Growing BolderKeeping it in the Family
How a teen sensation and a veteran baseball player are making sweet music together. Then, America's greatest triathlete reveals what it is that keeps him running, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Growing BolderLook for Little Miracles
How can you find little miracles in every single day? An inspirational athlete teaches us all. Plus, 50 years of aviation history celebrated in one dramatic skydive, on this episode of Growing Bolder.
Home Again with Bob VilaStorm-Ready Stucco Paint, Foyer Tile, and Textured Finishes
Jim McLaughlin and Bob spray a finish coating on the exterior. Bob and Anthony Lopez install porcelain tiles. Doug Frueh shows Bob how to apply a textured finish to a fiberglass-faced wall and Jim Trottier installs a hollow-core door.
Home Again with Bob VilaConcrete Color Staining, Soffits, and Energy Efficiency
Tom Moorad joins Bob to satin a concrete floor and Leslie Chapman-Henderson discusses storm-resistant soffit details. Todd Davison from FEMA explains the danger of storm surges. Bob joins Bill Zoeller to discuss the energy efficiency of his home.
Taste of HistoryThe Washingtons at Mt Vernon I
George Washington enjoyed spending time at his family plantation, Mount Vernon. Join Chef Walter Staib as he prepares some of the first President’s favorite dishes such as Roasted Beef Marrow, Baked Stuffed Sturgeon, and Citrus Vinaigrette.
Taste of HistoryThe Washingtons at Mt Vernon II
Always a gracious hostess, “Martha Washington” invites Chef Walter to tea. In the kitchen, Chef Walter’s menu includes Pickled Herring Bonne Femme, Roasted Stuffed Grouse, Braised Sunchokes and Sweet Potato Biscuits.
Victory GardenAntiquing for Backyard Treasures
Come join The Victory Garden and the popular Antiques Roadshow as we take a road trip to the famed Brimfield Antiques Show in Brimfield, Massachusetts to uncover hidden treasures that you'll want to have in your own backyard.
Have you ever wanted to incorporate a stone wall, walkway or simple ornament into your garden? Tune in to The Victory Garden and find out how and why some of the world's most elegant gardens use stone.