First, when posed the question, “How did you get on the internet if you didn’t have a phone?” Chuck Conrad answered with The Texas Broadcast Museum. In 2016, Conrad began telling the story of broadcast technology through cameras, radios, televisions, and more. His collection includes technology that was once considered “cutting-edge” as well as equipment that captured such historical moments such as the Kennedy Assassination. Then, Bob and Keli revisit Tom Curry who’s moved on from home constructionto highly acclaimed paintings. Curry recognizes his style may not be for everyone, but it’s the pursuit of his passion that motivates him most. Finally, this Port Isabel staple, Mauel’s, is is serving up bigger-than-your-face tortillas with even bigger heart. Owner and founder Manuel Barrosco works with his son Frank to continue to serve happily returning customers his mother’s secret recipes.
Season 50, Episode 8
Oct 30, 2021
Texas Museum of Broadcasting & Communications, Tom Curry Art, and Manuel’s Restaurant
In This Episode
Season 50, Episode 9