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Modern medieval

A review of Studio22's Impression: Expression.Continue...

Deceptively simple

A review of Annie Pootoogook's Kinngait Compositions.Continue...

Clark’s crew

Clark Hall Pub has a new house band.Continue...

A nerve-wracking return

PS I Love You is back in Kingston hard at work.Continue...

Zine affair

The third-annual Kingston Zine fair opens tomorrow.Continue...

‘Contained crazy’

RatTail brings spontaneity to their self-titled debut album.Continue...

Castle’s in the sky

Jennifer Castle is back in Kingston with her third album Castlemusic.Continue...

Down In Ashes gets fired up

Down in Ashes' new drummer, Steve Brogno, rejuvenated the Ottawa-based rock band.Continue...

Sonic chaos

Tone Deaf 10 works to expand Kingston's understanding of live music.Continue...

Flesh-eating and fear-mongering

King's Town Players puts on Night of the Living DeadContinue...

‘Three-ring circus’

Despite his political activism, Matthew Good isn't headed into politics.Continue...

Girl uninterrupted

I, Claudia will make you laugh while pulling at your heart strings.Continue...

Photographic songs

Rituals finds inspiration in photography.Continue...

Deathly brooding

Elliott Brood brings their death country sound to Kingston.Continue...

Financing fascinators

Ezia Couture expands to become more profitable.Continue...

Rock & Roll Report Card

Reviews of the new albums from Twin Sister, Rebekah Higgs and Youth Lagoon.Continue...

Masked changes

I, Claudia is a one-woman show with four roles.Continue...

A romantic choosing

Jill Barber's whimsical lyrics come to KingstonContinue...

Creative wealth for mental health

The fifth annual Art on the Street hopes to create a documentary of this year's festival.Continue...

Music over lyrics

Montreal's Malajube brings their French lyrics to Kingston.Continue...

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