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On The Wednesday, May 29, 2019 Edition Of Idaho Matters

  • Rodeo traditions in Idaho.
  • Indulge Boise creates a dining tour of the Treasure Valley.
  • North End Garden Tour benefits traffic median beautification.
  • Riders in the Sky bring old-timey cowboy culture to Boise.

- Summertime means rodeo in the Treasure Valley and on Wednesday's Idaho Matters, we look at events in Caldwell, Meridian and elsewhere in the region with Matt Askew, president of the Idaho Cowboys Association.

The History of the Caldwell Night Rodeo by Boise State Public Radio's Laramie Lavala

- Indulge Boiseleads diners on a culinary tour of Boise, Eagle, Meridian, Sun Valley and McCall. From charcuterie to deserts, wines, beer and cocktails, we look at all the vittles the Treasure and Wood River Valleys have to offer.

- The North End Garden Touris a self-guided stroll through the hidden nooks of Boise's North End neighborhood. The tour takes place this Sunday and proceeds will benefit a traffic median beautification project. 

- Ranger Doug, Too Slim, Woody Paul and Joey are Riders in the Sky, a quartet of cowboys who channel the traditions of cowpokes like Gene Autry and Roy Rogers. The group is performing at the Egyptian Theatre on May 30 and on Wednesday's edition, Idaho Matters meets Ranger Doug.

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