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Best Andrea Wallenbeck podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best Andrea Wallenbeck podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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This is a podcast about the people that call Raleigh, North Carolina home. I aim to meet every neighbor, hear their stories, one conversation at a time.
 
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At 72, Mickey Fearn reflects on his rich and meaningful life. His story weaves through California redwood forests, the 1963 March on Washington, and Raleigh’s own Dorothea Dix Park. This gifted creative with a passion for relationships was repeatedly called upon by governors, mayors, universities, and The National Parks Service in DC to lead comple…
 
Guest Laurie Watson is the Director of Awakenings, Counseling for Couples and Sexuality, in Raleigh and Greensboro, and the host of ForePlay Radio, sex therapy podcast. As a certified sex therapist Laurie has twenty-eight years of experience working with couples and individuals about love and sex. Buckle your seatbelts, and get ready to talk about …
 
Shelley Winters loves Raleigh. As a matter of fact, her ancestors called Raleigh home as far back as the 1790s. 6 generations ago! We hear about her family's commitment to public service, leadership, and empowerment. Shelley reflects on her time at NC A&T, leading Citizen Advisory Councils, sitting on the Arts Commission, and how to honor the past,…
 
This week Paula Tavares takes us 350 miles off the West coast of Africa, to the Cape Verde islands. Paula speaks 4 languages, each of them representing her family’s journey from Cape Verde, to Angola, to Boston, Miami and now Raleigh. Working in business and technology, and experiencing immigration and poverty inform Paula's work in the medical fie…
 
We're reissuing this episode from 2018 with Lew Stewart, the head brewer at Trophy Brewing in downtown Raleigh. Check out the expanded Trophy Brewing + Pizza location on Morgan Street! As a self-described “tinkerer,” Les gets obsessed with figuring things out, and thankfully for us his main obsession is brewing amazing beer. Les talks about everyth…
 
Entering her 30th year of teaching, this native North Carolinian has a special place in her heart for making children feel safe so they can learn and thrive. Jenni is not only the Magnet and AIG Coordinator at Hunter Elementary School she’s a fun-loving and spiritual gal that loves the arts and natural world. Her infectious joy will have you repeat…
 
Armed with a velvet blue couch and cupcake pillow, Kate challenges our relationships with food and some widely held beliefs about health. As an LPC certified in Health at Any Size, and Intuitive Eating principles, Kate’s counseling practice focuses on eating disorders and body image. We discuss the importance of being kind to ourselves, and fightin…
 
Neighbors of Raleigh host Andrea Wallenbeck and Episode 28 guest John Fowler share some thoughts on Tina Fey, Hannah Gadsby, Jerry Seinfeld, and Dave Chappelle. They delve deeper into comedy’s ability to address societal issues, and how if you’re doing it right, improv makes you a good person.By Andrea Wallenbeck
 
Join us on this quest as we learn about John’s childhood goal to become a wizard, avoid homework, and survive family canoe trips right after hurricanes. He spent his early years in Warren County before moving to Carteret County and the easy-breezy life on Emerald Isle. With his first baby on the way, John reflects on fatherhood and what he learned …
 
Lydia Correa lives to help children. As a social worker for Wake County Child Protective Services, Lydia channels her experiences as a childhood trauma survivor into being a champion for kids in need. Lydia's goal is to work collaboratively with families to keep children safely in their homes. She also discusses the foster care system and the GIFT …
 
Dogs! Puppies! Pot-belly pigs and goats! We’re starting season 2 off with an episode for animal lovers and listeners with big hearts. Would you believe that a north Raleigh farm is home to the sweetest animal rescue you could ever imagine? Meet Molly Goldston, the owner of Saving Grace animal rescue. Molly’s dedicated her life and family farm to re…
 
Andrea and Luke preview the upcoming episodes of Season 2! This time around Luke gets to ask the questions and Andrea is on the hot seat. She talks about her favorite moments, what her inspiration was for the season, and more. They also get into a little background on why the podcast took a break and what to expect moving forward.…
 
For Jenny, coffee is all about the relationships it fosters: locals gathering at the diner, her first date with her husband, friends in new cities, and Raleigh neighbors. Slingshot Coffee Company has grown from a dream into a nationally selling brand in 5 short, caffeinated years. Jenny tells about her rich childhood experiences growing up on her f…
 
Javier is the creator, producer, and host of the true-crime podcast Pretend Radio. He shares about his experiences diving into the world of con-artists, undercover agents, and snake-oil salesman. Javier is a native of Miami, Florida with strong Cuban roots. He tells of his childhood, early career in journalism, the strong Raleigh podcast community,…
 
David’s artwork in posters and murals have become part of the visual landscape of Raleigh. David’s childhood was filled with backyard exploration, floating down the Neuse River, trips to the beach and camping in the mountains. His art education began at home with a family steeped in design, and continued at SCAD, Penland, & Arrowmont. All of these …
 
A few years ago, Jed began posting pictures of blank walls he saw around the city on his @Newraleigh blog with the caption #putamuralhere. This conversation starter concerning city beautification and place making grew into the Raleigh Murals Project. This collective aims to connect artists and businesses as they aim to make our city “as colorful as…
 
This local architect and her husband, have been on a crazy journey creating a boutique hotel from an abandoned historic home. From rolling the structure through the streets of downtown to picking light fixtures and everything in between, this has been an challenging design project. Nicole has her own interesting historic past - with grandparents on…
 
Les Stewart, Head Brewer at Trophy Brewing, was raised in the small town of Fremont, NC in Wayne County. As a self-described “tinkerer,” Les gets obsessed with figuring things out, and thankfully for us his main obsession is brewing amazing beer. Les talks about everything from chemistry, open-source technology, business development, craft brewing …
 
Like most kids, Jessica experienced the freedom and excitement of riding bikes around her neighborhood. It wasn’t until she moved to Raleigh as an adult that she developed a love for all things cycling. She now races competitively for Oak City Cycle Project aka “the best people in the world”. Over a tasty beverage, Jess explains cyclo-cross, traini…
 
Spring is finally here in Raleigh, NC and we have flowers on our mind. Hannah Ross is the co-owner of Wylde, a downtown flower shop. A chance high-school newspaper assignment at Wakefield HS, lead to a love of agriculture. A long illness and loss of her mother guided Hannah back to her creative side and ignited dreams to own her own business. Hanna…
 
The ever vibrant Cheryl Kirk-Duggan is my guest this week. Cheryl is currently a professor at Shaw University, and recently published her first solo book of poetry but that hardly sums up this renaissance woman. Cheryl takes us through her early life in Charles Lake, LA, performing in NYC/Europe, and finding love and purpose. She is a woman of dept…
 
Meet Mark Ezzell. You may not recognize his name, and that’s just fine with Mark. This Raleigh resident prefers to dedicate his time and energy supporting government programs that are out of the spotlight, but make big impacts across our state. Thankfully, Mark opened up to NOR about his views on state politics, growing up the son of a senator, and…
 
The number one question people with older pets ask Shann, a veterinarian, is "How will I know when it is time to put my pet to sleep?". In this episode Shann reviews quality of life indicators, alternative options and logistics to consider.By Andrea Wallenbeck
 
Shann has journeyed from the rural town of her childhood to over 30 countries, riding 3rd class trains, staying in hostels and backpacking with her husband through Asia and the Americas. Her compassion led her first to a career in social work then to NCSU veterinarian school. She now runs a mobile vet business out of her Toyota Corolla performing e…
 
Crime reporter turned postpartum doula, Pam founded First Daze & Nightzzz and offers calm, wisdom and sleep to new parents. In the Jewish community, she is a mikveh guide and in this way continues her work witnessing and assisting in significant transitions of birth, death and renewal. She is learning to enjoy her newly empty nest and reflects on t…
 
Alicia left Maubeuge, France at age 18 and has been dancing all day, everyday, ever since. She arrived at Carolina Ballet in 2006, became soloist in 2010, and has been learning the role of ballet mistress. Alicia has enjoyed a longer career than many, and elaborates on the role of mental strength, persistence, and friendships necessary to survive t…
 
Adopted from birth, Ty explores the roles of nature and nurture as he recounts his journey of finding his birth mom and his two terms in NC General Assembly. Listen to threads woven of love and loss, family and civic duty, dreams and dreams deferred.By Andrea Wallenbeck
 
Today's episode is a snapshot of my morning by the downtown bus station and 4 people I encountered there. Tyrone was setting up his hot dog stand and greeting customers as he organized supplies and fired the grill. Across the street, Christine, who owns the new bookstore Read With Me, was putting out her sandwhich board of upcoming events and is pa…
 
Zainab, born in Raleigh, is running for City Council to represent the younger generation and ensure that this wonderful city cares for all of its citizens for the next 50 years. It is notable that she is also a Muslim American citizen and although she is so much more than that, her story has been defined by events of 9-11, Gulf Wars, and #OurThreeW…
 
Money provides options and Andrew is the guy that wants to help anyone realize their goals from growing a nest egg to helping former convicts reestablish their financial independence. Finances can be sensitive and highly emotional; Andrew aims to establish and maintain the trust of his clients with grace and understanding. Andrew loves his work as …
 
Tami is on a microgreen mission to change the world. She unexpectedly stumbled into this calling just a few years ago after a chance weekend class. She quit her long time career managing a patent attorney's office and became an agro-entrepreneur and founder of Sweet Peas Urban Gardens. Using a new urban growing system developed here in Raleigh, cal…
 
Music is the constant theme that weaves through Marty's life. Her work includes The Conservatory, Community Music School, SproutSongs Music, 17 years as the pianist for Bill Leslie's (of WRAL) band, co-hosting Raleigh's Listen to Your Mother, and most recently teaching at The Raleigh School. In addition to composing, teaching and recording at home,…
 
"I swore I'd never come back [to Raleigh] and yet I always yearned for it... I love the ocean and I knew I would but on my own terms." Mary Margaret was born and raised in Raleigh and recently returned to her family's property and has even inherited her childhood phone number. She speaks about the old Raleigh accent, the grand Lumina ballroom on Wr…
 
The Roast Grill is a one of a kind place in downtown Raleigh and Hot Dog George is no exception. George is a jack of all trades and full of stories. His family's immigrant story includes cargo ships and Ellis Island and helps explains why this little hot dog joint serves chili dogs AND baklava. Little has changed over the 70 years of the Roast Gril…
 
You may have seen Staci walking her adorable dog around the neighborhood, or greeting you at Active Chiropractic. Perhaps you have taken an art class from her at Sertoma Arts Center or bought a ring from her business, Juniper Bay Metals, at one of the Triangle's maker markets. In case you haven't met Staci yet, you are in for a treat. She is a thou…
 
Sylvester is an admired elder in my neighborhood. He happens to be my next door neighbor. He is active, happy, and full of stories. Born on Christmas Eve, 1930's to share croppers in Louisburg, NC, Sylvester shares some of what he has seen and experienced over his lifetime. Links: The old Rex Hospital- pictures etc: http://goodnightraleigh.com/2014…
 
From Shinjuku to Raleigh, this is an immigrant story. Hide and I spoke at his home for hours. I regret that we didn't discuss his new business Pine State Coffee, or his road to citizenship. You will have to ask him yourself. Enjoy getting to know more about this neighbor. Coffee- of course we start with coffee! Childhood in Tokyo: family, culture, …
 
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