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Build an authentic Shaker cabinet with Kerry Pierce. Never before published measured drawings for the Pleasant Hill wall cupboard and step-by-step construction details are included. TVs have changed, and we show you how to design entertainment centers for them. Our new "I Can Do That" column debuts with a handsome set of bi-fold shutters. Lonnie Bird explains how to hold work effectively, and Adam Cherubini looks at an 18th-Century furniture shop. We test trim routers and find the two that stand out from the crowd. In our "Woodworking Essentials" series, we give you the ins and aout of drawer slides and hinges. Dale Nish shows how to turn a mirror,we visit the shop and school of Kelly Mehler, Bob Flexner explains stains, and we show a new method for freehand sharpening.