The 2021 Easter weekend outlook for the Magic Valley is one of the warmest I can recall in recent years. That is, unless the southern Idaho weather does what we all know it's capable of doing in the next few days.
The Snug Bar and Grill in Eden made the announcement on Monday, March 8th that they will be closing their doors for the time being. As of right now we are still trying to find out if it is a permanent or temporary closure.
Most of these restaurants don't have a long drive and they are so worth it. Especially if you follow some online reviews. So we have compiled a list of some of the restaurants around the area that are worth the drive.
I have been here in Twin Falls almost 5 years and my first full winter in Twin Falls was Snowmagedon. 4 years ago we were in the midst of the snowpocalypse, the worst snow storm the area had seen in about 30 years according to people in the area.
Last year Rupert organized a fun event that is sure to be even better this year. The Rupert Beet Drop will take place on New Year's Eve in front of the Historic Wilson Theater. So happy the event was not cancelled.
I am the first one to admit I am not as charitable as I should be, and I blame a lot of that on money and finances. There are ways to be charitable this season, if you feel like you would like to be, without spending a dime.
Every year, the Idaho Angels do some amazing things for the community. They have helped families with house fires, food, shelter, school supplies and now they are making their final push for their toy drive.
You can map out your Christmas light display viewing thanks to this handy dandy Magic Valley Christmas Light display Map. If you have an impressive Christmas light display yourself, you can even add your home to the must stop list on the map.