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What's on Tap: A night out in Nampa with the Idaho Matters team! Come get to know host Gemma Gaudette, senior producer Frankie Barnhill and producer Samantha Wright. They'll talk about the show, share some of their favorite interviews and answer any questions you might have about what it takes to run a daily news program. (Plus, if you have segment ideas, we're all ears!)

When: Thursday, November 21 from 6-9 p.m.

What better way to spend an autumn evening than sipping adult beverages while listening to music by the Boise Philharmonic Chamber Players in some of downtown Boise's most popular bars? On Thursday, September 5, Boise State Public Radio will be joining our friends from the Boise Philharmonic for an iconic event filled (to the brim) with classical music.

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What's on Tap: An evening in the Magic Valley to connect and unwind with your public radio station! Say hello to Rachel Cohen, the newest reporter to the Boise State Public Radio newsroom. Rachel is our South Central Idaho reporter covering the Magic & Wood River Valleys — come welcome her to the community!

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We want to meet the people who make everything we do possible — that's you. Boise State Public Radio is hosting Another Round in Hailey and we'd love to see you there. Join us for drinks and conversation and meet your public radio team on Thursday, May 30!

What's on Tap: A chance for us to connect and unwind over some delicous local brews! Come get wonky with Legislative Breakdown podcast co-hosts Samantha Wright & Gary Moncrief, and learn what it's like to report from the Idaho Capitol with reporter James Dawson. 

When: Thursday, Feb. 21 from 6-9 p.m.

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We want to meet the people who make everything we do possible. That’s you. Boise State Public Radio is hosting Another Round in McCall and we’d love to see you there. Join us for drinks and conversation and meet your local public radio team on Thursday, Oct. 18!

Treefort Music Fest

In the ever growing-world of podcasts, NPR host Lauren Ober is like a New York Times book reviewer for audio. She's listened to thousands of podcasts as part of her job with WAMU’s show “The Big Listen,” a radio program that seeks out the best and brightest minds in podcasting.

Strange bedfellows? Warring factions? Hardly! See how much your public media has in common when Boise State Public Radio and Radio Boise co-host an event at Cinder Wines in Garden City.  

Where: Cinder Wines, 107 E 44th St, Garden City, ID 83714

When: Wednesday, September 20th @ 7 p.m., doors at 6:30 p.m. 

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Are you a Science Friday superfan? Or are you more Car Talk crazy? Have Morning Edition mania? Or maybe you're StoryCorps obsessed; whatever your favorite public radio show is, join us for a fun night of trivia this Thursday June 18, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at Cinder Wines in Garden City! All listeners and supporters of Boise State Public Radio are invited to join.

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Housing development on Garden City’s riverfront has picked up as the economy has improved.  The momentum is good for local tax rolls, but it also threatens adjacent areas that are home to low-cost housing. Experts say simply replacing that housing stock won't be easy, and that many residents could be displaced with few other housing options.  


This was was updated April 24, 2015 to include audio from David Greene's Boise talk.

NPR Morning Edition host and reporter David Greene will be in Boise March 19 to give you an insider's look at what it's like to interview some of the world's most interesting people, cover American presidents, and report inside Russia.

What: David Greene speaking at Boise State Public Radio

When: Thursday, March 19, 2015 7-8:30 p.m.

Wade Goodwyn
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NPR National Desk Correspondent Wade Goodwyn recently came to Boise to share with our audience what it's like to be a journalist based in Texas.

Wade Goodwyn

With his unmistakable Texas-twang, one of NPR's most recognizable voices will be speaking at a special Boise State Public Radio event on Nov. 13.

National correspondent Wade Goodwyn has been reporting for NPR since 1991. He's covered a wide range of issues, from crime and punishment to politics and music.

Join Boise State Public Radio on Thursday, June 19 for a meet-and-greet with emerging local artists we’ve been featuring in a series of radio and web stories.