In which we attempt a news round-up that almost immediately falls off the rails. Meghan performs a fatality on Sonya “Blade” Savage, Dean questions the humanity of kneeling liberals, Chance wonders if we should stop calling our enemies dog-faced mutants, and Jesse looks for love across the aisle. Join the Circle of Solidarity in Kingston: Continue Reading
In this week’s episode of Today in YGK, sit down with host Alexandra and Ruth Wood, Board Chair of Kingston Pride to learn how the parades and events have moved online! As well as learn more about Kingston moving into phase 2 of Ontario’s reopening plan, and some other online local events to check out!
We try our hand at true crime podcasting with a lurid account of the Shedden Massacre: a Tale of Bikers, Nazis, and Italian Excellence. Earn your spot in the kingdom of heaven by donating: https://blacklivesmatter.ca/donate/https://secure.givelively.org/donate/the-bail-project Our theme song is “Mega Guillotine 2020” by the prophetic and powerful AJJ. Go buy their newest album Good Luck Continue Reading
In today’s episode of Today in YGK, sit in on a conversation with Queen’s University PhD Candidate, Connor Stone, to learn about the historic SpaceX launch that happened Saturday, May 30, 2020. Also tune in for local news regarding new City of Kingston projects, the termination of the Kingston Transit agreements with Queen’s and SLC, Continue Reading
It’s a regular ol’ barnyard round-up this week on the LLCS. We discuss the rooting hogs of the Minneapolis Police Department, the dog-choker of Central Park, and the history of prison farms a little closer to home. Our theme song is “Mega Guillotine 2020” by the prophetic and powerful AJJ. Go buy their newest album Continue Reading
In this week’s episode of Today in YGK, learn more about the Skeleton Park Arts Festival and what they’re doing to accommodate an online and in-person festival. As well as other information regarding local and recent news.
In this episode the gang turns their critical eyes to the perils of cottage culture, once again letting down our beautiful boaters. We also make a brief foray into the next Great American Novel: Rodham.
In this week’s episode of Today in YGK, Alexandra sits down with Tricia Baldwin, Director of the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts to discuss the inaugural Ballytobin Festival, an online music festival that kicked off May 16th and runs all summer long. As well as an interview with one of the artists of Continue Reading
First hour of a two hour show featuring, from the second and third sessions of the first day of the 3-day Poets @ Artfest V poetry festival on June 29th, you’ll hear readings by Kate Marshall Flaherty, Ashna Asim, Billie Kearns, and Erin Boyce. Second hour of a two hour show featuring, from the remainder Continue Reading
First hour featuring, from the June 22nd Skeleton Park Arts Festival’s Hillside Poetry Stage you’ll hear readings by Olivia Ows, then Sarah Yi-Mei Tsiang, a musical interlude by Kingston Symphony Orchestra violinists Julia McFarlane and Erika Sloos, and then a final reading by Kingston Poet Laureate Jason Heroux. Second hour featuring, from the first 2 Continue Reading