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Notorious Narratives

Dec 11, 2018

The Voodoo Queen of New Orleans, Marie Laveau was beautiful, charismatic; but most importantly quite powerful. At a time in history where women were not typically in positions of control, Marie held sway over the New Orleans elite. But was it magic, voodoo or something far more sinister? In this episode, Jen introduces...


Dec 4, 2018

If you are anything like us, you have always been fascinated by the unknown and unsolved mysteries. One of our favorites are the moai of Easter Island. In this episode, Robin gets down to business and does the homework, discussing the history of Easter Island and those big stone heads it is so well known for. You will...


Nov 27, 2018

The idea of leprosy may evoke feelings of fear; fear of contagion, fear of outbreak. Though for most this idea is far removed, the stuff of history. But on the beautiful windswept shore of the island of Molokai, in Hawaii this history is part of the very foundation. It was here that nearly 8,000 men, women and children...


Nov 22, 2018

In this special extra episode Jen and Robin talk about the REAL history of the American holiday of Thanksgiving. Also, Robin shares some of her favorite fun facts about the holiday and the foods that are traditionally eaten. 


Nov 20, 2018

As the holidays approach we start to think of all those special foods that are served and our family celebrations, like mom's sweet potatoes or grandma's apple pie. But what if your dad's goal is to eat every animal on earth? Well, that means you might have a more exotic palate than most. Instead of avocado toast it is...