In this episode, the ladies talk hilarious Thanksgiving crimes, family stabbings and possibly the first female serial killer in America, Lavinia Fisher.
In this episode, the ladies talk strategies for keeping the yeast monster away, the incredible life of the original Aunt Jemima and the remarkable life of Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
In this one year anniversary of the podcast, the ladies commemorate the milestone by discussing the state of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, laughing about some of their favorite episodes and sharing their hopes moving forward.
In this episode, the ladies talk the mechanics of a great pop song, the legendary "strong woman," Katie Sandwina and Notorious madame, Mattie Silks.
In this episode, the ladies talk lesbians and the male gaze, former Oakland Raiders CEO, Amy Trask and part 2 of the incomparable Imelda Marcos.
In this episode, the ladies talk Jared Kushner and Downton Abbey before jumping into the extraordinary life of former Philippine First Lady, Imelda Marcos (Part 1) and the legendary story of Mulan.
In this episode, the ladies talk about undercover jerks, Judith Shakespeare and the one and only Grace Jones!!! And yes, there will be "Steel Vagina" references.
In this episode, the ladies muse about the comedy in babies fighting raccoons, the legacy of DJ, journalist and music activist, Dyana Williams and the mystery of Shakespeare's wife, Anne Hathaway.
In this episode, the ladies talk ex-boyfriends with no plan, the fortitude of Cherokee Chief, Wilma Mankiller and the little known legacy of Sally Hemmings.
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.
Filling in for Miriam, special guest co-host, Rebecca Zahler sits down with Lavetta to discuss the "ticky-ness" of Azealia Banks, the promise of new "woke" princess, Meghan Markle and the antics of the "Queen Of Mean," Leona Helmsley.
In this episode, the ladies talk the benefits of gardening for the "oldish," the art and work of artist, L. Frank Manriques and the secret life of the Quaker and Klanswoman, Daisy Douglas Barr.
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 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 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 gush over teenage fantasy "man meat" from the 80s as they discuss the "gives no fucks" life of Indian "Bandit Queen," Phoolan Devi and the extraordinary story of the female Native American Chief known only as Woman Chief.