Mike Thevis was the son of Greek immigrants, living the American Dream in 1970s Atlanta. He was married and had five kids. He owned one of the largest homes in Atlanta, full of fine art and exquisite furnishings. He built a highly successful business empire. But Thevis made many enemies along the way.
Every day is a brand-new beginning for Lala Kent. Get to know the actress, singer, TV personality and entrepreneur, as she dives deep into relationships, sex, betrayal, mental health, personal life, and business. Lala’s top priority is to make her listeners feel heard, understood, and inspired. To give them honesty. Give them motivation.
For over two decades, Ross Mathews has interviewed the world’s biggest celebrities on television and red carpets, and now he’s bringing those skills to his brand new podcast, Hello Ross!
Sean Kipe, Host of Imperative Entertainment’s “In the Red Clay” and “Fox Hunter” hit podcast series, has teamed up once again with Imperative to tell the story of former Gwinnett County, Georgia police officer Michael Chapel. Chapel was convicted of the 1993 robbery and brutal murder of Emogene Thompson and sentenced to life in prison.
Buried deep in the past of a quiet southern town lies the legend of Billy Sunday Birt, the most dangerous man in Georgia history. A chance meeting one spring day unravels the truth behind the notorious figure and uncovers new secrets along the way.
I’m Michael Rosenbaum, I’ve spent the better part of the last two decades in and out of film and television – mostly known for playing the bald dude on the show Smallville.
Durante los últimos 25 años, miles de mujeres han sido brutalmente asesinadas o han desaparecido a lo largo de la frontera en Ciudad Juárez, México. La investigación de éstos crímenes han revelado una red sistémica de corrupción, violencia, trata de personas y un proceso de globalización sin control que las autoridades han intentado ocultar desesperadamente.
What Bob & Sheri talk about when the mics are off…
On a January night in 1978, a white light burned through the sub-Arctic sky. It was Cosmos 954, a nuclear-powered Soviet espionage satellite that had malfunctioned and fallen to earth.
Warsaw, Missouri, is a small, rural town of just over 2,000 people in the American Midwest. Locally it’s known as the “quiet end of the Lake of the Ozarks.” Very few realize that it’s the paddlefish capital of the world.
Robert Kraft, better known as Raven, has run on the oceanfront sands of Miami’s South Beach every day since January 1, 1975. Many have marveled at this feat over the years and all have the same question… Why?
Over the last 25 years, thousands of women have been viciously murdered or disappeared along the border in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The investigation into these crimes has revealed a systemic web of corruption, drug violence, sex trafficking, and unchecked globalization that authorities have tried desperately to hide.
The writers and editors of Rolling Stone take you inside the biggest stories in music. Featuring interviews with our favorite artists; what’s playing in the office; expert insight on the week’s biggest music news; and much more.
Sometimes all it takes is one little fact or one little piece of wisdom to change your life forever. That’s the purpose and the hope of “Something You Should Know.”
Standoff follows Fred Gómez Carrasco, a drug cartel kingpin and orchestrator of the 1974 Huntsville, Texas, prison siege. The siege was one of the most infamous hostage crises in American history and played out in dramatic fashion over eleven days, all in front of a terrified national audience.
Buried cash. DEA moles. Sibling rivalries. Skydiving planes. Fast cars. And an exploding hash lab. A group of college friends took advantage of Colorado’s medical marijuana laws to create one of the longest, most lucrative smuggling runs in U.S. history.