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Paul McCartney: Speaking Words of Wisdom

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Next Avenue
PBS


6 life and work lessons from the latest show of the legendary Beatle. Continue


TTC Extra: Child Accidentally Shoots Gun Range Instructor

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To The Contrary
PBS


A 9-year-old child accidentally shot and killed her gun range instructor in Arizona, which is one of many states that allows children under 18 into gun ranges with adult supervision. This incident has stirred up debate about children and firearms. PANEL: Patricia Sosa, Betsy Mullins, Rina Shah, Conservative Commentator Darlene Kennedy Continue


August 29, 2014

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Charlie Rose The Week
PBS


This week we revisit Charlie's interview with Sting on his latest project, the nnew musical "The Last Ship" -- a labor of love that sent the artist formerly known as Gordon Sumner back to his dockside hometown and helped him overcome a decades-long struggle with writers' block. Plus, Sting performs music from "The Last Ship" Continue


Probation for Profit

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
PBS


"These are folks that in many cases couldn’t pay like a two hundred dollar fine or ticket. They’re put on probation. They have to pay interest on what they owe, and they have to pay that company for the privilege of being supervised by them," says Caroline Issacs, Arizona program director of the American Friends Service Committee. "It’s like a payday loan they end up paying ten times over." Continue


Web Exclusive: Japanese-American Internees Today

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American Masters
PBS


Photographer Paul Kitagaki Jr. found surviving Japanese-Americans who were photographed by Dorothea Lange and others as they were taken to internment camps during World War II. This forced relocation process was led by the U.S. War Relocation Authority in 1942. Kitagaki took portraits of these former internees, often taking the photos in the same locations or arrangements as the 1942 photos. Continue


What Were the Most Popular Recipes in August?

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PBS Food
PBS


Check out the top recipes to close out the Summer. Continue


Beyond the Corn Dog: 7 Unusual Fair Foods

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Next Avenue
PBS


From the goofy to the gourmet, festival fare has come a long way. Continue


Preview: Mainstream, USA

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America By The Numbers
PBS


In the last few decades, the town of Clarkston has undergone a significant demographic shift. Whites made up almost 90% of the residents of this small town in Georgia in 1980, but by 2012 over 80% of Clarkston residents were non-white. How are these rapid changes affecting this small town? Find out in this episode of AMERICA BY THE NUMBERS, premiering Oct 4 on PBS (check local listings). Continue


8 Lessons We Learned From Our First Jobs

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Next Avenue
PBS


Next Avenue readers share their hard-earned advice. Continue


5 Steps to Take Control of Your Career

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Next Avenue
PBS


Act like a business to analyze your strengths and weaknesses. Continue


Rabbi Joseph Telushkin Extended Interview

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Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
PBS


"The Rebbe was as profoundly a religious and spiritual figure as you can imagine. He was of course scrupulous in his observance of Jewish law. He prayed with a sense of tremendous profundity, and you actually felt, when you were dealing with him, that you were with a person who was suffused with a God-consciousness." Continue


12 Ways to Get Your Resume Seen

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Next Avenue
PBS


Don't make the mistakes many do in their "summary of experience." Continue


After Tiller: Filmmaker Interview

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POV
PBS


Filmmakers Lana Wilson and Martha Shane discuss the making of their film After Tiller. Continue


After Tiller

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POV
PBS


Martha Shane and Lana Wilson's After Tiller is a deeply humanizing and probing portrait of the only four doctors in the United States still openly performing third-trimester abortions in the wake of the 2009 assassination of Dr. George Tiller in Wichita, Kansas—and in the face of intense protest from abortion opponents. Continue


Infuse Summer Into Sweet Corn Ice Cream

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PBS Food
PBS


This ice cream tastes exactly like sweetened corn. It’s smooth in texture, and the perfect way to use up the end-of-summer corn. Continue


How to Make Fruit Minestrone

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PBS Food
PBS


This fruity dessert is a totally new take on the classic savory Italian soup. Continue


A New Take on Fall Foliage: Prairie Grass

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Next Avenue
PBS


Autumn is a beautiful season for visiting the Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve. Continue


What You Should Know About the 50+ Market

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Next Avenue
PBS


It's become sunnier, say labor experts, but the future is cloudy. Continue


Gloria Reuben's African Link

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Finding Your Roots
PBS


Henry Louis Gates, Jr. reveals evidence about actress Gloria Reuben's 5th Great-Grandmother, an incredibly rare discovery that connects her family line back to Africa. Continue


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