We talk to Winthrop University president Edward Serna about the future of higher education locally and nationally.
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.
Clean Slate Productions Owner, Ben Sliker talks about his experience with the traditional filmmaking model and why he prefers the small community approach.
Concerts at The Courtroom Manager, Mike Gentry talks abouts keeping new music alive in Old Town Rock Hill.
Black Sheep Skate Shop owner Josh Frazier talks about turning his passion into a living
USAID Advisor Patterson Brown talks about helping African communities establish positive economies.
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.
Tim Elliott from Sidewalk Development, and Pauline Harris from SPIN LLC tell us about the radical changes coming to the environment of Old Town with a project that will bridge Winthrop University and Downtown Rock Hill.
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.