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Old Posted Nov 4, 2010, 3:24 AM
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What parking garage are those paintings in? The pic that says "The internet killed the part of me that cared." Next time I'm there I want to check it out.
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What parking garage are those paintings in? The pic that says "The internet killed the part of me that cared." Next time I'm there I want to check it out.

They are in the garage on Bannock between the Idaho Building and the Key Bank Garage. The murals are a city arts project, I did a quick search on line for some information.

http://www.cityofboise.org/ArtsAndHi...page57985.aspx

http://www.boiseweekly.com/Cobweb/ar...-into-a-museum
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Old Posted Nov 4, 2010, 8:21 AM
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^^ That's awesome, thanks for the info.
Parking garage or not, the largest open air art project in the Northwest is pretty impressive, and it looks like they produced some interesting work judging by the small sample you posted.
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Thank you for the reminder of what Boise is like in the fall, I miss this place.
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Thanks again to everyone for the responses.

I took these two photos earlier today from the top of Americana Boulevard near Crescent Rim.




















Boise River, Halloween







more on the way.
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You never fail to impress with your threads Sawtooth. Boise is one beautiful city!
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Awesome, beautiful city and surrounding area. Very nice pics. Go Broncos!!
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Those extra pics are really nice. anymore?
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