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We're back, Ozarkers! The boys kick off the new season of Hey Hey NWA with an exploration of death omens and burial rituals from historical Ozark folklore. Zac shares some of the ominous signs he's encountered in the last week and Peyton offers some thoughtful commentary about funeral ceremonies. Other topics include: practices to avoid death, clip…
 
In celebration of and preparation for Pride, Zac and Peyton talk to Hannah Withers and RIchard Gathright, two of the coordinators of the NWA Pride Parade and Festival. They discuss the history of Pride in Northwest Arkansas, the reasons why being involved is important, and the many events that will be going on at this year's celebration. Also inclu…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some more co…
 
This week on Hey Hey NWA, Zac and Peyton talk with the lead man of Brother Moses, James Lockhart. As the band packs up and heads toward NYC, James recounts the last several years of making music, touring, and performing in front of live audiences in NWA and beyond. Other topics include: free floating around, ten year-old rap songs about Chicago, mu…
 
In this episode, Zac and Peyton talk to Lisa and Laura of the Lean Back Podcast, a show about utilizing a critical feminist lens to analyze and discuss important topics like work, pleasure, and shame. The boys try to keep up as Lisa and Laura explain the importance of imagination, the nuances of #MeToo, and why Batman is more problematic than you m…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some more co…
 
This week on the podcast, Peyton and Zac talk with the makers of the Dogpatch USA documentary film. Jeff Carter (Director), Heather Carter (Executive Producer), and Danielle Keller (Producer) share about the history of the Dogpatch USA and its characters, the people who brought these characters to life at the park, and the experience of making a do…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some more co…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Follow us on Facebook at…
 
In celebration of Earth Day 2018, the boys sit down with the girls of Zilch, Heather Machelle and Marci DeVenney, to discuss their restaurant-centric waste reduction campaign starting in May. They riffle through Peyton's recycling and explain what's right and wrong, while Zac asks the hard questions about composting. This episode's got everything: …
 
Get ready for some long overdue Ozark Folklore as Zac and Peyton read and discuss Vance Randolph's book "Ozark Superstitions"--all while drinking some Arkansas-made moonshine. Topics include: love potion concoctions, gifting your warts to unsuspecting victims, spectral dogs, peeing on campfires, and more!Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some more co…
 
Saturday, April 7th, 2018 is the first ever Limelight Music Festival. It will feature eight bands and solo musicians from around NWA showcasing their work all in one place. It will feature Bentonville Brewing Company beer, food trucks, vendors, and (of course) your two favorite hosts, Zac and Peyton. In this episode, we sit with Ryan Woodland, the …
 
The boys head to Bentonville's 8th Street Market to talk with Lauren Blanco and Preston Stewart, co-founders of NWA's best chocolate shop and bar Markham & Fitz. They discuss the process of making high quality chocolate, the importance of sourcing chocolate responsibly and sustainably, and the imagination it takes to create some of the unique cocoa…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Elyse, Peyton, and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some…
 
Following the special election for the Bentonville City Council and a few recent conversations, Peyton and Zac sit down to discuss everyone's favorite topic: politics. Rather than arguing, however, the two talk about some of the psychology behind why people decide to vote or not, how tipping your favorite band is a political act, and other unconven…
 
Looking for things to do, places to go, or food to eat in Northwest Arkansas? Elyse, Peyton, and Zac sit down to discuss some of their NWA favorites in this week's Local Lowdown.Hey Hey NWA is a podcast that highlights the arts, businesses, initiatives, and culture of Northwest Arkansas through conversational interviews with locals.Looking for some…
 
Christina and Amos Blackwood are skilled craftspeople practicing their work in Northwest Arkansas. They work in clay, stone, and wallpaper. Peyton and Zac join them in their home to discuss not only their art, but also hope, family, and devoting energy to the things that deserve it. Amos takes the reigns on this week's Ozark Superstitions and talks…
 
On this episode of Hey Hey NWA, Peyton and Zac talk with the guy who introduced them, Jerad Sears. Jerad is the director of the Narrative Network, a collection of microchurches in Northwest Arkansas focused on affecting tangible change in the communities here. The three talk about how individuals can better recognize and meet needs as well as how t…
 
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