Valentine’s Day! It can be a challenge. You love your sweetie madly; but how to show it on a day so loaded with romantic expectation? A bundle of flowers can’t express just how much you appreciate it when she organizes your stuffed animal collection. A box of chocolates won’t thank her enough for all the times she fed your turtle for you. Before you get Valentine’s Day fatigue and go down in a fiery crash, consider a new, stress-free strategy:
Rent a room at a great price at the Modern Hotel. Then join the talented and creative people from Story Story Night to document your love. They’ll spirit you away to their audio love laboratory and record your story. So testify — that’s right, testify! What made you cross the room to meet her? How did you know he was the one? Stand up and tell your tale of love?
This is a story you can call your own and share with pets, children and in-laws, if you wish. It can be passed down through your family, a testament to your hot romance. You can share it with the world or tuck it away in the catch-all drawer of life.
After your testimony, you and your flame can have your photo taken in our Valentine’s Day photobooth—we promise no hearts or stuffed bears, just an image to remember for a lifetime. Your parting gift is a photo and an MP3 of your own love story, starring you and your cupcake. Then retire to your room for frolic, snacks or sleep — your choice. What joy!
Stories recorded by: http://www.storystorynight.org/
Price of the room includes photobooth picture and audio recording.
The Modern would like to thank all the Modern Resolutionists who participated in the Modern Resolutions event in December. The fire dancers, personal trainers, Radio Boise, and the Record Exchange all made this an evening to remember And I must say, Edward’s Greenhouse knocked our socks off with their bed of flowers.
The Boise Sesqui-Shop, a shop put together to help celebrate Boise’s 150th birthday, made a fun presentation, too. If you haven’t had the chance, I suggest that you scurry down to have a peek at their shop on 10th and Main Street. http://www.facebook.com/BoiseArtsandHistory/app_100265896690345
1st Floor Courtyard:
116 – Record Exchange / Duck Club / Radio Boise / Treefort Music Festival
117 – Hyde Park Books / The Cabin
118 – Tarot Cards by Kathy Ackaret
2nd Floor CourtYard:
233 – Bricolage / Social Good Network /
234 – Graeber and Company / Think Boise First
235 – Boise 150 / Sustainable Futures
236 – In Retrospect
237 – Victoria Greener Photography
239 – Peaceful Belly Farms
240 – Active & Fit / My Fit Foods / Catch your Balance
241 – Story Story Night
242 – Renu MediSpa / Jayden Deluca Foundation
Live music from HillFolk Noir
Story Story Night
The Deep Dance Experience
Are you a locavore? The Modern is! It is our goal to use local producers whenever possible. Local producers help us create a seasonally inspired menu, which is fresh and just plain tasty. Today Sweet Valley Organics delivered a beautiful batch of mushrooms, so I thought I would share them with you. The Modern will use these yummy fresh mushrooms in items like our delicious Tartins and Crispy Polenta.
We all want to eat better, smarter and eating local produce from producers who grow it is a great way to make eating good food even more pleasurable.
Check out Sweet Valley Organics at the Capital City Public Market which is open every Saturday, April 21—December 22, . Or come down to the Modern Hotel and have them cooked just right.
— GQ Magazine (@GQMagazine) June 22, 2012
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