We get such a great reaction from viewers when we discover those great little hidden restaurants, off the beaten path in Tennessee. The newest thing to hit Music City is to have the restaurant on four wheels and moving to different locations each day. Tennessee Crossroads lucked up and found a whole bunch of rolling restaurants at the Food Truck Friday event in East Nashville. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
We’ve seen pictures and movies of what Christmas was like in the 1800’s. The period dress, less emphasis shopping and more emphasis on togetherness. The town of Fayetteville TN has captured that experience and makes it come to life with their annual “Host of Christmas Past”.Tennessee Crossroads takes us to Lincoln County for the 20th annual affair. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Dazzling displays of holiday celebration always fill kids with a sense of wonder and excitement. Tennessee Crossroads found some that catch adults in the same magic way as well. In fact, it's an annual tradition thanks to the time and talents of employees of Chattanooga's Electric Power Board. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about EPB Windows.
No doubt tomatoes are a popular, healthy part of our diet, at least for most of us but, how could the simple tomato inspire a celebration that attracts over 25,000 people? To understand that, you have to know the people of East Nashville, their sense of creativity and obviously their sense of humor. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Tomato Art Festival.
In show business, something may be popular today and forgotten tomorrow. One Nashville, TN theater has bucked that trend since it opened its doors back in 1967. Tennessee Crossroads went to find out why Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theater is still going strong, and who better to ask than the man who founded the place and his son who now runs it. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Despite the population shift from farms to cities, a lot of Tennesseans still make their living off the land. And, a few like Tommy Wright are bound and determined to keep the heritage of farming alive at an annual festival in Viola. It's an event where you can take a strenuous lesson in what farming was like in the so-called good old days. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Viola Homecoming.