Stories of people haunted by guilt over their role in others' deaths, even when everyone agrees they're blameless.
Can mercy restore what genocide destroyed?
The rock stars we love and the man behind the camera.
Ken Burns and co-director Lynn Novick bring Burns's landmark 1994 PBS series BASEBALL up to the present and explore baseball's new Golden Age.
What should the government do to help people who are poor?
The Oath offers a rare window into a hidden realm—and the international impact of the U.S. War on Terror.
A Celebration of Active Aging During National Fall Prevention Awareness Week.
Tune in to celebrate the great American music created by Latinos.
Alejandro Santiago went home. What he found led him on an artist journey of local and global significance.
What had started as an advertisement for color film evolved into an American tradition for more than 40 years.
Tender, gooey, and unapologetically large cinnamon buns... need we say more?
WXXI will host an hour-long debate among the candidates running in the New York State Attorney General Democratic primary election on Tuesday, August 31 at WXXI Studios.
Celebrate Rochester's vibrant artist community!
WXXI opens its doors to the public on Saturday, October 2, 2010 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. for a day of fun, free activities for guests of all ages.
It's every collector's dream: turning a modest outlay into a staggeringly high return on investment.
Understand the current global financial crisis in the full context of financial history.
This film brings to life the remarkable stories behind the legendary group of New Deal-sponsored photographers who captured the face of Depression-era America.
Please join us as we celebrate Sample Soap, a local non-profit company that will receive eTown's E-Chievement Award during the Monday night broadcast.
A look at three architects whose work uniquely defines American architecture.
PBS World presents and evening of dinosaurs and other ancient beasts.
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