On Thursday Brandi Burns and Rich Binsacca will present “Remnants of Boise” as part of the city’s Fettuccine Forum series.
Burns will unveil “Remnants of Boise Virtual Tour,” which explores 25 locations in the city through contemporary HDR panoramic photographs that create an immersive experience where users can rotate through the location and explore the evolution of the area through historic photographs, plats and maps.
Binsacca will show images of Boise from his book, “Boise Double Take,” a comparison of city landmarks, architecture and people.
All Fettuccine Forum presentations are held at the Rose Room in Union Block, 718 W. Idaho St. Admission is free. Doors open at 5 p.m., presentation begins at 5:30 p.m.
Next month’s Forum will feature Tully Gerlach’s “Boise Neighborhoods: A Short History of Place” on May 2.
Founded in 1989, the Fettuccine Forum began in Noodles Italian Restaurant on Main Street (hence the “fettuccine”). In 2004, Boise State and the city of Boise revived the forum as a First Thursday event.