Hello and Welcome to the new home of Funny Valentine Press, the home of Nostalgia Digest Magazine, the entertaining, educational quarterly magazine devoted to the “Golden Age” of radio, movies, music and television!
Please, make yourself comfortable and enjoy your visit…
'TIS THE SEASON FOR SUBSCRIBING By the way, we're pleased to announce that Nostalgia Digest is now in more than 600 stores in North America, including select Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, and Hastings Bookstores.
By the way, we're pleased to announce that Nostalgia Digest is now in more than 600 stores in North America, including select Barnes and Noble, Books-a-Million, and Hastings Bookstores.
A GRAND HOLIDAY TRADITION IN THE NEW NOSTALGIA DIGEST PODCAST
At the beginning of 2012, in response to many requests, the Nostalgia Digest Podcast made its debut at this site! Devoted to people, performers, topics and shows that have been featured in the pages of Nostalgia Digest magazine, the Nostalgia Digest podcast lets you take the fun and memories of the Digest anywhere you go! This month, our Nostalgia Digest Podcast takes a look at some of radio's African-American pioneers! All of our Podcasts are available as free downloads for 12 months; to download the February 2015 Podcast or to get our past Podcasts, click here or check us out at iTunes.
And if you missed our early Podcasts, you get the first two dozen Podcasts on compact disc. Our 2012 and 2013 CDs each contain 12 mp3 files, each one containing over nine hours of Golden Age memories-- and our new 2013 CD features conversations with Bob and Ray's Bob Elliott, award-winning comic book artist Alex Ross, comedian Robert Klein, and Jack Benny's daughter Joan, in addition to podcasts devoted to people, performers, topics and shows that we've featured within the pages of Nostalgia Digest--including Danny Kaye, Sherlock Holmes, The Great Gildersleeve, Henry Morgan, Kay Kyser, Yours Truly Johnny Dollar, science fiction on radio and much more! To get our Nostalgia Digest Podcast: 2013 CD, click here.
Over the last year, thousands of old-time radio fans have turned out to hear Nostalgia Digest publisher and Those Were the Days host Steve Darnall talk about the Golden Age of Radio, sharing some stories and sound clips from some of the era's most memorable stars and shows! We've had a wonderful time in 2014 talking about our favorite subject and we'll have more such engagements coming up in 2014. Hopefully we'll be in your neck of the woods before too long. (And if you'd like to book Steve Darnall to give a presentation to your group, click here).
A "FACE" FOR RADIO
If you're a member of the Facebook community, we invite you to join our Nostalgia Digest Facebook group. It's a chance to meet some like-minded listeners and get news, information, and pictures pertaining to Nostalgia Digest and our various radio shows Those Were the Days and Radio's Golden Age. We're at 1,200-plus members and counting, so you'll be in good company!
And be sure to follow us on Twitter as well!