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How to Make Vegetable Creatures | LIVE Healthy Snack Tutorial

How to Make Vegetable Creatures | LIVE Healthy Snack Tutorial

Follow along as Stephanie creates adorable little vegetable creatures! Want to impress your kiddos with these little veggie bugs? Miss the livestream on YouTube?! No worries! You can now view the recording and watch at your convenience. Follow along as she creates this precious healthy snack! Ingredients Celery Creamy peanut butter Cream Cheese Radishes Cheddar cheese Crackers Red grapes Green grapes Banana Cucumber Broccoli Green […]

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New Three-Part Series Revisits the Golden Age of Tennis

New Three-Part Series Revisits the Golden Age of Tennis

The 1970s and 80s marked a golden age for tennis that changed the sport and the world. Gods of Tennis, a new three-part series, explores how players influenced significant change on and off the court. The series airs Tuesdays, July 23 through August 6, at 9pm on CET and ThinkTV16 and will also be available on the PBS App.  Framed through the world-famous Wimbledon tournament, […]

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Creative Family Fun with Hobby Hunting

Creative Family Fun with Hobby Hunting

Crafts can be a great way to bring together family and friends of all ages. Whether you have a day to spend with the kids or just catching up with friends, follow along with these tutorials from Hobby Hunting for some fun activities to do together this summer – and make something super cool in the process! Tie-Dye Party Tie dye is super fun for […]

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Reverse Creaming Method | Cake Batter Hack!

Reverse Creaming Method | Cake Batter Hack!

The reverse creaming method yields a more even texture and tender crumb. The reverse creaming method is a faster and easier way to mix your cake batter. It gives it a more even texture and tender crumb. All you need to do is combine your dry ingredients and add your butter, beating it until the mixture looks like coarse crumbs. Add your liquid ingredients and […]

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PBS KIDS Series to Stream this Summer

PBS KIDS Series to Stream this Summer

PBS KIDS digital series are a great way to entertain young ones while staying educated and engaged. Whether it’s learning about civic responsibility with the spirited friends on City Island, brushing up language skills with Spanish speakers on Oh Noah!, or exploring the power of art and expression with the cat and mouse duo on Scribbles and Ink. These series are available on the PBS […]

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Refreshing Recipes for the Fourth from PBS Food

Refreshing Recipes for the Fourth from PBS Food

Whether you’re looking for an easy appetizer or a festive dessert, we’ve got you covered with some refreshing recipes for the summer! Relax by the pool with an extra fancy strawberry lemonade or dazzle your friends with a red, white and blueberry salad. You’re sure to impress at your Fourth of July parties – and all your other summer celebrations – with these special treats. […]

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Strawberry Shortcake Recipe | Making Your Own Compote!

Strawberry Shortcake Recipe | Making Your Own Compote!

You can’t go wrong with this delicious strawberry shortcake recipe! Who doesn’t love a yummy strawberry shortcake?! This recipe is amazing because every element is made completely from scratch, including the delicious strawberry basil compote. Perfect for a summer afternoon treat! Ingredients Cake 1 1/4 cups (148g) cake flour 2/3 cup (130g) granulated sugar 1 tsp baking powder 1/4 tsp salt 1/4 cup (4 Tablespoons; […]

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Reflections Following Juneteenth

Reflections Following Juneteenth

The Emancipation Proclamation was signed by President Abraham Lincoln more than 160 years ago, declaring all slaves free in the United States and granting absolute equality of personal rights. On June 19th, also known as Juneteenth, we celebrate the day that Black Americans received the news of their freedom. Juneteenth has been a holiday for generations, but it became a federally recognized holiday on June […]

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Route 66 Women: The Untold Story of the Mother Road

Route 66 Women: The Untold Story of the Mother Road

Meet the women who built their legacies on America’s most iconic highway.

Sundays, July 14 through 28, at 7pm on CET

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Travel the Globe with New Climate Series this Month

Travel the Globe with New Climate Series this Month

With the Earth heating twice as fast as it was four decades ago, the implications for our planet and everything living on it are ominous. We have two series this month that focus on the effects of changes in climates, Dynamic Planet and Hope in the Water, premiering on Wednesday, June 19, at 8pm on CET. From melting glaciers to changing weather patterns, these two […]

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