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Diamond in the rough

The living room doubles as a stage, art gallery and soon-to-be yoga studio.Continue...

A childhood dream comes true

The horde of twenty-something girls was buzzing as they anxiously waited to fulfill their childhood dream, while I stood in the back of the room watching it all.Continue...

Empowerment in figures

A new exhibit on campus puts truth behind the saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder.”Continue...

Creating a common ground

Students will finally have the chance to hear from the author whose story they have read, analyzed and related to.Continue...

A study in static time

There aren’t many people who would be interested in an art exhibit that demands knowing every nuance of the art world.Continue...

Aaron’s party

It’s a well-known fact that Aaron Carter, child pop star and hip-hop artist, has often been reflected negatively in the media. It’s time, he says, to change that.Continue...

Student artwork below ground

The rebranding of Alfie’s brought more to the table than just a new name.Continue...

A voice for diversity

Lucas Silveira has a special association with Kingston – and its weather.Continue...

A quiet crisis

Urbanization has shaped the course of human interaction, plaguing society with a sense of emptiness and lack of interpersonal contact.Continue...

Queen’s student balances life as an actress

For many, deciding which universities to apply to is the biggest challenge of stepping into adulthood. For Zoë Belkin, aspiring actress and Queen’s student, this was only half of it.Continue...

Artful paranoia

The installations in the Knot Knock: Decoy Signs and Occult Operatives exhibit are simple yet the space they occupy is anything but empty. It’s charged with an enigmatic atmosphere.Continue...

Inspiration from the classics

Canadian singer-songwriter Megan Hamilton’s art and lifestyle is going back to the basics.Continue...

What we're listening to

The Journal Staff compiled a list of our most listened to albums from the past summer holidays.Continue...

A blast from the past

Had director Ken Weston not told me their venue, the Davies Foundation Auditorium, was a converted hockey arena, I would have never known. I could have sworn the atmosphere inside of the Leading Ladies production reflected exactly what a 1950s home would feel like.Continue...

The party is back in town

Toronto-based band Jane’s Party found their sound within diversity.Continue...

The gift of artistic diversity

As someone without much Canadian art background, A Canadian Collection: The Soloway Gift was a welcome introduction.Continue...

A haunting shock of colour

Unlike the artist’s surname, his exhibit Critical Mass is anything but gloomy.Continue...

Sweet Jets are moving up and on

Summer is at its end, but Sweet Jets aren’t leaving the beach.Continue...

The importance of space

For some, a production stops when the red curtain closes. For Aimee Bouchard, co-founder and managing director of Colliding Scopes, no such curtain exists.Continue...

The sounds of the Wolfe: Day Two

It was noon on Aug. 10 when we made our way towards the ferry dock, where people were already lined up. Festival-goers munched on late Tim Horton’s breakfasts and basked (or, like me, baked) in the sun, discussing their excitement for the day’s line up.Continue...

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