For two weeks in August, WXXI is offering free documentary screenings, followed by lively discussions, that explore youth self-esteem, cultural identity, crime, life choices, and more.
Arts and Culture
Poirot tackles an intriguing and dangerous murder case involving international espionage, a Middle-Eastern revolution and a missing princess.
On May 1, 1893, over 300,000 people gathered in Chicago for the opening day of the World's Columbian Exposition.
An archaeological dig is the scene of murder in the Middle East, leading Poirot to unravel a tragic tale of twisted family secrets.
Tonight on Need to Know Rochester, meet the Rochester native once called the "Evil Knievel of Dance" and the green home consultant whose biggest project is his own home.