Mike and Taylor discuss the successful weekend for Avengers: Endgame, Mike gives his thoughts on the film (no spoilers) with a plan to do a full spoiler talk episode later! They also take a look at the film The Mustang (playing at the screening room in Kingston, Ontario) and US from Jordan Peele which both Mike and Taylor saw a few weeks ago.
Russell Turner, MSc student in Biology, supervised by Dr Vicki Frieisen. Research topic – Population genomics of an Arctic seabird, the majestic Common Eider sea duck! Christina Braybrook , MSc student in Geography, supervised by Dr Neal Scott and Dr Paul Treitz. Research topic – Modelling growing season net CO2 exchange for High Arctic mesic tundra using high resolution remote sensing data. Overview: Part 3 of the Northern Research Symposium, the graduate students assisting in the program and how their research is related to the North.
First hour featuring, from the March 28th Viva Voce ‘Wonders’ event held at the Kingston Frontenac Public Library, you’ll hear readings by Gabrielle Pulver, Aliyaa Mohammed, Fiona Fox, and Cindy Lam. In addition, you’ll hear Managing Director of Juvenis, Maureen Barnes, share highlights of the upcoming Juvenis 2019 Festival, May 1st – 11th. Second hour featuring, from the April 2nd open mic in the ‘and the journey continues’ monthly reading series, you’ll hear readings ‘in the round’ by – Ron Chase, Benjamin Laughlin, Alyssa Cooper, Jennie Marshall, Michael Casteels, Sarah Emtage, Bob MacKenzie, Mike Williams, Lee-Ann Taras, Allison Chisholm, Carlos Sanchez, Colleen Lyons, Michelle McTague, Kinman, Deen Albertini, and Sasha Hill.
In this episode of The Time of Your Life, we examine retirement homes and long term care facilities. Joanne Billing of the South East Local Health Integration Network that serves the Kingston area, explains the differences and how to decide which option best suits your needs. Host : Carole Weir Guest : Joanne Billing, Vice president,Home and Community Care.
It’s a 12-hour time-shifted co-hosting gig on this week’s WAFFLES!, as Dave Butler in Hong Kong joins Matt in Kingston via Discord to talk about Dungeons & Dragons, teaching, and more! Dave is the GM of an online D&D game that Matt plays in, and there’s a lot of music about dungeons. And dragons! Also featuring music by Sam Kaiser, “Dungeon Jazz,” two versions of the Enter the Dragon theme, coal mines, and more! WAFFLES! :: Teen Titans Go! In the Year of the Dragon :: Charlie Haden Trip Don’t Fall :: Craig Fielder In the Year of the Dragon :: Old Man Luedeke Dragon Graveyard :: Ari Pulkkinen Lavender :: BADBADNOTGOOD Fog Lake :: Oak Island Moonlight :: Sam Kaiser I Loved My Girl :: John Southworth Dark as a Dungeon :: Merle Travis Dark as a Dungeon :: Sparklehorse London Dungeon :: Misfits Enter the Dragon Theme :: Lalo Schifri Enter the Dragon Dub :: Mato In the Belly of a Dragon :: Jenn Grant Kill Dragon :: Strand of Oaks Crimson Dragon Tattoo :: Ray Wylie Hubbard Dragon :: Tori Amos Wicked Game :: DBL Dragon Let the Night Fall :: Dragonette Kimono Dragon :: Hot Garbage
PAUL OLMSTEAD is the lead singer and bass player for REWIND. He sits down for a conversation about the band, its history and the fun they have playing all those great songs at different clubs around Kingston. Music in this episode: “Carry Me” / Rewind / LP – n/a
Taylor and Mike take a look at the films Hellboy and Stockholm. Mike gives us a preview of Avengers: Endgame opening this Friday with preview screenings on Thursday evening and of course we take a look at news from another busy week in the film industry.
Research: The history of the UK charity the Pilgrim Trust from 1930-1960 and its efforts to come to the “rescue of the things that mattered in our country” as a self-defined “salvage corps”. Overview: Talking on both Kayla’s Master’s experience as well as her role now with University Relations and how her graduate experience helped her with this job.
Queen’s University PhD Candidates Claudia Hirtenfelder and Canan Sahin join us to discuss experiences and issues faced by international graduate students and the efforts the SGPS International Student Working Group (ISWG) are making to raise awareness among Queen’s community members.
Live and Alive is an audio documentary produced through the Robert H. Black Residency programme by first-year undergraduate student Sam Kaiser in collaboration with CFRC and the Department of Film and Media. It focuses on live music in Kingston, investigating how such a cultivated live music scene came about. Highlighting Homegrown Live Music Festival and Joe’s MILL, this audio documentary focuses on opportunities for live musicians, as well as the ways they give back to the community. Through interviews with Tyler Flynn, Chris Morris, and Tom Stewart, learn about the history of Kingston’s music scene, and the many ways that it continues to grow and expand. Check it out for some great music and insightful takes on Kingston’s live music scene!