The equine industry is big business in this state – the 6th largest in the nation. What you might not know – is people come from around the world to get training time with a woman in Woodbury Tennessee. As Laura Faber tells us, Elizabeth Keathley trains horses and drivers in a most unique sport. Presented by Nashville Public Television.
On our Tennessee Crossroads travels, we've met a number of avid collectors, and sometimes those collections become downright obsessions. Case in point, the couple you're about to meet in rural Wilson County, TN. Because of their decanter collection, they had to enlarge their home to contain it all. They're not just any decanters, mind you, they're Jim Beam Decanters. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.
Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to meet a young man from Franklin, TN who's a sports star in his own right. Extreme pogo. Dalton Smith already holds five world records in a sport you may not even know about. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Xpogo.
When the Predators first hit the ice in Music City, many had their doubts about whether or not hockey would find a fan base in Nashville, TN. It didn't take long to determine that Tennesseans love the sport just as much as folks up north. Not long after the NHL came to town, a group of local ladies erased another doubt, whether or not hockey was just a men's game. The answer was a resounding "no," as Gretchen Bates recently learned when she suited up with the Nashville Women's Ice Hockey League. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.
Charlie Fouts chooses to look at things. One day he built a shelf. Of course, he had to have things to put on that shelf and that lead to a collection, which Tennessee Crossroads traveled to Woodbury, TN to see. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.
Artists who spin or weave to create their works know it's a long journey from fleece to finished and some encouragement along the way is very welcome. Leanne Butchko is not only a talented artist, but is surrounded by a supporting crew who have a big stake in her work. Rob Wilds recently visited Mistletoe Farm in Franklin, TN to meet Leanne and the creatures who lighten her load just by being themselves.