- A Classic Boise Date Night at Shige Japanese Cuisine on
- Patti Jo’s Country: A Personal Story from a Great Songwriter, David Moss on
- Patti Jo’s Country: Las Vegas Massacre: Walt Huntsman Heals with Song on
- Sterling’s Idaho Pix Of The Week: Early Morning Fog, Rose Lake on
- Tom Petty, Great Musician and Real Good Guy on
Sat28Oct201710am-5pmZoo Boise, 355 Julia Davis Drive, Boise
Boo at the Zoo
Halloween is here at the Zoo with special characters, events, games, Halloween Zoo enrichments and more. Entrance to Boo at the Zoo is $7 for adults, $4.50 for seniors (62+), $4.25 for kids (3-11), and infants 2 and under are free. Website: https://zooboise.org
Sun29Oct201711am-5pm, Haunted tour 1:00pmBoise Train Depot, 2603 W Eastover Terrace Boise, ID
Free Boise Train Depot Open House and Frightening Tour
Tour the Boise Train Depot, learn about its history and renovation. If you don't get scared, try the Frightening Tour. More Info website.
Author Archives: Sterling Bingham
Early Friday morning campers find an ideal spot to place their tent. The view at the lake is foggy, but beautiful. The fog is just starting to break, getting ready to reveal another beautiful autumn day at the water’s edge. … Continue reading
The clouds help to create a beautiful Autumn Sunset, Kellogg, Idaho. The weather is getting chilly and the clouds make their appearances more often. The trees are losing their leaves, preparing for the winter snows that visit this stretch of … Continue reading
Early morning, just a wisp of fog on Rose Lake, Kootenai County, Idaho. The early morning fog shows a touch above the trees also creating an ethereal morning. The lake is still; and the autumn air crisp and cool. Nothing … Continue reading
“Bedroom Goldmine Bar”, built in 1884. Originally used as a Mercantile Store patronized by Wyatt Earp…. Taken in Murray, Idaho. Photo by Sterling Bingham for The Boise Beat
In honor of those who gave their lives in Flight 93 on Sept. 11, 2001….. September 11 Flag at Sunset, Kellogg, Idaho.
Saturday, the 9th of Sept. in the small harbor town of Harrison, ID, they celebrated the 100th Commemoration of the town fire of 1917. Part of the summer long activities was the excellent 18th Annual Haul Ass to Harrison Show … Continue reading
Look familiar?…Las Vegas?…No…during the Wallace Idaho Blues Festival, summer of 2017. The sign at the Red Light Cafe in Wallace, Idaho. Photo by Sterling Bingham for the Boise Beat.
Once again the Comancheros Car Club celebrated their 55th. Anniversary at Pinehurst Days with the expertise and experience that makes them stand out in the crowd of many car shows in and around the Silver Valley here in upper Idaho. … Continue reading
Rose Lake, Silver Valley, Idaho. August 10th. The usual view of the nearby mountains is obscured by the smoke from all the fires in Canada and Idaho.