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Call In Question: Have you ever pretended to be someone else?

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With the recent news of a mystery van posing as “Animal Control” in Kingston, we pose the question; Have YOU ever pretended to be someone else?

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Trendy With Wendy – New Seacrest Reality Show, Trendy T-Shirts From Hillary Clinton & Orange Balls?

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trendyScreen_Shot_2015-05-26_at_9.14.35_AM.0.0We all knew Ryan Seacrest wouldn’t disapear like American Idol, but what’s next? New testing to identify people has something in common with Tinder and Orange Balls are the new thang in Japan? Wendy Boomer’s got it all in Trendy With Wendy!

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Kingston News on Wednesday May 27, 2015

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Cold Case Update

Police are widening their search just north of Kingston for evidence in the case of a man who has been missing since 1993.
Kingston Police spokesperson, Constable Steve Koopman says investigators have found multiple items of interest in the Gordon Cameron case.  He won’t say what the items are – but says the search in the area of North Shore Road has been expanded.
Police began their search last week after receiving new information in the case.  They believe Cameron was murdered and the 22 year old case is connected to the Outlaws Motorcycle gang.

CRA Fraud

It’s a new and nasty twist to telephone fraud.
Frontenac OPP is warning about fraudulent calls from people claiming to be with the Canada Revenue Agency.  The detachment has received four complaints about a man calling people claiming they were going to be arrested for tax fraud unless they gave him personal information.
Police say you should never give personal information to someone who calls you.
These fraudsters sometimes refer people to a website that looks like the real deal – but – police say it is also a scam to try and get your bank or personal information.

Missing Boy

A happy ending after an eight year old boy went missing in the Cataraqui Woods neighbourhood.
Kingston Police issued a request for help in locating the boy yesterday.
He’d been riding his bike in Cataraqui Woods Park around 11 a.m. yesterday when a family member lost sight of him.
Police posted his picture on social media and he was spotted by a citizen around 12:30 in the area of Crossfield Avenue.
He’d ridden about 3 kilometres and was returned home safely.

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Rock LAB Song Of The Week

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Big Sugar Just Can't Leave You Alone

Check out this week’s Rock LAB Song Of The Week “Just Can’t Leave You Alone” by Big Sugar. Have a listen and let us know what you think of it.


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Kingston News Tuesday May 26th, 2015

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Attempted Murder – Arrest

A 50 year old man from Kitchener will appear in a Kingston court room today for a bail hearing after being charged with attempted murder and aggravated assault.
Police were called to the Mac’s at Division and Stephen Streets around 7:30 yesterday morning and found a man bleeding from multiple stab wounds.
The 55 year old man was taken to hospital with serious injuries
Police traced the victim’s steps back to a Joseph Street apartment complex where they arrested the 50 year old man from Kitchener.

Drug Trafficking Charges

Two men from Toronto have been arrested on drug trafficking charges in Kingston.
The Kingston Police Drug Unit arrested a 19 year old man and a 20 year old man in a parking lot of a Bath Road apartment complex on Thursday of last week.  Police then executed search warrants at an apartment on Bath Road and a home on Calderwood Drive.
Officers seized crack cocaine and crystal meth with a street value of $100,000 along with two safes, $19,000 cash and multiple cell phones.
A Nissan Altima was also seized.

Car Crash – Charges

A 34 year old man faces charges after a vehicle ran into the garage door of a home on Italia Lane in Kingston at four in the morning last Friday.
The driver took off and when police arrived they found the car with a damaged front bumper and the damaged garage door.  The homeowner called police again around 7am after a man attempted to steal a bicycle from the garage.
Police say it was the same man who crashed into the garage three hours earlier.
Brandon Cruse has been charged with Break and Enter, Mischief, Theft and Possession of Stolen Property.

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UPDATED: Kingston Police Request Assistance in Locating Missing Child

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Missing youth Joshua EVERETT was safely located by Kingston Police at 12:30 p.m. on May 26 in the area of Crossfield Avenue after being contacted by a citizen who recognized the descriptors given to the public.

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Rock News Monday May 25, 2015

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6RR Spotlight

Lifeson’s Arthritis Could Mean End To Rush Touring


Rush guitarist Alex Lifeson has revealed that he has arthritis and that it’s getting more severe — which could be one of the deciding factors in how much longer the trio continues to tour. Lifeson told Classic Rock, “I’ve had it for 10 years — and this is the first time I’m really feeling it in my hands and my feet. That’s the way it goes.” But Lifeson added, ‘It’s a lot harder for Neil (Peart, drums). He’s got tendonitis in his arm. To be honest, I don’t know how he gets through playing the way he does, being in that sort of discomfort and pain. But he’s a very stoic guy.”

Bassist and singer Geddy Lee said about Lifeson’s ailment, “For Alex the arthritis is not a small thing. If anything is going to mean we can’t tour any more like we used to, it’s more than likely going to be the arthritis — because that’s something that will directly affect his ability to play.”

Lee continued, “It kind of hurts me to see him when he’s having a bad day, physically. He’s one of my oldest and dearest friends. And when he’s been at rehearsal and he’s not playing his best, it’s not nice to see your friend suffer like that. This thing is in the back of his mind, and he’s afraid of it.”

Rush has called its current tour — which kicked off on May 8th — probably the last it will do of this length, although the band stopped short of calling it a farewell run.



Chris Cornell To Release “Higher Truth”


(Classic Rock) Chris Cornell will release his next solo album in September, it has been reported.

The Soundgarden frontman reveals on his website that he will tour Australia and New Zealand in November and December after issuing fourth solo album Higher Truth, which is “scheduled for an Australian spring release.”

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Call In Question: What’s the MOST Annoying Sound?

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noiseOh Boy! Do you guys have some interesting pet peeves when it comes to that sound you JUST CAN NOT STAND!

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Meet this Week’s “Caturday Cat”- Beyonce

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beyonceBeyoncé is a sweet young lady looking for her new forever home where she can relax and become part of your family. She has spent time in two different foster homes, so we have gotten a sense of her true personality. She loves to chat and tell you all about the chipmunks she spies on out the window, or the birds nesting in the tree outside. Right now, she is missing all of the wonderful sights of a spring front yard, because she is still awaiting her forever home. This girl loves a good cuddle, on her own terms, and she has excellent litter box manners. She would likely prefer a quiet home without other rambunctious fur-friends. Could you be the right family for her?
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If you would like to adopt Beyoncé or any of the other “Caturday Cats” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by the Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291


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Rock News Friday May 22, 2015

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6RR Spotlight

Roger Daltrey Calls Out Pot Smokers

Roger Daltrey was trying his best on Wednesday night (May 20th) during the Who’s Nassau Coliseum concert in Long Island, New York, when the current of pot smoke nearly forced the show to end. The Who, who prior to the concerts flash a message on screen asking fans to refrain from pot toking due to Daltrey’s allergies to the smoke, had to stop the show three times due to people ignoring Daltrey’s pleas that the smoke was restricting his vocal cords.


Daltrey at one point asked the crowd to police themselves to find the smoker, and although Pete Townshend brought levity to they situation, telling them to shove the joint “up your “f***ing ass,” Daltrey was later more direct, angrily telling the anonymous smoking bandit to “f*** off.” Daltrey has had problems with pot smoke hitting the stage over the years and during a 2009 New York City gig, also almost shut the show down due to an abundance of pot smoke.



Stones Play “Sticky Fingers” At Surprise Club Gig

As expected the Rolling Stones performed their 1971 chart-topping Sticky Fingers classic in its entirety for the first time at L.A.’s Fonda Theatre. In addition to several other numbers, the band tackled Sticky Fingers, with a revised running order to flow better in concert — which cost the lucky fans a mere $5 for tickets. Mick Jagger joked “We’re going to do the whole of Sticky Fingers — but in the order of the 8-track tape. Next time we’ll come back and do Satanic Majesties.” The Stones will kick off their 15-city North American Zip Code Tour on Sunday (May 24th) at San Diego’s Petco Park.

Celebrities spotted in attendance at the Fonda were: Jack Nicholson, Bruce Willis, Harry Styles, Kesha, Andy Garcia, Dave Stewart, Joe Pesci, Ben Harper, Leonard Cohen, Patricia Arquette, Eric Idle, Steven Van Zandt, Penny Lancaster, Don Was, Brian Grazer, and Georgia May Jagger.

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