Feb 16, 2021
In celebration of Black History Month, as a podcaster and having a father who was a radio/tv newsman, Kathy thought it apropos to showcase two women who were pioneers in the radio and tv industry.
On August 1, 1948, Mary Dee Dudley became the first black woman disc jockey on station WHOD in Homestead, Pennsylvania.
Nov 10, 2020
Do you remember BandAid, Styx and Oran "Juice" Jones? If not, Sheilani and Kathy take you down the rabbit hole of cheezy 80s music and deep dive into their lame song lyrics. Listen (or fast forward) to the end to hear Sheilani's musical surprise!
So, put those ear buds in, crank that car radio, or blast that boom box...
Oct 13, 2020
Kathy and Sheilani get deep and spooky when talking about Big Foot, UFOs, and other paranormal activities. Do you believe? Is the Truth Out There? Tune in and find out how crop circles are made and how sound frequency can alter your brainwaves.
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Jul 21, 2020
Have you been pissed off since the 2016 election? Kathy talks about activism, what it means to be an activist, and the sh*! show that the feds are creating in Portland, OR.
Jun 23, 2020
Punam Saxena, host of edu-ME podcast, sits down with Kathy to discuss her autobiography and how she's empowering parents to become partners in their child's education. Punam shares a few short stories from her autobiography including arranged Indian marriages and the traditions attached to them.
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