Love Field Stories

Love Field Stories

On Love Field Stories (formerly Lead With Love), we share stories, memories, and experiences about our favorite airport, Dallas Love Field, and its impact on the people of North Texas. Featuring local celebrity guests like Cynt Marshall (CEO, Dallas Mavericks) • James Faust (Artistic Director, Dallas International Film Festival) • Kevin Sherrington (Dallas Morning News sports columnist) • Veletta Forsythe Lill (Founding Executive Director, Dallas Arts District) • Miles Hargrove (Documentary filmmaker) • Mark Elfenbein (96.7 and 1310 The Ticket Sunday Morning Host) • Clark Hunt (Chairman and CEO, Kansas City Chiefs and FC Dallas). New episodes released every month. Produced by Dickie+Associates. Guest views and opinions expressed are their own.

Episodes

April 13, 2022 31 min

Harriet Baskas, author, blogger of StuckAtTheAirport.com, who has been featured on USA Today, NBC News, CNBC, and others, joins aviation consultant and the man who literally wrote the book on Love Field history, Bruce Bleakley, to discuss travel tips and the history of your favorite airport.

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The mantra engrained in our airport staff and the traveling public is “see something, say something.” 

This month's episode of Love Field Stories features Rebekah Covington and Kevin Connelly, Corporate Relations Managers for Businesses Ending Slavery and Tracking (BEST) Alliance.

Rebekah and Kevin discuss what airports and travelers can do to help combat human trafficking, the training they provide to Love Field Airport staff, a...

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For our Season 2 Premiere, Mark Elfenbein, Sunday Morning Sports Radio Show Host on 96.7 and 1310 The Ticket, joins Chairman and CEO of the Kansas City Chiefs and FC Dallas, Clark Hunt.

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For our Season 1 Finale, we are Live at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens!

Dave Forehand, Vice President of Gardens at the Arboretum, joins our very own Guy Bruggeman, Manager of Art and Programming.

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College Football Playoff Executive Director, Bill Hancock, joins our very own Communications and Marketing Director, Chris Perry.

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And remember, you can see all of the dining and shopping options by visiting: dallas-lovefield.com

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Welcome aboard Love Field Stories (formerly Lead With Love). We’re doing things a little differently. Each episode will feature guests with incredible stories and experiences about Dallas Love Field Airport.

This week, our guest is Miles Hargrove. Miles is a filmmaker in North Texas whose career began as a college student at TCU when his father was abducted by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. His documentary, Miracle Fish...

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After performing the very first magic show in the history of Dallas Love Field Airport on the Live at Love stage inside the terminal, entertainers Dal and Cinde Sanders joined this week's episode to discuss why Love Field has a performing arts program, how they make an impact in the community with magic, and a huge, surprise announcement!

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Jason Roberts, Founding Director of BetterBlock, joins Reese Collins, Area Redevelopment Manager responsible for the Dallas Homebuyer Assistance Program at the City of Dallas, to share their stories as community activists and talked about the Importance of Place (that is, how your zip code can change your lifespan), what a mixed income community is, and how they work together to manage gentrification.

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Randall White, Founder and President of 24Hr Dallas, joins Dr. Eric Anthony Johnson, Former Chief of Economic Development, Housing, and Neighborhood Services at the City of Dallas, to share their stories about the history and future of nightlife in Dallas and how economic development after dark effects our daily lives.

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Sheri Crosby Wheeler, VP of Diversity and Inclusion at Fossil, joins Scott Orr, VP of Government Relations and Public Affairs at Fidelity Investments, to share their stories about diversity, equity, and inclusion, or DEI, in the office, how DEI impacts our personal lives and local legislation today, and examples of how we can all help build DEI for others.

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Dr. Michael Hinojosa, Superintendent of Dallas ISD, joins his son, Taylor Hinojosa, former W.W. Samuel High School teacher and coach, to share their paths to success, how DISD schools and initiatives make a difference in the community particularly for underserved students, and how our community and local businesses can get involved.

And these two educators will dispel some myths about DISD with facts you may not know...

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Veletta Forsythe Lill, Dallas Arts District founding executive director, Benjamin Espino, Latino Cultural Center general manager, and Viola Delgado, Dallas public and studio artist, share stories about the history of public art in Dallas, the impact the Latino Cultural Center has had on the arts in Dallas, and specifically local and female Latino artists.

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Anthony Hill, Head of Regional Partnerships for UberEats and Host of the podcast "Legacy is More", joins Sterling Melville, Senior Strategy Manager at Pepsico and President of The Melville Family Foundation, to discuss how our lives are impacted by diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace, what they do to help and lead other people of color, and use their experiences to answer questions from the audience.

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Kevin Sherrington, sports columnist for the Dallas Morning News, asked his friend and football legend John Wooten, former NFL player and management executive, now the Chairman of the Fritz Pollard Alliance Foundation, to share his stories about the Cleveland Summit and Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali), the impact the Fritz Pollard Alliance Foundation has had on diversity and inclusion in the NFL with the recruitment of people of color i...

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James Faust, the Artistic Director of the Dallas Film Society and the Dallas International Film Festival, is pairing up with Barak Epstein, co-Founder of the Oak Cliff Film Festival and owner of Aviation Cinemas, to share stories of the impact their festivals have had on the culture of Dallas over the years and what it means to be inclusive.

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Welcome to Love Field Stories! Cynt Marshall, CEO of the Dallas Mavericks, joins Tex Moton, Dallas muralist and graffiti artist who designed the Mavs "City Edition" brand, to share the origin story of the style, their commitment to leadership and the community, and how they have witnessed art changing people's lives.

Cynt Marshall leads by example and challenges other leaders to listen and give a voice to those who are n...

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