Radio Kingston Live Stream
Stephen Blauweiss and his exhibition of rare Kingston photographs
This week on Speak Out, in addition to several listener calls, Stephen Blauweiss will be by to chat about his new Exhibition of Rare Kingston Photographs. The project focuses on Uptown Kingston, including: Then & Now views of North Front , Wall, and Fair Streets, Washington Avenue and others as they appeared from 1900 to today and much more!
Happy Thanksgiving with MyKingstonKids!
This week's MyKingstonKids Radio show is a special Thanksgiving edition, with Frank Waters and Krystal Bullock welcoming Sally Bermanzohn from Neetopk Keetopk, talking about the origins of Thanksgiving.
Latin music and more music
We featured some of the latin winner and also some nominees but the reality we featured good latin music.
Mayor or City Manager?
Host Hillary Harvey calls Brooks Rainwater, senior executive and director of the National League of Cities’ Center for City Solutions to understand what different forms of government being proposed for Kingston entail and what's at stake.
The art of hypnosis has been a curiosity to people throughout history. Hypnotists have been thought to have magical powers and the process of hypnotherapy was often misunderstood. Naturalistic hypnosis, based largely on the work of Dr. Milton S. Erickson, is a gentle, effective tool for short-term therapeutic change.
The hypnotic state is one of relaxed alertness, in which clients are quite aware of their surroundings, and genuinely have the feeling of choice in their future behavior. Hypnotic work is always conducted in an atmosphere of trust and respect.
Ben is unique in the wellness community in New York City because of his combination hands-on healing skills and his approach to building community in the fitness and wellness providers.
Ben believes in a multi-tiered approach to healing: mind, body, spirit, and community. He aims all of his efforts towards providing stable, responsive, and adaptive environments for arising needs to be met.
Bryan Graham is the founder of Fruition Chocolate Works and Confectionery. From a young age, Bryan has been passionate about both chocolate and food. He attributes his interest in the field of baking and pastry to his grandmother, an outstanding baker. Through visits to her farm in upstate New York, Bryan learned how to pick perfectly ripe ingredients, and how to transform them into pies, tarts, jams and jellies in the old world tradition only a grandmother can teach.
Corinne Trang is a member of Les Dames d’Escoffier, NY Chapter. Corinne is also the award-winning author of several books including the most recently published “Switch It Up: A Fresh Take on Quick and Easy Diabetes-Friendly Recipes for a Balanced Life” (2017). She has served as spokesperson to various national brands and commodities such as Kame and Thai Kitchen. Dubbed the "Julia Child of Asian Cuisine" by the Washington Post.
She has worked as a food consultant to not-for-profits, developing mindful cooking workshops for children and adults alike. She maintains a holistic health and nutrition practice integrating yoga, meditation, and mindful food practices. Trang is also the founder of Liquid Gold Tea, a wholesale and retail source for handcrafted premium whole leaf tea, Gong Fu Cha tea service, Cha Dao meditation, private instruction and custom tea events.
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