This summer many of you are river rafting, mountain biking or maybe even hula hooping out in a park. There are lots of fun ways to stay active during the hot summer months. And we’re checking some of them out in our summer series “Let’s Get Physical.” We begin today with Boise State Public Radio’s Scott Ki who tries out pole dancing for the first time.
Imagine growing a business with someone you’ve only met on the Internet. And, not seeing that person for years. That’s the level of trust that’s guided a Boise man as he launched Kayako with partners halfway around the world. Boise State Public Radio’s Scott Ki reports.
The Les Bois Chapter of the American Guild of Organists hosts the annual Western region Convention in Boise this week. The man responsible for the organization is C. Griffith Bratt. He sat down with Boise State Public Radio’s Emily Schwing to talk about how he brought what’s still the valley’s only concert organ to Boise.
Phil Kushlan has helped develop some of Boise’s landmarks like the Basque Block and BoDo. Now, the leader of the city’s urban renewal district retires Wednesday after twelve years on the job. Kushlan talked with Boise State Public Radio’s Scott Ki about his career and what’s ahead for Idaho’s capitol city.
Live horse racing returns to Les Bois Park Saturday. It’s been three years since the last race. As Boise State Public Radio’s Scott Ki reports, a clocker, a jockey, and an author are ready for the races.
New Mexico’s Las Conchas fire has destroyed more than a dozen homes and is threatening Los Alamos National Laboratory. Idaho’s National Laboratory is also no stranger to wildfires. Boise State Public Radio’s Scott Ki reports.
A miniature plane flew across the desert near Shoshone Thursday. The unmanned craft snapped pictures of sagebrush. Scientists hope to use this test flight to map pygmy rabbit habitat. Boise State Public Radio’s Samantha Wright reports the goal is to help them survive.
Idaho’s famous Spud is getting picked on. A Harvard study and the federal government have slammed the tater. The Governor and the Potato Commission came out this week in the spud’s defense. Boise State Public Radio’s Samantha Wright asks a dietitian to weigh in.