We talk to Winthrop University president Edward Serna about the future of higher education locally and nationally.
Mayor John Gettys talks about the effort that went into making Rock Hill a celebrated, thriving community with a bright future and the need to be intentional about what the city looks like years from now.
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.
Agribusiness developers Ben Boyles and Will Culler talk about the current state and future of agriculture in South Carolina and beyond.
Concerts at The Courtroom Manager, Mike Gentry talks abouts keeping new music alive in Old Town Rock Hill.
Lauren Thomas discusses the growth of Lancaster, SC
USAID Advisor Patterson Brown talks about helping African communities establish positive economies.
Actor Alfonso Freeman talks about life and career, and the decision to move from Los Angeles to Rock Hill for a positive change in lifestyle. Warning: This episode contains a small amount of adult language.
Songwriter Slade Baird talks about leaving behind the typical adult life in a big city to play Rock n’ Roll.
Winthrop Professor Dr. Laura Ullrich talks about economics in Rock Hill and across the globe.