'If A Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front' on PBS, 'The Civil War: A Visual History,' Nation Beat's new album 'Growing Stone,' and more picks.
Attempts to teach 9/11 has forced educators largely to abandon textbooks in favor of more flexible and vibrant resources – from online art to in-class presentations by witnesses.
An early review of Cheney's "In My Time" suggests that readers of the memoir will react more with frustration than with anger.
A culinary tour of South Korea on PBS, farming skills for city dwellers, a documentary on caped vigilantes, and more recommendations.
A new Southern cookbook, a website that unites local newspapers, and the thrilling soundtrack to J. J. Abrams' 'Super 8', and more recommendations.
Antiques Roadshow made one man very happy this weekend by informing him that his rhinoceros horn cups were worth a lot more than he ever imagined.
Johnny Depp's animated comedy 'Rango' comes to DVD, PBS's 'Masterpiece Mystery!' follows an Italian detective, Placido Domingo sings in a very special presentation of Verdi's Rigoletto, and more recommendations.
A man dressed as Thomas Jefferson reads the Declaration of Independence in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia on July 3, 2008. Mr. Jefferson was the primary author of the document declaring the independence of the 13 American colonies from Britain, celebrated on July 4 and known as Independence Day.
PBS presents their annual "A Capitol Fourth" concert, Harry Potter's fan mail, Sony celebrates 40 years of jazz, and more recommendations.