“Pop Pilgrims” is a new video series from The Onion’s AV Club where they are traveling the country visiting pop culture landmarks – sites tied to tv shows, films, songs, books, etc. and then posting videos from their adventures. They visit one city each week and stop at three different pop-culture sites within the city. We are on our 5th city and have 7 more to go! Watch one and join our travels!

We started in Los Angeles and visited:

United Methodist Church from The Graduate and Wayne’s World – http://www.avclub.com/articles/los-angeles-the-graduate-church,56223/


Then we went to San Francisco:
After SF, Memphis was our next stop:

What’s a pop-culture road-trip without New Orleans?

St. Louis Cemetary – Set of Easy Rider’s acid freak-out – http://www.avclub.com/articles/new-orleans-st-louis-cemetery-set-of-easy-riders-a,57033/

Preservation Hall, keeping the history of jazz alive – http://www.avclub.com/articles/new-orleans-preservation-hall-keeping-the-history,57302/
This week, we’re in Austin and we still have 7 more cities to go!

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