This Week on batteryPOP - April 7, 2014

Monday, April 07 2014 @ 11:24 AM

This Week on batteryPOP - April 7, 2014

New Series: MISS PERSONA AND THE MARVELOUS MELODIES

Singing and dancing! Talking recycling bins! A message of making this world a better place! Yes, Miss Persona brings her larger than life, um, persona, to batteryPOP in this exciting new series that’s all about healthy living and helping make our planet a better place for everyone.  After all, April is Earth Month!

You can meet Miss Persona HERE!

Popping This Week: SOME STRINGS ATTACHED

Marionette artist Ramona Jan is back with a new episode from her beautiful puppet series Some Strings Attached, and this time, the audience is part of the story! The new episode is called Lacy. And we also have an exclusive interview coming up with Ramona herself!

You can watch Some Strings Attached HERE

 

Short of the Week: CIRCUIT BREAKER

Action packed science fiction that will keep you at the edge of your seat! This laser powered animated adventure about a boy and his robot bug flying machine is exactly the kind of cartoon short we love on batteryPOP. Tons of energy!

Click HERE to watch Circuit Breaker! 

 

User of the Week: ROCKINPUPPY

RockinPuppy is 11 years old and a big fan of Rainbow Loom videos. We bet she’s got an amazing collection at home, and hopefully it’s getting amazing-er thanks to batteryPOP! Are you following her yet? Go for it! She totally ROCKS!

 

KIDS NEWS OF THE WEEK

Star Wars episode VII is IN PRODUCTION! Sure, the movie doesn’t come until NEXT YEAR’s holiday season (as in 2015…a long time to go and far, far away) but the fact that the cameras are finally rolling is super exciting. May the force be with the cast and crew!

 

THIS WEEK’S TRIVIA

Here’s some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle trivia for you. When news reporter April O’Neill first appeared in the TMNT comics, she had a different profession. What was April’s original job?

 

LAST WEEK’S TRIVIA

QUESTION: Which U.S. President is supposedly the person who started the Seventh Inning Stretch tradition?

 

ANSWER: William Howard Taft, who stood up to stretch his legs way back in 1910. The whole crowd stood up out of respect! (We don’t know if this is 100% true, but it’s the way the story goes!)

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