Arts Archive: 2010

Far From Ordinary Day

Far from ordinary day.Continue...

Crafts of another feather

This year’s Fat Goose Craft Fair is getting a new time slot and venue but promises the familiar range of locally made arts, crafts and services.Continue...

Express to a jazz rock funk utopia

With their weekly gig at The Toucan, local five-piece Ghetto Express pull passengers from all fronts of Kingston’s scene.Continue...

Republic of rock

The Most Serene Republic solidify their creative independence with their new label, Home of the Rebels.Continue...

‘Make it as much as it can be’

Ra Ra Riot talks to the Journal about The Police, keeping the fun and the beauty of peach trees.Continue...

The top 10 LPs of 2010

Five Journal staffers weigh in on the sickest sonic releases of the year.Continue...

Remembrance, reception and representation

Modern Fuel’s party tonight will take place outside the gallery walls, currently occupied by the engaging Reconnaissance.Continue...

Destination far from nowhere

Mookie and The Loyalists bring buoyant grooves, melodic blues and an unwavering thirst for success with the release of their self-titled EP.Continue...

A Darkly Dangerous Double Take

Staff Writer Parker Mott fills us in on the latest Potter blockbuster and final installment of Larsson’s Millenium trilogy.Continue...

Cutting their hockey teeth

Afie Jurvanen talks to the Journal about memorable musical relationships and the serious side of moustaches.Continue...

‘You want to reward the people that are down’

Lead singer Dan Werb and drummer Paul Banwatt have come a long way since they united as the dynamic duo that is Woodhands but some things, like the raw intensity of their live shows, will always stay the same.Continue...

The face-melting of Metz

Toronto-based band Metz are bringing their noise rock to Kingston.Continue...

Listening for Lights in the Limestone

LIGHTS rose to fame with her space pop but a new song, “My Boots,” represents her new acoustic experimentation.Continue...

A harmonic hibernation

Halifax-based quintet Wintersleep continue to carve a unique space for themselves in the Canadian music scene.Continue...

Soberingly splendid, smashingly sloshed

This fall’s production of Queen’s Players transports attendees, drunk or sober, to a land where Oprah reigns supreme.Continue...

Planes, Trains and Automobiles, minus the trains

The latest jocular comedy from director Todd Phillips may not create momentous characters, but it’ll make you laugh.Continue...

Climbing to the mountain top

Bedouin Soundclash caught up with the Journal in light of their upcoming gig at Ale.Continue...

Midsummer in fall

The drama department re-imagines A Midsummer Night’s Dream in a multi-century, mohawked and safety-pinned context.Continue...

Jack stays afloat for love

Phillip Seymour Hoffman stars in his directorial debut Jack Goes Boating, a love story focusing around two working class couples in New York.Continue...

Loving every link in the chain

With confidence and a never-waning thirst for creation, it’s blue skies ahead for The Junction.Continue...

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