In the Season 3 premiere, sisters Alison and Amanda are itchy to
reconnect after their Disney Cruise and then find some relief and
resolution after chatting with Alabama Jewish lawyer Richard
Sis & Tell, voted "Best Podcast" for Creative
Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2017, is a weekly podcast hosted by
sisters Alison Goldstein Lebovitz from PBS' The A List and comedian
Amanda Goldstein Marks.
About the Podcast
A half-hour weekly podcast hosted by two sisters, TV personality Alison Goldstein Lebovitz and stand-up comedian Amanda Goldstein Marks, where Jewish humor meets southern charm.
Sis & Tell was voted "Best Podcast" finalist for Creative Loafing's Best of Atlanta 2018 and is best defined by its tagline, “A whole lotta talk, about a whole lotta nothin’.”
Alison Goldstein Lebovitz is never at a loss for words and luckily has been able to make a living off her gift for gab. She is the host of The A List with Alison Lebovitz, a half-hour television show for PBS, and the author of Am I There Yet? a collection of her candid essays and life-inspired stories. Alison also combines her penchant for humor with her passion for storytelling to deliver motivational talks across North America, and has been honored to serve as a TedX speaker, coach and emcee. In her spare time she runs a nonprofit called One Clip at a Time, plays tennis (because it's cheaper than therapy) and binge watches shows on Netflix. She and her husband have three boys and live in Chattanooga, Tennessee. www.alisonlebovitz.com
Not your typical anything, Amanda Goldstein Marks can turn the minuscule or mundane into a monumentally funny shtick. She is a quirky and endearing stand-up comedian, actress, content creator, and super (tired) mom. Amanda performs stand-up comedy, emcees events throughout the country, and is a featured comedian on The Brisket Belt Comedy Show touring the Southeast and New York. She has opened for comedian Judy Gold at The City Winery. Amanda also has a branding and marketing background working with brands such as Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Oracle. When Amanda isn't doing comedy, you can find her hosting her web series, Mom Cam in the Minivan, where she is often rapping the Beastie Boys, or creating a seven-course meal from the snack items she finds on the floorboards. She and her husband live with their three kids in Decatur, Georgia. www.mallofamanda.com