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Elizabeth Gray Vining

Season 5’s Library Gals continues with the Gal Pals talking about real life unicorns, librarians. with guest Amy Dalton. Amy’s second choice? Elizabeth Gray Vining, who tutored the Japanese royal family post-World War II. Show Notes & Extras Images About The Gal’s Guide Podcast What if you could only share 1 cool thing about a […]

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Dutch Assassins

“Stuffs gonna happen” just might be our new motto of the show. After finding out what music the gal pals find revolutionary Lisa follows the advice of her bartender and reads “Seducing and Killing Nazi’s” and tells us the amazing story of three Dutch teenagers, Hannie, Freddie, and Truus who did their part for the […]

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Josephine Baker and her pet cheetah

This week the gal-pals talk about the mythic creature Josephine Baker. Josephine was a burlesque performer, a French spy, and a civil rights advocate who stood up to the KKK. She also walked her pet cheetah down the streets of Paris, had a goat in her dressing room and a pig living in her night […]

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Julia Child – Your Gal Friday

Today we are talking about a gal called “our lady of the ladle” She peppered our TV screens from her kitchen and reached ours. She added spice to our lives and french flavors to our cooking. This a-steamed gal, cooked her way into our hearts for generations. Today we’re going to let the cooking puns […]