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Blu-ray Review: The Dust Bowl

Ken Burns tells the story of Americans surviving a self-induced disaster. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: The War (2007)

Ken Burns tells the story of WWII through four small towns and their residents. Read More »

Prohibition’s Roy Olmstead: The Man Who No Longer Exists

More on Roy Olmstead from the PBS series: Prohibition. Read More »

DVD Review: Baseball: The Tenth Inning – Directed by Ken Burns

Telling America’s stories through stories of America’s great pastime. Always the same; always changing. Read More »

DVD Review: Seeing, Searching, Being: William Segal

Visit Paris and artist William Segal in this fascinating Ken Burns documentary. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Cecil Taylor – Silent Tongues

Blues for Harvey Pekar. Read More »

PBS Primetime Programming for the Week of September 27

Ah, smell the fresh air... it's National Parks week on PBS! Read More »