Episode 3538

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Tennessee Crossroads

May 19, 2022

Season 35 | Episode 38

Laura Faber learns how a curious sport called curling came to Nashville. Joe Elmore finds a woodworking success story near the town of Orlinda. Ed Jones stops for some comfort food in Nolensville. And Ken Wilshire tries the blue plate special at the Knoxville Visitors Center.

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Nashville Curling Club on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Nashville Curling Club

Nashville, TN

Laura Faber learns how a curious sport called curling came to Nashville.

Orlinda Furniture Company on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Orlinda Furniture Company

Orlinda, TN

Joe Elmore discovers the rustic creativity at Orlinda Furniture Company.

Southern Hospitality Diner on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

Southern Hospitality Diner

Nolensville, TN

In this age of chain restaurants, it's getting hard to find a good old-fashioned soda parlor these days. Well, Tennessee Crossroads found one in the tiny town of Lynnville, TN. It boasts having some of the best hamburgers and shakes in the whole state. Here's Cindy at the junction, Soda Pop Junction. Watch this and more episode segments of Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads.

WDVX Blue Plate Special on NPT's Tennessee Crossroads

WDVX Blue Plate Special

Knoxville, TN

When you visit downtown Knoxville, TN, you'll have to be sure to stop by the Visitors Center where you'll be surprised to find more than a place to ask for directions or to pick up some travel brochures about popular places to visit. In fact, as Tennessee Crossroads discovered, you'll find the Visitors Center to be one of the most popular places in town around the noon hour for not only tourists but for locals as well. Join Nashville Public Television's Tennessee Crossroads to find out more about WDVX Blue Plate Special.