Episode 3401

Tennessee Crossroads

July 02, 2020

Season 34 | Episode 01

On this episode of Tennessee Crossroads, glimpse what life may have been like in Murfreesboro during the 19th century. Discover The Cafe at Thistle Farms, a social enterprise that employs and empowers women. Explore the 125-year-old Walker Inn Victorian B&B in Bell Buckle. Finally, glimpse some beautiful glass art at Ignis Glass Co. in Chattanooga. Brought to you by Nashville Public Television!

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Oaklands Mansion on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Oaklands Mansion

Murfreesboro, TN

Historic home reveals glimpse of what life may have been like in the Murfreesboro of the 1800's.


Walker Inn B&B on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Walker Inn B&B

Bell Buckle, TN

It's heartening to learn about the restoration of some old historic mansion in Tennessee. Even more so to discover it's being shared with the visitors. The Walker Inn B&B is such a place. It's a Victorian treasure, right in the heart of Bell Buckle, TN, where the whole town's a trip back in time. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.


The Cafe at Thistle Farms on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

The Cafe at Thistle Farms

Nashville, TN

The Café at Thistle Farms is part of Thistle Farms' social enterprise, which heals, empowers, and employs women survivors of trafficking, prostitution, and addiction. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more.


Chris Mosey - Glass Blower on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Chris Mosey – Glass Blower

Chattanooga, TN

Man has been making glass for about 3500 years but natural glass has been around forever. But, it takes talent and creativity to transform it into beautiful works of art.Tennessee Crossroads found a man in Chattanooga, TN who’s accepted the challenge and shares his glassblowing process with others.