The Weekender

The Weekender | April 18th-20th

It's the wonderful world of Michael Keaton. Bird hunting trucks in all of their splendor. Slow motion marine life and Jared & The Mill.

The Weekender | April 4th - 6th

Read about the private security firm G4S, photos of the Iditarod, watch a film about mountains and listen to the Alabama Shakes.

The Weekender | March 28th - 30th

A look at stolen art and the Monuments Men. The mumuration of starlings and the beautiful voice of Holly Williams.

The Weekender | March 21st-23rd

Surprisingly, pelicans are not a huge part of literature, but we have quotes on pelicans and a GoPro camera on a pelican. We read about the Maori Battalion, photos of Ali, and the music of Aloe Blacc.

The Weekender | March 14th-16th

We help you celebrate St. Patrick's Day with some education on The Parting Glass. We read about the myth of Pancho Villa and the cyclist that broke the color barrier. We look at the Paralympic athletes and we listen to the Toadies.

The Weekender | March 7th-9th

Read about bullfighting and bull riding. Look at the Sony World Photography Awards, which includes a frog riding a beetle. Watch an incredible girl climb some rocks. Listen to tunes of Ronnie Fauss.

The Weekender | February 28th - March 2nd

Read about the last days of Blackbeard the pirate. Look at frozen lighthouses in Michigan. Watch an independent film on 6 man football in Turkey and Crowell. Listen to tunes of Jamestown Revival.

The Weekender | February 21st - 23rd

James Thurber and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. There's actually something really interesting in Wisconsin and it involves ice and things completely frozen over. Jimmy Fallon might have a little something and The Snarky Puppy entertains your ears.

The Weekender | February 14th - 16th

This weekend, we discuss: The French Foreign Legion as the men that join go there to disappear or die. The beautiful photos of thunder storms and time lapse of thunder storms. And the foot-tapping music of Rodrigo & Gabriela.

The Weekender | February 7th - 9th

The oral histories of Bull Durham and White Men Can't Jump, as well as historical places from a bird's eye view. Combining things we love: GoPro's and waves. And we end with The Shins.

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