Arts & Culture


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  Tennessee is relatively young as American states go, but has still had time to amass hundreds of millions of official paper documents. Birth, marriage and death certificates, land titles, court records; many of these irreplaceable documents are now rotting away in the dank basements and drafty attics of aging county courthouses. But now an unlikely alliance has emerged to address the problem.

TULLAHOMA, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  Are you familiar with the ancient sport of falconry? Practiced for at least the last 5000 years, falconry involves using trained birds of prey to hunt wild game. The sport is relatively new to North America. Experts say there’s no evidence Native American’s practiced the art.

Come enjoy a screening of the holiday classic at the historic Capitol Theatre just off the square in Lebanon.  Show starts at 6:30pm

The beautifully restored Capitol Theatre in Lebanon, TN will show Saturday Night Fever  Tuesday Nov 24th.

The Capitol is just off the square in downtown Lebanon. 


SMYRNA, Tenn. (WMOT)  --  It's a common scene in detective movies and westerns - the bounty hunter kneels down and carefully examines the ground, then looks up and says something like, "They were here, moving fast, toward town."

It's not all Hollywood make-believe. Mantracking is the art of following another person through wild terrain by correctly interpreting clues left by their passing. Mid-state master tracker and forensic anthropologist Hugh Berryman says tracking is the first investigative tool man ever used.