Mike and Taylor celebrate 1 year of Screening in Kingston with a special guest, Nicole Stawikowski, who chats about her experience this year at TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival) and ranks her Top 5 films of the 25 she saw this year. Taylor reviews a documentatry about David Crosby and we run through a quick update on film news including the variety blues scandal!
Will The Crazy World of Arthur Brown follow up “Fire”? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: The Follow-Ups! NIGHTMARE, CRAZY WORLD OF ARTHUR BROWN CRYING INSTANT FUNK ANYWAY YOU LIKE IT THELMA HOUSTON DONT LET GO FRANCE JOLI EASY COME EASY GO ODYSSEY
Ep. 2 Beyond Canada: The Art of Social Infrastructure: Santiago’s Poblciones and the Afterlives of Arpilleras
Host Claudia Hirtenfelder chats with PhD Candidate Nathalia Santos Ocasio about her research pertaining to social infrastructure in Santiago. The pair also consider challenges and opportunities of language, culture, and representation in research processes that stretch beyond international borders and some of the power dynamics involved therein. Host: Claudia Hirtenfelder (the International Student Affairs Commissioner for the SGPS)Guest: Nathalia Santos Ocasio (PhD Department of Geography and Planning, Queen’s University)Bed Music: Mafikizolo Featuring Uhuru singing KhonaFeatured Song: Lo Único Que Tengo by Victor Jara (Voice: Isabel Parra) from the album La Población (1972)Images: (1) The picture of Santiago in the podcast poster is an image Nathalia took in 2016 from one of the cerros (hills) of the city. In the background, you can see the recently snowed Andes. (2) An Arpillera Nathalia saw in the Oshima Hakko Museum in Nagano, Japan, 2018.
In the first hour, from the Monday, July 1st, final day and final session of a 3-day annual poetry festival, Poets @ Artfest V, you’ll hear readings by Kate Rogers and Brandon Pitts. In the second hour from Sherry Huang’s August 11th book launch event with her book, Love Speech, you’ll hear a musical prelude to the readings by Liam Fenton, with readings then by Leyla Chisamore, Ashley-Elizabeth Best, and Sherry Huang.
Are book stores on the verge of extinction or will be around for a long time? The Time of Your Life looks at the case of Novel Idea, an independent bookstore in downtown Kingston. Host : Tara Morton Guest : Oscar Malan, BBB owner, Novel Idea, 156 Princess Street, 613-546-9799 email email@example.com “
This podcast illustrates the story of how LGBT activists from Queen’s University in the mid-80’s to early 90’s, advocated for the city to recognize an official ‘Pride’ day for the LGBT community, only to be turned away multiple times over the years by homophobic council members, and shunned by homophobic Kingstonians. They never gave up – and we now owe our thanks to them for the month-long pride that we celebrate here in Kingston.
And in this sleep of WAFFLES!, what dreams may come? Suck it, Shakespeare! Matt and Marisa rule your dreams now, with two hours of dream-based music to make you dream of the widest variety of music on earth. WAFFLES theme :: Teen Titans Dream That Dream :: Thelonious Monk :: Sueno de Munecas :: Gonzales Rubalacaba :: Bob Dylan’s Dream :: Bob Dylan Dishwasher’s Dream :: Danny Michel My Dream :: Sunny & the Sunliners Talula :: Tori Amos Dream Lover :: Destroyer Innocent When You Dream :: Tom Waits I Often Dream of Trains :: Robyn Hitchcock Hot Dreams :: Timber Timbre Dream :: Emilie & Ogden Alone So Far :: Old 97’s Lost in the Dream :: The War on Drugs The Dream :: Rich Aucoin I Dreamed We Fell Apart :: Memphis A Real Dream :: CFCF If Only in A Dream :: Bunny Drifter :: Siouxsie & the Banshees Supermarket Dream :: Snog Let’s Make Out :: Dream Wife The System Only Dreams in Total Darkness :: The National American Dream :: Miami Horror Death Dream :: Frightened Rabbit The Dream :: The Cure Kimiko’s Dream House :: Mark Lanegan
Topic: Rainbow Reflections: Body Image Comics for Queer Men Overview: Stephanie and her collaborators have put together a comic book anthology. This is an exciting way to explore the consequences of body dissatisfaction to the health of queer men and to highlight the resilience that queer men experience against body dissatisfaction. A launch of the comic books is coming soon to Kingston. If you are interested and what to find out more follow Stephanie’s group on the Twitter handle @QueerBodies
Mike and Taylor review IT Chapter 2 and Taylor also reviews the latest opening at the Screening Room Blinded By The Light. We catch up on some movie news and answer fan questions about upcoming episodes and our plans for TIFF.
Korey Pasch, PhD Candidate in Political Studies at Queen’s University joins us in studio. At the time of recording, Hurricane Dorian was rolling along Florida but the fascinating things Korey tells us about the financialization of natural disasters and the apparent ‘progressive’ stance Big Insurance necessarily takes in the face of climate change translates well to understanding preparedness, construction and reconstruction around any disaster worldwide. Really fascinating, informative and certainly interdisciplinary discussion! Check it out today!