Mack Cleveland was recruited by college basketball powerhouses like Arizona and Michigan State. But he couldn't get along with his coaches and was benched for much of his senior season. He played college ball, but lost his chance to play for the NBA. Mack has found his calling now in working with kids who have the same issues he had. One of the young prospects Mack has helped is Ivan Johnson. Also in this epsiode: photographer Art Shay.
There’s a wall in Seattle that’s constantly changing. It’s the back wall of Unexpected Productions, a theater in the Pike Place Market. Artistic Director Randy Dixon says that while his troupe is known for improv, the audience also stops by to see the show in the alleyway. It’s 54 feet of gum -- 250,000
Shonte Frederick and AJ Ware are both part of a program called Inmates to Entrepreneurs. AJ is now mentoring Shonte through the program, helping her find the stability and security he’s found in owning his own business.