Culture Gabfest and Karina Longworth answers audience questions from their live show in Santa Monica.

So When Are You Supposed to Send Handwritten Notes Again?

So When Are You Supposed to Send Handwritten Notes Again?

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Oct. 20 2016 11:49 AM
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From Handwritten Notes to Classic Movies

The hosts take audience questions from their live show in Santa Monica.

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Culture Gabfest's Julia Turner, left, Dana Stevens, Stephen Metcalf

Photo illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker. Photo by Steve McFarland.

In the Slate Plus bonus segment of Wednesday’s edition of the Culture Gabfest, hosts Julia Turner and Dana Stevens are joined by You Must Remember This host Karina Longworth to field questions from the audience after their live show in Santa Monica, California.

What do the Gabfesters think about handwritten notes in the digital age, and when do the hosts insist on handwritten notes? And why is Julia reconsidering her own snail mail habits?

Also, in response to another audience question, the hosts discuss which old movies should be remade—and which ones shouldn’t.

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