In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith went down to the Skeleton Park Arts Festival and talked with some community organizers about what their passions are in the Kingston community. Afterwards, he talks with Emily Pelstring about her exhibit at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre – Any Saint.
In this episode of Life of Kingston, host Michael Assheton-Smith talks with Ruth Wood of Kingston Pride about the past, present and future of Pride in Kingston. Later, he interviews Neil Orford, who is a renowned historian and educator promoting a touring exhibit called “Struggle Without Rest”, which focuses on the Spanish Flu’s role in Canadian history.
Broadcasted on Friday, August 9th, from 4-6pm EDT on CFRC 101.9fm‘s ‘finding a voice’, in this episode you’ll hear great works from the June 29th fifth and final session of the first day of a 3-day annual poetry festival, Poets @ Artfest V, you’ll hear a reading by Honey Novick. Moving into the second day of the festival you’ll hear a book launch reading by Bruce Kauffman that morning, and then a reading by Elizabeth Greene in the first full round that afternoon.In the second hour, from again the June 30th first full afternoon session of that festival, you’ll hear readings by Carole TenBrink, and Susan Gillis. Following them, from the second session, you’ll then hear a reading by John Steffler.
Susan Bazelely, PhD Candidate (Geography and Planning) and co-Coordinator of Kington’s Lower Burial Ground Restoration Society joins us in studio. She sheds light on her research and the work students and community volunteers are doing in the dark recesses underneath St. Paul’s Anglican Church in order to clean up and restore monuments and grave markers in Ontario’s oldest Anglican cemetery.
This week Taylor reviews The Farewell! Mike and Taylor answer some fan questions and have a short version of Not A Great Plan so that they can discuss Universal’s decision to cancel the upcoming film The Hunt. As you can see, Taylor is back, so all will be well!
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Hello! Is it WAFFLES you’re looking for? Then you’ve found it, as we slap two hours of “hello” songs together, with a few howdys for good measure. WAFFLES :: Teen Titans Hello My Lovely :: Charlie Haden Hello Sunday! Hello Road! :: Gil Scott-Heron Hello Love :: Hank Snow Michigan City Howdy Do :: Johnny Cash Hello Mudduh, Hello Faddah! :: Allan Sherman Hello City :: Barenaked Ladies Sadness Grows :: Spirit of the West Hello :: The Elwins Hello :: Walk off the Earth 106.2 Breeze FM :: Mac DeMarco Konnichiwa :: Shonen Knife On Yonge Street :: Gordon Lightfoot Hello Love :: The Be Good Tanyas Hello Jesus :: Steve Gates Hello in There :: John Prine Hello, I Love You :: The Doors Salut Les Copins :: Eux Autres Putting Shame In Your Game :: Beastie Boys M1 A1 :: Gorillaz Hello :: Dragonette Cheer Up Peru-40 Say Hello :: Drugstore Hello :: Jaunt Hello Hammersmith :: Caribou Hello Let’s Go to the Disco :: Ursula 1000 Hello, I Must Be Going! :: Groucho Marx Shadow Falls :: Hello, Blue Roses Hello World Doggone :: John McGhee
In this first episode of Beyond Canada, host Claudia Hirtenfelder (International Student Affairs Commissioner for the Society of Graduate and Professional Students at Queen’s University chats with guest, Prince Michael Amegbor. Amegbor, a PhD candidate in the Department of Geography and Planning at Queen’s chats about the research he is conducting for his thesis “Uncharted Paths: The Use of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicine (TCAM) among Sub-Saharan Africans living in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA)”. Bed Music: Mafikizolo ft. Uhuru, “Khona”Featured Music: Amakye Dede, “Brebre”
Taylor is gone this week for the long weekend and Mike is left alone for a live show about….something. He reviews the only new film opening in Kingston this week Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw, catches up on some missed fan questions, and talks about some of his own movie likes, dislikes, streaming suggestions and who knows because he’s alone, scripted nothing, and prepared very little for this.
Can the Danleers follow up One Summer Nite? Find out next on One-Hit Wonders: the Follow-Ups! A CHRISTMAS PRAYER, THE PENQUINS WHEELING AND DEALING, THE DANLEERS I BELIEVE IN MUSIC, GALLERY RICO MAMBO, THE BREAKFAST CLUB LET HIM GO ANIMOTION GIVE IT TO ME THE MOB FRIEND OR FOE, ADAM ANT FIND ANOTHER FOOL, QUARTERFLASH