Have you ever been to the Columbus Baking Company in Syracuse? If you haven't you can see what they're all about in a new PBS special airing tonight, August 25th. It's called 'A Few Good Bakeries' and it will be shown at 8 p.m.
For 35 years The Make-A- Wish Foundation has been making the dreams of terminally ill kids come true. It can be anything from a visit by a celebrity to a trip to Disney World. For Miles Scott his wish included a whole city and even the President himself. For one whole day he became "Batkid" and it was one of the biggest wishes granted in 'Make-A-Wish' history.
Boyd Bushman has spent his entire career as a scientist and inventor. In August of this year, he passed away. Before the end of his life he decided to make a half hour documentary sharing a lot of the information he and other scientists have gathered over the years, including actual photos of what appears to be actual aliens from Area 51.
After a brief stint as host of NBC's "Tonight Show" from 2009-2010, Conan O'Brien did not have a television show for a while, so during that downtime, he traveled the country doing comedy. Cameras followed him on the 32-city comedy tour, which gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the late-night funny man. The footage from the tour has been put together into a documentary called, "Co
If you're a football fan or just like to see someone overcome adversity, you may want to check out Kenny Chesney's new football documentary, premiering this weekend. "The Color Orange: The Coldredge Holloway Story" is about the University of Tennessee's earyl 1970's star player, who became the first African American starting quarterback in the Southeastern Conference.
Chely Wright's coming out story is coming out on film. Filmmakers have been working with her on the documentary "Wish Me Away" for three years - well before she came out to the world as being gay. A release date for the film has not been set yet, but the filmmakers are hoping to see it hit the screen sometime this year...