Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from us! It’s our tradition to put Mrs. Claus at the top of your podcast queue each year, and we also add a little bit to the episode…it’s almost like an audio time capsule!
If there are little ears in the room, you may want to preview this episode and prepare yourself for questions…or t skip them altogether, you have enough on your plate!
For photos, video, and a recap, please visit our shownotes here: MRS. CLAUS
Inspired by her new tattoo (and challenged by another podcaster) Beckett explores the history of tattoos in women (mostly of North America and Europe, but there’s a history of the art itself, too.) (more…)
We put themed music at the end of each episode – “dessert,” if you will. In the spirit of this holiday season, where we give ourselves the joy of eating dessert first, we’d like to highlight the artists whose work has enhanced ours over the past few years.
This episode would make delightful background music to your holiday activities (or commute, or walk…whenever you listen!)
For a more expanded soundtrack, head on over to Spotify for a playlist of songs from the three music episodes we’ve done over the years! SPOTIFY PLAYLIST!
Fannie Farmer circa 1900, around the time that she started her own school.
For a woman who taught generations of people to cook…she’s often forgotten. But this cook, teacher, administrator, author, and businesswoman has a lot to teach all of us, and not just about cooking! (more…)
The only original painting of her disappeared, this is a copy of that painting done when she was about 25.
Happy Halloween! This woman’s life story is the greatest (and definitely the creepiest) mystery we’ve ever discussed! Elizabeth Báthory: Cold, blooded serial killer, or misrepresented and framed, innocent noble? Maybe both? That’s what made her story so fascinating to so many people for so many years! The truth may never be realized, but even if it is, it’s so much fun to speculate about it, and perfect for Halloween!
Snag all the good candy from anyone’s bucket and settle in for a spooky tale that left us with one solid realization: We don’t care for the gore–there is a huge Little Ears warning on this one!
Time Travel With The History Chicks
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