Lacey Daley

Digital Content Coordinator

As Boise State Public Radio’s Digital Content Coordinator, Lacey implements the station’s comprehensive digital workflow, manages all BSPR social media accounts, and maintains the overall navigational design of the website. Some of her digital handiwork for the station has won her awards from RTDNA's Edward R. Murrow regional competition and the Idaho Press Club.

She's also the cohost of You Know The Place, a quirky, curious podcast that explores the Idaho stores, shops, clubs, and pubs you always pass by, but never seem to visit.

Prior to joining BSPR in August 2015, Lacey received her MFA in Fiction from Boise State. While getting her master’s, she also taught English and Creative Writing classes at BSU and served as Associate Editor for The Idaho Review. 

Lacey grew up in Buffalo, New York, which makes her a Bills fan by default. When not writing or working, you can find Lacey on a treadmill, in the garden, or taking care of her handsome pup.

Parrots 'N' Stuff

Jun 7, 2018
Joel Wayne

Since we started this season at a reptile store, it seems appropriate to end it at a bird shop, right? Shout out to Brian in Boise for the suggestion! Warning: This episode contains some loud squawking and LD's (ugh) bird voice.


Boise Stage Stop

May 31, 2018
Joel Wayne

Say you're on a road trip and just happen to be craving the following: a hot shower, hashbrowns & gravy, a personalized pocket knife, a bucket of popcorn in a movie theater, a bidet. Well, there's a place for all that.


Stewart's Gem Shop

May 24, 2018
Joel Wayne

We stumbled upon a hidden gem in west downtown Boise that just happens to sell gems. Coincidence? You tell us.


Sunset Club

May 17, 2018
Joel Wayne

When's the last time you celebrated the sunset? We drop in on a social club for "those who like watching the sunset, getting together with queerfolk and having a hoot." Because, why not? Champagne toast included.


JUMP (& Tractors)

May 10, 2018
Lacey Daley

Week six and it's about time we address the elephant in the room, er, city: What the heck is JUMP?


Joel Wayne

It's week five and we find ourselves looking for a place and an experience.  #postfloatglow is a real thing, people.


Boise Acro Yoga

Apr 26, 2018
Joel Wayne

For week four, we turn to the digital world. Just as you can drive by a store or shop, you can scroll by or happen across tons of groups and spaces on the internet. So, what happens when you join one and then actually show up in real life? Listen in.


The Beardsmith

Apr 19, 2018
Lacey Daley / Boise State Public Radio

For our third field trip, we find ourselves at The Beardsmith, a local barber shop that's doing its best to preserve the majesty of the beard.


India Fashion & Grocery

Mar 21, 2018
Joel Wayne

In our second episode, we pop into a family-owned shop that specializes in clothing and jewelry from India, Pakistan, and Nepal.


Boise's Rockin Reptile

Mar 7, 2018

Tag along for our first episode when we drop into a local reptile shop to learn about Jesus lizards, tail-less geckos, and why all women are attracted to snakes.


Today Show

For better or worse, 2017 has been a monumental year. By now you've probably seen the commercials putting this year to rest--but not yet! We want to spend the final days of 2017 reminiscing on some of the stories that went viral here on the home front.

Jim Callender / Flickr Creative Commons

Due to slowness and system errors in their computer system, The Idaho Transportation Department has closed driver’s licensing offices across the state, with the exception of Ada and Canyon counties.

Katherine Jones / Idaho Statesman

Cecil Andrus, the longest-serving governor of Idaho and former Secretary of the Interior has died. A lion of Idaho Democratic politics, Andrus had long led the state's charge to balance environmental preservation with economic growth, which sometimes led to allies on either side side dismissing him. 

College of Idaho / Facebook

The president of the College of Idaho announced Thursday she’s stepping down from her leadership role. The departure comes as a surprise.

Charlotte Borst has filled the top job at the Caldwell college since being appointed two years ago. She was the 13th president of the liberal arts school.

 

For over two decades, the Sun Valley Writers’ Conference has distinguished itself from other writing conferences by its focus on ideas rather than the “business” of writing and publishing. And this year, its 23rd, the idea in focus is character.

The annual literary festival this year is guided by the theme: A Question of Character. The audience of around 1,000 will hear and learn from renowned writers exploring the ideas and limitations of character.

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