Kenyon Laing is a gender-based violence researcher and consultant. She is a co-host of Wine And Crime. You will often find her enjoying a glass of pinotage, bingeing on podcasts, and insisting “the husband did it.”
This week, the gals are joined by activist and fellow podcaster Andrew Gurza to discuss disabilities. Topics include sex and wheelchairs, the most badass powerhouse woman you've ever heard of, and the f*cked up minefield that is the insurance industry. Indulge in a glass of Lookout Ridge Pinot Noir, brush up on your ADA facts, and tune in for Ableism Crimes.
This week, the gals milk some udder-ly fascinating tales in America's Heartland. Topics include the pros and cons of mammal milk, a disgraced Dairy Princess with a chip on her shoulder, and a vengeful Kiwi daddy. Crack open a fresh can of Prophecy Rosé, put the cows in the barn, and tune in for Dairy Crimes (Live from Milwaukee)!
This week, the gals explore some crimes committed in the untamed wilderness of our greatest national treasures, joined by special guest and renowned investigator Jeff Rinek. Topics include a bloody legal loophole in Idaho, a pair of hikers who met a grisly end, and a possible alien (or cougar or eagle or human) abduction. Open up a beautiful bottle of National Parks Foundation Yosemite Red, check in at the nearest ranger station, and tune in for No Man's Land Murders.
This week, the gals broadcast from their live show in Orlando about some reasons you may not want to ever visit Orlando. Topics include some pitfalls of g-force, a woman who takes her fireworks displays very seriously, and the dolphin anatomy you never knew you needed. Crack open some Canyon Road Pinot Grigio, dump it in a novelty water bottle to avoid suspicion, and tune in for Amusement Park Crimes.
This week, the gals are joined by Justin from Generation Why Podcast to discuss some people with a super secret side. Topics include a deadly doctor, social media best practices, and the importance of good grammar when forging a will. Crack open a fresh bottle of Le Ruse Sauvignon Blanc, log out of your accounts, and tune in for Double Lives.