Growing BolderBolder With Books
Author James Patterson gives us the scoop on two new books, and why he's so passionate about inspiring kids to start reading, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Growing BolderTime Just Keeps Ticking
Most of us want to stop the clock, but you'll meet a man whose job it is to keep time ticking. Plus, how to break through the roadblocks that can hold you back, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Home Again with Bob VilaStorm-Ready Design: Storm-Ready Doors, Fiberglass Wallboard, and Power Backup
Bob meets with Jesse Gonzales to install an impact-resistant front door. Electrician, Jose Rodriguez, installs wiring and plumber, Dan Gerry, shows how to work with metal studs and cement slab. Thad Goodman installs Fiberglass-faced wallboard
Home Again with Bob VilaFaux Columns and a Gunite Pool
Bob works with Jesse Gonzalez to create decorative styrofoam columns for the front of the house. Bob joins Tom McNealy to excavate and pour a Gunite Cement Swimming Pool. Bob joins Dan Gerry to install a jetted soaking tub in the master bath.
Stanley On the GoNepal
Stanley flies to Mt. Everest, the world's tallest mountain; goes white water rafting; tours historic sites, attends the Festival of the Living Goddess - this one is for Ripley's Believe It Or Not.
Stanley On the GoSalzberg and Insbruck, Austria
We go to Salzburg; watch a Master Chef prepare the perfect wiernerschnitzel at the Hotel Sacher, sail the Salzac River and interview the Mayor of Salzburg. In Innsbruck, we take a funicular to a popular ski resort, watch an alpine town celebrate Thanksgiving.
Victory GardenBest Bets for Herbs
This week, learn about the many uses of herbs. Michael takes a tour of the Herb Lyceum and picks up some 'Best Bets' for beyond-ordinary herbs, and he also gives a primer on how to grow and enjoy your own lettuce all season long.
Victory GardenFarmer's Almanac Gardening Tips
The Victory Garden celebrates fall harvest! Join us as we reap the bounty of our 27th season and share an exploration of time-tested gardening ideas with the editor of Old Farmer's Almanac, and then a delicious wild salad and vegetarian gumbo.