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Nancy Meyers

Katie finishes up Filmmaker Month and stumps Leah! Learn all about the director who brought us, Private Benjamin, Baby Boom, Something’s Gotta Give and more!   Images About The Gal’s Guide Podcast What if you could only share 1 cool thing about a topic? Would it be about ancient history? Would it be breaking news? Would […]

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Penny Marshall

Leah shares her love and film director Penny Marshall. Director of “A League of Their Own”, “Big” “Jumping Jack Flash” and more. Learn just how movie geek Leah is and why Penny Marshall is such an inspiration to her.  Images About The Gal’s Guide Podcast What if you could only share 1 cool thing about […]

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Margaret Booth

We’re back! We’ll explain the delay.  Bonnie kicks off Filmmaker Gals month with an editor who started with D.W. Griffith and ended with Annie (1982). She lived to be 104!! Wow did she see film change and you bet she was a strong part of it!  Images About The Gal’s Guide Podcast What if you […]

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Book Signing with Helen & Elizabeth Davis

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome a mother-daughter writing team for a special book signing! Helen Davis (Da Mama) and Elizabeth Davis (Da Baby) are the owners of Dead Fish Books. They are so cute – they give out Swedish Fish candy at their booths! Da Mama and Da Baby will be signing copies of […]

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Come at me, bro!

by Barb Conlin “Gal’s Guide Library, the first women’s history lending library in the US – right here in Noblesville!” I can’t imagine how many times I say that when I am greeting guests at the library or explaining who we are at a farmer’s market or street festival.  It is one of my standard […]

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Walking Club

Launching Sept 17 The official launch of Walking Club shall be Saturday, September 17th at 9am in the courtyard at the Nickel Plate Arts campus. For starters we’ll begin with a one-hour light walk around Noblesville city, the exact route to be determined. Bring water, suntan lotion, and rain gear. The Gal’s Guide walking club […]

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Glitter For Your Soul

For my birthday last year, a girlfriend treated me to the Cake Bake Shop. For those of you who’ve been there, you know that this restaurant is an over the top culinary experience that tickles your senses – all of them! The visit was filled with yummy food, delicious drinks, crystal and marble and unicorns […]

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Book Signing with E. Chris Garrison

Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome science fiction author, E. Chris Garrison. Set in a wizard school for the rest of us, Trans Witch is a perfect tale to highlight as Gal’s Guide celebrates everything witches in October! Come support this amazing local author! Saturday October 15, 2022 2pm – 4pm Gal’s Guide Library 107 […]

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Women of Agents of SHIELD

Kami finishes up Marvel Gal’s Month with her 3 favorite women of “Agents of SHEILD” and a plea to Kevin Fiege. There is also a lot of talk about our 3rd favorite dinosaur. Show Notes & Extras Favorite Marvel character A Marvel character you can’t stand Who would win in a battle between Scarlet Witch and […]

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Victoria Alonso

Her name is on every Marvel movie since Ironman, get to know the extremely awesome, Victoria Alonso! Show Notes & Extras Produced every Marvel movie since Ironman What’s a producer? GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Film for the Eternals Victoria’s origin story Whiskey & Sunshine Article IMDB Marvel Wiki AP interview about being the most […]