Snowball, the class pet, has gone missing. As all the neighbours band together to search for Snowball, Daniel realizes how good it feels to be part of a neighbourhood. The Tiger Family is under the weather and Daniel is sent home from his school.
Molly ends up on a dogsledding adventure as she sets out to fix the lacking of a statue of the heroic dog Balto in Nenana. Then, Molly learns Koyukon words for types of snow, which helps her basketball team at a tournament.
Buster's Uncle Bob tells him a spooky bedtime story about an encounter with a mysterious creature called the lycanbunny. Cheikh is worried that if he and his family become American citizens, then they will have to abandon their Senegalese culture.
The legendary life and exploits of bootlegger Bill McCoy during the Prohibition era are revealed. He fuelled the Roaring Twenties by smuggling more than one million bottles of illegal alcohol from the Caribbean to New York.
Steve Adubato goes on-location to the 2019 NJEA Convention in Atlantic City, New Jersey, to talk with the state's leading educators about the issues facing teachers and students both in and out of the classroom.
The IU Student Jazz Ensemble perform an original production of The Gennett Suite, a tribute to early jazz artists, conducted by Indiana University Jacobs School of Music Associate Professor of Music, Brent Wallarab.
A new play by the McCarter Theatre's Emily Mann explores the life of Gloria Steinem; the legacy of New Brunswick native James P. Johnson's music from the 1920's; in Trenton, follow the restoration of work by Nam June Paik.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker cooks orecchiette with Jersey tomatoes, onions, and spinach and talks about how his family broke the housing colour barrier in Bergen County, how to survive a rough campaign, and how to use social media.