Demonstrators at the Amp on Monday were there to protest the death of George Floyd, who died while in police custody in Minneapolis.
Many of the demonstrators lay on the ground and chanted, “I can’t breathe,” or shouted Floyd’s name at about 2 p.m. Monday.
There were plenty of modern era cars for car show attendees to enjoy during the first Crossville Cruisers event in 2020. The show was not held…
This classic 1957 Oldsmobile Golden Rocket is owned by John and Rose and looks like it was just driven off the showroom floor.
The shaded sidewalk in front of the Grinder House was a popular spot for attendees to gather and chat and to find refreshments.
Al and Veronia Woody found a prime spot to enjoy car show attendees who stopped to look at and ask questions about Al’s 1968 Plymouth Road Run…
These classics representing different generation of popular cars show off what they have under the hoods.
John Byers of Fairfield Glade looks over the engine on this 1947 Chevrolet 3100 pickup beauty as a doll works under the hood.
One can imagine Bonnie and Clyde or Baby Face Nelson fleeing from a bank robbery in this 1933 RE Olds Touring Car.
Barney Wilkins is the proud owner of this 1957 Ford Ranch Wagon that is in perfect condition. Barney lived out west and the Wagon was preserve…