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Story #337: Loyd Ford: "As a teen, I lived all over the country."
host of The Stories of the Upstate.
Story #336: David White: "I was born on April Fool's Day."
founder and CEO of Fostering Great Ideas
Story #335: Ariel Turner: "As a teen, I wanted to be in the CIA."
Greenville Journal restaurant and commercial real estate reporter.
Story #334: Travis Wharton: "All the people who lived on the street where I grew up were related
to me." Spartanburg Education Coordinator for the Urban League of the Upstate
Story #333: Moody Black: "I was always drawing and painting as a teen."
Poet and spoken word artist
Story #332: Jeremy Theall: "I was one of the best runners in South Carolina when I was in high school."
Founder of Future Chord
Story #331: Ben Bounds: "I once interviewed Bo and Luke Duke."
owner of Follywood Productions
The Downtown Jam™# 34: Charles Hedgepath, Karl Lauber, Zac Kellum and David Sims
Story #330: Pamela Evette: "I was the youngest of 35 cousins."
President and CEO of Quality Business Solutions
Story #329: Lindsey Dixon: "My childhood was sand between my toes, salt water in my hair
and PB&J for lunch." Manger of Downtown Greenville's Chicora Alley