A short song about Boise State and the Boise State Broncos.
There’s a thunder in the west you can hear it rolling
It’s storming down the mountain side
Pride when you’re the best and you’ve got it going
Let the rumble take you on...
Boise State University; Group portraits; Actresses; Actors; Theatrical productions;
A group photo of the student cast of "The Cradle Song." performed at Boise Junior College on November 18th and 19th, 1948. Front left to right: Verda McCurdy, Ellen Johnston, Barbara Thurston and Donna Johnson; center, Merle Carpenter, Rosemary...
The process of building a mall became a popular topic in Boise in the mid-1980's. To commemorate the first day of construction of the Boise Town Square Mall, the KIVS-FM radio station requested J.J. Dion write and sing parody songs about the mall....
This song was written to entice people to shop and visit downtown Boise. The song highlights new construction and improved safety. Dion wrote and preformed many songs like this on a cassette tape titled "Idaho Zone."
Housing developments; City planning; Municipal government; Urban renewal; Shopping centers;
A proposal to the City of Boise to develop a shopping center, or mall, at the current location of Quinn's Pond, the Clock Tower Apartments, and the proposed Whitewater Park boulevard - an area at the end of 30th street.
Sandoz, Mari, 1896-1966--Criticism and interpretation; Women and literature--United States--History--20th century; Frontier and pioneer life in literature; West (U.S.)--Intellectual life; Indians in literature; Nebraska in literature;
The city of Boise's geographic location and city population traditionally restricted some national chain or franchised stores from opening in the valley. In the mid-1980s, J.J. Dion was asked to sing "an anthem to lure this fashionable shoppers'...