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- Boise Public Library 21
- Library! at Bown Crossing 4
- Storyfort 3
- Boise Farmer’s Market 2
- World Village Festival 2 14 more
- English 9
Naga travels to Idaho for a PHD program and has fun landing experience in the US.
Maria Tapias shares stories from her childhood growing up in Cuba and emigrating to the United States.
Ardivan Niroomand shares his story about encountering struggles in a new country.
Ethyl Furuya Minnis tells of her experience growing up in California and staying under surveillance in Japan as a Japanese-American during WWII.
Ann Marie Newman shares how she changed her weakness into her life vocation with help from the library.
Gail tells the story of her relationship with her Jewish Heritage and the impact of meeting Elie Wiesel.
Today we have a conversation with one of the founding members of Palouse-Clearwater Food Coalition
The movie Crazy Rish Asians doesn’t accurately portray actual Asian life. Karoline went to China in 2nd grade and learned wealth is not always measured in money like portrayed in the the movie but in experiences, family etc.
In this interview, my mother shared some of her favourite memories of her as a child, as well as when I was growing up. Our childhoods really do shape us.
This interview talks about self-identity and discovering what that means to us. As well as sexuality and things that aren’t what society would consider the “norm.”
Martie Brennan shares her love for Libraries and stories from the creation of the Boise Public Library Branches.
Max Kendall interviewed his grandfather Ron Walker, a fierce advocate of the Outlet. Ron shared his fishing adventures dating back to when he could rent a cabin for the whole season at Elkins for $500. He lamented decisions that transformed...
Tom Weitz came to Priest Lake the first time on a family vacation at age 12 in 1958 with the Sayles family from Pullman. They rented cabin 28 at the Luby Bay Resort that the Hill family had recently bought....
Richard talked about some of the lessons that he had learned over his life. He also talked about lessons that he would pass down to future generations.
Nancy shares her memory of volunteering for the library and what libraries have meant to her.
Dulce describes the Mazahuan embroidery she has brought to the world village festival.