Review - The Unicorn (CBS)

The Unicorn is a way better than average broadcast sitcom, elevated by a fantastic lead performance by Walton Goggins and a terrific ensemble that clicks from Episode One. With the first season (18 episodes) available to stream on Netflix, you might want to spend a few of your Thanksgiving hours with this fun show.

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Occasional Feature - Ask Your Pop Culture Concierge

In this occasional feature your PCC answers your pop culture queries. Today's question - should you subscribe to Disney+?

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Part Two in a Series - Beatles from the Beginning

Join me this month as I listen to With the Beatles, the second album released by my favorite band of all time!!!!

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Review - Finding Fred (2019)

Finding Fred is a limited series hosted by Carvell Wallace. Wallace posits that Mister Rogers can still offer a lot of wisdom about how we can make a difference. Wallace is a writer and a parent and as of the recording of this podcast was asking himself the tough questions - like, what does it mean to be a good person, especially in a world where it feels like there's so much bad? He introduces Fred Rogers into this conversation and makes the case that there was at least one, truly good person that we all know, and that he left 900 episodes of television as a road map for the rest of us.

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Review - MARCH, Book Two, By John Lewis, Andrew Ayden and Nate Powell

MARCH, Book Two, follows continues the story of Congressman John Lewis, focusing primarily on the Freedom Rides of 1961 and the March on Washington in 1963. As we prepare for the US election next week, reading this graphic novel can serve as a powerful reminder that democracy is fragile and needs constant care, feeding and vigilance. After seeing everything that John Lewis and his fellow protestors endured during just two years of the civil rights movement, the least the rest of us can do is vote.

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