Radio Kingston Live Stream
The perils of cryptocurrency for New York, children's' rights and Speak Out
Good Thursday friends! Today at La Voz with Mariel Fiori is entertainment and environment day.
Sprummer…what’s Sprummer? We’re ushering out Spring and entering the Summer season and you’re invited to celebrate Sprummer with us!
We’ll have a large variety of FREE food items, music by Radio Kingston DJs, performances by Center for Creative Education (some that request YOUR participation), games for children, activities provided by MyKingstonKids, and, of course, many opportunities to dance! There is no cost for any of these Sprummer offerings. We ask that you bring an appetite, dance shoes, and a party spirit for fun!
When: June 11th from 1-5pm
Who: Why, YOU of course!
What: Celebrate at this FREE event as Spring winds down and Summer kicks off with music, food, giveaways, dancing, and activities for ALL ages!
Where: Parking Lot at 718 Broadway
Andrés San Millán with the old Kingston Post Office in his mind
The brick and granite building with the distinctive semicircular façade which hosted the Old Kingston Post Office and which was built in 1908, and demolished in 1969, was located at the intersection of Broadway and Prince Street.
Laura Hankin, Author of "A SPECIAL PLACE FOR WOMEN"
A SPECIAL PLACE FOR WOMEN delivers a compelling take on the culture of feminism and “girl power” we have created―and how, at times, it fails the very women it aims to empower. Hankin leaves readers to consider: how do we set expectations for women―and are those expectations realistic? To what standard should we hold the female heroes in our lives? But ultimately, Hankin’s novel celebrates the unlikely bonds that form and the power that is unleashed when a group of women comes together, lifting each other up in a world that is constantly pushing them down.
Night Rise Highlight! Interview with Martin Sexton
Interview with Martin Sexton!
Night Rise || May 25th
Featuring an interview with Martin Sexton!
Remembering Trumpeter, Band Leader and NEA Jazz Master Art Farmer
This broadcast features some of Art Farmer’s earliest recordings as a leader for the Prestige Record label 1952-1956
Dana Ronnquist: Health at Every Size
Massage therapist Dana Ronnquist of Hummingbird Healing Arts joins us to talk about fatphobia in the medical community, the Health and Every Size (HAES) Registry that provides a list of practitioners who provide a safe space for larger-bodied people and how being fat does not equal being unhealthy.
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