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Sustainable Smith County

A Tennessee county is working on its image — to improve the local economy and way of life for its people. It’s a clean-up effort called “Sustainable Smith County.” Here’s the impact of focused hard work that’s passed on to younger generations.

Unicoi GPS Kids

It’s using technology so that others may enjoy the outdoors. Some Tennessee 4-H’ers are using computerized GPS systems to map portions of the Appalachian Trail.

2011 Life of the Mind book: “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks”

UT Knoxville has selected “The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks” as the Life of the Mind book for 2011. For the first time, Life of the Mind will be part of a new First-Year Studies course. This will be a zero-credit, pass-fail course that all first-year students must complete between orientation and the first few [...]

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Homestand Highlights June 13-20

The best of Redbirds baseball for the week of June 13-20!

Tennessee Crossroads:Bare Glass (2452-4)

Tressa Bush travels Silver Point too see what Damon McNaught creates and how he shares his love of art with others. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.

Tennessee Crossroads: Marcy Jo’s Mealhouse and Bakery (2452-2)

Ken Wilshire visits an old mercantile store that’s brought new life back to Pottsville. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.

McCormick: GOP ‘Beat Up’ TEA, Not Teachers

Tennessee House Majority Leader Gerald McCormick says Republicans indeed “beat up on” the state’s most powerful teachers’ union during the 2011 General Assembly session. However, that was for good reason, he said: The Tennessee Education Association had become too powerful and too prone to blocking education reforms. “(TEA) can be a positive force if they [...]

Tennessee Crossroads: Henson’s Brooms (2452-1)

Joe Elmore travels up to Western Kentucky to spend the day with a third generation broom maker. Visit www.tennesseecrossroads.org for more information about this story and how your contributions to Nashville Public Television will keep this show on the air.

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McCormick: The Game is the Game

House Republican Leader Gerald McCormick says he’d prefer if Tennessee didn’t have to entice business to come here with special tax treatment, but that’s the way states compete with one another. “If we don’t play the game the way it is being played right now nationally, these companies simply won’t come here,” said McCormick.

NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis: Erasing the Stigma

In this bonus clip, children learn about brain health through the Mental Health Association of Middle Tennessee’s “Erasing the Stigma” program. Learn about the importance of discussing topics like “worry” with children and how one fourth grade class at Edmonson Elementary is being introduced to important concepts through storytelling, a discussion, and fun activities–all with [...]

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NPT Reports: Children’s Health Crisis: Mental Health Panel

I Gave $10 to NPT

As part of our mini-”Give $10 to NPT” campaign, we asked intern Carrie to go around the building the Flip camera and ask some of our friends at the Nashville Film Festival and the TN Repertory Theatre why they gave $10 to NPT. Here’s what she came back with. More than 600000 unique viewers in [...]

American Gold Star Mothers

www.tennessean.com Members talk about the organization of mothers who have lost a son or daughter in the service of our country and how it helps them deal with their loss, volunteer for veterans and gaining new friendships.

Andy Warhol Exhibit at the Frist Center for Visual Arts

www.tennessean.com A look at the Warhol Live: Music and Dance in Andy Warhol’s Work exhibit, that delves deeply into the roles music and dance played in Warhol’s life and work is on display at the Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville.

Warhol photograher shares her experience working with the famous artist

www.tennessean.com Raeanne Rubenstein became “the photographer of choice” for Andy Warhol over a 15 year period in New York. She shares her experiences working with the famous artist, getting ready for the art exhibit at the Frist Center for Visual Arts in Nashville.

Cool and Unusual Treats at Pied Piper Creamery

www.tennessean.com What better way to beat the heat than to head to your favorite ice cream shop for a cool scoop of your favorite flavors. But this ice cream shop has a twist on the traditional flavors and mixes and matches ingredients that are out of this world!

McCormick Considers Limiting Bills

Tennessee House Majority Leader Gerald McCormick tells TNReport he is open to considering a cap on the number of bills individual lawmakers can introduce during the legislative session. The General Assembly this year passed several bills that legislators later said were in some way flawed or may lead to unintended consequences. Gov. Bill Haslam has [...]

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