Catch up on what happened last week at Place to Be Nation! With new material every day you may have missed something along the way. Here’s a recap of the last week at the only Place to Be in your Pop Culture World.
Desert Island Pop Culture Tournament
This week saw the gigantic Pop Culture tournament continue on, pitting 64 different iconic items against each other as the Nation looks to determine the essential item should you be stuck on a Desert Island for the rest of your life. You can vote on every first round matchup right here!
Marc Clair looked at the turbulent relationship between wrestling and politics.
Nick and Greg continued their Hard-Traveling Fanboys series with a look at the top origin stories.
Todd looked at Batman 66 and Satellite Sam.
Ben and the Staff counted down the greatest Money in the Bank winners.
The PTB Podcast reviewed the headlines and previewed Money in the Bank.
Our Vintage Vault Repost series continued with Wrestling Classic.
Andrew Riche talked about the elevation of the Money in the Bank PPV in the WWE landscape.
Chad Campbell and Graham Cawthon joined the boys to talk about the first half of 2013.
The PTB Podcast looked back at the 2000 Royal Rumble.
Matt Peddycord relives the historic July 6, 1998 WCW Nitro.
We cover every weekly wrestling TV show – Raw, Ring of Honor, NXT, Impact Wrestling and Smackdown.
Josh Richer discusses Celebrity Wife Swap and the reality of Reality TV.
Jen Engle talks about Surprising TV Deaths.
Neema Parvini starts his trek through Dr. Who.
Our What to Watch feature set the table for weekend TV viewing.
Jen & Justin continue to Miss the 90s with a look at Titanic.
Jeremy’s House of Horror opens its door to the Texas Chainsaw Massacre.
Place to Be Nation has your Weekend Playlist. Sit back and relax to these select music videos from Justin.
Listen to all your favorite podcasts right here at Place to Be Nation. This past week featured new episodes from the Place to Be Podcast, The Kings of Sport, Where the Big Boys Play, Off the Top Rope, Answering the Ten Count and We Found New Music.