Death by Nostalgia

October 8, 2006

You remember the good old days, don't you? The music was better. The food was better. Cars were better. I mean, everything was better really. Now, everything's all fancy and everyone's in a big rush. But not back then. . . Those were the days, weren't they? In this hour of To The Best Of Our Knowledge, Nostalgia. . . maybe until you're sick to death of it.

  1. Sharon Jones on The Dap Kings

    Sharon Jones is a black woman in her late 40s who fronts a band called the Dap-Kings...

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  2. William Christenberry on Photographing the South

    Photographer William Christenberry takes pictures of simple buildings in forgotten corners of his home place of Hale County, Alabama, year after year to document how they change over time.

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  3. Richard Halpern on Norman Rockwell

    Richard Halpern talks with Jim Fleming about the sexual sub-text in Norman Rockwell’s work

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  4. Hannah Palin on 'The Day My Mother's Head Exploded'

    Hannah Palin lives in Seattle and works as a film archivist. Her mother is retired and lives in Washington, D.C.

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  5. Jane Hamilton on "When Madeline Was Young"

    Novelist Jane Hamilton talks with Steve Paulson about the role of nostalgia in literary fiction.

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