Episode 3229

Tennessee Crossroads

January 17, 2019

Season 32 | Episode 29

On Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads, we kick off our annual Keep Crossroads Travelin' special, Joe Elmore explores the Lost River Cave nature center. Ken Wilshire visits a Covington family who has mastered the art of Southern cooking and smokehouse cuisine, and Ed Jones explores the Memorial Park Mosaics community art project in Hendersonville.

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Memorial Park Mosaics on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Memorial Park Mosaics

Hendersonville, TN

Tennessee Crossroads met a Hendersonville, TN artist and her family, who not only thought about improving their community, they did it. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about Memorial Park Mosaics.


Lost River Cave on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Lost River Cave

Bowling Green, KY

Tennessee Crossroads heads up to Bowling Green, KY and a unique urban nature center. The main attraction is a legendary little river that flows underground into a cave, The Lost River Cave. It's an ancient marvel of nature that attract modern-day adventurers. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.


Billings Bald Butcher Restaurant on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Billings Bald Butcher Restaurant

Covington, TN

It seems like good Tennessee barbeque will attract folks no matter where they find it even if it's not supposed to be a barbeque place or restaurant. At least that's what Tennessee Crossroads found on a recent visit to Covington, TN where a family has mastered the art of smoked cooking along with other southern comfort foods. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.