House & Garden

e2 - Affordable Green Housing

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New York City is known for its diversity, but that quality isn't always reflected in its public housing developments, which often ignore the social and cultural characteristics of the communities who live in them. This episode follows third generation-developer Jonathan Rose through Irvington, Harlem and the Bronx - communities where Rose is putting sustainability within reach of public housing residents.

Bee-a-thon 2013 Live!

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Today is the day... the third annual Bee-a-Thon, 12 pm - 12 am PST. You can watch the broadcast online at You can also tune in for segments on KDRT 95.7 FM and DCTV Channel 15 (2pm - 4pm). Over 20 guests from around the world, plus the fund raiser luncheon at Monticello Restaurant and the after party (The BATMAP) in the back lot of DMA. It's going to be a simply Melliferus affair!

We The Tiny House People

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TV producer and Internet-video personality Kirsten Dirksen invites us on her journey into the tiny homes of people searching for simplicity, self-sufficiency, minimalism and happiness by creating shelter in caves, converted garages, trailers, tool sheds, river boats and former pigeon coops.

Documentary runtime: 1:21:47
Release: 2012
Director/producer/writer/shooter/editor: Kirsten Dirksen
Concept & additional shooting/writing: Nicolás Boullosa Guerrero

The Garage Promo

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Steve Butler is an artist and furniture maker with more than 20 years experience in the field. In his garage workshop, he'll share with you the way to make fun, funky projects without having all the fancy expensive shop tools of the other shows. Anything from fine furniture to cool, artsy objects are what he's making. The Garage is a how-to show unlike any other.

The Garage - Halving Twins

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Got kids? That probably means you don't have much money. This time around, Steve shows you how to make a child's bed that will last a lifetime out of fifty bucks' worth of off-the-shelf lumber. It's easy to do, and won't break the bank. That's not something that can often be said when raising kids!

The Garage - Danish Facelift

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Steve loves garage sales. And he just can't resist Danish modern furniture. So what does he do when he finds a cool piece at the Salvation Army store? He buys it, brings it home, and gives it a facelift! He'll show you how to tighten up those loose legs and an easy refinish technique that will have that old dining room set looking good again.