Tennessee Crossroads travels the highways and byways of Tennessee, highlighting the personalities, crafts, places, foods and events that make Tennessee unique.
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Artists and Artisans
Al Voecks pays a visit to a family in Selmer that has crafted brooms the same way for over 80 years.
Bed and Breakfasts
Tressa Bush goes to Smithville and visits the Inn at Evins Mill.
Rob Wilds visits two Crossville Museums: The Military Memorial Museum and the Cumberland Homestead House Museum. The first remembers the battle against human foes, the second the fight against poverty and hopelessness.
Rob Wilds travels to Pigeon Forge to make the holiday season last a little longer.
Tammi Arender visits Tommy Ring, the maker of “rat rods,” which are cars made of old rusted parts and pieces that are street legal and ready to roll.
Restaurants and Food
Rob Wilds visits the town of Lynnville, a small place that harkens back to earlier times.