The Corridor, February 15th, 2024

In this episode of The Corridor, CFRC’s Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Christena Lawrie covers the Ontario Land Tribunal meeting about the Davis Tannery Site. Chloe Weinstein reads a report from Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Owen Fullerton (YGK News), about the City of Kingston’s response to public concerns around the development of a transitional housing site. […]

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The Corridor – December 14th 2023

In this episode, CFRC’s Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, Christena Lawrie provides a report on the Kingston Frontenac Public Library providing free menstrual products at all KFPL branches. Then, Local Journalism Initiative News Producer, Jesse Bell covers a pair of pieces from LJI contributors. The first piece from Owen Fullerton (YGK News), is a report on […]

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Natasha in the studio

Natasha Lomonossoff (PHD in English Literature) – the religious and political writings of Anna Laetitia Barbauld, a thinker and educator who lived in Britain from 1743-1825

Natasha is particularly interested in Barbauld’s  contributions to public debate in the nation following the French Revolution in 1789, which some Britons supported as an example to follow.  For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat 

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August Arts Sampler: Belle Park Project, Jerry Leger and the Situation & Atria

This week, we’re bringing you live music updates and the inside scoop on a one-of-a-kind arts and research event from the Belle Park Project. First up, Dr. Laura Murray from the Belle Park Project gives us an inside look at the upcoming event from this collective, entitled Unearthed, running August 26th-30th. In live music news, […]

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YGK Collaborates: The Gertrudes Album Release + Cloud 9, Kingston WritersFest

This week, we’re bringing you conversations across festivals and live music releases, brought to us by collaborations like Kingston folkestra project The Gertrudes, and the teams behind upcoming autumn festivals. Local band The Gertrudes releases their fifth full length album, Just to Please You, on August 18th. Greg Tilson of the band stopped by to […]

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Haviah Mighty

In this episode, Chris sits down with the one and only Haviah Mighty to talk about her newest singles, her Juno award winning album Stock Exchange, and more. Haviah Mighty is a rapper from Brampton, Ontario, and she is currently on tour and will be here in Kingston performing at Rockin’ in the Square on […]

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