Alfred Turner

Rose-breasted Grosbeak

By Alfred Turner

An immature, male Rose-breasted Grosbeak.

A listener sees an immature, male Rose-breasted Grosbeak and is a bit confused by its colors.

Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists in the Johnson Collection

By Alfred Turner

Detail from Art Studio, by Thereas Pollak.

Spanning the decades between the late 1890s and early 1960s, The Johnson Collection’s new exhibition and its companion book, Central to Their Lives: Southern Women Artists in the Johnson Collection, examine the particularly complex challenges Southern women artists confronted in a traditionally conservative region during a period in which women’s social, cultural, and political roles were

Protecting Your Innovation

By Alfred Turner

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Innovation is very important to most companies.  Our next guest says that what can be even more important is protecting that innovation. Mike Switzer interviews Nichole Hayden, an intellectual property attorney with Nelson Mullins in Greenville, SC.

Aging Population = Pressure Cooker for Healthcare Industry

By Alfred Turner

Magen Shelton

Magen Shelton Credit Mike Switzer/SC Public Radio Pretty much everyone is aware of the baby boomer bubble rolling through retirement time in our country right now.  And this leads to another popular term you may not have heard much about: the “silver tsunami”, our aging population featuring 10,000 people per day turning 65.  Our next guest says this is about to inflict serious pressure on certain industr

Year-End Investment Planning

By Alfred Turner

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There are many signs that the economy is strong: second quarter GDP was revised upward to 4.2%, Walmart reported same store sales growth of 4.5%--its highest growth rate in ten years.  The unemployment rate is low and companies are having a hard time finding new, qualified workers.  What does this mean for your investment strategy as the year winds down?

Uncompromising Activist: Richard Greener, First Black Professor at USC

By Alfred Turner

Richard T. Greener, circa 1900; by J. H. Cunningham. In The Colored American, February 24, 1900.

Richard T. Greener, circa 1900; by J. H. Cunningham. In The Colored American, February 24, 1900. Credit The Colored American, February 24, 1900 / Library of Congress/Chronicling America (Originally broadcast 06/01/18) - Richard Theodore Greener (1844–1922) was a renowned black activist and scholar.

Common Sense Rules for Safe Produce

By Alfred Turner

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Hello Gardeners, I’m Amanda McNulty with Clemson Extension and Making It Grow. The produce safety rules portion of the Food and Drug Administrations’ new Food Safety Modernization act are based on common sense.

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