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NOSTALGIA DIGEST
aka "Nostalgia Newsletter"


- First issue: 1974
- The "Golden Age" of radio, television, movies, and music.
- From 1974 to 1983 was titled "Nostalgia Newsletter".
- Website: www.nostalgiadigest.com

Quarterly
Magazine
from
Chicago
United States
Last updated:
7 October 2017

Special thanks for this page goes to:
Garry Malvern
Scott Matheson
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222 listed issue(s)

Autumn 2017



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Winter 2017



Autumn 2016



Summer 2016



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Winter 2016



Summer 2015



Spring 2015



Winter 2014



Autumn 2014



Summer 2014



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Winter 2014



Autumn 2013



Summer 2013



Spring 2013

The long road that took RED SKELTON from Indiana to Hollywood
How the HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN made it to the big screen
RALPH EDWARDS: This Is Your Life
The golden age of Hollywood Swashbucklers
ANNIE OAKLEY on television
Our NECROLOGY FOR 2012
The votes are in: Find out what radio shows Those Were the Days listeners voted as their favorites
A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age
You'll also find memories of a child actress; HUGH DOWNS recalls his radio career; more!


Winter 2013

PHIL HARRIS & ALICE FAYE and radio's wildest family comedy; a fanciful look at superhero movies; BOBBY BENSON, King of the kid cowboys; the career of RAY MILLAND; pulp-fiction detectives; a few moments with PATTY McCORMACK; more!


Autumn 2012



Summer 2012



Spring 2012

Features articles on Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour and Bob Hope Hit the Road!; Walt Disney's Lady and the Tramp; A Few Moments with Dick Van Patten; Little Orphan Annie; Have Gun, Will Travel and Much More!!!


Winter 2012

Features articles on Norman Corwin; Bob Elliott; Jack Benny & Mary Livingstone and Much More!!!


Autumn 2011

Bela Lugosi
Abbott And Costello
Jane Powell
The Whistler
... and more!


Summer 2011

LUCILLE BALL and the series that changed television forever
A fine romance: The magical partnership of FRED ASTAIRE and GINGER ROGERS
The strange romance of THE BICKERSONS
The man with action-packed expense account: YOURS TRULY, JOHNNY DOLLAR
The year that sportscaster TED HUSING went Hollywood
Remembering The Saturday Evening Post
Actress JANET WALDO recalls working with Bing Crosby and Ozzie Nelson--and the time her radio career got her in trouble with the law
A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age
You'll also find memories of drive-in theaters, an important family vacation, and much more!


Spring 2011



Winter 2011

GROUCHO MARX, You Bet Your Life, and how a radio legend found his niche in radio.
DOROTHY LAMOUR, the elevator operator turned Sarong Girl.
The early days of THE SHADOW on radio.
Holy phenomenon! The story of BATMAN on television.
The life of SANDRA VINCENT, creator of the award-winning serial Against the Storm.
Actress PEGGY WEBBER talks about her radio roots.
A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age.
You'll also find memories of going to the movies in the 1950s, spending a day in the desert with TONY CURTIS, and much more!


Autumn 2010

Saturday Night Live veteran Laraine Newman remembers making her debut alongside ART LINKLETTER.
How the THREE STOOGES struck Hollywood's first blow against the Axis.
The history of A Christmas Carol on radio.
The songs of CHARLES LINDBERGH (well, the songs about Charles Lindbergh).
Chicago, as seen in the movies.
The Golden Age of science-fiction.
A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age.
You'll also find memories of live broadcasts that went wrong (written by Chicago broadcaster JACK TAYLOR), what happened when one girl went looking for the little people in the radio, and much more!


Summer 2010

- The Quiz Kids
- Larry Gelbart's Radio Days
- Back To The Beach - swimsuit issue!

PLUS: Those Were The Days ... and more!


Spring 2010

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We celebrate the 40th anniversary of THOSE WERE THE DAYS
  • A conversation with NORMAN CORWIN, as radio's greatest poet turns 100!
  • An excerpt from Mr. Corwin's new book, One World Flight:The Lost Journal of Radio's Greatest Writer
  • The early years of BOB & RAY
  • SANDY DVORE, the Chicago artist who "went Hollywood"
  • Meet CHARLES STEINMETZ, the man whose life was "current"
  • A complete listing for Steve Darnall's Those Were The Days and Radio's Golden Age
  • You'll also find one man's memories of how radio offered him a cocoon and a chance--plus a look at baseball's one-armed outfielder, our Necrology for 2009, and much more!


  • Winter 2010



    Autumn 2009

    - The Dick Van Dyke Show
    - Space Age Pop
    - Nero Wolf

    PLUS: Those Were The Days ... and more!


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    Spring 2009



    Summer 2007



    Summer 2006



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    February-March 2002


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