Some people flock to flea markets for the antique furniture or rare art. Others head out in search of sports memorabilia and collectibles. But for the fashionista, flea markets mean one thing – fabulous vintage fashion.
Did you know termite mounds are actually chimneys? Learn about the ancient and complex society below from PBS Digital Studios series #DIORAMA and American Museum of Natural History: http://youtu.be/lH4RbMbU74E
An MRI of a patient's brain 19 hours after a fall shows bleeding and damage to the meninges, the lining between the skull and the brain. Photo by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke.
Students in Andy Kastl's (second from left) social studies class at Clintondale High School in suburban Detroit use the social media app Vine for a lesson on the Constitution. Photo by Mike Fritz/PBS NewsHour
This Day in History: on this day in 1941, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini declared war on the United States in support of their ally, Empire of Japan. The declarations came a few days after the Japanese attack on the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor.
An event in New York celebrating the premiere of “Downton Abbey, Season 4” on MASTERPIECE on PBS.
"Downton Abbey" creator and executive producer Julian Fellowes and executive producer Gareth Neame joined cast members Hugh Bonneville, Laura Carmichael, Robert James-Collier, Michelle Dockery, Allen Leech, Phyllis Logan and Lesley Nicol for a Q&A moderated by Bill Carter of The New York Times.
"Downton Abbey, Season 4" premieres Sunday, January 5, 2014, 9/8c on MASTERPIECE on PBS.
A nearby orc in 'World of Warcraft' or a friendly passerby in "Second Life" online gamers encountered may have actually been members of United States or British intelligence services. Newly released classified documents reveal that spies from organizations such as the NSA infiltrated online games an...
This Day in History: On this day in 1950, American diplomat Dr. Ralph Bunche was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his successful negotiations during the First Arab-Israeli War in 1949. Bunche was the first African American to receive the prestigious award.
Learn more about Dr. Bunche’s pioneering legacy in “A Time for Mediation” with PBS Black Culture Connection: http://to.pbs.org/19eVcwG
Welcome everyone! This screening and live conversation highlights and analyzes the profound power of art in its role as change agent. Discover the world of Ai Weiwei, China's famous artist and human rights activist, Ghanaian scultor El Anatsui, and American photographer Catherine Opie. For anyone wh...
Get ready: all new episodes of ANTIQUES ROADSHOW are right around the corner with the new season premiering on Monday, January 6th at 8/7c.
LIKE Antiques Roadshow on Facebook for exclusive previews and behind-the-scenes exclusives. Then, check out some of executive producer Marsha Bemko's favorite moments from the upcoming season at http://bit.ly/1iHPhG8.