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Those Gulls perfect and perform their newest album

Ottawa-based band Those Gulls will once again bring their punk-rock sound to Kingston, this time to perform new music from their album Forevermore .Continue...

Lost Cousins are finding their sound

Multiple performances in Ottawa, Barrie and Toronto indicated a strong end-of-summer finish for indie-rock band Lost Cousins, who hope to continue the success this year with an influx of new music.Continue...

Strength coach a boon for basketball

Nick Boon’s love for the game hasn’t faded.Continue...

In conversation with Paper Ladies

The Journal met up with up-and-coming rockers and long-time friends, Paper Ladies, to talk about their washy sound, musical idols, and future aspirations, which may include a food truck.Continue...

Let’s talk about Kasador

On Wednesday, Kingston crew Kasador brought the heat to the Grad Club.Continue...

Zobary a growing musical talent

It’s not every day you hear a cover so good you wonder why anyone would listen to the original.Continue...

Pick Brothers stand strong

With an upcoming tour and a prospective album in the works, the eclectic trio of brothers in the Pick Brothers Band are prepared to make 2015 their year.Continue...

Nick Faye’s resonant sound

A good artist will often cope with the everyday struggles of life by channeling their experiences, feelings and thoughts into their music, and that’s exactly what singer-songwriter Nick Faye does.Continue...

Art conservationist looks back

Queen’s Art History programme has produced plenty of successful alumni, and Srebrenka
Bogovic-Zeskoski is no exception.Continue...

Alumnus breaks into gallery business

Gallery owner and Queen’s art history graduate Mark Zadorozny took his passion for visual art and turned it into a career.Continue...

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