Episode 3046

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Tennessee Crossroads

January 10, 2019

Season 30 | Episode 46

Ken Wilshire stops for a bite at the Country Diner in Cunningham. Cindy Carter is in Nashville at Class Glass Studio where a simple piece of glass becomes a beautiful piece of art. Tammi Arender meets a Brentwood author who’s become an ambassador of canoeing and kayaking. Joe Elmore gets the blues, in a good way, in this Beale Street FLASHBACK from 1989.

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Country Diner on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Country Diner

Cunningham, TN

In our Tennessee Crossroads travels we’ve driven down highway 13 in middle Tennessee many times and spotted a roadside diner that looked interesting but we never stopped. Well, this time Tennessee Crossroads did stop and what a story we found to tell. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

Class Glass on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Class Glass

Nashville, TN

A Nashville Artist is blasting her way into the local scenery. Sandblaster Karen Nichols Martin creates artwork that is detail oriented, physically demanding and simply beautiful. Tennessee Crossroads visited Karen's "Class Glass" shop on Fessler's Lane in Nashville, TN for a look at how she sandblasts her unique designs for both private and very public viewing. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

Kayaking Piney River on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Kayaking Piney River

Brentwood, TN

People often say they take for granted what's in their own backyard. If you don't know already, Tennessee offers some of the most renowned scenic waters in the country. Tennessee Crossroads had discovered Patty Shultz from Brentwood, TN who not only enjoys paddling and kayaking in Tennessee, but has even written a book about it to help others discover its beauty. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Kayaking Piney River.