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The Garden

Everyone had their own experience last year—this was mine. We like many planted a garden. It was brought about by stillness and helped us frame a year of both creativity and joy as well as sadness and grief.

Recent Episodes

The Garden

Oct. 7, 2021

Everyone had their own experience last year—this was mine. We like many planted a garden. It was brought about by stillness and helped us frame a year of both creativity and joy as well as sadness and grief.

The Pen Pal

Sept. 23, 2021

Jakob gets an email from someone in Germany asking to be his penpal and says yes. What followed was a surprisingly deep connection and a trans-atlantic pokemon card trade between kids.

IM GOD Neighbors Presents: Middle Of Everywhere

Dec. 18, 2020

One atheist's journey to get the vanity license plate IM GOD.

I Am Not Your Enemy

Dec. 4, 2020

Through a conversation we shed some light and hope on the political divide in the country and equip you with some tools for peacemaking.

The Coronabride

Nov. 13, 2020

Need a good cry to honor the big things in your life that did or didn’t happen in 2020?

The Joy Of Chickens

Oct. 30, 2020

Cynthia used to be a nurse, now she's a woman of the land.

About the Hosts

Jakob Lewis

Jakob has produced Neighbors since 2013. Originally from a small town in Missouri he's been in Nashville for over 10 years with his wife, son, and two dogs. Jakob graduated from the Transom Story Workshop and founded the now disbanded audio collective The Heard. He was the 2018-2019 Oz Artistic Fellow. Jakob has worked as a custom cabinet maker, wildland firefighter, and crewmember at Trader Joe's. His love for gathering stories and telling them has led him to found Great Feeling Studios a podcast production studio, where he helps others tell their stories.

Cariad Harmon

Cariad Harmon is an independent radio producer, writer, and musician, living in Nashville Tennessee. Her music has appeared in film and television, and after the release of her 2nd album Rolling Stone Magazine dubbed her, “Joni Mitchell by way of Broad City.”  These days she prefers the other side of the microphone, making stories about the ties that bind us together, pull us apart, and connect us to the world.