NEXT TIME ON 22 MAGAZINE: We preview the upcoming 10-year-old Cal Ripken World Series taking place in Vincennes. The Good Samaritan Foundation is raising money for a new health education center and the Alliance for a Healthier Indiana is looking for input from you.
SATURDAY AT 9PM ON MARTHA BAKES: Learn how to make three boulangerie-quality breads: a crusty golden brown artisanal boule, a unique "edible landscape" onion and leek focaccia, and a buttery, multi-layered brioche feuilletée.
SUNDAY AT 9PM ON ENDEAVOUR: A death at an international sporting event leads Endeavour to investigate more than just the crime. Meanwhile, Thursday continues to deal with the threat of underworld activity in Oxford.
MONDAY AT 10PM ON POV: The story of Maria Toorpakai, a young woman who lives in a Taliban-controlled area of Pakistan.
TUESDAY AT 9PM ON NO PASSPORT REQUIRED: Chef Marcus Samuelsson visits Chicago's longstanding Mexican community, which is the second largest in the U.S., to learn about its heritage and cuisine.
WEDNESDAY AT 9PM ON KINGDOMS OF THE SKY: Experience the astonishing natural life found in the world's longest mountain range, where pumas hunt guanaco, shape-shifting frogs hide in remote cloud forests and descendants of the Inca build bridges of grass.
The Vincennes Community School Corporation unveiled their latest renovation project Thursday evening. The public was invited to tour the updated Tecumseh-Harrison Elementary, which now features a mix of memorable landmarks