Today, The Times-Tribune and AccessNEPA.com launched their second podcast — Historically Hip. The podcast, hosted by Times’ Librarian Brian Fulton, will share with you interesting tales from Northeast Pennsylvania newspaper archives and today.
Our first episode deals with the Apollo 11 Mission and Chappaquiddick. Joining me on the inaugural episode is Caitlin Heaney West, a reporter and copy editor at The Times-Tribune and the content editor for our new entertainment news and features website, AccessNEPA.com.
During the course of the episode, Caitlin and I spoke about images, front pages and some other fun things. Here are those items –
Skylab and Wet Hot American Summer
You can read more and see more images from the set of “Wet Hot American Summer” at Camp Towanda in Honesdale – https://accessnepa.com/pages-from-the-past/summer-camp/
The books we would take to the moon –
Brian – Jules Verne’s From the Earth to the Moon (Google Books download)
Caitlin – Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (Google Books download)
You can read more about Mary Jo Kopechne and the events of that tragic day here:
Be sure to subscribe to Historically Hip and to our sister podcast, Hey Beautiful hosted by Gia Mazur, on your favorite podcast app or provider.
Brian Fulton has been the librarian at The Times-Tribune for the past 13 years. On his blog, Historically Hip, he writes about the great concerts, plays/musicals and celebrity happenings that have taken place throughout NEPA. He once won a chili cook-off with a kielbasa and three pepper chili, and he competed and was crowned grand champion on an episode of NPR quiz show “Ask Me Another.” Contact: email@example.com; 570-348-9140; or @TTPagesPast