Young People’s Pavilion: Barack Obama “We Are One People”

Barack Obama’s meteoric rise from little-known state senator from Illinois to the first African-American president of the United States is one of the most amazing success stories in history. From his childhood in Hawaii all the way to the White House, this title includes revised and updated information through the historic inauguration of the 44th…

Author DAVID JAMES DUNCAN featured at Idaho Writers and Readers Rendezvous

A terrific line up of authors and publishing professionals are coming to this year’s Idaho Writers and Readers Rendezvous. One of the best is James David Duncan Duncan is a father, a renowned fly fisher, a practitioner of what he calls “direct, small-scale compassion-activism,” and the author of the novels The River Why and The…

#beatcoachpete could be the biggest field ever #photo

Off they go to #beatcoachpete could be the biggest field ever. twitter.com/JCorrKTVB/stat… — Justin Corr (@JCorrKTVB) April 13, 2013 I’m heading over to the finish line. How many people will Beat Coach Pete this year? #beatcoachpete — YoungPeoplesPavilion (@Young_Pavilion) April 13, 2013  

Liveblog: Follow the Beat Coach Pete Race Here!

by Michael Strickland “The Book Bear” It is rainy in Boise, but that hasn’t stopped people from marching in for this race. A representative from Boise State university recreation services just confirmed to me that 2,200 people have registered. I’m here and will be doing a Liveblog. My posts will be on our Twitter account….

Young People’s Pavilion to Serve as Official Liveblog for Beat Coach Pete Race

by Michael Strickland “The Book Bear” BOISE, ID: Alain Rodrigue,  Associate Director of Recreational Sports at Boise State University, announced that YOUNG PEOPLE’S PAVILION will be the official blog of the Beat Coach Pete Scholarship Run/Walk. We will be updating you with facts, opportunities to give, restaurant promotions and donations, and other colorful commentary before,…