Directed by original lyricist and director Martin Charnin for the 19th time, this production of Annie is a brand new incarnation of the iconic Tony Award-winning original.
It started with a blueberry.
It transformed into a wellness company with one mission, five products and hundreds of employees.
The power grid on the U.S. Department of Energy’s Idaho Site is being transitioned to a more adaptive architecture to enable greater flexibility in testing new ideas and technologies.
Prior to last week's Teton Guitars' 5th Anniversary Concert, Teton Guitars made a donation to the Teton Cancer Institute (TCI) of Idaho Falls.
The Festival of Trees will be held once again the week before Thanksgiving. Enjoy a walk through the stunning array of beautifully decorated Christmas trees, sit down for a meal or treat, purchase gifts and watch local entertainers perform.
The Eagle Rock Composite Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP).
Got a great photo to share for the Idaho Falls magazine’s 7th Annual East Idaho Community Photo Contest? Send it our way by Nov. 10, 2016! (Deadline extended from Nov. 1)
Have you ever looked up at a mountain and noticed clouds that seem to form out of nowhere? You'll find few better examples of this phenomenon than the Tetons.
An East Idaho Outdoors writing contest for children is now open.
The Greater Idaho Falls Chamber of Commerce presents this year's recipients of the Business of Distinction Awards.
Name this water for a chance to win prizes!
Gracie Jiu Jitsu and The Soma Jiu-Jitsu Academy in Idaho Falls
The 3rd Annual Wonderful WAC Exhibition has everything from photography to metal work.
The results are in: cutts up, bows down. That’s just what researchers want when they survey the South Fork of the Snake River every fall.
It’s a river scene right out of your most fantastic fantasy. Late fall color reflects on the ripples. Bodies and boats hold in that reflection trying to attract what’s under the water from above it. Craig Lannigan is one of the angling silhouettes working
The only sound louder than the wind is the chopper hovering above. The pilot is herding deer into the net. Wranglers are balled up in wait mode in the sagebrush. No one moves until the net snaps.