4th generation craftsman, Jay Leake talks about the ups and downs of his family’s furniture making business and how they went from hard times to international status.
Concerts at The Courtroom Manager, Mike Gentry talks abouts keeping new music alive in Old Town Rock Hill.
USAID Advisor Patterson Brown talks about helping African communities establish positive economies.
The 2nd half of our conversation with photographer and A Band Called Death director, Jeff Howlett.
Photographer and A Band Called Death director, Jeff Howlett talks about his career in creativity.
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.
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.
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.