Arts

A Valentine’s date with Kiss the Fish

Clark house band Kiss The Fish, made up of lead singer Sam Skolrood, lead guitarist Evan Khodeir, rhythm guitarist Cory Scholtz, drummer Misko McGregor, and bassist Kelby Gutz, sat down with The Journal to show us their latest songs, and share their favourite first date spots.Continue...

Queen’s filmmaker to debut at Kingston festival

This weekend, Josh Granovsky’s short film wyd? will be presented at the Kingston Canadian Film Festival.Continue...

Kingston film is poetry in motion

Who is Bruce Kauffman? —a new film set to premiere at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on Friday— brings literature beyond the page.

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Wild Rivers reunites with Kingston

For Wild Rivers frontman Khalid Yassein, a show in Kingston means returning to his alma mater as an outsider, and then feeling like he’d never truly left.Continue...

For new album, rockers Said the Whale went home

A recipe for Dad Rock: marriages, engagements, children and the great outdoors.Continue...

Festival envisions Indigenous resurgence

Attendees at the Ka’tarohkwi Indigenous Arts Festival will see artwork free of restrictions.Continue...

Documentary explores Kingston crime and social media

Crime updates via social media make for a thoroughly informed community—and a Queen’s student’s documentary aims to take it further.Continue...

DeAnne Smith talks her ‘sneakiest’ stand-up

DeAnne Smith started out just like every other comedian—realizing she wasn’t funny.Continue...

Editor's note

February 27, 2019

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The Wolves challenges stereotypes of women in sports

The Wolves is a sensitive, relatable invitation for every woman to see themselves on stage.

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Jodie Sloan unites heartbreak and health for Project Red

For Jodie Sloan, ArtSci ’19, art isn’t just a lens for understanding heartbreak and trauma: it’s catharsis.Continue...

Indigenous artists challenge gallery visitors

An exhibit at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre features contemporary Indigenous artists weaving their voices and identities into the fabric of Queen’s.Continue...

Québécois films are worthy of national exposure

French-Canadian films dominated the nominations at the Canadian Screen Awards.Continue...

Singer-songwriter Amanda Rheaume finds her roots

Amanda Rheaume hated singing. Now, it’s her strongest connection to the family she never met.Continue...

Project Red takes student fashion ‘pulse’

Project Red is working to make heart health fashionable.Continue...

Bow to horror’s scream queens

Horror fans are flocking to internet magazine Fangoria to cast their votes in support of snubbed women in film.Continue...

Lost Cousins reflects on lucky start

Always in the right place at the right time, Lost Cousins added a new EP to their lucky streak last Friday.Continue...

Education production aims to Get Schooled

Teachers will break into song and dance Thursday and Friday when the faculty of education stages an original production.Continue...

Listen Up Kid delivers nice-guy grunge rock

Grunge rock and hospitality don’t usually mesh—but when Listen Up Kid invites you to their rehearsal space, it’s the exception.Continue...

Learning What a Young Wife Ought to Know

The story of a young woman struggling to defend her reproductive choice in 1920s Ottawa might not strike audiences as a hilarious, heartwarming romance. However, audiences would be proven wrong by Hannah Moscovtich’s What a Young Wife Ought to Know —on stage at the Grand Theatre until Feb. 17.Continue...

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