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Welcome to the Empire Tonight Podcast! Your new favorite spot for the best discussions and exchanges! Join Empire Tonight founders, E Scott Lindner and Emilio Savone, as they welcome New York City's most talented to examine the inspiration and motivation behind their careers. Scott, Emilio, and company cover everything from their business methods and practices to the personal characteristics and elements that influence success. Common guests include the very popular Kate Wolff, Brian McDanie ...
 
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Perhaps you’re one of many who feel a sense of dread and grief as Mother's Day nears. These feelings may be related to the attachment injury Kelly McDaniel, LPC has termed “Mother Hunger.” It’s a term that helps women name the unspeakable pain that emerges from early childhood trauma and it’s lasting impact. Kelly McDaniel, LPC returns to the podca…
 
This week we’re doing things a little bit different than usual. Kat had a rough go over the last week and ended up in the hospital for a bit. She’s back home now but she’s busy resting up so we’re going to rerelase one of our £10+ Patreon bonus episodes to everyone this week so she can keep recuperating. Currently our £10+ patrons are just our moms…
 
The events of April 20th, 1999 shaped our nation and altered the American narrative. One of America’s deadliest school shootings took place in a small town in Colorado, leaving thirteen dead and another twenty-one severely injured. And it was all broadcast over national tv for the nation to see. The second season of Confronting takes on one of the …
 
For most of us the lottery is just a pipe dream. But for Jerry and Marge Selbee the lottery wasn’t just a dream, it was a career: they won millions using math. Get ready for an amazing story of two high-school-sweetheart-retirees making the kind of money most of us only dream about! And since this isn't exactly the story of a crime, let us know wha…
 
Russell David Tillis was described by residents of Bowden Circle East in Jacksonville Florida, as “the neighbor from hell.” Since taking over his parent's already dilapidated home, Russell set to work transforming the property into a ramshackle fortress, guarded with a makeshift privacy fence lined with razor blades and hidden booby-traps throughou…
 
Our society is constructed to benefit White people, whether they're conscious of it or not. The “norm” we’ve inherited centers an oppressive and privileging system when it comes to equity and power. And it plays out in relationships... In this episode, Francesca Maximé joins us to explore how interracial partners can embody anti-racism in their rel…
 
The kidnapping of June Robles rocked the nation in 1934. The six-year-old from Tuscon, Arizona was abducted on her way home from school one afternoon and held for ransom. Her kidnappers and whereabouts remained unknown for weeks. And then a strange tip led to a huge break in the case. This unique kidnapping story has a happy ending, but still remai…
 
A woman named Becki is lounging by the pool at the Fontainebleau Hotel when she decides to proposition a strapping pool attendant. Go on a date with her...and her husband. What begins as an unconventional proposition will soon throw them all into the international spotlight. And that’s because the couple is none other than Jerry Falwell Jr. and his…
 
In 1954 Marilyn Reese Sheppard was brutally murdered in her home in Bay Village, Ohio an upscale suburb of Cleveland. If you take the media’s word for it, her killer was none other than her husband, Sam Sheppard. But the case isn’t as simple as it seems, and even three trials spanning 50 years weren’t able to come to a definite conclusion. This wee…
 
When 25 year old Josefina Rivera stepped into a white Cadillac on the evening of November 26th, 1986, it set in motion the first of a series of sinister events that would shock Philadelphia to its core. In this terrifying case, you’ll hear about six courageous young women and the horrors they endured in their desperate bid to stay alive. Music Cred…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: The always charismatic Alex Lifeson of Rush shares some insight on the song “Limelight” and how an extremely cold winter helped the band record one of their biggest hits. Myles Goodwyn of April Wine gives us an amazing math lesson about their song “Roller”. Raine Maida of Our Lady Peace had a…
 
We're back with another Scottish case! This time we're talking about the Salisbury Crags Murder from 1970s Edinburgh. In late September 1972, 21-year-old Ernest Dumoulin and his 18-year-old German fiance Helga Konrad eloped to Scotland. Despite not having Helga's parents' permission to marry, the two seemed like every other young couple in love. Bu…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Howard Jones had an encounter with a fan about the song “Things Can Only Get Better” that left him with a memory and moment, he’ll never forget. Sam Reid and Alan Frew of Glass Tiger shed some light on the Glass Tiger song “Thin Red Line” and how they used movie clips to elevate the song. Bar…
 
We've come to our last spooky crime to round out our month of ghostly episodes! Today we're taking on one of the oldest cases we've ever covered, going all the way back to 1662. Listen in as we look at the haunting of Isabell Binnington, what little information has survived the sands of time, and what her story says about the history of England! Al…
 
Usually when we think about the possibility of an intruder entering our home with the intention of bringing us harm, we think of a stranger. Someone we don't know. But what happens when the intruder is someone from within? In the picturesque neighbourhood of Carrollwood, Florida, Vicki Robinson finds herself caught in what became every parent's wor…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Producer, singer and songwriter Midge Ure tells us the story of how “Do They Know It’s Christmas” came to be along with the challenges of recording it with so many stars. Taylor Dayne shares her story of very humble beginnings and the support from her family to help her dream come true. Gord …
 
This week we take a hard right turn into the realm of Vampires! In 1890s Rhode Island, Mercy Brown's death and her brother's mysterious illness sparked a whole town's belief in vampires. This week we uncover the truth behind this supernatural panic, dabble in some interesting medical history, and talk about this case's lasting impact on popular cul…
 
This week we have another murder with a spectral twist. The story of the Greenbriar Ghost has it all: murder, secrets, people named after fish, high collared dresses, and oh yeah, a ghost leading everyone to her killer. In 1890s West Virginia the ghost of Elva Zone Heaster popped up to say she'd been murdered and figured heavily in the killer's tri…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Steve Earle destroys every pre-conceived notion we had about the bagpipes intro of his song “Copperhead Road”. Gowan takes a few minutes to explain his song “Strange Animal” and how a certain Beatle popped by the recording studio to give a thumbs up for the cowbells in the song. Neil Chapman …
 
My colleagues Jules and Vickey and I just launched a new podcast and I am super excited to share it with you, so I'm sharing it here!! In this trailer, we're sharing the story of how we met, how we've come to work together, how this podcast came to be, and what you can expect in future episodes. We're calling this podcast Why Does My Partner (or Wh…
 
In 1989, 26-year-old Monika Beerle headed to New York City in hopes of fulfilling her dream of becoming a dance instructor. As she searched for affordable housing she met an eccentric pot dealer named Daniel Rakowitz who offered to share his apartment with her. She had no idea that the laid-back hippie who served food to the homeless wasn’t the pus…
 
This week we kick off a month of spooky true crime content with the story of the Hammersmith Ghost! This ghost hunt in 1803 London ended with murder. And the repercussions from that case were still being felt in English law over 180 years later. This one was super fun to record and even gave us a new merch design idea so be sure to stay tuned for t…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Tom Cochrane goes into detail about his song “Lunatic Fringe” and why the song and album had to be totally re-recorded after 9 months of hard work. Andy Kim tells us how long it took to write his song “Sugar Sugar” and his cassette player made every song a hit song. Metal Queen, Lee Aaron sha…
 
Today’s guest, Dr. Rick Butts, cofounded the Healing Our Core Issues Institute (HOCII). We discuss how the nature of the child —to be imperfect and human— is linked to how we humans come to know ourselves as we mature. We explore the woundings, teachings and adaptations that shape us in our formative years and become how we present in the world. An…
 
This week we're heading back to 1860 for another historic murder case! We're talking about the case of Constance Kent. This one is filled with jealousy, class disputes, early policing and a smattering of religion thrown in for good measure. If you'd like a monthly roundup of what we're up to you can sign up for our newsletter! And be sure to check …
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Ed Robertson and Tyler Stewart of the Barenaked Ladies do a deep dive into their song “If I Had A $1,000,000” and reveal how many original versions actually exist! Paul Humphry and Chris Wardman of Blue Peter explain how they managed to save a pile of cash to record their song “Radio Silence”…
 
In Pensacola Florida, 2017, 33 year old Taylor Wright was a newly divorced young mom struggling to rebuild her life. As Taylor dealt with exhausting custody proceedings, she decided to reach out to a good friend for help. She could never have imagined that one of the people she’d grown to trust the most would deceive her in the worst possible way. …
 
We are back with part 2 of our take on notorious serial killer HH Holmes. Last week we told you about his early life and crimes and this week we take a closer look at what happened next. We discuss the infamous "Murder Castle" which may not have been as sinister as it was made out to be. We pick apart how the press at the time kept upping Holmes' b…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Lou Gramm, former Foreigner frontman talks about his solo hit “Midnight Blue” and how lyrical inspiration came from wise words a family member used to say. Bryan Potvin and Don Schmid of The Northern Pikes sat down to shed some light on their song “She Ain’t Pretty” and how simplicity worked …
 
This week we're celebrating one whole year since we started the podcast! For this very exciting occasion we decided to dive into a case we've been wanting to cover for a while: Chicago's devil, H.H. Holmes. In part one of this two part episode we cover Holmes's early life, his endless schemes, how he ended up in Chicago, the construction of his inf…
 
Dropping the needle in this episode of Behind The Vinyl: Darryl McDaniels of Run D.M.C. is a master storyteller! Darryl not only sheds light on the making of their biggest hit “Walk This Way” he wraps it up with an amazing lesson we can all benefit from. Rich Dodson of The Stampeders explains how the plucky sound of their song “Sweet City Woman” wa…
 
On the morning of August 6th, 2004, a local painter stopped by a Deltona, Florida home to pick up his two friends for work. After knocking several times with no answer, the door suddenly popped open revealing a scene straight out of a horror film. Hours later, the community learned of a massacre that became the area’s bloodiest and more horrific ma…
 
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