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The Kennedy Center Mark Twain Prize salutes Tina Fey

Nov 11, 2010 in Web News

Tina Fey receives the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor. Sunday night at 8. Repeats at 9:30pm. "I assume Betty White was disqualified for steroid use." Tina Fey

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Oh Heavenly Holidays!

Nov 09, 2010 in Web News

Get your glue-guns ready...the folks from Alldredge Gardens will lead a wreath-making workshop at St. Nicholas Episcopal Church Saturday at 1pm. It's part of St. Nick's free annual Heavenly Holidays event Saturday 9am-3pm.

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Hey Scientists! Why's it so dark outside?

Nov 08, 2010 in Web News

Just in time for Daylight Savings Time, Sid the Science Kid and his pals investigate "Lights and Shadows." Check out the new episodes on light, darkness, shadows and rainbows all this week. Plus, online "Lights and Shadows" games and blogs.

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Managing Type 1 Diabetes Sick Days

Nov 03, 2010 in Web News

Cold and flu season is upon us and it can be particularly troubling for kids with type 1 diabetes. Check out this free webinar Tuesday, November 9th for West Texas families with children with Type 1 diabetes.

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PBS KIDS RANKED #1 KIDS SITE FOR FREE VIDEOS

Nov 02, 2010 in Web News

PBS KIDS' online educational content is watched two times longer than any other top kids' site. Even those that aren't about education! PBS credits developers' innovative ways to keep children engaged with educational content and dedication to encouraging kids' innate curiosity.

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MASTERPIECE MYSTERY! Sherlock

Oct 28, 2010 in Web News

London 2010. Sherlock Holmes — loner, oddball, genius. John Watson — doctor, soldier, war hero. Two men who couldn’t be more different ... united by adventure. Sunday nights at 8 through Nov. 7. Brought to you on Basin PBS by David Weaver and Pat Long Weaver.

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CIRCUS

Oct 28, 2010 in Web News

From the big top to the “back lot” — where the real heart of the circus beats — explore a distinctive world with its own rules, lingo and no fixed address. Wednesday nights at 8, November 3-17.

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SHERLOCK Twitter Party

Oct 22, 2010 in Web News

Join MASTERPIECE and fans of Sherlock for a live Twitter event on Sunday, October 24 during the 8pm premiere of Sherlock: "A Study in Pink". Be sure to follow @MasterpiecePBS and use the hashtag #sherlock_pbs to tweet your thoughts while you're watching. PBS and MASTERPIECE insiders, will be tweeting too!

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Peruse the Pumpkin Patch

Oct 21, 2010 in Web News

St. Luke's United Methodist Church Pumpkin Patch is open in Midland through October 31st. 3011 W Kansas. Monday-Saturday 9:30-6pm. Sunday 12-5pm.

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A Message From Jim Lehrer

Oct 19, 2010 in Web News

It's been more than 50 years since Edward R. Murrow stood before the Radio and Television News Directors Association, but the PBS NewsHour has not forgotten his plea for broadcast leaders "to be more." Click to read more from Jim about PBS NewsHour's 35th anniversary.

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