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This episode features the Gause family tomb and hammered dulcimer maker Jerry Read Smith.
This episode features Winey Bears, Atlantic Beach Pie, and Little Black Dressing.
This episode features the town of Spruce Pine and author Clyde Edgerton.
This episode features Hunt Library, the Lockwood Folly River and Japanese tea gatherings.
This episode features Mindful Supply T-shirts and wildlife artist Duane Raver.
This episode features the Mother Vine, Defiant Whiskey, and Thalian Hall.
This episode features illustrator Rich Powell, Letters from Home, and J. Larry Keith.
29th Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards held in Nashville on January 31st!
This segment features the Gause family tomb.
This segment features hammered dulcimer artisan Jerry Read Smith.
This segment features Atlantic Beach Pie and Crook's Corner chef Bill Smith.
This episode features Kissie Stroup, founder of Little Black Dressing.
This segment features teddy bear artist Sally Winey.
This segment features author Clyde Edgerton.
This segment features geologist Alex Glover and the town of Spruce Pine.
This segment features Hunt Library.
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