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The after party
We are going to start slow but we are going to build up to get the after party.
Radio Kingston is continuing our journey of reaching deeper into our Kingston neighborhood with a monthly newsletter and we’re excited to have another way of being in community with all of you who live, work and play in our beautiful city.
En Radio Kingston continuamos nuestra travesía para llegar más hondo a la comunidad de Kingston con la publicación de un boletín mensual. Nos sentimos muy entusiasmados de tener otra manera de ser parte de la comunidad, junto a todos ustedes, las personas que viven, trabajan y juegan en nuestra hermosa ciudad.
Alessandra y Adelio invite us to dance, the movies and fútbol ...
ALESSANDRA performs today at 7 pm at Kingston's Hutton Park, followed by the presentation of the movie "Encanto". The final of the Summer soccer tournament between Kingston FC and Real Sociedad, takes place on Sunday, starting at 11 am.
Ancient poetry and astronomy
Good Friday friends! Today at La Voz with Mariel Fiori is immigration and culture day.
Dollar Bin Radio Episode 193 – Festival Season part 2
As part 2 of the Summer Festivals mini-series, this episode we focus on the music of Woodstock '69. It was 3 days of peace, love and music, this week we pull 2 hours of beats, vibes and Dollar Bin jams.
Super excited for everyone to meet guest Lorenzo Beronilla. Lorenzo is an American film, television, and voice actor. He is a chef, author, and awesome human, and he lives right here in the Ulster County. Welcome to the Happy hour with your hosted Nadine Ferraro
Wallace Wallace: Hunger in the Hudson
On this episode, Julie talks with her pal Wallace, a 15-year old Kingston High School student who recently directed a short documentary called Hunger in the Hudson, which covers the topic of food scarcity in the Hudson Valley.
I decided to read a passage from Hospicing Modernity: Facing Humanity’s Wrongs and the Implications for Social Activism By Vanessa Mochado de Oliveira.
It speaks to our current systems, the ways that they fail us and a reminder that not everyone lives by them.
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