Episode 3048

Tennessee Crossroads

June 01, 2017

Season 30 | Episode 48

On Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads, we visit the Treehouse Restaurant in East Nashville. Joe Elmore follows Clay Bush, a fabric artist who uses discarded salvage yard seat belts to create designer purses. Ken Wilshire discovers a creative new way some Tennessee blacksmiths are serving society. Jerry Thompson proves his comedic genius to the Cumberland General Store.

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Tree House Restaurant on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Tree House Restaurant

Nashville, TN

If you had a tree house as a kid, it's a fond childhood memory. In East Nashville, one child's tree house is now one of that neighborhood's newest and most unique eateries. Tennessee Crossroads takes us to the Treehouse Restaurant. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.


Clay Bush - Seat Belt Artist on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Clay Bush – Seat Belt Artist

Nashville, TN

Clay Bush is a fabric artist who uses discarded salvage yard seat belts to create designer purses, computer bags, wallets and even furniture. His unique handiwork has lead to a full-time career. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.


Rutherford County Blacksmiths Association on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Rutherford County Blacksmiths Association

Murfreesboro, TN

Back in the day when horses were the major means of transportation, if your family steed needed new shoes it was off to the local blacksmith, and just like transportation has changed, so has the role of blacksmiths. Tennessee Crossroads discovered a creative new way some Tennessee metalsmiths are serving society.