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Episode 231: From Wings to Latin Delights and Everything in Between: Joseph Nguyen’s Insider Tips for Foodies in Northwest Arkansas

Joseph Nguyen, aka the Hangry Pedaler NWA, traces his culinary passion to his immigrant upbringing. His wife Nina expanded his palate and together they explored Northwest Arkansas’ food scene, chronicled on Instagram from 2015. Not a typical critic, Joseph shares his discoveries eagerly, becoming a trusted food guide and fostering a community of fellow enthusiasts. His journey exemplifies the joy of culinary exploration and the connections forged through a shared love of food.

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Bonus Episode: Building Equitable Communities: Northwest Arkansas and the Future of Community Land Trusts

About the Show: Do you want to ensure that your community remains affordable and accessible for all residents? Our guest speakers will share the solution…

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Episode 230: Driving Towards Success: Noah Washington’s Exclusive Interviews with Northwest Arkansas Icons

Meet Noah Washington, a University of Arkansas sophomore whose passion sets him apart. Noah’s particular vision has inspired his YouTube show, The Ridin’ Around Show in which he artistically conveys the stories of great university athletes through dialogue and carpool karaoke. His creative technique, similar to James Corden’s Late Late Night Show has earned him a local sensation demonstrating his broadcasting skills.

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Bonus Episode: Understanding the Needs of Northwest Arkansas’ Black Community: The State of Black Census

On this episode of the I Am Northwest Arkansas podcast, Randy Wilburn converses with Chris Seawood and Lindsey Leverett-Higgins from the Northwest Arkansas Martin Luther King Jr Council. They delve into the State of Black Northwest Arkansas Census, aiming to gather vital data on the Black community’s experiences and needs for inclusivity and informed decisions.

They reflect on historical challenges and the resilience of Black communities, emphasize inclusive growth in the region, discuss talent retention hurdles, and highlight the census as a tool for positive change.

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