24 Frames: The Future: 3D Printing

Jun 4, 2014

This episode was a part of a collaboration with several other PBS Digital Studios shows, all talking about THE FUTURE!!

24 Frames: To The Bone

Jun 4, 2014

Joe Taylor is an artist living in Crosbyton, TX. He tells us his story of creating art in Los Angeles and finally getting into archeology and starting the Mt. Blanco Fossil Museum in Crosbyton.

Media and it's consumption is always changing; in the 80s came the boom of the comic book industry and with all the fanfare of it's arrival also came it's downfall. By the late 90's the industry bottomed out but Star Comics in Lubbock has been through the ups and downs and still remains today. Owner Robert Mora shares the history of his store and in the process gives insight into where comics may go into the future. 

24 Frames: Thrift Store Cowboys

Jun 4, 2014

Lubbock may be known for it's music history with acts such as Buddy Holly and the Flatlanders but the Thrift Store Cowboys have strived and thrived as a musical act in Lubbock worthy of notice. In this story we take a look back at the history of the band as lead singer Daniel Fluitt gets ready to head to Tennessee.

24 Frames: Life and Glass

Jun 4, 2014

In this EMMY nominated segment, glass artist Lee Ware shares his story and how giving up the rat race of the corporate world and following his dream has led to peace of mind and happiness.