In this episode, Lavetta welcomes guest co-host, writer and podcaster, Rosalind Jackson into the "She Shed" to discuss First Lady, Melanie Trump and Debra Denise Brown, one of the few female convicted serial killers in America.
In this episode, the ladies discuss childhood crushes, marvel at the extraordinary work ethic of #MeToo founder, Tarana Burke and rave about the tenacity of Jeannette Pickering Rankin.
In this episode, the ladies illustrate the importance of playing nice with customer service, marvel at the success of singer, Johanna "Jenny" Lind and try and understand the rampage of notorious teenage shooter, Brenda Spencer.
In this episode, the ladies talk hometown hate, the remarkable life and contributions of crime writer, Michelle McNamara and the remarkable audacity of Inez Burns.
In this episode, the ladies bond on their love of Reno 911; gush over the work of pioneer animator, Lotte Reiniger and marvel at the ambition of "Pom Pom Mom," Wanda Holloway.
In this episode, the ladies discuss the (possible) dead body in Miriam's upstairs neighbor's living room, the bad ass tactics of St. Croix's Mary Thomas and the unapologetic "white privilege" actions of Peggy Shippen.
In this episode, Miriam and Lavetta talk doctors with bad teeth, the heroics of Native explorer, Marie Dorion and the playful figure eights of pioneer motorcyclist, Bessie Stringfield.
In this episode, the ladies do some "truth-telling" about the sweetness of children, the merits of Monica Lewinsky in the #MeToo movement and tell a cautionary tale of glamorous socialite, Barbara Daly Baekeland.
In this episode, the ladies find the humor in bad musicals, fan-girl over the amazing Italian physicist, Laura Maria Caterina Bassi and wonder at the resiliency of Tammy Faye Bakker.
In this episode, the ladies discuss why Stephen King is still the king of fiction; fan-girl over the life of Mary Fields (aka Stagecoach Mary) and Miriam shares a personal notorious tale of her beloved grandmother, Isabella Weiner Petzenbaum.
In this episode, the ladies discuss the joys of pop music, the antics of the outlaw, Laura Bullion, and the bloodlust of the cult leader, Magdalena Solis.
In this episode, the ladies squirm at the details of childbirth, continue "stanning" for anarchist, Emma Goldman and fall in love with the Ahosi of Dahomey, a regiment of real life Amazons.
In this episode, the ladies diss superhero movies with too many senseless explosions, cheer the resiliency of activist, Afeni Shakur and marvel at the lady cajones of anarchist, Emma Goldman (Part 1).
In this episode, the ladies talk with actor, writer and producer Margaret Champagne. Sit back and laugh with the ladies as they bond over bad effects in D-movies, Sharknado and the antics of notorious black widow, Blanche Kiser Taylor Moore.
In this episode, the ladies bemoan flu season, gush over "Anne Of Green Gables" author, Lucy Maud Montgomery and try to understand the romantic notions of Eva Braun, Hitler's wife.
In this episode, the ladies cheer on the resiliency of notorious battered wife, Francine Hughes and get excited (Lavetta especially) about the rampage of Afghani serial killer, Shirin Gul.
In this episode, Lavetta and Miriam chat with actor, writer and improviser, Julie Brister about her journey from a small town in Texas, rubbing shoulders with Billy Bob Thornton and, of course, her favorite notorious woman, killer Sante Kimes.
In this episode, the ladies swoon over nerdy boys, discuss the persistence of activist, Najia Nasim and the bravery of Oprah inspiration, Recy Taylor. Links: https://www.womenforafghanwomen.org and https://www.therapeofrecytaylor.com
In this episode, the ladies do something a little different. They interview Jenetha Philbert, an awesome actress - who happens to be a practicing attorney - about her career and, of course, her favorite Notorious Woman, temperance leader, Carry Nation.