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Starry night

Canadian sweethearts Stars drew crowds by illuminating Sydenham Street United Church on Wednesday night at their sold-out show.Continue...

Feeling, freedom and freestyle

Kicking off this evening, Kingston’s newest hip hop festival aims to be a revelation for attendees.Continue...

Oscar winners get old and grouchy

A-List actors leave tear-jerkers behind in RED, a new film about a group of aging assassins rebanding for one last job.Continue...

Art becoming artifact

The New Canadiana exhibit at Agnes Etherington exposes enduring issues and evolving realities in Canada as perceived by 11 historic and contemporary artists.Continue...

Reading, for real

Last night marked the second installment of The Real Resident Reading Series hosted and curated by this year’s Writer In Residence, Stuart Ross. Jason Camlot (pictured above), Paul Dutton and Lily Hoang were featured. Keep an eye on A&E for an interview with Stuart Ross in the next month.Continue...

A high and low vote on a similar note

Journal staffers Jaaron Collins and Ally Hall weigh in on the sophomore release from Calgary psych-rockers Women.Continue...

Boatloads of hot and heavy odes

Their music may be hard-to-pin, but the pictures Christine Blais captured of Hot Panda and Boats say 1000 words.Continue...

Love from Lisbon to the Limestone City

Claire Nelischer and Tyler Ball give us the lowdown on the sixth studio record from garage rockers The Walkmen and a debut release from hometown heroes PS I Love You.Continue...

The psychedelic pop pandas

Hot Panda are bringing their rambunctious live energy to The Mansion.Continue...

The not so smutty C-word

Toronto four-piece The Ethers prove country can be cool, just don’t confuse their alternative brand of Canadian croon with Toby KeithContinue...

Une très belle Nuit

Journal correspondent Chloe Campion experiences a Toronto night in a whole new light at the fifth annual Nuit Blanche.Continue...

When logging in turns lucrative

The Social Network explores the billion dollar concept that became our collective obsession.Continue...

Steve Aoki takes the stage

Elvis may have long left the building, but this Wednesday, Steve Aoki is most definitely in the house.Continue...

‘We always search for clarity and not obscurity’

Vancouver three-piece Elias took some time to talk to the Journal about crowds, classes, the CASBYs and Coldplay before embarking on their latest Canadian tourContinue...

The magical midnight menagerie

Artist in Profile with The Midnight Magic Rodeo Show.Continue...

‘Stories are anchors in the brain’s ocean that the boats of songs tether to'

Next time you’re sipping at The Sleepless Goat, keep an eye out for 21st century troubadour Craig Cardiff, he might just be the guy at the next table gaining inspiration from your conversationContinue...

Parker’s Double Take

Parker Mott reviews Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps and Boardwalk Empire.Continue...

Four words preferred

Film buffs’ beloved website Four Word Film Reviews is getting a hardcopy makeover.Continue...

‘This is supposed to be the antithesis to the norm’

Bassist Chris Barker of Anti-Flag talks to the Journal about jamming in Pittsburgh attics, signing indie vs. major label and whether punk rock can ever truly die.Continue...

Super-sized at Union Gallery

Toronto based artist Kate Wilson brings her magic lens to Kingston with Curious LightsContinue...

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