This week, the ladies couldn't get together in person, but do get right into discussing the amazing legacy of noted mathematician, Hilda Geiringer and the inspirational military strides of Anna Der Vartanian.
This week, Miriam teases Lavetta about her George Michael obsession before diving into the glamorous and scandalous life of Italian socialite, Patrizia Reggiani and the incredible and mysterious life of biblical figure, Mary Magdalene.
This week, the ladies talk California fire hell before diving into the inspirational life of abolitionist/suffragette heroine, Matilda Joslyn Gage and the shady and prosperous life of designer, Coco Chanel.
This week, the ladies talk Oprah stalking and dream places to live before diving into the odd behavior of serial killer, Tillie Klimek and the heroic nature of Jewish resistance fighter, Vitka Kempner.
MIRIAM IS BACK! This week, the ladies discuss the non-transformative nature of motherhood and the hilarious SNL news sketch before diving into the life of ice cream pioneer, Nancy Johnson and the horrific crime of the "Torture Mom," Gertrude Baniszewski.
On this weeks ep, Lavetta is joined by Re'Becca Alston, host of the popular podcasts, "Crown Talk" and "The Aye Aye Meeting" to discuss the little known life of civil rights activist, Georgia Gilmore and the well-known life of the legendary Diahann Carroll.
This week, Lavetta is thrilled to be joined by guest co-host, Cathy Sackrison, from the Better With Sisters Podcast as they discuss the remarkable fortitude of the Mirabal Sisters and bravery of WWII hero, Nora Inayat Khan.
In this episode, Lavetta and Miriam REVISIT Vivian Cash, Tonya Harding and bond over the pop culture true crime favorite, "Snapped."
On this 100th episode, the ladies celebrate by talking 80s movies targeted to kids before talking about the notorious serial killer, Belle Gunness and the first female cop in the US, Alice Stebbins Wells.
This week, the ladies are back to dish on their reality show favorites and phones with long cords before diving into the heartwarming life of Jessica McClure aka "Baby Jessica" and the notorious groupie life of Pennie Lane Trumbull.
In this episode, the ladies gush over "Anne Of Green Gables" author, Lucy Maud Montgomery and try to understand the romantic notions of Eva Braun, Hitler's wife.
This week, the ladies talk staning for Bruce Lee and the Rock's movie muscles before diving into the life and career of Pearl Bailey and the life and self-promotion of Annie Lodonderry.
In this episode, the ladies talk evil clowns and upcoming movies before settling into the life of weight loss guru, Jean Nidetch and the post-scandal life of Iran-Contra figure, Fawn Hall.
In this episode, the ladies talk excitedly about Monica Lewinsky's latest project before diving into the illustrious career of novelist/activist, Toni Morrison and the incredible life of Utah pioneer and Mormon, Jane Elizabeth Manning James.
This week, the ladies tackle the inappropriate, yet hilarious legacy of looney tunes before jumping into the extraordinary life of poet Phillis Wheatley and the extraordinary crimes of Leonarda Cianciulli.
On this week's episode, the ladies talk about FB groups to help you stop being a racist before diving into the hilarious story surrounding Bertha Boronda's marriage and the tragic one ending the life of activist, Sadie Roberts Joseph.
In this episode, the ladies cackle over some of their favorite comedic performances before jumping into the amazing life and legacy of both martial arts pioneer, Ng Miu and #STEM goddess, Sally Ride.
In this episode, the ladies crack up over some of their favorite comedy bits; marvel at the heroic actions of peace activist, Hermine "Miep" Gies; and the the superstar qualities of baseball legend, Toni Stone.
In this episode, despite technical delays, the ladies gush over the new Mulan trailer and Aladdin before diving into the extraordinary life of Princess Salme and the remarkable life of filmmaker, Esther Eng.
Even though we've just wrapped #Pride month, we send the month out with a bang. On this week's episode, we discuss the obscure, yet important life of LGBT activist, Ernestine Eckstein; and the amazing post WWI work of sculptor, Anna Coleman Ladd.