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In a culture obsessed with winning, "American Loser" is the podcast that puts the spotlight firmly on second place. Comedian KP Burke and his handsome Father dive head first into the true stories of the biggest losers in American History. Our theme song is "American Loser" by the supremely talented Robert Rolfe Feddersen. All episodes recorded at A Shared Universe Podcast Studio in Eatontown, New Jersey
 
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It started with a post to the UFOs Above Canada discussion group on facebook… “Im wondering if there are any people living in Kingston, Ontario. Since December 3, 2020 we have been taking pictures of crafts over our house. Up to 22 craft at once. I also have pics of craft with hatches open and small orbs flying out of them. We are 2 older people wh…
 
Poet Laureate, Pulitzer Prize winner, author of the celebrated memoir Memorial Drive. As a child, she received three books from her father, meant to cultivate her literary sensibility and deepen her understanding of the world, particularly about race and class: Wuthering Heights, The Great Gatsby, Light in August. If you were to pick three, what wo…
 
Better late than never!!! Hey! Vote for me in the Self Made Indie Podcast Awards for Best Music Podcast, Best Female Host, and Best Patreon here! Voting ends on 2/28! Album of the Week: Ben Trickey -- We Are Not Lucky We Are Blessed Ben Trickey’s newest album, We Are Not Lucky We Are Blessed, is his finest effort to date. It’s making me do things I…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
After serving as Secretary of Labor, he resumed teaching at UC Berkeley, gracefully relinquishing power, like Cincinnatus returning to the plow. Or not. “Actually,“ he says, “I have much more power as a professor than I did as a cabinet secretary.” Training a student army in the hills of Oakland? Encouraging rigorous thought? One of those.…
 
I made some found poems out of the song titles! Hope you enjoy! Album of the Week: Casper Allen -- The Magnolia Sessions Casper Allen's got the perfect singing voice -- and his writing and playing aren't too far behind. This live recording, including some older songs and new songs that are being prepped for his solo debut, finds Allen at his rawest…
 
The Halifax Airport John Doe is an unidentified man who was found deceased in a forested area near the Halifax Stanfield International Airport in October of 2004. He was found hanging from a tree with many of his personal possessions, yet no identification. Local police do not believe foul play was involved in his death, however many believe their …
 
Elisa Lam was a Canadian student at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, who had disappeared under mysterious circumstances while staying at the infamous Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles. When LAPD released the last known video footage of Elisa, the often discussed elevator video, Elisa's disappearance became one of the world's highest profil…
 
Was "Ma Barker just simple midwestern Mother trying to take care of her boys? OR was she a gun toting leader of the Barker-Karpis gang that terrorized the midwest during the Public Enemy Era? ....well here's your chance to find and more. Kerri Burke, upcoming bride to be and recently acquitted joins us on the show to keep Kahuna and me honest. LP j…
 
When tragedy strikes, turn to God in faith—and to the people He has placed in your life. Through trust, service, and love, you will find lasting peace. Support the show: https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/byu/byu-speeches.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By BYU Speeches
 
It's the February 12th episode of this here thing, but we're not gonna do Valentine's Day. Bleh. Speaking of "bleh," why are people listing Morgan Wallen as a musical influence after this past week? You don't realize what that says about you? Or maybe you do... Also, Bella is a cuddle pirate. Album of the Week: The Barlow -- The Horseshoe Lounge Th…
 
John Mark Tillmann was a Canadian art thief and white supremacist who, for over two decades, stole over 10,000 antiques and art objects from museums, galleries, archives and antique shops mainly in Atlantic Canada. In this episode of Nighttime, Mikaela Gorman joins us to share his stranger than fiction story. Links: Mikaela Gorman on Twitter - http…
 
In this open line call in show my co-host is Aaron Corbett, and our special guests are weather celebrity Frankie MacDonald and his television partner Dylan Attack. Between the many interesting calls we receive we discuss the week in weird Canada news. Topics include several new entries on Canada’s list of terrorist groups, developments in the Amand…
 
He double-majored in economics and digital media, and, unlike those in show business who enjoy the show but decry the business, “I love the business as much as I love the creative, as much as I love the technical.” The result? Black Love, the TV series he and his wife, Codie Elaine Oliver, created, is in its fourth season. His documentary, 40 Years…
 
Although suffering tribulation is a necessary part of life, it does not lessen God's love for us. In fact, trials are an opportunity to grow and learn. Support the show: https://ldsp-pay.ldschurch.org/donations/byu/byu-speeches.html See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By BYU Speeches
 
Rachel is snow-blind and annoyed! So only one thing is new. But also, there’s lots of jazz, country, and rock in this week’s episode -- just a fun smorgasbord of everything! Album of the Week: Mary Halvorson -- Code Girl I don’t know enough about jazz to say anything educated about this album. But from the perspective of someone who’s into guitar-b…
 
In this open line call in show I am joined by Jason Robichaud, the admin for the popular Instagram account @Canada.gov.ca. Between the many interesting calls we receieve we discuss the week in weird Canada news. Seque topics include a lost cat in Toronto, an unruly deer in Kamloops, developments in a controversial wrongful death case against two Ha…
 
Little Update from the boys over at American Loser. We've got a monster topic to start off Black History Month but between logistics, snow storms and a 16 hour drive back to New Jersey, we decided that rather than give you another "solo" episode that we'd delay this episode until we can do it properly in studio later this week. Sorry for the delay …
 
In this episode, educators Savanna and Sara hook Lauren up with the deets on the love life of Antarctic explorer Robert Falcon Scott. From a race to the South Pole to throuples to a solid appreciation of flirting, this episode will make you wish you had a sweetie to not really see all that often. Content Warnings: Swearing, death Theme music by Tip…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
As always, this episode is PACKED with country, punk, blues, pretty much anything you want. Bella co-hosts, plus we get an interview with the delightful Bronte Fall! Album of the Week: Pony Bradshaw -- Calico Jim This album is rife with intensely passionate songwriting and a true sense of place. On Calico Jim, Pony Bradshaw explores the underbelly …
 
This weekend I took an idea I had for a test drive and it went so well that I think I may turn it into a regular event. Here's what I did... While broadcasting live on Youtube, My pal Aaron and I talked about some current ‘Nighttime’ adjacent events before opening the line for viewer call ins with a promise to send the night’s most memorable caller…
 
The author of How to Be Black and How to Citizen, he's worked at The Onion, The Daily Show, and the Obama White House. More impressive, he’s met the whittler’s challenge: carve a chain or a ball in a cage from a single piece of wood. “What I really wanted to do was to make a ball in a cage hanging from a chain and then hang it around my neck like F…
 
Mostly mellow vibes this week and a quick correction: I did, in fact, play King of the Tramps’ latest album on Episode 89 of Adobe & Teardrops, way back when. Mike Meehan and The Lucky Ones -- “Cross to Bear” (Freaks and Wonders) King of the Tramps -- “Death’s Door” (Wicked Mountain) Brightwire -- “Cracked Edges” (Cracked, Flawed, and Frayed) Baile…
 
26 year old Emma Fillipoff was last seen standing barefoot on a busy intersection in downtown Victoria BC on November 28th, 2012 by the police officers who encountered Emma after responded to a call of a women in distress. Over the course of an 8 episode series, Nighttime will explore the story of Emma Fillipoff by speaking to those closest to her.…
 
He calls himself “a full-on, born-again atheist,” and yet this dancer and choreographer approaches his work reverently, in part as a quest for transcendence, honoring this ecumenical doctrine: “Most religions agree with don’t kill anybody, and I agree with that.” A conversation about classical Indian dance, modern American music, and the greatest c…
 
This week’s episode is sponsored by the Choose Your Struggle podcast. Listen to real-life people share their struggles with addiction and mental health and #EndTheStigma today. Otherwise, not a whole lot going on -- just the usual blend of Americana, country, punk and funk! Album of the Week: Uncle Ben’s Remedy -- Easy Way to Here If you’re looking…
 
Nova Scotia, April 18-19, 2020 Over a period of thirteen hours, a 51 year old denturist carried out Canada’s most deadly act of mass murder. Dressed in a police officer’s uniform and driving a replica police cruiser, this murderer would leave a trail of innocent victims and burnt homes in his wake. In total twenty two Nova Scotians lost their lives…
 
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