Folly of the Week – O Captain! My Captain!

Each Friday, Andrew and friends will tell you about something that caught their attention this week – a song, a book, a video game. If you have suggestions for Folly of the Week, send it to us at inpraiseoffolly@gmail.com. In honor of the 4th of July, I wanted to include the text of one of my favorite poems. Written in 1865 by Walt Whitman, O Captain! My Captain! is a beautiful elegy for...

Folly of the Week – Je t’adore, je t’aime

Each Friday, Andrew and friends will tell you about something that caught their attention this week – a song, a book, a video game. If you have suggestions for Folly of the Week, send it to us at inpraiseoffolly@gmail.com. I was browsing through my music library yesterday, and got on a major Disney kick, jumping around between The Lion King, Mulan, even Winnie the Pooh. However, I think my...

Folly of the Week – Evoland

Each Friday, Andrew and friends will tell you about something that caught their attention this week – a song, a book, a video game. If you have suggestions for Folly of the Week, send it to us at inpraiseoffolly@gmail.com. My pick this week is a little game for PC called Evoland. I picked it up as part of the Steam Summer Sale for a few dollars, and absolutely fell in love with it. The original...

Folly of the Week – Rule the World

Each Friday, Andrew and friends will tell you about something that caught their attention this week – a song, a book, a video game. If you have suggestions for Folly of the Week, send it to us at inpraiseoffolly@gmail.com. Walk Off the Earth formed in 2006 and took to the internet with inventive covers of popular songs - there have been 166 million views of their cover of Gotye's Somebody...

Folly of the Week – Pop Culture Happy Hour

Each Friday, Andrew and friends will tell you about something that caught their attention this week - a song, a book, a video game. If you have suggestions for Folly of the Week, send it to us at inpraiseoffolly@gmail.com. Pop Culture Happy Hour is a podcast that was bred from the NPR site, Monkey See, who's 'about' page reads like this - Monkey See is all about pop culture, aspiring to be...