Guess Who Stopped By Lately?
We love having interesting makers and business people from the Midlands join Sloane Spencer in the Morning Dive!
Recently, we’ve welcomed Josh Cox from Bricker and Beam, Lynne Fallaw from Back To Basics Driving School, Richland Library and Columbia Museum of Art about their collaborative exhibits celebrating the art of the Coretta Scott King Illustrator Awards, The Comet and Sodacap Connector, Love Peace and Hip Hop (World Famous Family Hip Hop Day) festival in Columbia, and Mann Tools celebrating 75 years as a family business in South Carolina.
Bricker and Beam crafts handmade tables for home and corporate spaces.
Back to Basics Driving School offers drivers education from a retired law enforcement driving instructor, including the Alive at 25 program.
Richland Library and Columbia Museum of Art collaborate on events and art in both locations celebrating Black History Month.
The Comet connects people in greater Columbia to the places they need to go, often in creative, collaborative ways.
World Famous Family Hip Hop Day celebrates the traditions of hip hop, including dance and art, in an alcohol-free, family friendly event in downtown Columbia, SC.
Mann Tool continues the tradition of expert woodworkers and craftspeople selling the tools of their trade to professionals, hobbyists, and makers in the Midlands.
If your business, event, or charity happens in the Midlands, contact Sloane Spencer to see if you can join us on air soon!