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Schabas on point

A review with Queen's grad and new author Martha Schabas.Continue...

Skank revival

The Planet Smashers bring the ska subculture back to Kingston.Continue...

Back on the map

Bruce Peninsula returns with a new album and tour.Continue...

Limestone literature

The sixth annual Kingston Writersfest begins this week.Continue...

Radical audio

The Vapours concert series return as a part of this year's Kingston Multicultural Arts Festival.Continue...

Enchanting experience

The Screening Room begins a guest speaker initiative this Sunday.Continue...

Ominous grooves

A review of Mother Mother's sold out show at the Mansion on Wednesday.Continue...

Sleuth youth

The Sleuth Bears release their debut album tonight.Continue...

The Dales beat

Queen's beatboxing star, Julia Dales is headed back to Kingston.Continue...

Lyrical epiphanies

Ahead of their show tonight at the Mansion, Mother Mother talks to the Journal about life since EurekaContinue...

A tapestry tale

A Tapestry of Birth at Union Gallery explores one artist's concerns during her first pregnancy.Continue...

Lady and a vamp

The Mystery of Irma Vep is the new production from the King's Town Players.Continue...

Humorous grace

Jack Grace of the Jack Grace Band talks to the Journal about drinking and lovers.Continue...

Crafted luxuries

Two Kingston artists are bringing their hand-crafted goods to the international market through Etsy.Continue...

Far from leftovers

A review of the August 30 release of PS I Love You's new digital download Figure it Out.Continue...

Bodily ornamentation

The Agnes' newest exhibit explores human desire to adorn the body.Continue...

A break from vacation

The Great Lake Swimmers will play the Wolfe Island Music Festival tonightContinue...

Art from the heart

The 30th Women’s Art Festival will host around 200 female artists next month at Kingston’s City Park. Art installations will be on display throughout the park and a percentage of the proceeds will be donated to local women’s charities.Continue...

Hand down your pants hip hop

Before he hits the stage at Wolfe Island Music Festival this August, Buck 65 discusses tour necessities, fan adoration and his work with Jenn Grant.Continue...

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