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Endeavour on PBS

Don’t worry North American Endeavour fans – you don’t have to wait too long until series two airs on PBS. Young Morse is set to return starting Sunday, June 29th. 22 more words

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Why Are They Still Lying To Us About JFK's Murder? A Minister Tells Us Why

Of all the great JFK assassination books published last year (to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the assassination), one of the best was written by a Methodist minister named Dr. 843 more words

Carnivorous Plants and Killer Ants: PBS NOVA Shorts

Remember getting jazzed to see your elementary school teachers wheel in one of those huge old televisions on a cart, only to have your expectations fall a little when he or she popped in a grainy VHS cartoon about proper tooth brushing, or “human sexuality and the body part chat.” On a “good” day, there might be be a pirated PBS video about weather or preventing forest fires. 513 more words


Busy as a bee

Ah, it’s been one of those crazy busy weeks at work and on the home front, juggling and trying to stay afloat (and mixing metaphors in the process!). 45 more words


Charlie Brennan - PBS' Ken Burns; Bestselling Author David Baldacci; St. Louis Univ.'s Dr. Stuart Slavin; and Entrepreneur Chris Motley

Charlie talks with PBS’ Ken Burns, award-winning documentary filmmaker, about his new film, “The Address”, where children with learning disabilities memorize the entire Gettysburg Address. Airing tonight, Tues., Apr. 211 more words

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Personal Meaning of Ken Burn's "The Address"

Tonight on PBS, Ken Burn’s new program about perpetuating the meaning of the Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address premieres. It holds personal meaning for me, because I was there, so to speak, as officer in charge of most of the 43 military funerals I participated in there from 1966 to 1968, in the new section of that National Cemetery dedicated to the Vietnam-era dead. 10,746 more words

The one piece of career advice millionaires (and billionaires) share

It’s no secret that it’s difficult to enter the job market. If anything, it’s probably the hardest it has been for recent graduates in a while considering the lacklustre economy and the number of baby boomers still in the workforce. 1,208 more words