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Thanks so much to the Southside community and Jenn McArtor, Rob Garland, and everyone who made this story come together!
Our show’s first performer was Bob Somerby who shares our belief in the power of humor. He comes by it honestly: Bob’s grandfather Rufus was a traveling entertainer and storyteller and his father Al owned the legendary Old Howard Theater in Boston. In addition to working as a comedian for over twenty five years Bob owned his own comedy club in Baltimore for 6 years and created a one man show Material World from which he presented routines at our Comedy Night including the piece ‘Blue Corn Flakes’ we’re posting.
Interested readers click here to the Washington Post’s review of Bob’s one man show Material World.
THANK YOU BOB!
We had our first Guest Chef for a Dinner group this past weekend!
A big THANK YOU to Monal Patel, Brooke Driver, Geoffrey Dennison, Eric Hodges, Tyler Arbaugh, Rick Dawson from the Courtyard Marriott Charlottesville University Medical Center! They went all out with the meal they prepared and it was an absolute treat. They made lamb meatballs, chicken parmesan, homemade bruschetta and more. Thank you all for volunteering your time and for the delicious meal!
Interested in becoming a Guest Chef at The Bridge Line? Contact Amber Rexrode at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.