Episode 2911

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Tennessee Crossroads

September 10, 2015

Season 29 | Episode 11

This week on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads, visit the tiny West Tennessee town of Brunswick, home to a decades-old Friday night catfish tradition. Meet a Nashville couple who brought a North Carolina short bread cookie to Tennessee. Spend a day with a Chattanooga artist who recycles in the name of fashion. And take a trip to see one man's treasure trove of motorcycle memories in Red Boiling Springs.

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Willa's Shortbread on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Willa’s Shortbread

Goodlettsville, TN

A Nashville couple brings a North Carolina short bread cookie to Tennessee, and the result are both profitable and delicious.

Brunswick Kitchen on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Brunswick Kitchen

Arlington, TN

Joe Elmore visits the tiny West Tennessee town of Brunswick, home to a decades-old Friday night catfish tradition, which lives on at the Brunswick Kitchen.

Cyclemo's Motorcycle Museum on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Cyclemo’s Motorcycle Museum

Red Boiling Springs, TN

The image of motorcyclists in America has ranged from danger-seeking outlaws to weekend recreational riders. But the history of American motorcycles is more intriguing than ever., especially to a rider, history buff, and proud owner of Cyclemo's in Red Boiling Springs, TN. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Cyclemo's Motorcycle Museum.

John Petrey - Artist on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

John Petrey – Artist

Chattanooga, TN

We normally find elegant evening gowns and fine men's suits made from a variety of colorful fabrics and found in shops, boutiques, and department stores across the country. Tennessee Crossroads found a tailor of sorts in Chattanooga, TN who often creates his unique fashions from materials he finds, in of all places, a junk yard.