Podcast: Night Call

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Are you in need of company during those strange days and lonely nights? Every Monday, hosts Molly Lambert, Tess Lynch and Emily Yoshida, gather in dark rooms for a free jazz blend of pop culture theory, internet fascinations, and venture down a plethora of half-baked conspiracy theory rabbit holes. Drop us a line with your night call at 240-46-NIGHT or nightcallpodcast@gmail.com, and we'll offer our best advice on life, love, and the coming apocalypse.
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The girls are joined by writer Ezekiel Kweku for the top half this week. A Ghislaine news roundup and some television show fueled speculation about why Ms. Maxwell was staying in New Hampshire. Then it’s Randonautica, the creepy geocaching app taking Tik Tok by storm. Would any of us be game to follow a set of random directions to potentially enchanting surprise locations? Or does that sound like the worst idea ever? Then it’s a deep dive on the American flag with noted flag expert Ezekiel. Can the flag be reclaimed for good or is it out of bounds forever? For the second half of the show, Super Producer Joelle Monique joins us as we talk about Paul Verhoeven’s satirical adaptation of Robert Heinlen’s Starship Troopers. Is an obvious critique, like Verhoeven’s critique of fascism in Starship Troopers, always implicit in images or will it always go over some people’s heads? Does good intent matter if your image goes viral out of context as a GIF? Fascism, flags, and flaming bugs on an all new Nighy Call!

FOOTNOTES

Ezekiel's website

Randonautica at The Cut

Randonautica at Vice

Ezekiel on Twitter

Flag Tumblr

Jasper Johns flag

Sarah Rahbar flag

Stanley Forman flag

Ezekiel on the history of flags in Black protest art (for MTV News)

Ezekiel's DJ twitch stream

Starship Troopers trivia

Verhoeven interview in Empire

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117: Starship Loopers, iHeartRadio
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The ladies take on the fireworks conspiracy! But first, a night message about Colorado intentional community Drop City. More commune geodesic domes and experimental theater companies. What is the most Night Call time zone? How should we return Mount Rushmore to its former sacred natural state? Then, checking out the story about the shitposting cult DayLife Army. What does it look like when a cult is extremely online, seemingly self-aware about being a cult, and dead set on exploiting people's better instincts? Then, it's the moment everyone's been waiting for: ten thousand hours of incredibly loud nonstop fireworks. We lay out the various theories about the fireworks and our own personal takes. Is it the cops? Just kids? Professional fireworks enthusiasts? Or the ghost of dead Paris Review legend, fireworks hobbyist and CIA plant George Plimpton? The big differences between the fireworks in different cities, and why this specific conspiracy feels convoluted but not far-fetched. Is it all a big psy-op? Just innocent 4th of July fun? Or something even more sinister...

FOOTNOTES
Drop City the place
Drop City the novel
Murder Mountain
Tumple/Day Life Army
Ex-DLA member's Instagram
Daily Dot article
Son of Baldwin thread
The Atlantic article on fireworks

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116: The Fireworks Conspiracy Fireworks Spectacular!, iHeartRadio
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Today we take a night call about problematic Disneyland rides and suggest alternatives. Should we replace the torn down Splash Mountain with a Princess And The Frog Ride? (Yes) What is the most racist ride at Disneyland? Can theme parks be divided from themes of imperialism? Then it’s a listener query about Synanon, the self help drug rehab retreat on the Santa Monica strand that turned into a cult in the seventies. For our second half we are joined by Behind The Bastards host Robert Evans to discuss citizen journalism during the uprisings era! Robert discusses covering the Pacific Northwest, the Boogaloo creeps, showing up to face fascists. Then he takes our listeners’ questions about storing rations in small spaces, how to combat fascists flyering in your town, and where the best place to be during the revolution is (hint: among friends). Plus Molly exposes Robert as a full on pumpkin spice Fallhead!

Footnotes:

Splash Mountain Petition

LA Mag on Synanon

Paul Morantz on the Snake in his Mailbox

Behind the Police Podcast

Behind the Bastards Podcast

LOL Surprise Steals Rainbow Raver Look

LOL Surprise Bondage Doll

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115: Tearing Down Disney with Robert Evans, iHeartRadio
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Tess is off this week so Molly and Emily are joined by Night Call’s fabulous producer Joelle Monique! We start off with an email from a listener who was disappointed with our Lana Del Rey talk recently and take the opportunity to examine our own blind spots. We solicit more critiques from our listeners, and ask how we can be more helpful during this critical time in our country’s history. Then it’s a trip to the CHAZ! Emily learned about the history of autonomous zones and yes it does get weird. The connection to Burning Man and Santa Con is unveiled, and Emily provides the requisite Seattle context for the CHAZ and the French origins of the ZAD. Then we are joined by boy band expert Maria Sherman, author of the new book Larger Than Life, to dive into the recent radicalization of k-pop stans online. Sherman explains what exactly the “fan cams” are that stans have been overloading American police departments asking for footage of rioters with. Night Call is an autonomous zone of the MIND!

Footnotes:

The Demands of the Collective Black Voices Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone

In defense of the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone: The noble history of a utopian idea (Matthew Rosza, Salon)

The Cacophany Society

The Temporary Autonomous Zone (Full Text) by Hakim Bey a.k.a. Peter Lamborn Wilson

Leaving Out the Ugly Part — On Hakim Bey (Robert P. Helms)

ZAD Battles Thousands of Police During Attempted Eviction of Autonomous Zone in France (Andrew Neef, Unicorn Riot)

The Paris Commune

Freetown Christiania

K-Pop Fans Defuse Racist Hashtags (Amanda Petrusich, New Yorker)

BTS’ Fan ARMY Matches Group’s $1 Million Black Lives Matter Donation Within 24 Hours

Why K-pop Fans Are No Longer Posting About K-pop (Kaitlyn Tiffany, Atlantic)

Netizens criticize BTS member SUGA's mixtape track for sampling speech of a controversial cult leader (AllKPop)

Larger Than Life: A History of Boy Bands from NKOTB to BTS by Maria Sherman

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114: Fan Cams & CHAZ Fans, iHeartRadio
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We start with a serious moment from Night Call about the current Black Lives Matter protests and our support for them. We plan to cover historic current events this month by looking into America’s past. Then we take some night calls and emails. Then the first (and most likely last) installment of Ramblin’ Gamblin’ June is our discussion of Robert Altman’s California Split! Who is horny on main for Elliott Gould and who is decidedly not? What is the secret to a gambling buddy comedy? What are our games? We are back and we will be here for our listeners all year, at Night Call.
FOOTNOTE

Restless leg/Parkinsons drug can cause gambling addiction

TekWar

Marge Simpson's gambling problem

Oscar Zeta Acosta

Elliott Gould interview

Synanon

RESOURCES

Peoples Budget LA

Louisville Community Bail Fund

ActBlue’s Community Bail/Mutual Aid/Racial Justice Split Fund

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114: California Writ, iHeartRadio
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Night Call finishes up Y2May with some great calls and emails about the 2038 Problem that explain what it actually entails. Then we debate the merits of parallel universes and whether people just like theories because they offer a way out. And a surprise venture
into the recent rash of cancellations and Cancel Culture in general. Does cancellation provide people with a sense of control in a time when there is none? Can any societal ill ever actually be corrected by cancelling a singular person? How long is the cycle
for cancellation narratives really? What are the possibilities cancellations open up for larger conversations about culture, racism and capital? Does anyone ever actually get or stay cancelled? Should we retroactively beloved artists for fucked up shit? Can
you separate the art from the artist? Then we receive an amazing call about the “WWW = 666” Y2K era conspiracy, and finish up with a discussion from our home bunkers about end of the millennialism and prepping for disasters.

FOOTNOTES

2038 Problem

2038/Gangnam Style

Tik Tok Houses in Quar

Parallel Universes, Sounds Good

Parallel Universes, Not So Fast

Vox Piece on Anxiety vs Anger and Conspiracies

Joni Mitchell Blackface

Molly Soda's Instagram

Dial-the-truth Ministries/ www 666

Detroit Y2K Preparedness Video

"Man Emerges From Bunker After 14 Years" Joke

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112: Can Sell Culture , iHeartRadio
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A listener question about the 90s and early 2000s celebrity sex tapes prompts a discussion about Tommy and Pam, Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton’s tapes that leads into a talk about Only Fans. Molly tells Emily and Tess a story about the 528 Hz “love vibration” necklace that Denise Richards owns which turns into a story about shady right wing new organization Epoch Times and how it relates back to Shen Yun. Plus, the terrifying robot dog right out of Black Mirror and Christopher Meloni’s haunted house!

Then it’s more Y2K May! Emily listened to a podcast about how Y2K was averted through IT workers working together, and how depressing it is that tech is only becoming more dystopian now faced with the current crisis. The incredible tale of the real Bob Loblaw’s Y2K blog, still available to view as an artifact. And Molly watched a famous SportsCenter commercial about Y2K that ends up with chaos that feels like now. All this and more podcasting by candlelight, on an all new Night Call!

FOOTNOTES

Whistle Vibration

Meloni's Haunted House for Sale

And More

NYT Article on Quarantining with Ghosts

Robot Dog Social Distancing Narc

What was Y2K?

Surviving Y2K Podcast

Y2K Fears and Fixes

Origin of "Y2K

Bob Loblaw's Y2K Site

SportsCenter Y2K Commercial

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Sex, Y2K & Videotapes, iHeartRadio
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Y2May continues with a listener query about the millennium celebration at Epcot, leading us down a hole about theme park rides like The Great Movie Ride and Superstar Limo that are no longer with us, the weird retro futuristic aesthetic of Epcot, and why Mickey Mouse can never be cool. Then it’s the Y2K movie chat everyone’s been waiting for, we break the first rule of Fight Club! We take on David Fincher’s 1999 satire to talk about capitalism, men’s rights groups, and whether the movies can ever blow up a building for fun ever again. Why did we all love this movie so much as kids and how do we feel about it now? Soap, eco-terrorism, homoeroticism and school shootings around the turn of the millennium on an all new Night Call!

Footnotes

Disney Superbowl Celebration

"Celebrate the Future Hand in Hand"

Giant Disney Puppets from the Millennium Celebration

Superstar Limo

Fight Club and Columbine

Fight Club Trivia

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Fight Call/Night Club, iHeartRadio
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Welcome to Y2May! Our monthlong celebration of all things related to the year 2000 and the end of the 20th century. We start off with some William Gibson inspired chat about the current dystopian moment and then head back into the relative calmness of the near distant past. What were each of us doing on Y2K itself? But first it's our new sports show within the show Sports Call, where we take a call about Dennis Rodman and The Last Dance, the new ten part ESPN documentary about Michael Jordan's last season. Molly recommends The Last Dance to Tess and Emily, who remember their own sports thoughts. Our producer Joelle jumps in with some basketball facts after Molly wonders why the Bad Boys of Detroit were allowed to foul like that. As a new generation discovers Dennis Rodman and Carmen Electra for the first time, is anyone surprised they're going viral again? Then we get down to Y2K color schemes with a query from a listener about the late nineties Pacific Northwest color scheme of purple and forest green. We discuss what color schemes and design elements remind us most of Y2K, and why we all wish we could go to a late nineties Taco Bell. On a new Night Call!

FOOTNOTES:
William Gibson Quotation
The Last Dance
Lakers Threepeat
Decade Color Schemes
90's Colors, Textures
90's Taco Bell Aesthetic
Blackbirds Slate Gray
Interview with Evan Collins, Y2K Aesthetics Enthusiast
Molly Soda
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109: The Last Future, iHeartRadio
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A night email about Instagram face and The Twilight Zone episode "Number 12 Looks Just Like You" start a discussion about transformation narratives that turns into Emily describing a terrifying YA series called The Uglies and Molly explaining what POT LEDOM means. A discussion about whether wellness will merge fully with beauty, and how that turns into eugenics. Then we learn about Happy Science, the Japanese cult promising followers that Coronavirus can be cured by the sound of their leader's voice. Emily explains the very unfriendly rivalry between Happy Science and another cult, Aum Shinrikyo. Then a Night Call about the Real Housewives of New York objecting to new housewife Leah having had a tattoo when they have all had vaginal rejuvenation on camera leads Molly to desperately try to convince Tess and Emily to give the franchise a chance. Plus nightmarish plastic surgery reality TV like I Want A Famous Face, Botched, and Extreme Makeover. And of course, The Swan. What the hell was going on in the mid 2000s on television? Find out on the last episode of Plastic Surgery April!

FOOTNOTES

Andre Leon Talley vs Anna Wintour

The Skin Witch

Number 12 Looks Just Like You

Sandy Ganzer Instagram

Anythingforselenaas Instagram

The Uglies YA Series

Modelland Happy Science

Real Housewives Surgery vs Tattoo

It's Always Sunny Extreme Makeover

The Swan

Nely Galan

Sunscreen vs vitamin D

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108: Unhappy Science, iHeartRadio
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The ladies are joined by Jia Tolentino, staff writer for the New Yorker and author of the essay collection “Trick Mirror: Reflections on Self-Delusion” this week. First up we fetch the bolt cutters for our first impressions of the new Fiona Apple album. Plus, pandemic dreams! A scientific explanation for why people are having such weird dreams during self-isolation. Then we talk about "Instagram Face," which Jia wrote an incredible essay about. She also describes her experience meeting the Kardashians' plastic surgeon Dr. Ourian. Who has the most Instagram face? What will the beauty standards shift toward next? Can you facetune reality? We take a Night Call about Heidi Montag and recall the first phase of young people getting extreme plastic surgery. Then Tess, Molly and Emily take on another classic plastic surgery movie for Plastic Surgery April: John Woo's Face/Off! First time viewer Emily talks to seasoned Face/Off fans Tess and Molly about the operatic silliness of John Travolta and Nic Cage in this movie, the low-key sci-fi world it takes place in, and whose faces we would personally like to take off. More fun in the new world at Night Call!

Footnotes:
Jia's Book!
Fiona Apple's Feature in 1997 Spin "Girls"
Emily Nussbaum's Fiona Apple Profile
Rachel Handler's Fiona Apple Interview
And Rachel's Texts from Fiona
NY Times on Corona Dreams
And Nat Geo on 'rona Nightmares
How to Lucid Dream
Jia Tolentino on Instagram Face
Heidi Montag on her Plastic Surgery
Face/Off Trivia
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107: Instagram Face/Off, iHeartRadio
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Plastic Surgery April continues with a call about the multiple sets of "Twinfluencers" that get matching plastic surgery - The Haze Twins, The Clermont Twins, and a debate about whether the Olsen Twins had a particular procedure done. Where is the most state of the art plastic surgery getting done right now? What's up with the private jet trips and plastic surgery makeovers rich people in Houston are doing during the pandemic? Then we are joined by Caitlin Durante and Jamie Loftus from our station sisters, film pod The Bechdel Cast! Jamie and Caitlin form a Voltron of feminist movie criticism with Tess, Molly and Emily to discuss Robert Zemeckis's Death Becomes Her (1992). Can a movie whose message is "women be vain" also be subversively feminist, even if it doesn't technically pass the Bechdel test? Whatever DID happen to Baby Jane? All this and a rousing back and forth about the imagined feeling of sitting on butt implants, at Night Call!

Footnotes:
Simi and Haze Before
Simi and Haze After
Plastic Surgery and Private Jets in Houston
"The Gloriously Queer Afterlife of Death Becomes Her" at Vanity Fair
DBH Trivia
Listen to Bechdel Cast
And Go Here to Become a Matron to their Patreon
Caitlin's Twitter
Jamie's Twitter
Bechdel Cast's Twitter
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106: Death Becomes Her with The Bechdel Cast, iHeartRadio
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Plastic Surgery April begins! How are influencers coping with staying indoors and who is still doing lip injections for the Kardashians? A night call from another medical professional says it’s probably okay to get take out right now and explains why. Then we get into our personal feelings about plastic surgery, insane beauty standards, and whether botox makes people look young or just rich. A night caller asks about Bella Hadid’s transformation into Carla Bruni and we spend a long time contemplating what it’s like to get a new face and have society treat you totally differently. Is this the end of decadent celebrity? We sure hope so, on an all new Night Call!

Footnotes:

Baby birds babbling

Kylie's pregnancy lockdown prepared her for Covid

Drake "Tootsie Slide"

Kelly Ripa's last Botox

March 11th

Martha Stewart thanks her glam squad

Subbing blood for eggs in baking

India Sweets and Spices

County Public Health Director Barbara Ferrer cautions restaurants cannot operate as groceries:

Eater LA on the grocery/restaurant debacle

Carla Bruni/Bella Hadid February 2020

And in May 2019

Celebface

Facebook bans "plastic surgery filters" on Instagram

Simon Ourian

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105: The Great Deflation, iHeartRadio
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Introducing Fake Doctors, Real Friends with Zach and Donald! You loved Scrubs, and now it's time to listen along as the cast rewatches every episode and gives you all the behind the scenes info you could ever want! Listen and subscribe today! https://ihr.fm/2UQFB2Q

You know what's long, tedious and boring? Surgery. You know what isn't? This new podcast! Join Scrubs co-stars and real-life best friends Zach Braff and Donald Faison for a weekly comedy podcast where they relive the hit TV show, one episode at a time. Each week, these BFFs will discuss an episode of Scrubs, sharing behind-the-scenes stories and reminiscing on some of their favorite memories from filming. They’ll also connect with Scrubs super fans and feature beloved show cast members for exclusive interviews.
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Greetings fellow homebodies! This week Tess, Molly and Emily spend some time delving into our nightmarish techno-feudalist world. Where are the billionaires now? How do you shop for food ethically right now when the options are all bad? How are we, if not keeping sane exactly, at least muddling through? Some of us enjoyed watching Netflix's Tiger King, and some of us did not. A fun back and forth about ethics in documentary filmmaking, private zoos, and whether Joe Exotic is a Tony Soprano for our times. Then it's the conclusion of Spring Break March and the weirdest spring break in history with Magic Mike XXL, the Gregory Jacobs directed sequel to Steven Soderbergh's Magic Mike. Male objectification, Channing Tatum's career, Joe Manganiello's Backstreet Boys number, and how these movies quietly and expertly reinvented the movie musical for a new era without being annoying or twee about it. Escape on a mind vacation with Night Call, today!

Footnotes:

Instacart Strike

How long can coronavirus survive on surfaces/in air?

LA's Stay at Home Order

Runyon canyon shutdown

Darcie in Times Square

Tokyo Rescheduling Olympics

Brigitte Bardot's Racism

It's Always Fair Weather

NC Patreon

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104: Tiger King XXL, iHeartRadio
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We are celebrating our inaugural episode of the Night Call Movie Club by putting it on the main feed! New episodes will come out every month for $5+ Patreon subscribers, along with our Book Club and other bonus episodes. Join us now at patreon.com/NightCall!
To kick things off, we're watching the 1997 Robert Zemeckis-directed adaptation of Contact (after our 5-star experience with Carl Sagan's 1985 novel on the Book Club.) And who better to help us do it than writer, director and friend of the pod, Rian Johnson! We chat about how the movie has aged since its release, differences between the novel and the film, the filmography of Robert "Bobby Z" Zemeckis, sourdough starters, user interfaces of '90s Hollywood, loudmouths in Hawaiian shirts, and so much more.
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These are...not optimistic times for most Americans. Across the world, the dangers of climate change and the terror of creeping authoritarianism present an increasing danger to all of us. After covering this degeneration for four years, Robert Evans went looking for hope. He found it in the unlikeliest of places: Northeast Syria, in a region known as Rojava that’s become host to a feminist, anti-authoritarian revolution.
When you’ve heard about these folks in the mainstream media, they’re usually just described as the “Syrian Kurds”, and credited with beating ISIS. They did, in fact, beat ISIS. But their military successes were just part of the story. In The Women’s War, Robert will introduce listeners to dozens of men and women fighting a war for the future of the human soul.
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A night caller asks and we deliver on covering the spring breakers and Disneyworld trippers who just wouldn’t stay home, as well as the too late response from Florida to prevent party rocking. Then a very special guest presents Dispatch From A Kid - Tess’s son Emmett! Emmett joins to tell us how kids feel about Corona and being off from school. More virus talk from the ladies leads into our penultimate week of Spring Break March, with The Real Cancun! The most 2003 movie of all time beloved by Werner Herzog, we look at why it failed where the Jersey Shore would succeed not too long after. Is any movie about thousands of people touching skin now a horror movie? Mayhaps! Molly tries to sell Tess and Emily on Summer House again and Emily counters with Terrace House. Come to Club Coco Bongo, with Night Call!

Footnotes:
Spring breakers in Florida ...During Coronavirus:

Disneyland closed:

"A petri dish":

Conspiracies about coronavirus:

Werner Herzog on The Real Cancun:
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103: Werner Herzog’s The Real Cancun , iHeartRadio
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Well our Spring Break theme month has taken a turn due to reality. But we will be here for you at Night Call, some of us calling in remotely, to keep taking your night calls. Pandemic talk leads to a condemnation of wellness grifters giving junk advice about Coronavirus and selling garbage dust. Then Emily has a serious q&a with a listener who responded to our call for doctors and medical professionals to give real advice about the crisis. But it’s still Spring Break March, so we tuck into the appropriately weird Stravinsky piece The Rite Of Spring and the riot-causing Nijinsky ballet. Also spring rituals from around the world and Molly’s Excellent French Canadian Spring Break.

Footnotes:
- Moon Juice coronavirus protocol
- *NIGHT CALL CANON!!!'
- Alison Roman caramelized shallot pasta
- The UCSF conference notes post, that Molly and Emily described and debunked, has been deleted since we recorded
- Rite of Spring
- Nicolas Roerich
- Circle Dance
- Dancing in the Streets
- Baba Marta Day
- Marzanna
- Maslenitsa (butter lady)
- Explore.org Animal Cams
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102: The Fright Of Spring, iHeartRadio
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Molly, Tess and Emily continue Spring Break March with a listener email about alternative spring breaks and community service tourism. Then it’s social media breaks and more Coronavirus panic, as we speculate how the festival economy and economic in general will be affected (spoiler: it’s not good!) Plus a testimony about successfully using CBD for animals. The main feature this week is Where The Boys Are, the 1960 beach romp that invented the modern spring break tradition and sex comedies too. Why does this movie from 1960 still feel so deeply modern? When will we get more movies about women taking trips? And where exactly are the boys? Find out on Night Call!
FOOTNOTES:

Ultra Music Festival canceled

UPDATE -- SXSW canceled (the day after we recorded)

TP shortage

Washing hands with cold water works as well as hot water

CBD pillows

First birth control pill

Invention of the teenager

Where the Boys Are invented spring break as we know it

George Hamilton

Forever Amber

The Group

Where The Boys Are trivia

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101: Where The Calls Are, iHeartRadio
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