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The Scene: Jeremy Blair & Alternative Process Photography

This week, Jeremy Blair shares his approach to alternative process photography. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Jeremy Blair, owner of Jeremy Blair Art. Find out more about alternative process photography, and the innovative processes that he uses to achieve the unique effect on his images. Susan DeMay of Made By DeMay Ceramics ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Mechatronics

TTU’s Dr. Stephen Canfield provides an introduction to the field of mechatronics The field is called mechatronics. In our technical world, it’s all about bringing together the mechanical, and the electronic. In recent reports, 7 of the most in demand engineering jobs said the automation and robotics engineer is one of the most in demand engineers of the next decade. ... Read More »

Trending: Smith County Commissioner

Smith Co. Commissioner Erika Ebel discusses her first 15 months as commissioner Content hosted by iono.fm This week, Smith County Commissioner Erika Ebel joins host Ben Rodgers to discuss her first 15 months as county commissioner, the previous and current fiscal years for Smith County, tough decisions made last year in the county such as the property tax increase, and ... Read More »

The Scene: Johnathan Stager & Foxmoor Fine Furniture

Find out how Johnathan Stager got his start woodworking, and who inspires him. Content hosted by iono.fm Join host Emily Newman as she sits down with Johnathan Stager of Foxmoor Fine Furniture. Learn more about why he made the switch from graphic design to woodworking as a way to generate income while allowing him to express himself artistically, as well ... Read More »

Today In The Upper Cumberland: Alvin C York

Caitlin Davis discusses the legacy of Alvin C York Today In The Upper Cumberland Alvin Cullum York entered the world as the third of eleven children, born in a two room log cabin in Fentress County in 1887. His prominence would come after he left the Upper Cumberland, transported to the European theater during World War I. York found himself ... Read More »