Tuesday, September 22, 2020
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The Scene: Helga Skinner & Images And More

Get to know Baxter photographer Helga Skinner, and her new shop Images And More. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Baxter photographer Helga Skinner. They discuss how she became interested in photography, the types of photos and themes she enjoys capturing, as well as Images And More, her new shop in Cookeville. Susan ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: John Gentry & A Career In Service

This week, meet former Putnam Co Executive & Cookeville City Manager John Gentry Former Putnam County Executive. The former Cookeville City Manager. A career as a local business owner. John Gentry has met every challenge, with each part of his life a different type of adventure. This week, we sit down and reflect on the lessons learned from a career ... Read More »

The Scene: Cindy Billingsley & Traditional Art

This week, get to know Cookeville artist Cindy Bililngsley & her traditional art Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Cookeville traditional artist Cindy Billingsley. They discuss how she got into art, her training, and her specialization in painting wildlife, horses, murals, and portraits. Find out more about how carver Emma Levitz, owner of ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Brad Sells & Woodworking

Get to know Upper Cumberland treasure Brad Sells, and his love of woodworking. His career began with clay at the Appalachian Center For Crafts, but his media of choice – it was a love that developed very early – wood. Brad Sells began finding unique ways to craft the world from Mother Nature’s creations. Today In The Upper Cumberland airs ... Read More »

Trending: Habitat For Humanity

This week, Katelyn Steakley discusses her involvement with Habitat For Humanity.  This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Katelyn Steakley with Habitat For Humanity. They discuss her work during the March 3rd tornado relief efforts and involvement with the Cookeville Strong Facebook page, her recent career change working with Habitat For Humanity, affordable housing, and ways people can ... Read More »

The Scene: Charlotte’s Arts

This week, find out how Charlotte Seager combines art with her spirituality. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Charlotte Seager of Charlotte’s Arts in Doyle. The discuss her mixed media works, and how she is able to express herself through combining her spirituality with her art. Susan DeMay of Made By DeMay Ceramics ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Recovering From COVID-19

Local resident Amos Rogan documents his experience recovering from COVID-19. As we enter the 6th month fighting COVID-19, many of us have yet to meet someone who has dealt with COVID. Most of us have not met someone who’s been seriously ill with COVID. Today we introduce you to local resident Amos Rogan. Rogan continues to recover after a 5 ... Read More »

Trending: Cookeville-Putnam County Visitors’ Bureau

Learn more about the Cookeville-Putnam County Visitors’ Bureau with Molly Brown.  This week, host Ben Rodgers is joined by Molly Brown, Executive Director of the Cookeville-Putnam County Visitors’ Bureau. They discuss the roles and services the County Visitors’ Bureau provide, how they market and help attract visitors and tourists to the area, and how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted ... Read More »

The Scene: Iron Addictions

Meet Iron Addictions owner Steve Woodcock and learn about his custom metalwork. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Cookeville artist Steve Woodcock, owner of Iron Addictions. They discuss the custom metalworking services he provides, as well as his artistic process and the machines he uses when it comes to creating one of his ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Governor Bill Lee

This week, join Governor Bill Lee in discussing school reopening & other issues. For Governor Bill Lee, the focus over the past month has been getting young people back to learning. Whether that’s the reopening of school systems statewide, or getting college students back on campus. Using COVID cases as a simple judge, things have gone better than most would ... Read More »