Now in its sixth season, Campfire Stories began on the patio at The Modern and quickly became a sell-out favorite feature of summer in Boise. The event expanded and moved to Txikiteo last year; all 2019 Campfire Stories evenings take place on the patio at Txikiteo, with writers and storytellers from all genres telling tales loosely organized around a theme.
We love food and we love you, and we’re not embarrassed to say so! On Valentine’s Day, that annual celebration of unrestrained expressions of love, we’re bringing our two loves (you + food) together, with a five-course meal dotingly designed to showcase a particular culinary devotion of one of our chefs, matched with an appropriate drink pairing.
The last Campfire Stories of the season is Wednesday, October 31—Halloween night. A liminal time, Halloween traditionally marks the end of the harvest, the end of summer’s light and warmth and the beginning of winter darkness. In fact, it’s believed that on Halloween, the boundary between this world and the Otherworld is so thin, the […]
Southwest Idahoans have what some might call an irrational hatred of the goathead weed, a plant that, at first glance, looks innocuous enough: a dainty vine trailing innocently across sidewalks and through empty lots. But take a closer look, and you’ll see the reason for this passionate loathing: dozens of knobbly, viciously-spiked seed heads (technically “nutlets”) that somewhat resemble their namesake. They’re ugly and incredibly resilient; jabbed into a foot or paw, they’re extremely painful; and they can ruin a bike ride faster than you can say “patch kit.” Enter The Boise Bicycle Project and Goathead Fest, an event that promises to combine eccentric, bicycle-themed fun with a particularly Boise-flavored community service: find and eradicate the pernicious goathead… Read More!