Radio Kingston Live Stream
Interview with Emily Oster
Host Warren Lawrence interviews Emily Oster, economics professor and author of Cribsheet: A Data-Driven Guide to Better, More Relaxed Parenting, From Birth to Preschool.
Charles Lloyd Live at Slug’s
Host Sharif Abdus-Salaam plays some live Charles Lloyd recordings.
Aimee Herman (Everything Grows) and Heidi Vanderlee (Early Riser) "Opinions Expressed Here Are Probably Shouted"
Opinions Expressed Here Are Probably Shouted
Unconditional love, beware of fraud, teaching and learning and public transit mergers
Dora Ines Grosso Garcia on relationships, Rosario Mendez on avoiding scams. Linda Green, Marisol Perez and Andrea Ramirez and teaching an learning from each others and Sajaa S. Ahmed,an evolving public transportation system
Dustin Travis Bryant with Planet Woodstock Music
This week on Kingston Happenings, Kevin Godbey is joined by Veronica Fassbender, as we scope out the local music scene for you with Dustin Travis Bryant from Planet Woodstock Music . This community has plenty of great venues and gifted musicians which make any given week an opportunity to explore quality performances.
CDB and Medical Marijuana Chat with Hemp & Humanity plus Hudson Valley Hospice
This week on the O+ Radio Hour: a conversation around CBD! You probably have seen it sold as a supplement, with massages, in dog treats, even in cocktails! What is Cannabidiol (CBD), what do its proponents claim it can do, and how can you be a confident CBD consumer? O+ FESTIVAL Wellness Director Shannon Donnell, RN, will break it down for you in her discussion with Melissa Gibson from Hemp & Humanity. Also, Dr. Maggie Carpenter, medical director of Hudson Valley Hospice, to discuss medical marijuana in New York State.
Rebecca Martin announces two opportunities for citizens to learn about important civic processes: the Community Block Development Grants and the SEQR process
"Meaning, Relevance, and Power"
This week, Your Meta is talking local news and upcoming events, and opportunities for engaging with and supporting local communities! And we're bringing you more on the brave young women who had the audacity and temerity to break color barriers in the nursing field! Plus, we'll be digging into communication as an intricate, layered, and cooperative set of intentions, speech, and actions. Not to mention, some naughty words get said on-air from a Kate Tempest poem, because beetle forgot to go through the clip, as they usually do, to comb for swears and mark the spots where they occur. It's a time so good, the FCC's gonna sh*t their f*ckin' br*tches! The EVOLUTION will be BROADCAST, but NOT TELEVISED!
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