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Blue’s People

Blue Makes his Blues Debut!

Listen to the great variety, songs from Little Sammy Davis, Sheekia Copeland, Taj Majal & Keb Mo', King Curtis, B.B. King, and the list goes on and on.

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Speak Out

Trends Forecaster Gerald Celente

Speak Hour this week welcomes to the studio Gerald Celente, "Trends Journal" publisher, author, and self-proclaimed "political atheist and "citizen of the world". Gerry is an American Forecaster of global financial markets, important events and "Neosurvivalism".

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MyKingstonKids Radio

Earth Day Weekend with Creek Iverson of Seed Song Farm

Check out MyKingstonKids Radio this week and learn more about the Earth and how to get our children to understand the importance of a healthy planet. We've got three special guests, including guest co-host Creek Iverson from Seed Song Farm & Center

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La Dosis Perfecta

Jon Secada and Bossa Nova

Cuba, the Castro Familia and the New Politicians in power. We talk with Jon Secada, his new album, tribute to Beny Moré and the reason why he doesn't think go back to the island.  The bossa nova is also influenced by some this Son Cubano, we play and keep explaining how the music is well connected to our root, is in our blood.

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Hip Hop 101

It's class time. We talk about the recent Pulitzer Prize-winning Kendrick Lamar.

It's class time. We talk about the recent Pulitzer Prize-winning Kendrick Lamar. Why do African Americans rappers have to work so hard for recognition, while their white contemporaries find success? And we also talked about Ghostwriting in Hip Hop.

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The Source with Hillary Harvey

Making the National Conversation Local: Ideas on Feminism, Electoral Politics and Climate Change

The Hudson Valley’s take on national issues in three conversations.

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La Voz

Shurute, Olive Kuhn, Víctor García Y Evangeline Gala

Clown Shurute talked about his Earth Day participation, while Olive Kuhn instructed us of a translation symposium at Bard College. Víctor García commented on his "two lives", the one he lives, while working at libraries and the one on stage, playing his base guitar. Evangeline Gala spoke of his transformation from a jeweler into a photographer. 

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Drew’s Energy Radio

It's a family affair!

It's a family affair! daughter, grandson, my sons, business partner, and girlfriend visit Radio Kingston. We discussed Value of the work we do to foster individual and community impact! 

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