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Your Gal Friday Episodes Featuring Amazing Women of Black History

Geniuses, trailblazers, inventors, and freedom fighters. These gals stories are intertwined throughout the rich history of the world and we are celebrating and shining a spotlight on women of Black History. Your Gal Friday is our student-friendly podcast showcases a gal in our galaxy that we can all learn from. Winner of 2017 Indy Pop Con Best […]

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Recap of Season 1 – Your Gal Friday

We recap the 19 gals we’ve covered on the show;  provide more insights we learned after the show was released, behind the scenes, our favorite bits, listener feedback and plans for the future. Recap season 1 in about 3 minutes. CLICK HERE FOR THE FULL PODCAST EPISODE IN AN AUDIO PLAYER ON YOUR COMPUTER/DEVICE. OR THE […]

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Halloween Costumes Inspired by Your Gal Friday

We’re super proud of our newest podcast addition to Gal’s Guide. Launched in 2017, Your Gal Friday has released remarkable episodes about gals of history. The show continues to grow fans, listeners and even an award for Best Family Podcast. So we thought why not celebrate the legacy of these gals a little more by […]

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6 Drunk (Her)story Worth Seeing

As you may know, Drunk History is a hilarious yet informative show on Comedy Central. Starting as a web series in 2007, the premise of the show is that your story teller is very drunk but they are telling you about a true moment in history. The reenactments incorporate the drunk storyteller foibles and the […]

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Ella Fitzgerald – Your Gal Friday

Today we are talking about a gal who is one of the top Jazz singers in history. Named the “First lady of song” she won 13 Grammys and sold more than 40 million albums. She sang songs from the Great American Songbook and made them her own. Ira Gershwin once said “I never knew how […]