People and places unique to East Tennessee that make this a great place to live!
Not far from here in the Smoky Mountains is a country inn that caters to the hiker in all of us. It's up-scale, up a mountain.
The phrase "he is one with nature" truly applies for one local man. He is always outside. He writes about the outdoors and there are few things that make him happier than a singing bird.
Back home after years traveling the world, a local foodie moves in on
the 100 block of Gay Street. The cool spot is getting rave reviews and
the man behind it has serious street cred in the business.
In the land of topiaries, Joe Kyte is a bright, shining star. He whips up plant creations of all kinds that have made appearances all over the world
In rural East Tennessee, there is an antique piano shop unlike any other
place in the world. It's full of treasures that date back centuries,
and are being restored to their former glory.
The thrill of NASCAR combined with a fire and sheet metal show makes for
an interesting job. One Knoxville man has this job, but he does so much
Using the power of the spoken word with a little saxophone mixed in,
Reggie Dabbs gives a passionate performance for school kids of all ages.
And he credits his success to his upbringing in East Tennessee.
A unique blend of ingredients is used to make Rushy Springs Chile Sauce.
It's grown and bottled right here in East Tennessee. And the man behind
the sauce is unique himself
A local priest with a giving heart touches many lives in East Tennessee.
It's tough to sum up a local judge and his impact on the community in
just a few words. He's really tall, really tough, but a teddy bear deep
Terry Turner, the ultimate party guy who has a few thousand chairs to spare if you are ever in need.
Thursday is Valentine's Day so in this week's Your Stories we focus on
love, the love of one couple, their family and chocolate.
The forensic anthropologist behind The Body Farm talks about his life
Capturing that perfect moment is perhaps the most important job of a
photographer and Ben Finch has made his living doing just that, but he
didn't start off in photography.
It's a little restaurant that pays homage to classic gourmet food. Echo
is run by two special people, it's a cozy bistro tucked away in
Bearden, where delicious dinners and top of the line wine are served and