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Thu October 18, 2007
Prototype - October 18, 2007
By Courtney Bowland, Alabama Public Radio
Tuscaloosa, AL – This week in Prototype, the Kentuck Arts Festival is recognized with stories from two of our reporters.
First, Alisa Beckwith looks at the life and accomplishments of Jimmie Lee Sudduth. He was one of Alabama's most famed folk artists, and he recently died.
Next Brett Tannehill focuses on how the festival has helped revived historic downtown Northport.
Rounding up the show is the weekly newspaper editor chat. This week, Courtney Bowland talks with the editor in chief of the "Spring Hillian" over at Spring Hill College.