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Faces of Kingston: Kate Cristiani

Faces of Kingston: Kate Cristiani

With all the chaos going on in the world right now, it was refreshing to write Faces Of Kingston this week and get to share a normal, light-hearted conversation with an artistic local. Kate Cristiani is a tattoo artist with Ink Inc. who lives in Kingston and it was nice to get to know her better. 

Faces of Kingston: Louis Torchio

Faces of Kingston: Louis Torchio

Louis Torchio, a well loved and regarded craftsmen, family man and great storyteller, is our subject for this week’s Faces of Kingston. It was a pleasure to visit The Cake Box with Louis on a Friday afternoon and chat about his background, accomplishments, life challenges, family and dreams.

Faces of Kingston: Jason Harucki

Faces of Kingston: Jason Harucki

This week’s guest for Faces of Kingston is Jason Harucki of Kingston’s NCG Cinema branch. We spoke about Kingston’s local flavor and what makes it special, the joys of growing up here and also what exciting aspects NCG is bringing to keep the mall area active and fun.

Faces of Kingston: Kelsey Bujak

Faces of Kingston: Kelsey Bujak

This week in Faces of Kingston, we talk to local resident Kelsey Bujak about her feelings regarding our city and her general life interests. Thank you Kelsey for being a good sport, divulging some fond memories, making some insightful points and plugging cool aspects of life here. 

Faces of Kingston: Dan ‘Time’ Wyld

Faces of Kingston: Dan ‘Time’ Wyld

A fixture of the local scene for many years serving drinks during various legendary eras of our fair little kind-hearted city, Dan is an awesome guy who has seen it all and been there for a lot of folks by either helping them stop crying in their beer or yelling at them to stop singing so badly to ’80s songs.

Faces of Kingston: Michele Ferraro

Faces of Kingston: Michele Ferraro

This week in Faces of Kingston it was a genuine treat to chat about country music and local memories with performer and local business owner Michele Ferraro. Michele’s love of our community’s people, past and present is inspiring.