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  • Proletariat's Rodeo Red and White Hat

    Some red wine to drown out the blues.
      Wine didn't have the same honky-tonk vibe as whiskey until Proletariat Wine Company, based in Walla Walla, Wash., unleashed a new collaboration with country-western band Brent Amaker and the Rodeo.
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  • HoodiePillow

    The hoodie/pillow combo was inevitable, really.
      A pillowcase is crafted from sweatshirt material with a drawstring hood to pull closed over your weary eyes. The HoodiePillow even features a pocket to hold your phone, remote or wallet, and a headphone porthole for tangle-free listening.
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  • RETRO ARCADE PONCHO

    Show your allegiance to your favorite 8-bit arcade characters
      The Retro Arcade Poncho lets you dress up like the shadow-lurking Blinky or the bashful Inky, while protecting you from being attacked by raindrops.
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  • Food Finish Spray Paint

    Auric Goldfinger, eat your heart out.
      German novelty food label The Deli Garage recently released Food Finish, edible spray paint that gilded gourmands can use to turn their cupcakes and Cornish game hens into glistening works of metallic gold, silver, red or blue art.
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  • Find: Treefort.boiseweekly.com

    If you're navigating Treefort Music Fest, let Boise Weekly be your guide
      Check out treefort.boiseweekly.com for your one-stop shop for breaking Treefort news, show reviews, photo slideshows, band interviews and video hooliganry.
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  • Mantry

    For the man who has everything except artisanal food
      Based in New York City, Mantry assembles monthly themed packages of between six and eight craft, artisan and small batch food products, then delivers them directly to your door in a wooden crate handmade in Brooklyn.
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  • Morning Owl Farm's The Next Level

    Farm-fresh everything delivered right to your door.
      In addition to receiving 20 weeks of fresh produce from Morning Owl, along with six deliveries of potatoes and dry beans during the year from M and M Heath Farms, members also get eight to 10 weeks of local, organic fruit from Eagle Creek Orchards; a whole, frozen, pasture-raised chicken from Turkey Ridge Farms each month; and 10 pounds of grass-fed beef or 10 pounds of grass-fed pork (alternating monthly) from Homestead Natural Foods.
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  • SunnySide Egg Shaper

    Your eggs will shine even when the sun can't.
      Brighten up the most important meal of the day with the SunnySide egg shaper, designed by Avihai Shurin. The silicon mold forms an egg into a sunny yolk orb peeking out from a fluffy cloud of whites. And according to Monkey Business, the company that sells the gadget, the process is "over easy."
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  • Fitbit

    Let your smartphone burn calories for you.
      The free iPhone and Android app lets you log your food and water intake, workouts and weight from your smartphone. But unlike other diet apps, Fitbit offers additional techie devices you can purchase to help you reach your goals.
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  • Agloves: Uniting finger warmth and touchpad ease of use

      Tis nearly the season for bundled bodies and gloved fingers. But in addition to the usual winter wear conundrums—like where to stash your pile of layers at a packed party or how to keep your gloves from divorcing—there's now a uniquely 21st century problem: how to operate your touchscreen device while keeping your digits cozy.
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  • Stay Weird Boise

    Website encapsulates what makes Boise unique

      Stay Weird Boise's motto is "keeping Boise weird, one photo at a time." Founded by Ryan Smith and his wife, Tess, the blog is "a light-hearted look at the people, places and things that make Boise what it is."

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  • Central Indian Food at Jerry's Market

    A surprising stop for hard-to-find cuisine

      Chicago transplants Jerry and Hiral Fandel moved to Boise eight years ago to take over Jerry's Market. In October 2011, after struggling to find some of their favorite Windy City comfort foods, they decided to start offering rotating hot specials from around 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

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  • SweetSpots Dog Ice Cream

    Give your dog a delicious summer treat

      "My dogs just loved it," said Zach Jones, manager of Boise Co-op's Pet Shop, which carries the treats. "They just licked and licked and licked until it was gone."

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  • Biolite Camp Stove

    Portable food-cooking device is eco-friendly and will charge your smartphone

      For the less-skilled fire-starter, there's the BioLite Camp Stove, a 33-ounce portable stove the size of a Nalgene water bottle that runs on twigs, pinecones and wood pellets.

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  • Tattoo Club

    Temporary Tats That Are Anything But Tacky
      Local illustrator Julia Green has teamed up with Salt Lake City artist Jess Smart Smiley to start the Tattoo Club, which will offer packs of collectable, limited-edition temporary tattoos on a theme. The first one will be monsters.

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