Recorded live at The Public Theater’s Free Shakespeare in the Park, this modern interpretation of Shakespeare’s romantic classic with an all-black cast features Danielle Brooks and Grantham Coleman.
Friday, August 14 • 9PM
Much AdoAbout Nothing
Tom and Jeff build a section of a coffered ceiling. Jenn watches as local granite is cut to size. Richard reviews the complex septic system as it goes in. In Ohio, Kevin learns how the interior doors are built. Back in Westerly, a door is installed.
Saturday, August 15 • 9:30AM
Heath replaces a standard toggle switch with a reproduction antique push button switch to match the rest of the house; Ross travels toAlbany, New York to explore ways to make drilling for and installing geothermal heat pumps more affordable for average homeowners.
Saturday, August 15 • 10AM
By June 1944, there are signs on both sides of the world that the tide of the war is turning. On D-Day, amillion and a half Allied troops embark on the invasion of France. In the Pacific, the island hopping campaign is underway, with the enemy determined to defend to the death every piece of territory they hold.
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Pride of Our Nation
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