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Pop Culture Happy Hour is a lively chat about books, movies, music, television, comics and pretty much anything else that strikes a nerve, all in a weekly roundtable from NPR. Features "Monkey See" blogger Linda Holmes and an occasionally rowdy cast of characters. Join the club at NPR.org/pchh.
October 1st, 2010
Episode 99 of 578 episodes
In this episode, we dug deeply into our own steamer trunks of cultural nostalgia, and hoo boy, we had fun. What were the first albums Trey Graham owned, and why does it take him so long to work up the nerve to tell us? What book did the fantabulous Barrie Hardymon stumble across at a young age? What poster graced the ceiling of Linda Holmes' childhood bedroom? And did Stephen Thompson's first live concert suggest he would one day be a musical tastemaker? What are YOUR pop culture firsts? Come to npr.org/pchh to share your own.
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