Did you know there is a new National Lampoon’s vacation movie coming out today? No, I’m not kidding. Here are some books, movies and music you can get from the library instead. Chevy Chase fans please leave your grumbles in the comments. Plus—what is tickling our fancy this week.
With President Carter visiting the library, we can’t help but to think of the 1970s. Q: What makes the “me decade”? A: Singer songwriters, space rock, gritty crime movies, and one of the best kids books of any decade. Leave your picks in the comments. Plus—what is tickling our fancy this week.
Amanda being out and technical difficulties did not stop the rest of Popmatic crew from celebrating Bastaille Day the way good old-fashioned red-blooded Americans should—by talking about movie soundtracks. I’m not talking Les Miserables. I’m talking Coneheads?! French factoids and absurdity abound. Plus, what is making Jeremy cry this week.
The Regency period looms disproportionately large in any public library collection. We’ll clue you in as to why. Amanda challenges listeners to give her a reason to read Jane Austen. And we ask you, should the library start making book lists again? Plus what is tickling our fancy this week.
Summer Challenge is here! This year’s theme is super heroes so the Popmatic crew gets bit by a spider and saves the day by giving you awesome book, movie and music recommendations. And yes, listening to this episode, or any episode of Popmatic, counts for Summer Challenge points.
Are you still buzzing from the Indy 500? Maybe just depressed that Dave Letterman is off the air? None of the Popmatic crew like racing as much as Letterman does but they all love Talladega Nights. And some serious stuff too.