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Lights at the next level

Lights kicks off her new tour in Kingston.Continue...

An incredible cast

Dan Mangan discusses his new album and the perks of having a band.Continue...

Blue Canoe treads new waters

A review of Blue Canoe's production of Glengarry Glen Ross.Continue...

Lovers talk

We Were Lovers got a $10 000 grant to go towards recording their upcoming albumContinue...

Unexpected versatility

Dan Mangan's newest album Oh Fortune is a departure from his normal folk soundContinue...

Pushing sound boundaries

Braids play the Grad Club Tuesday.Continue...

Technology tie-down

Modern Fuel's new exhibit, Abbas Akhavan's Correspondences, explores the effects of modern technology on human relationshipsContinue...

Nim versus nurture

Project Nim explores a group of scientists attempt to teach a chimp sign language.Continue...

Pumped up king

Royal Wood's new tour features songs from his Cover Sessions EP.Continue...

Into the depths of Wildlife

Wildlife bring their show to Kingston despite recent injuries to their lead singer.Continue...

Comfort in tears

Andrew McPhail opens a new exhibit at Union Gallery.Continue...

Metal meets Limestone

Ohbijou released their third album ahead of a tour stop in Kingston.Continue...

On the classic track

Tommy Youngsteen plays the hits from Young, Petty and the Boss.Continue...

SoHo strut

Novellino's owner started a modelling agency.Continue...

The frog princess

Jenny Sampirisi discusses her poetry collection, Croak.Continue...

Autumn inauguration

A collaborative launch by Coach House Books and Snare Books of five new titles.Continue...

'Weird around the edges'

Peter Elkas comes to Kingston with his new record, Repeat Offenders.Continue...

Dangling carrots

Newfoundland musician Mark Bragg plays the Mansion on Tuesday.Continue...

A game of two cities

The Agnes Etherington puts on Vera Frenkel's String Games.Continue...

‘The joy of not being dead’

Andrew W.K. is back on another Canadian tour.Continue...

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