Episode 2901

Tennessee Crossroads

July 02, 2015

Season 29 | Episode 01

NPT and Tennessee Crossroads explore the food truck craze in Music City. Joe Elmore travels up to Western Kentucky to spend the day with a third generation broom maker. Rob Wilds meets a Whites Creek craftsman who enjoys sharing his creative pursuits with an audience. Ken Wilshire travels to McKenzie to explore the history of Tennessee governors and their contributions to our great state.

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Nashville Food Truck Scene on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Nashville Food Truck Scene

Nashville, TN

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.


Jim Cohron - Woodcarver on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Jim Cohron – Woodcarver

Nashville, TN

Wood carvers often work in solitude, just them and the wood but, of course, like any artist they appreciate the public recognition. Tennessee Crossroads met a woodcarver named Jim Cohron of White's Creek, TN who loves his work, but loves talking to people about it just as much. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.


Henson's Brooms on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Henson’s Brooms

Symsonia, KY

Tennessee Crossroads travels up to Symsonia, Kentucky to spend the day with a third generation broom maker. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Henson's Brooms.


Gordon Browning Museum on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Gordon Browning Museum

McKenzie, TN

Many of our state's governors are honored with roads, highways, buildings and parks named after them, but there are only a few facilities across the state that preserve the history and memorabilia of governors who have made major contributions to the state. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Gordon Browning Museum in McKenzie, TN.