ring and a gold belt buckle.

Soda Stop, 6026 Birch Lane in Nampa, has cele-

Dale has been the managing partner of the Boise

brated its formal ribbon-cutting and grand opening

location at 3801 E. Fairview Ave. for eight years. This

event. Soda Stop is a member of the chambers of

is his second year as a finalist for the award.

commerce in Nampa, Boise and Meridian, as well as the Idaho Hispanic Chamber. Soda Stop has operated in soft open mode

WOMEN’S AND CHILDREN’S ALLIANCE AWARDED GRANT

since February 14. In early March, the shop was

The Women’s and Children’s Alliance was awarded

issued a beer and wine permit and has part-

a grant of $5,339 from the Gladys E. Langroise Advised

nered with local Nampa brewers Mother Earth to

Fund in the Idaho Community Foundation. The funds

choose a selection of their beers.

will be used to provide counseling services to children

Additionally, a breakfast menu has been rolled

who have been impacted by domestic violence.

out, available 8 a.m. to 11 a.m., along with bagel

“Exposure to—and abuse itself—can have

sandwiches and yogurt parfaits available all day.

lasting physical, emotional and developmental

More menu additions include featured half and

impacts on a child— even into adulthood,” Bev La

whole sandwich combos. With the launch of grand

Chance, WCA deputy director, says. “The WCA

opening comes extended morning and evening

strives to provide tools for those impacted by the

hours, as well as being open on Sundays.

trauma of abuse so they may find freedom and

BOISE MANAGER NAMED FINALIST FOR PARTNER OF THE YEAR AWARD

break the cycle of generational violence.” In addition to counseling services for children, the WCA offers safe shelter, case management, court

Dale Wilcox, of Boise, was named a finalist for

advocacy, life skills classes, financial education and

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LOCAL AIRMEN GRADUATE FROM BASIC TRAINING

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U.S. Air Force Airman Parker T. Critz and U.S.

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Air Force National Guard Airman 1st Class Aden J.

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The airmen completed an intensive, eight-week

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and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills. Airmen who complete basic training also earn four credits toward an associate degree in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force. Critz is the son of William M. Critz, of Eagle, and Crystal L. Stanton, of Nampa. He is a 2018 graduate of Capital High School. Marin is the son of Marie H. and David J. Marin, of Eagle, grandson of Tom J. and Roseanne Egger, of Boise, and nephew of Angela and Blake Frasure, of Pocatello. He is a 2017 graduate of Eagle High School.

BOISE GRADUATE TANNER JOHNSON RECEIVES FULBRIGHT SCHOLARSHIP Former Centennial High School student Tanner Johnson has received the J. William Fulbright Scholarship to travel to Spain. The Fulbright Program aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries. Tanner will join the flagship international educational exchange program sponsored by the U.S. government, alongside many dis-

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Inside

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of a Musician

"The rivers run and the oceans wave but I’m here standing still/Caught between the things I know and the way you make me feel/Saving grace and spending time is all that I know/The depths of your never-ending faith just gripping through my soul." —"Signs" from "Break Away" (2014) 22

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RAWLEY FRYE ARTICLE JULIE MEYER | PHOTOGRAPHY RICHARD MEYER

HOW DID YOU FIRST GET INVOLVED WITH MUSIC? My father played bass in a jazz band when he met my mother during one of his shows in Butte, Montana. When I was a kid, he

HOW DO YOU THINK MUSIC CAN MAKE CONNECTIONS

would play his old recordings for me and my siblings, much to

WITHIN OUR COMMUNITY?

our chagrin. I must have inherited my father’s talents because

I've met so many people through playing music and community

I decided one day about 14 years ago to teach myself to play

events. The past three years, I've played at Zoo Boise for The

guitar, and picked it up fairly quickly. The singing I suppose is

Autism Society, an amazing event for the most inspirational

the result of long drives singing along to the radio.

people. Last summer, I played at Kleiner Park for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and also got to meet Mayor

WAS THERE A DEFINING MOMENT WHEN YOU REALIZED

[Dave] Bieter. There are so many wonderful community events in

YOU WERE "A MUSICIAN?"

the Treasure Valley and seeing people come together for a cause

It was probably the third or fourth time I had played in public,

while enjoying live music makes it so much fun as a performer.

and I was playing at The Curb in Meridian. At the bar that night was a talented musician who is very well-known in Boise and

FAVORITE SONG TO PLAY? TO LISTEN TO?

had a long career playing all over the world. He came up to me

That's a tough one. It's always fun to play "Santeria" by Sublime.

after the show and told me how impressed he was with my

I love listening to "Oceans" by Hillsong United—such a beautiful

sound. It's always nice to get compliments, but hearing such

and inspirational song.  

positive feedback from another respected artist made me feel WHERE CAN WE CATCH ONE OF YOUR GIGS?

like I might not be half bad at this music thing.

You can usually find me downtown. I will be on the patio at WHO ARE YOUR MUSICAL INSPIRATIONS?

Solid every Saturday evening this summer. I also will be play-

John Mayer is an amazing guitar player. His rhythms and cool

ing at Amsterdam Lounge, the Reef patio and Big Al's patio at

chord progressions inspired me. My favorite vocalist is Brandon

The Village and every other Friday at Divine Wine in Meridian.

Boyd from Incubus. I like a wide variety of music, and my shows

Check my personal Facebook page for specifics.

definitely reflect that. Some of my favorite bands are Foo Fighters, WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE TO YOUNG MUSICIANS?

Maroon 5, Incubus, Chainsmokers, Coldplay and several others.

I would say play the songs you love because your passion will always show though. If you play with passion, the audience will appreciate it.

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HEALTHY LIFESTYLE

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KEEP BURNING BURNING CALORIES FOR HOURS AFTER YOUR 60-MINUTE WORKOUT IS THE GOAL AT ORANGETHEORY. They call it the afterburn. Coaches guide you through a heart-rate-monitored training designed to maintain a target zone that stimulates metabolism and increases energy. WHAT IS THE BEST THING ABOUT BEING A COACH AT ORANGETHEORY? “Teaching classes at Orangetheory allows for a personal touch in a group environment and really allows for personalities to come out,” Parker says. Grady adds, “I prefer the group setting at Orangetheory. It is more dynamic, yet allows everyone to go at their own pace.”

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A sturdy bench allows you to adjust your position to work different muscle groups and provides support for different body parts. A quality bench is often a safer option than a table or chair and offers more flexibility.  

BOSU BALL The Bosu ball—used in this workout for the atomic mountain climbers—is a versatile and useful piece of equipment. Easier to store than a traditional balance ball, Bosu balls are used to improve muscle coordination, stability and balance.

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This fitness tool helps mix up your basic core work and challenge yourself in new ways. The ab dolly works your core at varying angles and requires you to work different muscles to stabilize yourself and control the dolly.

A staple for any home gym, a good set of dumbbells will have an anti-roll shape, durability and comfortable texture. Economical and easy to store, adjustable dumbbells are becoming a popular athome alternative to traditional sets. 

One of the best bangs for your workout buck, TRX bands offer a full-body workout at any fitness level in any location. Basic kits run around $100; packages are also available with more bells and whistles.


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The President & CEO Bill Connors President & CEO, Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce WHAT IS THE BEST ADVICE YOU’VE RECEIVED? Surround yourself with good people. That has been easy here in Boise; I’m surrounded by the best staff, board leadership and membership base imaginable. FIVE WORDS DESCRIBING THE BOISE COMMUNITY? Innovative, hip, entrepreneurial, outdoorsy, fresh WHAT IS THE MOST REWARDING PART OF WHAT YOU DO? It’s been refreshing to be part of a regional organization that makes great things happen. The Boise Chamber has led the charge for a variety of dynamic changes. I’ve got the best job in the country, promoting the greatest place on the planet, working with the best people to make it even better.

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ARTICLE JULIE MEYER

Men of Influence MAKING OUR COMMUNITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE

The Executive Director James Patrick Executive Director, Velma V. Morrison Center, Boise State University HOW DO YOU MANAGE WORK-LIFE BALANCE? Once we had our son, I realized just how important family time is. It is vital to disconnect from the media and internet connectivity and have pure downtime with those you love, being outdoors, engaging with friends and loved ones. It fuels everything else in your life. WHAT IS THE MOST REWARDING PART OF WHAT YOU DO? We are in the business of delivering engaging, theatrical experiences that have a significant and lasting impact. It’s rewarding to be actively involved in making so many positive memories. DESCRIBE THE BOISE COMMUNITY IN FIVE WORDS? An easy place to live!

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T h e Fi n a n ci a l A dvi s o r Philip Bartlett, Senior Portfolio Manager, Clearwater Advisors WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO GO INTO YOUR FIELD? One night around the dinner table at the age of 13 or 14, my father asked me to read the annual report from the H.J. Heinz & Co. Why? I don’t know, but the story that annual report told about Heinz spoke to me. I knew then I could be a successful investor. MOST REWARDING PART OF WHAT YOU DO? After nearly 25 years in the global financial markets through many market cycles, up and down, I realize now I love helping my clients with their financial needs.   DESCRIBE BOISE IN FIVE WORDS? Warm, welcoming treasure to all.

The Business Owner Joe Eiguren Owner, Intelligent Office, Eighth & Main, Boise HOW DO YOU MANAGE WORK-LIFE BALANCE? Working for yourself gives you a lot of freedom and flexibility, however at the cost of making it more difficult to “turn off” at home. As my daughters grow up, I want to focus more on them. I have become much better about putting my phone away at night, only checking it after they go to bed.  WHAT IS THE MOST REWARDING PART OF WHAT YOU DO? Making people happy, a customer giving our team positive feedback or new customers who come to us because they were told what a great job we do— that is rewarding.  

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T h e A r b o r i st Pat Rainey

Owner, Alpine Tree Service WHAT INSPIRED YOU TO GO INTO YOUR FIELD? I liked working outdoors. I don’t get to spend as much time in the field as I once did. But originally I was inspired by the natural world and the connection between people and plants. WHAT IS THE KEY TO STAYING COOL UNDER PRESSURE? I put challenges into perspective first and foremost.  I try not to sweat the small things.  When things are heating up, I try to slow things down and make thoughtful decisions.  WHAT IS THE MOST REWARDING PART OF WHAT YOU DO? The pursuit of responsible stewardship of our environment within our industry. 

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WATER & WOODS A MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDE IS THE PERFECT WAY TO GET OUTDOORS

ARTICLE AND PHOTOGRAPHY ROGER PHILLIPS

Rolling into Summer

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Idaho’s mountains have enough trails for a lifetime of exploring on two wheels.


Mountain biking is a combination of indulgence and endurance, and so is this story.” A TRAIL THROUGH THE MOUNTAIN STRETCHES BEFORE ME LIKE A BLANK CHAPTER OF THE NEXT GREAT ADVENTURE WAITING TO BE WRITTEN. I’m on my

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day, or it could be a leaden slog up a mountain, or possibly both. Mountain biking is a combination of indulgence and endurance, and so is this story.  Many people don’t get it, won’t attempt it or can’t afford the type of bike that can climb an Idaho mountain trail and plummet down its rooty, rocky descents.  I understand it well, so I spend too much money on bikes and too many hours mindlessly spinning pedals so I can experience those sublime moments in the mountains. Because true mountain biking—the kind that takes place in actual mountains—can be brutally unforgiving and gloriously fun, but it depends which side of the mountain you’re on.  Let me explain further.  Whether the experience is joyful or painful starts with me, because my legs are the only thing that makes one of these wheeled contraptions built from carbon fiber, steel and rubber go uphill. 

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Mountain bikes are a perfect vehicle to get out and explore Idaho’s outdoors.

I have to grind uphill to make a big deposit of vertical feet in the bank of gravity so I can withdraw it when the wheels point downhill, and my focus funnels to a ribbon of brown dirt winding through the brush, trees and rocks. I may rail the trail like a bullet train, or crash down it like a plummeting, dislodged boulder, and the line between the two is often measured in millimeters and microseconds. First comes the climb, and I can’t bluff my way through it. Climbing a mountain requires payment in calories and watts, and the price is non-negotiable. The mountain doesn’t care if I was too busy to ride my bike before I arrived, nor does it care if my legs are weak or strong that day, or if my lungs can’t efficiently filter oxygen out of the thin mountain air. If I didn’t put in the early season miles to get my lungs and legs in shape for the rigors of the mountains, I will be gasping on wobbly legs and cursing myself for skipping spring rides that build strength and stamina.  Even if I grit through the climb on sheer will and anticipation of what lies over the crest, the mountain may turn my quads to mush, which makes descending on a bike

At the bottom of the trail, I stop and inhale

feel like a bucking bronc intent on pile driv-

a deep breath, and my middle-aged brain is

ing me into the dirt.

flush with a heady mix of endorphins, adren-

But, if I adequately prepared, and Old

aline and teenage bravado. I survived. Better

Man Time turns a blind eye to my shenani-

yet, I let my instincts override my sense of

gans, I become a seamless blend of muscle

self-preservation and danced on the edge of

and machine carving the trail like a sledder

control, but managed to stay on the healthy

on an Olympic luge run.

side of it. The rest of my ride is like a victory

It’s that moment I crave, when the bike,

lap. The forest smells dank and sweet, the

my body, the trail and gravity find fluidity,

meadows glow green with colorful sparks

and I am rolling as effortlessly as water down

of wildflowers, and the sun bathes me in

the mountain. My brain is on autopilot, and

warmth rather than oppressive heat. I feel

it seems like something else is in control.

exhausted and invigorated.

I’m strapped to a rolling, guided missile that

Thanks for indulging me on this wild ride,

careens through corners, floats over rocks

but I have to go. I hear the mountains calling,

and bypasses tree trunks like fence pickets.

and it’s time to roll.

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“It’s that moment I crave, when the bike, my body, the trail and gravity find fluidity, and I am rolling as effortlessly as water down the mountain.”


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“Many patrons tell us they feel they’re just hanging out at a friend’s place and happen to leave with a great haircut.” — The Beardsmith

ARTICLE JULIE MEYER

OFTEN WE FALL INTO THE TRAP OF DOING THE SAME OLD THING DAY IN, DAY OUT. To inject a bit of excitement into your daily grind, check out these three new hangouts for you and your friends.  The Beardsmith is attached to Ironwood Social, a family-friendly bar and restaurant. This  allows for a unique experience. Come early and have lunch from the kitchen, shoot a game of pool while you wait for your service, or just shoot the breeze while you relax with a cold draft beer. The staff says “Many patrons tell us they feel they’re just hanging out at a friend’s place and happen to leave with a great haircut.”  For a distinctive bar experience, spend the evening at Press & Pony and try something new. 

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PRESS & PONY 622 W. Idaho St., Boise, ID 83702 PressAndPony.com If you are looking for a craft cocktail bar with great ambiance serving old-school and classic cocktails in downtown Boise, The Press & Pony is perfect for you. Barmaster Erik Schweitzer says the intimate setting gives less of a party atmosphere and more of a sophisticated, relaxing environment for friends to get together for drinks. Periodically, Press & Pony hosts theme weekends like “Havanna Nights,” or “Western Outlaw.” For information on upcoming events check @pressandpony on Facebook.

02. IRONWOOD SOCIAL 5467 N. Glenwood St., Garden City, ID 83714 208.830.3868 The vision for Ironwood is a social atmosphere for all demographics to gather, rather than a traditional bar vibe. “We want to let the patrons decide what this place will be,” owner Troy Jackson says.  Different days of the week feature a variety of activates taking place. In addition to eating, playing games and live music, it hosts comedy on Saturdays, dance lessons and trivia night on Tuesdays, and karaoke on the big stage on Sundays.

HANGOUT ROUND UP

03. THE BEARDSMITH 5459 N. Glenwood St., Garden City, ID 83714 208.283.2761 TheBeardsmith.com The Beardsmith is Boise’s premier barbershop specializing in classic men’s haircuts, custom beard trimming and maintenance, and hot-towel straight razor shaves. A visit to The Beardsmith is more than a haircut—it is an experience in an atmosphere where you can relax, have engaging conversation and leave with an award-winning style. A complimentary adult beverage is provided with each service. Soft drinks, kombucha and coffee are available for those who prefer, including kids.

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DRIVER’S NOTEBOOK

Road Warrior MAN & MACHINE

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ME & MY BIKE

BIKE 2017 Indian Roadmaster RIDER Ron Richards AGE 69 HOME Meridian, Idaho OCUPATION Retired Air Force

FOR MORE THAN 50 YEARS, RON RICHARDS HAS BEEN RIDING SOME TYPE OF MACHINE. His riding hobby started when he was 14 years old delivering newspapers on a Cushman Allstate Scooter. While in the Air Force stationed in California, he started riding dirt bikes. Now that he is retired, he prefers a touring bike but is getting his grandkids started on dirt bikes anpassing the legacy of riding on to the next generation. Along with making time for family, Ron is a member of two clubs, The Sawtooth Indian Riding Group and The Roadrunners. An active member of both groups, he doesn’t let much get in the way of riding.  “Ron rides during the winter, and tours all year, Zeb Earnest, sales manager of Sawtooth Indian Motorcycles, says. “In fact, he puts on more miles than anyone else I know.” Ron’s advice for anyone is to “Find something you love to do, and make time for whatever activity you really enjoy. Practice will give you confidence in your ability and always remember to be aware of your surrounding and ride safe.”

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OPEN HOUSE

HARRIS RANCH A VISIONARY COMMUNITY COMING TO LIFE IN EAST BOISE

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ACK IN THE EARLY 20TH CENTURY, DALLAS AND ALTA HARRIS FOUNDED THEIR RANCH IN EAST BOISE BASED ON THEIR VALUES: STEWARDSHIP OF THE LAND, PRESERVATION OF WILDLIFE AND QUALITY OF LIFE. A pioneer at heart, Dallas drafted the Warm Springs Village plan in 1976. His vision was ahead of its time, promising exceptional living for its residents while protecting the beauty and health of the land. Four decades later, the

Harris family’s vision is coming to life, incorporating new urbanism and smart growth principles in a community plan that realizes their father’s pioneering vision. Dallas’ philosophy was that hard work and cooperation between family, neighbors and a dedicated team of consultants would culminate in an outstanding community. This philosophy is evident in the Harris Ranch Specific Plan. In June 2005, Dallas and Alta's children created Harris Family Limited Partnership and created their mission. They wanted to encompass the philosophy of their father, and in so doing, dedicated themselves to the development of Harris Ranch. Their mission became a commitment to the natural environment, the community and their heritage. In April 2006, a four-day charrette—a public involvement process including numerous entities—was conducted. Representatives from seven neighborhoods, The Idaho Conservation League, Idaho Fish & Game, Boise Parks & Recreation, Ada County Parks, Idaho Power and Boise Planning & Development Services participated in the planning process of the Harris Ranch Community. The first charrette was followed up by another two-day charrette a month later, and monthly progress meetings until the application was submitted in December 2006. Subsequent meetings have been convened after CONTINUED >

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Harris Ranch received unanimous approval of their planned community from the Boise City Council. Through the charrette process with the owners of Harris Ranch and stakeholders, a clear vision of the preferred future for Harris Ranch evolved. Smart growth principles, new urbanism and a comprehensive Wildlife Mitigation Plan serve as the cornerstones of this vision. Specifically, the vision includes pedestrian-oriented public streets, plazas, greens, riverfront

”Smart growth principles, new urbanism and a comprehensive Wildlife Mitigation Plan serve as the cornerstones of this vision.”

walks and pathways. Those public streets are lined with–and shaped by—mixed use, pedestrian-oriented buildings. The scale and general character of this new development are based, in many ways, on the best elements of Boise’s heritage: the mixed-use shopfront buildings of historic downtown and the iconic buildings of the agriculture and timber industries. The specific plan, the code and design guidelines that were approved in 2006 define an agreement between the community and property owners. The community commits itself to building and maintaining a high-quality pedestrian experience in relation to private and public buildings and common space. The property and business owners commit themselves to building high-quality buildings that face the public domain with façades scaled to the pedestrian, orienting on-site parking and service functions to the backs of the buildings and the interiors of the blocks—all of which raise the quality of life and the standard of living by creating better places to live, creating a better future for us all. Come see the Harris Ranch vision coming to life in East Boise. Contact Kami Brant, 208.713.1933, O2RealEstateGroup.com.

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JUNE

LIFESTYLE CALENDAR elegant dinner served riverside. To

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ENGAGE CAMP

"JERSEY BOYS"

Idaho Botanical Garden

Morrison Center

EnGaGE, Engaging Girls in Garden

The 2006 Tony, Grammy and Olivier

Engineering, is a summer science

Award-winning Best Musical about

program for girls 12-14 years old to

Rock & Roll Hall of Famers The Four

design, build and maintain raised

Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gaudio,

BUDDY GUY

garden beds. This is a multiweek

Tommy DeVito and Nick Massi will

Morrison Center

commitment through August 9.

come to Boise for three nights, June

At age 81, Buddy Guy is a Rock & Roll

The cost is $50.

12-14. This is the true story of how four

Hall of Fame inductee and a living link

blue-collar kids became one of the

to the halcyon days of electric blues.

greatest successes in pop music history.

One of the greatest guitarists of all

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view dates and times for the June showings of “Misery” and “Macbeth,” visit IdahoShakespeare.org.

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time, he will take the stage at 7:30 p.m.

DROP-IN WORKSHOP AT THE CABIN The Cabin

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Drop-In Workshop is The Cabin’s

ROAD TO X: BOISE QUALIFIER

free and open writing workshop,

Rhodes Skate Park

held from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. Drop-

June 15 and 16. The world’s top Skate-

in will be hosted by writer Danny

board and BMX athletes have been

Stewart, who will create unique

invited to the Road to X: Boise Qual-

This charity bicycle ride helps bring

prompts designed to inspire a sup-

ifier. The events serve as an official

hope to uninsured families and those

portive community of local writers.

qualifying event for the X Games Min-

with low income, because quality

No RSVP required.

neapolis Park competitions.

health care should be accessible to

RIDE FOR HOPE, FOURTH ANNUAL CHARITY RIDE Kuna City Hall

everyone. Four routes to choose from: 18, 31, 62 or 100 miles. One-hundred

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SAVOR IDAHO’S 10TH ANNIVERSARY

FATHER’S DAY CAR SHOW

Idaho Botanical Garden

Downtown Boise

The Idaho Wine Commission is

The 16th Annual Downtown Boise

celebrating

10th

Father’s Day Car Show brings fami-

Anniversary in Boise. Savor Idaho

lies together to celebrate, relive and

gives consumers a unique oppor-

create memories, envision a future

tunity to savor the best Idaho wine

and enjoy the bounty of one of Amer-

MICHAEL FRANTI AND SPEARHEAD

and food while enjoying great

ica’s most vibrant downtowns, down-

Idaho Botanical Garden

music. The tasting will take place

town Boise. The event takes place on

Michael Franti and Spearhead will take

from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Eighth and Idaho streets.

the stage as part of Boise’s Outlaw

Savor

Idaho's

percent of the registration fees go to The Boise Rescue Mission Ministries and Genesis Community Health. 751 W. 4th St., Kuna, ID 83634

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Field Summer Concert Series. Spe-

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POWERFUL PRINTS

IDAHO SHAKESPEARE FESTIVAL GALA

Boise Art Museum

June 11-15. Discover the world of print-

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cial guests Victoria Canal and Dustin Thomas will open. Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the show starts at 7 p.m.

Idaho Shakespeare Festival

making as kids explore multiple print-

Amphitheater & Reserve

We are always accepting submissions

making processes such as monotypes,

The Idaho Shakespeare Festival’s an-

for events you'd like to see included

reliefs and intaglio. For ages 4-12. Visit

nual summer fundraising party will

in our Calendar section. Submissions

BoiseArtMuseum.org to register.

be held at 5:30 p.m. The gala will fea-

are accepted via the Contact Us tab

ture a live and silent auction and an

at BoiseLifestylePubs.com.

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KEITH AND SKYLER JONES, FATHER-AND-SON OWNERS OF DICKEY’S BARBECUE ‘OUR THREE LOCATIONS FULLY OCCUPY OUR TIME. WE CONSTANTLY STRIVE TO IMPROVE AND PROVIDE A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE FOR EMPLOYEES AND GUESTS.’

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valley on four-wheelers. 02 We talk every day about Dickey’s Barbecue Pit. We have a great relationship on and off of work. 03 Family gatherings where we can barbecue in the backyard. We absolutely love playing games, bonding and having discussions. 04 We also enjoy water skiing, often on Lake Lowell. Our favorite spot is the Owyhee Reservoir.

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