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.
The second episode of AMERICA’S BALLROOM CHALLENGE is a study in contrasts — from the flowing ball gowns and graceful waltzes of the classic International Standard style to the sensational footwork and provocative moves of the sizzling International Latin division. Watch it all Friday, May 1 at 9/8c on PBS.
Get cooking: there are only 3 days left to submit a recipe to the Healthy Lunchtime Challenge. Winners will dine with First Lady Michelle Obama at the 2015 #KidsStateDinner at the White House. Enter Now: http://to.pbs.org/1IlyPEl
Premieres Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 9/8c on American Experience on PBS. Director and producer Rory Kennedy, Colonel Stuart Herrington and Binh Pho, a college student in South Vietnam during the war, discuss the making of the film, its importance, and the response from the community. More: http://to.pbs.org/1dki6YA
Tune in tonight at 8/7C on PBS for an all-new episode of Antiques Roadshow from Santa Clara, CA. In this excerpt from tonight's episode, Eric Silver appraises a snake lamp, “La Tentation,” made by Edgar Brandt.
At the Career Thought Leaders annual conference, keynoter Gerry Crispin talked about the importance of referrals for job hunters. Here's how to get them and how some employers are being more transparent about the application process.
There are more than 730,000 homes in New York City without broadband access. And because the Internet today is the gateway to everything from education to the economy, the city is trying to bring those families out of the digital dark. But Internet access requires more than a connection for cash-str…
Will Gordon’s debut as store deputy cause scandal? What will happen when Kitty confronts her attackers? Find out on the next episode of “Mr. Selfridge” on MASTERPIECE | PBS (Masterpiece Theatre) tonight at 9/8c.
In 1965, hundreds of anti-war activists gathered in New York’s Union Square where several proceeded to burn their draft cards, an action considered a federal crime. Witness the legendary burning in this clip from THE DRAFT.
Premieres tomorrow at 9/8c on PBS, as part of a special programming block commemorating the Vietnam War. Learn more: http://to.pbs.org/1HogvMq #VietnamPBS