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Engaging in a national dialogue

Wednesday night at Stauffer Library took a new perspective on an educational turn.Continue...

Reclaiming significance

She was singing on her own long before she made a career of it.Continue...

Artful healing

Art has a healing power.Continue...

A musical hybrid

“That was amazing,” the couple beside me murmured, right after The Zolas left the stage.Continue...

Long weekend watches

Eight films currently in theatres to see over the long Thanksgiving weekend.Continue...

In spaces of spectacle

Lynne Marsh’s performance and video pieces concentrate on time and location — and the subtleties of everyday life.Continue...

‘There is a broader world outside of your bubble’

Matt Rogalsky knows his way around sounds — despite playing in the Tone Deaf festival next week.Continue...

Cerebral metaphors

Earth is in a beautiful heyday.Continue...

Mouthing off

Storytelling takes a new spin with Mouthy.Continue...

Exploring fantastical worlds at new heights

To the untrained eye, may look like a kindergarten classroom with its bright colours and imaginary creatures.Continue...

‘Arrogantly’ coming home

The Arrogant Worms came home to their alma mater this weekend.Continue...

What We're Listening To: Homecoming Edition

If you're in need of a playlist to get the adrenaline flowing for Homecoming, it's your lucky day.Continue...

Caught in the crossfire

Like a Quentin Tarantino film but shorter, Glengarry Glen Ross is a play that comes complete with strong characters, gritty and perfectly timed storytelling and, of course, extensive profanity.Continue...

When comedy and music collide

Alumni aren't the only ones coming home this weekend.Continue...

Getting past the ‘drinking party’

Queen’s Players is no longer just a drinking party.Continue...

‘Write the best story that’s in you’

You do it for the love of it.Continue...

Putting a face to the number

It’s doll making with a message.Continue...

Inspiration from abroad

One year makes all the difference.Continue...

Ten years and counting

A post-classic rock band from Montreal, Plants and Animals is comprised of guitarists-vocalists Warren Spicer and Nic Basque along with drummer-vocalist Matthew Woodley. The band isn’t new to Kingston.Continue...

A match made in heaven

The violin chose her — or, perhaps, they found each other.Continue...

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