Taste of HistoryYellow Fever
In the summer of 1793, a terrible plague swept through Philadelphia. Yellow Fever wiped out ten percent of the population and Dolley Madison end up a First Lady. Find out how, as Chef Staib cooks Citrus Marinated Salmon with an Eggplant Doré.
Whole Body HealthBee Sting Therapy
Bees are essential for human existence. But can this pain also bring health benefits?
Whole Body HealthArts Therapy
Can Arts Therapy impact your health
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 BolderGet Wild and Grow Bolder
Leave your mark on the world and chase your Fountain of Youth at the same time. And the latest on a wild woman behind the wheel, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Home Again with Bob VilaRefurbishing Wrought Iron, Custom Kitchen Cabinets, Profile Molding
The facade of the Manhattan Brownstone gets a major overhaul. All of the wrought iron work, carvings, and Brownstone paint is stripped away and carefully refurbished by Erik Nadoban of Nadoban Painting.
Home Again with Bob VilaKitchens, Feng Shui, and Energy Star Homes
At the Mashpee, Massachusetts homes, general contractor Wes Lohr is adding finishing details. Developer Joe Valle reviews Massachusetts' Act 40B affordable housing law and John Livermore looks at how homes become Energy Star-certified.
Second ActServing Up Success
A couple gets a second chance at their dream of owning a restaurant, but this time around they have Paul DiMeo and a team of experts to help. Watch as they gear up for their grand opening - and work together to succeed in the challenging restaurant business.