Deputy Director of CMA Joelle Ryan-Cook talks about the role of art museums in the community
USAID Advisor Patterson Brown talks about helping African communities establish positive economies.
Charlotte Storytellers cofounder, Nora Orton talks about running a spoken word group, and the power of human interaction.
Teacher and writer Ben Graham talks about the human history and the power of relationships.
Rock Band Minnesota License Plate talks about playing in a band in Old Town Rock Hill.
Loom Director Jennifer Belk talks about the impact of cowork.
We talk to Connor Clinch about the relationship between humans and the art that surrounds them.
We talk to Joe Miller, a former Winthrop University professor who makes a living in Old Town by composing and recording music.
Jason talks about the ideas he walked with from York County Day about solving South Carolina’s DOT budget issues.
We’ll talk to Rock Hill Economic & Urban Development Director Stephen Turner about the city’s past, present, and future.