1980s News: Field of Dreams, Batman Villains, Ke Huy Quan

Recorded before a live Facebook (and YouTube) audience, Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 1980s news including: Brent Spiner returns to Night Court Did Robert Downey, Jr. snub 80s favorite Ke Huy Quan? Twins star reunite to fight Batman Field of Dreams lampooned and Kevin Costner reacts Are teens afraid of nuclear war? Subscribe to our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/@1980snow Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/1980snow. Become

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Chilean Star Wars, Superman and More

Recorded before a live Facebook (and YouTube) audience, Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 1980s news including: 03:12 – Hulk Hogan saved someone 11:40 – Chilean Star Wars rules galaxy 23:10 – Anthony Daniels is selling C3PO stuff 28:15 – Macabre “Beatles collectible” not auctioned 34:40 – A favorite GenX treat has been discontinued 46:10 – Indiana Jones limited to Xbox 57:00 – Superman filming

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Forever 80s with Liz Worth

Will chats with author and podcaster Liz Worth (host of “Forever 80s Podcast”) about her quest to uncover our continued fascination with the 1980s. Become a patron at http://www.patreon.com/1980snow. Email us at will@1980snow.com or kat@1980snow.com. Listen to “Forever 80s Podcast” here. Get “Treat Me Like Dirt” here. Learn more about Liz here.

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80s Music and Your Memory

Recorded before a live Facebook (and YouTube) audience, Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 1980s news including: Sony acquires the “Cola Wars” movie Did Road House reboot use AI? Wonka event makes children cry Then, we discuss the power (and science) of music to transport us back to moments from our youths. And we share songs to try and evoke your memories. Which songs take

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GenX and “Distraction” Media

Recorded before a live Facebook (and YouTube) audience, Will, Kat and Jon discuss current 1980s news including: David Lee Roth prodded Sammy Hagar Salem’s Lot may never see daylight Draft Star Wars script sold at auction Then, we discuss the current (and potential future) state of media and ask whether the 1980s was part of that evolution. Finally, they give away a collectible thanks to

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The Mighty 690 with Alexander Hamilton Cherin

Will chats with author Alexander Hamilton Cherin about his new novel “The Mighty Six-Ninety (690).” It’s a fictionalized account of actual events that transpired in Southern California during the Summer of 1981. A struggling AM radio station buried $50,000 in cash and gave its listeners clues as to its location, one a day, until the money was found. Set against the backdrop of a California

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