Planning a remodeling project or wondering why your doors do not open properly? You will want to be with us for this episode of the "Router Workshop", as router experts Bob and Rick show you some of the tricks of the trade in the construction and renovation fields! Today we're "hanging a door"! Rick will show you how to layout and make your own hinge mortising jig. Bob mortises the door while Rick uses the same jig to mortise the jamb. Bob shows you a set of ‘door jacks’ that are amazingly simple to build. Discover the right way to "hanging a door" on the "Router Workshop"!
Today’s new tribal economy needs a new type of entrepreneur. So if you’re ready to take charge of your market, make a massive impact… and spark a serious financial and career break throug.I will guide you through every step of supercharging your business, brand or idea with your own tribe of loyal customers Join Inc. 500 Entrepreneur Amish Shah & A Community Of Passionate Entrepreneurs In The Tribe500 Rapid Growth Incubator Program, Discover How The World’s Most Successful Tribal Entrepreneurs Analyze, Build, Assemble, Serve & Expand Their Customer Communities, And Finally Create A Business That’s So Magnetic, Your Fans Will Fund & Grow It For You.
Investigators continue their quest for answers at Boston's Isabella Gardner Museum, the site of history's largest art heist.
For more than 30 years, Aerosmith has defined American Rock and Roll. Just a brief overview of their remarkable career is truly mind-boggling: over 100 million albums sold, countless awards (Grammy's, American Music Awards, Billboard Awards, MTV Awards), and a diehard fan-base in the millions worldwide. As the band embarks on yet another world tour to support their 25th release Honkin' On Bobo, they remain creatively vital, and are the platinum standard for artistic and commercial success in the music business. Through it all they have defeated the odds, silenced their critics and have undeniably withstood the test of time.
500 Nations is an eight part documentary on the Native Americans of North and Central America. It documents from pre-Columbian to the end of the 19th century. Much of the information comes from text, eyewitnesses, pictorials, and computer graphics.