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Woody Allen's Career in Ten Lines

Apple pie, baseball, block-long cars, Woody Allen: few things are more American. From comedies, dramas, Oscar-winners and critical bombs, and the sordid rumors of his personal life, Woody has been kicking out nearly a film a year for over half a century. This retrospective from The Solomon Society breaks the director and actor's long career down into ten of his most fascinating, memorable lines.

  • The Best Sounds of Porsche

    From the mass-production Beetle to the most successful endurance race car ever produced, the company founded by Ferdinand Porsche has become synonymous with performance. The heart of any performance machine is the motor, and the unique flat cylinder arrangement Porsche is famous for produces an aural assault unlike any other. Porsche pulled five of its most iconic vehicles from the Porsche Museum and recorded the exhaust notes for an official list of the best Porsche engine sounds.

  • Nick Offerman's Woodshop

    The PBS carpentry classic This Old House and Nick Offerman go together like two sides of a dovetail joint. So it's only fitting that host Kevin O'Connor made the trip out to Los Angeles to visit Nick in his monument to woodworking. Nick takes Kevin on a tour of the grounds, and peppers the conversation with enough kiln-dried carpenter humor to fill an HBO special.