Tennessee Crossroads travels the highways and byways of Tennessee, highlighting the personalities, crafts, places, foods and events that make Tennessee unique.
Artists and Artisans
Ken Wilshire finds a family in Clarksville who has been working molten metal since before the Civil War and have no plans to stop any time soon.
Bed and Breakfasts
Susan Watson takes us for a ride on the Ocoee River in East Tennessee, then shows us why a "yurt" is helpful at the end of the day.
Susan Watson tours Carnton Plantation in Franklin with Author Robert Hicks, author of Widow of the South, to find out why people continue to be intrigued with the events that took place there nearly 150 years ago.
Rob Wilds attends an annual heritage festival dedicated to all things Swiss at a farm in Grundy County.
Tressa Bush visits a general store in Fentress County where locals gather to play a local card game called PIG and to socialize.
Restaurants and Food
Tammi Arender visits a Memphis landmark that holds the distinction of being Memphis' oldest cafe.