Episode 3514

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Tennessee Crossroads

October 21, 2021

Season 35 | Episode 14

Joe Elmore heads to Chattanooga's Medal of Honor Heritage Center. Miranda Cohen travels to the Sassy Pecan in Lebanon, a store full of southern sweets and more. Tammi Arender sees what makes This Little Light Glass Art shine in Old Hickory. And Rob Wilds tours the Storytellers Hideaway Farm in Bon Aqua.

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National Medal of Honor Heritage Center on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

National Medal of Honor Heritage Center

Chattanooga, TN

Joe Elmore heads to Chattanooga and an up-close experience with American military heroes.


Sassy Pecan on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Sassy Pecan

Lebanon, TN

Miranda Cohen samples treats at the Sassy Pecan in Lebanon.


Storytellers Museum on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Storytellers Museum

Bon Aqua, TN

The universe is a huge place. For most of us, there is one place around which our personal universe seems to resolve. For Johnny Cash, it was a farm in the community of Bon Aqua, TN. Don't think Johnny Cash is forgotten there. The new owner has made sure of that. Tennessee Crossroads met Brian Oxley and learns how he has preserved not only the Cash memory, but the storytelling he loved so much. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.


This Little Light Glass Art on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

This Little Light Glass Art

Old Hickory, TN

Stained glass is somewhat of a dying art, but for the few artists who do it, it’s a medium that’s allowed for more creativity and innovation than just the traditional colored glass you see in church windows. Tennessee Crossroads met a woman in Old Hickory, Tennessee who’s putting her personal life into much more window panes. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.