Entertainment that won’t mess up your gauge.
Ten episodes of 1980s fun.
A great little movie. Sheep included.
Summer is the season for scary, but not too scary, movies. Popcorn and knitting are mandatory.
The New York Times has a really cool feature for knitters in search of the perfect streaming TV show: it’s called Watching.
Somebody’s dead: a compelling tale of Monterey moms.
MDK Dance Party! Eight videos to get you up offa that thing and dance ’til you feel better.
On YouTube, a wealth of knowledge on How Linen is Made.
Get your laugh on when Kristy Glass gets Gale Zucker talking about knitting, photographing, and who knows what else. Lordy!
Time-travel back to 1974, and share the laughs with the youngsters.
Fifty years later, Sgt. Pepper has been spiffed up. Terry Gross talks with the producer who took on this daunting task.
For Memorial Day, one of the most powerful documentaries ever: five famous Hollywood directors went to the battlefront in World War II.
A book, and an audio book, with 166 voices from the past.