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  • Honoring Jesus Urquides

    Boise Mexican American pioneer is recognized with new memorial
      Boise businessman paved the way for other Mexican Americans in the Treasure Valley.
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  • Julia Davis Grows New Public Art

    Downtown park prepares for public art overhaul
      One of the Treasure Valley's first agricultural areas, Julia Davis Park, is being used to tell the story of the city's farming history, which made possible Boise's growth into the thriving metropolis it is today.
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  • Take a Nap at Zoo Boise

    Friday, July 20
      Guests can enjoy their favorite zoo exhibits, experience hands-on encounters with some of the zoo's more touchable critters and camp out for the night with zoo employees beginning Friday, July 20, at 7 p.m. The overnight ends at 9 a.m. Saturday, July 21. Camping spaces are available on the zoo lawn or indoors in view of the lions, guaranteeing a wilder night than you'd get back at home wrestling Rover for pillow space.

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