We talk to Joe Miller, a former Winthrop University professor who makes a living in Old Town by composing and recording music.
Old Town Lawyer and Speaker Pro Tempore Tommy Pope tells us about his journey from answering phones at the police station to an upcoming bid for SC governor.
Winthrop President Dr. Daniel F Mahony talks about The Democratic Presidential Candidates Forum, which took place in Rock Hill, SC on Nov. 6.
Episode 64: Building Cities With Bill Cronin, Economic Development Director for the City of Charlotte
Director of Economic Development for the City of Charlotte, Bill Cronin talks about traits of a successful city.
Musician and artist Scott Nurkin talks about the changing nature of his work and environment in the information age.
We’ll talk to designer/developer Adam Gautsch about all the changes he’s seen in more than a decade of web work. Also, we’ll talk about changing perspectives on things like transportation and the nature of employment.
In part two of our conversation with attorney Chris Clark, we’ll get more into intellectual property law. We’ll discuss ownership of ideas, and that changes hands in the legal world.
In part one of our conversation with attorney Chris Clark, we’ll talk about the music industry and how ownership of songs works in the eyes of ye ol’ law.
Micah and Chris talk about their experiences at PUSH, and the importance of small town festivals like this.
Entrepreneur Keith Smith talks about housing students through Winthrop’s International Program.