It’s a brand new episode of The Leftscape.
This week on The Leftscape, Mary McGinley speaks with historian and performer Carol Simon Levin.
This week, The Leftscape takes an unexpected vacation from political news to catch up on a personal update as Mary McGinley, Wendy Sheridan, and Robin Renée talk about Mary’s Labor Day Weekend mishap.
This week on The Leftscape, Mary McGinley sits down with her good friend and fellow activist Peggy Farrelly, Program Director of the Psychology and Counseling Department at Seton Hall and the President of … Continue reading The Leftscape Podcast: ‘NOW and the Future (Episode 14)’
Can feminists of differing ages and cultures understand one another? Where are the disconnects? What can we learn from each other? Who tends to shy away from identifying with the “f” word, and who embraces it?
There is perhaps no more relatable character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe than Jessica Jones. Expectations for the second season of Netflix’s series have been high. Thankfully, it does not disappoint.
If you’re looking to get a unique gift for that special person (or people) in your life, check out these ten badass women artists who are redefining what it means … Continue reading Holiday Gift Guide 2017: Here’s To Badass Women Artists
Following in the footsteps of Kang the Conqueror, Jonathan Hickman’s Reed Richards, and Rick Sanchez of Rick and Morty, this episode of The Flash features a multiversal meeting of multiple … Continue reading The Flash S04 E06: ‘When Harry Met Harry…’
“Ninety percent of everything is crud.” – Theodore Sturgeon Hello, and welcome to another installment of “The Ten Percent,” a regular column where every other week K. Dale Koontz and … Continue reading The Ten Percent: Wonder Woman, 1941 – 2016
I love film sagas. I call them escape films because with film franchises like Twilight, Harry Potter, The Maze Runner, and The Hunger Games, my female friends and I can … Continue reading The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2