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Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
33 minutes | Oct 22, 2021
Know the News: Supporting Dance Organizations
A recent survey of the public found a strong interest in supporting Northwest Arkansas dance organizations, but relatively low awareness of the groups offering dance performances. We explore the results and what they mean with survey director Karen Castleman in this week’s edition of the Know the News podcast.
37 minutes | Oct 20, 2021
Prep Rally: Heartbreak, Wins and Streaks
Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Sports reporters recap the heartbreaking Fort Smith Northside loss to Conway, and Fayetteville’s huge 42-34 win against Bentonville that ended the Tigers’ 35-game conference winning streak.
27 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
Know the News - Coping with employee shortages
Restaurants and retail stores aren’t the only employers having trouble finding workers these days. School districts are struggling to find people to hire for support roles like custodians and bus drivers, and it’s creating some challenges for faculty, students and parents alike. We’ll talk about how school districts are coping on Know the News.
37 minutes | Oct 13, 2021
Prep Rally - Roger's Big Win
NWADG sports reporters recap last week’s big games in the area including Rogers’ big 33-28 win against Bentonville West.
41 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
Know the News - Western Benton County Expansion
Northwest Arkansas can expect to see a lot of growth over the next 25 years, with much of it likely to occur in western Benton County along major highways that exist or will soon exist. We examine this trend in today’s podcast with Tim Conklin, assistant director at the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission; Mike Harvey, chief operating officer at the Northwest Arkansas Council; and Randall Noblett, mayor of Cave Springs.
37 minutes | Oct 7, 2021
Week 5 recap - Bladen Fike's stellar game
NWADG Sports Reporter recap week five of the prep football season including Fayetteville’s 48-13 win against Rogers as Bladen Fike fires six touchdown passes and runs for another — in the first half.
29 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Know The News - High-Tech recruitment in NWA
Take that, Austin, Texas! The local business community gets aggressive recruiting high-tech workers to relocate to Northwest Arkansas. Hear how they’re making the pitch on the “Know the News” podcast.
9 minutes | Oct 1, 2021
Whats' Up Podcast - Mule Jumping in Pea Ridge
As editor of the Pea Ridge Times, Annette Beard has been covering the community’s annual mule jump for years. She’ll chat with Features Editor Becca Martin-Brown about the event, the participants she’s met and the joys of small-town journalism.
39 minutes | Sep 28, 2021
Prep Rally - Conference football's opening week
NWADG Sports Editor Chip Souza and River Valley sports reporter Leland Barclay dive into the opening week of conference football in this week’s podcast. They also pay tribute to longtime Fort Smith sports reporter Buck Ringgold, who’s leaving the newspaper in Fort Smith after 20-plus years of covering River Valley prep sports.
13 minutes | Sep 25, 2021
Harvest Festival at Silver Dollar City
It’s time for fall foods, thousands of pumpkins, one-of-a-kind crafts and country music at Silver Dollar City, the 1880s-style Branson theme park. Listen as Lisa Rau, a longtime park spokeswoman talks about what’s new with Features Editor Becca Martin-Brown.
37 minutes | Sep 24, 2021
What the Bella Vista Bypass will mean for Northwest Arkansas
It’s happening: the Bella Vista Bypass is about to open. Officials will celebrate completion of the project with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 30. We chat with Tim Conklin of the Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission and Rob Smith of the Northwest Arkansas Council about what this long-awaited project means to our region.
16 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
Know The News - The LPGA is coming
It’s hard to believe that the LPGA has been competing Northwest Arkansas for 18 years, but it has. The 2021 version of the Walmart Championship Presented by Proctor and Gamble starts this week, and we’ll talk about the tournament’s impact on the community.
18 minutes | Sep 17, 2021
What's Up! NWA - Steve Parker and his listening objects
Artist, musician and curator Steve Parker uses sculpture to engage people in the art of Deep Listening. His Listening Objects project will be on exhibition at Turnbow Park, on the grounds of Shiloh Museum of Ozark History and inside INTERFORM in Downtown Springdale through Oct. 13. Parker discusses his practice and the works with What’s Up! Associate Editor Jocelyn Murphy.
35 minutes | Sep 16, 2021
Prep Rally - Northside's big football win and recap of 6A volleyball
The NWA Democrat-Gazette sports reporters along with Leland Barclay in the River Valley, break down Fort Smith Northside’s big win against Greenwood, and Paul Boyd recaps the start to 6A-West Conference volleyball action.
21 minutes | Sep 10, 2021
Know the News - Remembering the Arkansas-Texas Rivalry
The storied football rivalry between Arkansas and Texas renews Saturday. We’ll talk a look back at some of the most memorable games in the series with people who were there to see them, Clay Henry, Grant Hall and former Razorback Tom Ginn.
33 minutes | Sep 8, 2021
Prep Rally - Football Week 2 review
The NWADG sports staff recaps the second week of the prep football season, Bentonville’s loss to Conway, and Farmington’s big Highway 62 Battle win against Prairie Grove among other games in the region. We also discuss prep volleyball as Springdale Har-Ber moves to 10-0 on the season.
13 minutes | Sep 3, 2021
What's Up - Avenue Q at Arkansas Public Theatre
Producing “Avenue Q” has meant lots of new experiences at Arkansas Public Theatre, including — of course — puppets but also putting the show together with a new music director, Wendell Jones. Director Ed McClure and Jones chat with Features Editor Becca Martin-Brown in this What’s Up! podcast. Look for the story in this weekend's What Up! nwaonline.com/features/whatsup/
21 minutes | Sep 2, 2021
Know The News - Helping the formerly incarcerated return home
Meet Nick Robbins. He runs Returning Home, a ministry designed to help formerly incarcerated people return to their communities. Why does he do it? Because he’s been there himself.
39 minutes | Sep 1, 2021
Prep Rally - First week of football review
On this week’s Prep Rally podcast the NWADG sports staff recaps the Battle of Rogers Ave., and the other opening week games. They also discuss the halftime ceremony on Friday night in Greenwood when former quarterback Aaron Gamble, who was killed in a car wreck this summer, will have his jersey retired.
35 minutes | Aug 29, 2021
What's Up! - Jazz Series at the Walton Art Center
The Walton Arts Center 2021-22 season kicks off Sept. 10 with the first show on the Starrlight Jazz Club Series. Jazz Curator at the WAC, Robert Ginsburg, joins What’s Up! Associate Editor Jocelyn Murphy to discuss the five performances on the lineup.
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