Air Dates: May 6th & 9th, 2010
Square Market & Cafe
Susan Watson discovers a pair of Columbia friends and their tasty contribution to the downtown square.
Contact: Liz Lovell & Debra Mann
Location: 36 Public Sqare, Columbia, TN 38401 [map]
Blue Heron Cruises
Ken Wilshire finds a unique way to view a historical Tennessee waterway: by taking a Blue Heron Cruise out of Ashland City.
Contact: Blue Heron Cruises
Location: 110 Old River Rd, Ashland City, TN 37015 [map]
Gretchen Bates meets a caterer in Nashville who makes a unique meat subsitute out of beans.
Contact: Primm Springs Soysage
Location: Nashville, TN [map]
Info: For a list of retailers visit Primm Spring's website
Horse Corner Saddles
Tressa finds a horse farmer in Lebanon who makes beautiful saddles for people who want to ride in comfort.
Contact: Kelly Collom
Location: Lebanon, TN [map]
Air Dates: May 13th & 16th, 2010
Rob Wilds visits a family in Antioch and Murfreesboro whose dream has resulted in some tasy treats for the rest of us.
Contact: Beverly Edwards
Location: 2709 Murfreesboro Road, Antioch, TN 37013 [map]
Contact: Julia Clapp
Location: 1911 Medical Center Parkway, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 [map]
Joe Elmore travels to Cumberland Caverns to find out about the Bluegrass Under Ground Concert Hall, 300 feet below the ground.
Contact: Teddy Jones
Location: 1437 Cumberland Caverns Road, McMinnville, TN 37110 [map]
Cumberland Mountain Lodge
Tressa Bush visits a farmer cattle farm in Crossville that is now a rustic retreat.
Contact: Dr. John Looney
Location: 1130 Clint Lowe Road, Crossville, TN 38572 [map]
A McMinnville man shows us that it is never too late to invest in a new hobby. Susan Watson pays a home visit to this man, known as the artistic judge.
Contact: Charles Haston, Sr.
Location: McMinnville, TN [map]
Air Dates: May 20th & 23rd, 2010
Ken Wilshire visits with First Lady Andrea Conte and takes a tour of the renovated Governor's Mansion.
Contact: Communications Office
Location: 882 S Curtiswood Ln, Nashville, TN 37204 [map]
Info: Tours of the Tennessee Residence and Conservation Hall are provided free of charge to the public. However, due to overwhelming response, tours are currently booked through the end of 2010.
Rob Wilds explores a refurbished theatre in Maryille.
Location: 127 W. Broadway, Maryville, TN 37801 [map]
Joe Elmore meets a world-renowned artist in Gallatin who uses his talent to bring images of the frontier days to the people of today
Contact: David Wright
Phone: (615) 452-7704
Location: Gallatin, TN [map]
Sutton General Store
Tressa Bush drops in for dinner and some music at an 1850s general store in Granville.
Location: 169 Clover Street, Granville, TN 38564 [map]
Air Dates: May 27th & 30th, 2010
The Family Wash
Tennessee Crossroads production assistant Erin McInnis heads to East Nashville to find out what keeps drawing people back to the place affectionately known as "The Wash".
Contact: Jamie Rubin
Location: 2038 Greenwood Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206 [map]
White County Heritage Museum
Tressa Bush visits a county museum in Sparta that is focused on preserving, and sharing, local history.
Contact: Bill Hurteau, Director
Location: 144 South Main Street, Sparta, TN 38583 [map]
Susan Watson takes us for a ride on the Ocoee River in East Tennessee, then shows us why a "yurt" is helpful at the end of the day.
Contact: Peter Horne, Ocoee Adventure Center
Phone: 1-888-723-8622 (Adv. Cntr.), 352-694-3220 (Yurts)
Location: 4651 Hwy 64, Copperhill, TN 37317 [map]
The Artisan Company
Ken Wilshire spends the day with Connie Shaw, a Franklin woman who assists others in finding their past through the use of her hands and some beautiful works of art.
Contact: Connie Shaw
Location: The Factory, 230 Franklin Road, Franklin, TN 37064 [map]