ANTIQUES ROADSHOW CHARLESTON
Andrew Brunk (right) appraises a Virginia Federal walnut cellarette, ca. 1800 in the first of three new Charleston episodes.
MONDAYS BEGINNING FEB. 15 AT 8PM ON ETV
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- National Weather Service: Freezing Rain and Winter Weather Advisories
- At The Steps Of The Supreme Court, A Small Memorial For Justice Scalia
- Scalia Expressed His Faith With The Same Fervor As His Court Opinions
- In Poor, Crime-Ridden Mexican Community, Pope Critiques Inequality
- Fighting In Syria Intensifies Ahead Of Proposed Truce
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