In this episode of Downtown Depot, host Austin Meek talks with guest Bland Cromwell. Cromwell is part of the 11th Street Partnership, a group of local entrepreneurs who have been acquiring parcels of land west of I-35. In this episode Cromwell talks about his decades-long experience in real estate and development in Waco.
This week there's plenty to keep you busy in Wacotown. You can head to the grand openings of the Waco Hispanic Museum and the East Waco Library, or check out the Heart of Texas Airshow or MDA's Chillin and Grillin at Indian Spring Park. But that's not all there is, find out more in this week's episode of Act Locally Waco.
One hundred twenty years ago today, Crush, Texas was one of the biggest cities in the state. Never heard of it? That’s because it was made up, created and gone in a day. It was the site for a publicity stunt that would soon be called the “duel of iron monsters."
Shawn Achor researches how people can re-wire their brain to be happier. He says there are two things that accelerate the brain toward growth – the perception of progress and seeing the finish line as being close.
Jim Haller sits down for a conversation with Dr. Roland Goertzon this episode of the Central Texas Leadership Series. Dr. Goertz is Chief Executive Officer of the Heart of Texas Community Health Center.
This program was recorded June 1, 2016.
Central Texas Leadership series. Jim Haller inteviewing Roland Goertz
With poverty comes many problems. Along with a low socio-economic status, many impoverished families face debilitating legal problems that continue to erode their income. For KWBU, Sakina Haji reports that one local organization trying to alleviate this.
This weekend and during the week ahead there's plenty to do in Wacotown. Ashley Bean Thornton is back in the KWBU studios to help us sift through everything, from the Moulin Rouge at the Hippodrome to the Brazos Forum's latest lecture. Find out about more July events in this week's episode of Act Locally Waco.