Bob Tedrow is a fixture of Homewood. He’s been repairing band instruments, guitars, and violins for more than 30 years. Along the way, he became obsessed with concertinas and taught himself to build them from scratch.
Hosted by Jackie Clay.
Presented from Lowe Mill Arts & Entertainment and featuring segments about Studio by the Tracks; Pinky Bass; Southern Broadway; Bib & Tucker Sew Op; Hedge Lord and Bre Saxon's Photo Booth.
In unlikely Enterprise Alabama, two wonder-women best friends, Lydia and Susan, dream of dinner theater and take a big leap of faith to launch their passion. Southern Broadway becomes a kind of symbiotic “rising to the occasion,” both cultivating a community and discovering one eager to support it. Audiences can expect an experience like no other available in the state, with completely original shows and gourmet menus designed to theme. The only thing that beats attending is being a part of the production, as any member of the cast or crew will tell you - Southern Broadway isn’t just a gig, but a life changing family.
When creating a quilt, you take random pieces of cloth, sew them together to form a new, cohesive work of art that provides warmth and comfort. Lillis Taylor and Annie Bryant have mirrored this process with Bib & Tucker Sew-Op. Bringing together women of all ages and from all walks of life the Sew-Op has become a cornerstone of community, friendship, and tradition.