Starting over and making something out of nothing is what so many people have to do these days. And that leads us to another city in Michigan: Detroit, and new opportunity to build railings, trellises and gazebos.
When Tim Brooks first heard the name George W. Johnson back in the 1980s, he had no idea his research would lead to a little-known but crucial chapter in the birth of the recording industry. The music is captured in Lost Sounds: Blacks and the Birth of the Recording Industry, which won a Grammy last year as Best Historical Album. Also on the show: a daughter listens to recordings of her late father singing spirituals.