Benjamin introduces us to a teen who’s not letting a devastating injury prevent him from climbing to success – literally. In fact, para climber Braydon Butler has his sights set on the Olympics.

This season we’ve been airing a series of reports called “A Bit of Belgium.” But as you’re about to see in Emily’s report about Belgium Waffles, this week’s episode should be called: A Bite of Belgium.

Nicole takes us on a tour of the Aeronautics Museum… a fascinating museum that celebrates more than a hundred years of flight.

Safe driving takes a clear head, a steady hand, and good reactions. Unfortunately, you don’t have any of those if you’re driving impaired. To drive that message home, here’s a video from the National Road Foundation.

In “Flag Facts” Eric tells us about the flag of what’s known as the Valentine State – Arizona.

Alexandra explores the history of barbecue in America.

Art is inspired by many different things. Beauty, fame religion, to name a few. In this episode of our series Art History 101, we’ll meet a student whose artistic design was inspired by war.

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