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September 2017 Listings

Show  3111:  Air Dates: September 14 & 17, 2017

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Nolensville School Museum

Rob Wilds visits a Nolensville Museum that shows what classrooms were like in the 1930s.

Location: Nolensville TN, 37135

Phone: (615) 997-0654

Website: http://www.nolensvillehistoricalsociety.org/

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City Cafe

Ken Wilshire stops at a downtown establishment in Chattanooga for a nostalgic dining experience.

Location: Chattanooga TN, 37402

Phone: (423) 634-9191

Contact: City Cafe

Website: http://www.citycafemenu.com

More Information: There are two City Café locations in Chattanooga, and one in Cleveland, Tennessee.

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Wayne Kirkpatrick_Clock Artist

Tammi Arender finds a successful Brentwood song writer who uses his artistic talent to make clocks from old board games.

Location: Brentwood TN,

Email: musicbizliz@me.com

Website: http://www.facebook.com/JunkBunk

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Sun Records Flashback

Joe Elmore visits Sun Studios in this Memphis flashback from 1990.

Location: Memphis TN, 38103

Phone: (800) 441-6249

Website: https://www.sunstudio.com/

Show  3110:  Air Dates: September 7 & 10, 2017

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Dandgure's Cafe

Joe Elmore visits a "best kept secret" meat-and-three called Dandguere's, a local dining jewel since 1991.

Location: Nashville TN, 37203

Phone: 615-256-8501

Email: info@danscafenashville.com

Website: http://www.dandgures.com

More Information: Open Monday through Friday, 10:30 am to 3:00 pm

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John Cannon, Dog Artist

Cindy Carter meets an artist specializing in man's best friend.

Location: Nashville TN,

Phone: (615) 496-1259

Website: http://www.johncannonart.com/

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Thomas Maupin, Buck Dancer

Rob Wilds spends the day in Murfreesboro learning a new move or two from a world-renowned buck dancer.

Location: Murfreesboro TN, 37127

Email: deanarothw@aol.com

Contact: Thomas Maupin

More Information: What defines the heritage of our state? A building? A ballad? A battlefield? All of those and more. Sometimes heritage is represented by a well-worn pair of dancing shoes. Rob Wilds recently went to Murfreesboro to meet the man who wears those shoes, Thomas Maupin, a world renown buck dancer and a true Tennessee treasure.

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Rock Island State Park Flashback

Susan Watson explores Rock Island State Park in a Flashback from 1992.

Location: Rock Island TN,

Phone: 931-686-2471

Website: http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/rock-island

Show  3109:  Air Dates: August 31 & September 3, 2017

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Granville Pioneer Village

The people of Granville turn out to make visitors feel like they have stepped back in time.

Location: Granville, TN ,

Phone: 931-653-4151

Website: http://www.granvilletn.com

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Wise Butter

Cindy Carter meets an entrepreneur who adds multiple flavors to a southern staple.

Location: Nashville TN, 37209

Phone: (615) 337-6117

Contact: Wendy French Barrett

Website: http://www.wisebutternashville.com

Website 2: https://www.facebook.com/wisebutter

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Marathon Village

Gretchen Bates visits Marathon Village, an old Nashville car factory that was saved and repurposed as a creative community.

Location: Nashville TN, 37203

Email: marathonVillage@comcast.net

Website: http://marathonvillage.com/about.htm

Show  3044:  Air Dates: September 24, 2017, May 4 & 7, 2017,

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Elliston Place Soda Shop

Joe Elmore takes a nostalgic trip to Elliston Place Soda Shop for a milk shake and some memories.

Location: Nashville TN, 37203

Phone: 615 327 1090

Email: ship.bibb@c-three.com

Contact: Linda Melton

Website: http://www.ellistonplacesodashop.com

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Boot Hill Blades

Ken Wilshire visits a Clarksville couple who gave up the rat race to create Boothill Blades.

Location: Clarksville TN, 37042

Email: boothillblades@gmail.com

Website: http://www.boothillblades.com

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Cades Cove Museum

Rob Wilds visits a museum in Maryville, which marks the history of Cades Cove and it's people.

Location: Maryville TN, 37803

Phone: 865-982-0705

Email: gloriamotter@comcast.net

Website: http://www.cadescovepreservation.com/cctbmuseum.html

More Information: FREE Admission. Open - Wednesday ~ Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Other days & hours by appointment

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Dinner Train FLASHBACK

Remember when Nashville boasted a real dinner train, replete with four-course dining and an Elvis impersonator? It was a trip!