Air Dates: July 1st & 4th, 2010
Gordon Browning Museum
Ken Wilshire travels to McKenzie to explore the history of Tennessee governors and their contributions to our great state.
Contact: Jere Cox
Location: 640 North Main Street, McKenzie, TN 38201 [map]
Patriotism seems to abound this time of year but Rob Wilds met a Murfreesboro veteran who shares his patriotic memories and feelings all year long.
Contact: Fayne Haynes
Location: 401 West Lytle, Murfreesboro, TN 37130 [map]
Gretchen Bates visits with a Nashville artist who will make you look at nature in an entirely new way.
Contact: Margie Manyik
Location: Nashville, TN [map]
Jack & Lynne Stoddart
Tressa Bush meets a couple who fell in love with the people and places of the Cumberland Plateau while looking through a camera lens.
Contact: Jack and Lynne Stoddart
Phone: (931) 445-2072
Location: 642 Shiloh Road, Crawford, TN 38554 [map]
Air Dates: July 8th & 11th, 2010
Scott Wise, Sculpture
Ken Wilshire visits with a firefighter in Clarksville who is also a sculptor.
Contact: Scott Wise
Location: 625 Haymarket Road, Clarksville, TN 37043 [map]
The Knaughty Knitter
Susan Watson meets group in a little shop in Murfreesboro who share a passion for fiber art.
Contact: Doyle and Meredith Kermicle
Location: 202-B North Thompson Lane, Murfreesboro, TN 37129 [map]
Store Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs 10-5
Closed Wed & Sun
Knitting Groups: Thurs 10-1, Fri 6-8pm (Groups are free and open to all, ages 18+)
Sweet 16th Bakery
Rob Wilds meets a former music executive who found a new calling in an East Nashville bakery.
Contact: Dan & Ellen Enistein
Location: 331 N. 16th Street, Nashville, TN 37206 [map]
Air Dates: July 15th & 18th, 2010
Tammi Arender takes a nostalgic trip down memory lane and gets a taste of the nifty fifties at an Ashland City diner.
Contact: Steven Stratton
Phone: (615)792-9177 / (615)792-3029
Location: 201 South Main Street, Ashland City, TN 37015 [map]ton's Diner?
The Pigg Museum
Susan Watson visits a man who created his own museum inside a refurbished 1800's school house with unusual items from the past.
Contact: Charles and Gail Pigg
Location: 4719 Mingo Branch Road, Santa Fe, TN 38482 [map]
Tressa Bush meets a man in Murfreesboro who turned to making guitars when his life plan didn't quite work out.
Contact: Mario Martin
Phone: 615.849.5800 / 800.995.4799
Location: 407 West Lytle Street, Murfreesboro, TN 37130 [map]
Rob Wilds meets a self-taught artist who takes pride in reproducing fine works from the past.
Contact: Alf Sharp
Phone: (615) 563-2831
Location: Woodbury, TN [map]
Air Dates: July 22nd & 25th, 2010
Rob Wilds journeys to lascassas to meet a guy who creates art on wheels.
Contact: George Williams
Location: Lascassas, TN [map]
Ken Wilshire discovers an old Military Academy in Lebanon that has been tastefully preserved.
Location: 705 Cadet Court, Lebanon, TN 37087 [map]
Castle Heights Military Academy
Castle Heights Chop House Restaurant
Contact: Ann Willits
Magnolia House Bed and Breakfast
Tressa Bush discovers the story behind the Magnolia House B&B in Clarksville.
Contact: Margaret Welker
Phone: (931)552-4545 / (800)645-3026
Location: 1231 Madison Street, Clarksville, TN 37040 [map]
Susan Watson meets up with a baker in Nashville who found her bliss making mini concoctions of flour, butter, and sugar.
Contact: Gina Butler
Location: 1816 Broadway Suite A, Nashville, TN 37203 [map]
Info: Closed Sunday
Air Dates: July 29th & August 1st, 2010
Daniel Sharp, Toymaker
Ken Wilshire meets a toymaker in Kenton who doesn't craft his works for profit, only for love of the craft.
Contact: Daniel Sharp
Location: Kenton, TN [map]
Tammi Arender visits a stately mansion in Bolivar to find out why it's been named one of the south's best bed and breakfasts.
Contact: Elaine and Gregg Cox
Location: 418 North Main Street, Bolivar, TN 38008 [map]
The Creamery Park Grille
Rob Wilds journeys to Knoxville to find out how the Creamery Park Grille in Fountain City was born.
Contact: Jeffery Pattin
Location: 114 Hotel Ave. NE, Knoxville, TN 37918 [map]
Tressa Bush introduces us to Horace Burgess, a man who loves treehouses so much that he might just have built the world's largest.
Contact: Horace Burgess
Location: Crossville, TN [map]
Mailing Address: PO Box 1165 Crossville, TN 38557
Info: Call to set up appointment to visit tre