We talk to Winthrop University president Edward Serna about the future of higher education locally and nationally.
Principal of the forthcoming Kettlesong York Prep campus, Lanny Adamson talks about place-based education.
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.
Co-Owner & Brewmaster of Rock Hill Brewing, Jason Collett describes his journey to meet the people he admires and find purpose.
Award-Winning Author, Scholar, and ASUWA Studios founder Velma Love explains how society is directed by the stories we believe in.
Concerts at The Courtroom Manager, Mike Gentry talks abouts keeping new music alive in Old Town Rock Hill.
Sylvia Theater owner Paul Finnican talks about turning a shuttered Computer store into a successful music and film venue.
Deputy Director of CMA Joelle Ryan-Cook talks about the role of art museums in the community
Songwriter Slade Baird talks about leaving behind the typical adult life in a big city to play Rock n’ Roll.
Rock Band Minnesota License Plate talks about playing in a band in Old Town Rock Hill.