Once in a while, old technology enjoys a comeback, thanks to new, younger audiences. Take the vinyl LP record, for example. Well next look out for the return of the manual typewriter. Hard to believe in this electric-powered, digital world of ours. However, there's a young Goodlettsville, TN man who's playing a big part in the typewriter' revival. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.
Tennessee Crossroads visits Debra Logan who sees potential where others might see the impossible. She found a new career life by giving new life to old furniture. Nowadays, people seek her help when they've got a well-worn heirloom in need of a makeover. oin us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.
A Nashville artist whose beautiful works range in size from something you could hang on your wall, to the wall itself. Billy Martinez isn't your everyday visual artist, he's also a performer, and his canvas and stage is legendary Printers Alley in Downtown Nashville, TN. Join us on Tennessee Crossroads and Nashville Public Television to find out more.
You've probably heard the saying that the pen is mightier than the sword. Our first story proves that the brush is sometimes mightier than the bulldozer. Miranda Cohen recently met a group of painters that use their talents, not only to create beautiful works of art, but to preserve historic landmarks. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more the story of The Chestnut Group.
The art of making stained glass windows has been around for ages. When they're found in churches they usually have a story to tell. Tennessee Crossroads has a story to tell about stained glass in a Clarksville church and, in the process, we met an extremely talented young artist with some uncanny, or we should say, "canny" works of art. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Miranda Herrick - Artist.