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We are the largest underground hip hop show on the west coast of Canada, so expect everything from the latest hip hop tracks to the classics and the rare and obscure; plus giveaways, current events, community info, and special features.
 
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CFRI's 34 National Cystic Fibrosis Education Conference - "Illuminating the CF Journey" - took place virtually from July 30 to August 1, 2021. Francis Collins, MD, PhD, Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), delivered this welcoming address to the CF community via video. The Conference was sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentec…
 
CFRI's 34 National Cystic Fibrosis Education Conference - "Illuminating the CF Journey" - took place virtually from July 30 to August 1, 2021. Francis Collins, MD, PhD, Director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), delivered this welcoming address to the CF community via video. The Conference was sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentec…
 
Hotel, Motel, Jaaapaaaann Anime, Annamie, Japan, and The Olympics. What do these have in common? Idk. The Late Late Capitalism Show is a weekly radio show and podcast! We air on CFRC 101.9fm in Kingston on Thursday at Midnight, and you can catch our podcast on all streaming platforms every Friday at 10AM-EST! Our theme song is “Mega Guillotine 2020…
 
We Laugh, We Cry Ever want more fail mayor content? We have your fix. We talk more about Larry Heather from Calgary, Annamie Paul and the future of the Green Party, Cuba, Haiti and Peru. Friends Of The Show: Monster Club https://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:1008609127/sounds.rss From Embers https://fromembers.libsyn.com/rss The Late …
 
Four decades after he left power, Jimmy Carter’s presidency is being reevaluated by historians. The passage of time and availability of documentary evidence makes such a reassessment possible. Is the popular impression of Carter as a president who could not grasp international realities fair? Kai Bird, author and recent biographer of Jimmy Carter, …
 
Max Somer and Jai recap England’s loss to Italy in the Euro Finals and dissect where it went wrong (2:17). Then they look ahead to Manchester United’s season as well as some potential transfers (29:45). Next, they cover the differences in popularity of UFC and Boxing (53:15). Finally, some thoughts on the NBA Finals and viewership (1:01).…
 
Woah woah woah, somebody better do something about this. Jesse and Chance talk about movies, Kevin O’Leary, Ontario as the “most locked-down place in the universe”, funny failed Calgary mayoral candidates and I guess something is happening to Catholic churches at the moment that has people scared on behalf of organized religion. The Late Late Capit…
 
Speakers discuss the new book, Awakening: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights. Since 2017, millions have joined the global movement known as #MeToo, catalyzing an unprecedented wave of women’s activism powered by technology that reaches across borders, races, religions, and economic divides. Awakening is the first book to capture the glo…
 
Panelists discuss the possible origins of COVID-19, including the growing concern that the virus leaked from the Wuhan Virology Lab rather than originating in nature, what the ramifications are for regulating this type of research, and the implications for U.S.-China relations.
 
Four decades after he left power, Jimmy Carter’s presidency is being reevaluated by historians. The passage of time and availability of documentary evidence makes such a reassessment possible. Is the popular impression of Carter as a president who could not grasp international realities fair? Kai Bird, author and recent biographer of Jimmy Carter, …
 
Members of the cystic fibrosis and LGBTQIA community share their experiences and perspectives on life with CF, the challenges and deep rewards of coming out, and the importance of finding community. Pride Month is in June; Pride is year round. Sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, Chiesi USA, Gilead Sciences, and Viatris. Film edited by B…
 
Members of the cystic fibrosis and LGBTQIA community share their experiences and perspectives on life with CF, the challenges and deep rewards of coming out, and the importance of finding community. Pride Month is in June; Pride is year round. Sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, Chiesi USA, Gilead Sciences, and Viatris. Film edited by B…
 
Panelists discuss the possible origins of COVID-19, including the growing concern that the virus leaked from the Wuhan Virology Lab rather than originating in nature, what the ramifications are for regulating this type of research, and the implications for U.S.-China relations.
 
Wake Up everyone! Jesse and Chance are Rollin’ into Crazytown to talk about rock’s most maligned genre, nu-metal. Can they mine any salient cultural critique from the oft-misunderstood acts? Will the boys be Blind to the genre’s many flaws? Are they Numb to the hate? In The End, will it even matter? There’s only one way to find out so don’t Rage Ag…
 
Speakers discuss the new book, Awakening: #MeToo and the Global Fight for Women’s Rights. Since 2017, millions have joined the global movement known as #MeToo, catalyzing an unprecedented wave of women’s activism powered by technology that reaches across borders, races, religions, and economic divides. Awakening is the first book to capture the glo…
 
The first session of the Threats to American Democracy Roundtable series focuses on the rise of political partisanship. The founders considered factions a grave threat to the new republic. We are now living their nightmare, politics as existential blood sport. Why and how did divisiveness and demagoguery triumph? In this session, two of the world’s…
 
Jeffrey E. Garten, dean emeritus at the Yale School of Management and a former undersecretary of commerce for international trade, is the author of the forthcoming book, Three Days at Camp David: How a Secret Meeting in 1971 Transformed the Global Economy. Garten discusses the historical consequences of the Nixon administration’s decision fifty yea…
 
Rest In Piss, sweet prince. We get into updates about the Johnny statue, we talk dogs part 2, Jesse tells us about a wild customer he met in Kingston, and we give our opinions on the upcoming provincial and local election candidates. The Late Late Capitalism Show is a weekly radio show and podcast! We air on CFRC 101.9fm in Kingston on Thursday at …
 
Please join Peter Osnos for a conversation on his distinguished career in journalism and publishing, including working as a foreign correspondent in Vietnam and the Soviet Union, and as a long-time editor for the Washington Post, as editor and publisher at Random House, and founder of PublicAffairs where he has worked closely with leaders in busine…
 
Frank G. Wisner discusses his distinguished career in public service, including working as former undersecretary of defense for policy, undersecretary of state for international security affairs, and ambassador to Zambia, Egypt, the Philippines, and India. Visit “How I Got Here: Frank Wisner” on the Foreign Affairs Career Center for more informatio…
 
Please join Kathy Warden as she discusses technological advancements in the aerospace and defense industry and her perspective as a CEO in the national security arena.The CEO Speaker Series is a unique forum for leading global CEOs to share their insights on issues at the center of commerce and foreign policy, and to discuss the changing role of bu…
 
In this informative podcast, Dr. Sriram Vaidyanathan discusses the incidence of cystic fibrosis among the Asian community, and research which indicates that CF incidence rates are far higher among South Asians than East Asians. Thanks to research conducted at Stanford, there is further evidence of the diversity of the cystic fibrosis community and …
 
In this informative podcast, Dr. Sriram Vaidyanathan discusses the incidence of cystic fibrosis among the Asian community, and research which indicates that CF incidence rates are far higher among South Asians than East Asians. Thanks to research conducted at Stanford, there is further evidence of the diversity of the cystic fibrosis community and …
 
Adam Julian, director of international student and scholar services at University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and 2021 chair of the international student and scholar regulatory practice committee at NAFSA, discusses visa challenges for foreign students and international student enrollment with the return to in-person learning this fall. IRINA FA…
 
The most delicious of sandwiches. We are back folks! This is not a sad episode at all. Chance does not try to laugh a lot before talking about something near and dear to him, and Jesse does not support his co-host through a really tough time by talking about funny dogs and stuff like that. Oh, and stuff is going on with a statue in town. The Late L…
 
The first session of the Threats to American Democracy Roundtable series focuses on the rise of political partisanship. The founders considered factions a grave threat to the new republic. We are now living their nightmare, politics as existential blood sport. Why and how did divisiveness and demagoguery triumph? In this session, two of the world’s…
 
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern discusses the future of New Zealand's foreign policy and lessons learned from the country's response to COVID-19 and reopening. This meeting kicks off the 2021 Virtual National Conference and is open to all CFR members. The National Conference is underwritten by a generous gift given in memory of Peter E. Haas from the…
 
In recent years, activists in global social movements such as #BlackLivesMatter, #MeToo, and #BringBackOurGirls have harnessed social media to raise awareness of injustice and counter prevailing narratives. How has Twitter reshaped activism and to what extent has the platform empowered marginalized groups to achieve political victories? Brooke Fouc…
 
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