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An Enemy of the People makes its Kingston debut

When a play causes feelings of tension and unpredictability in the audience about its unfolding, it’s clear the actors have done their job right.Continue...

Oxfam throws an Oxjam

Midterm season is like a terrible gluten-free cookie. Someone told you there were chocolate chips in there that would make up for the late nights and long days but they seem rare.Continue...

Festival of adventurous sound

Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre turns its space into an ultra-punk underground coldwave music concert for the 13th annual Tone Deaf Festival of Adventurous Sound Performance, which kicked off Thursday night.Continue...

Queen’s Drama presents Orbit

Most people have heard about the genius of the Renaissance Galileo Galilei, who was often hailed as the father of modern science and at one point was accused of heresy for challenging the Vatican’s view of the cosmos. But few know much about the man behind the science.Continue...

Pointillist-style exhibition leaves audiences pondering

Teresa Mrozicka’s oil-painting exhibition Blue invited viewers to interpret earthly subject matter portrayed through vibrant colours and pointillism styles.Continue...

The Wilderness of Manitoba kicks off North American tour

Fresh off the release of their sixth album Between Colours , the Wilderness of Manitoba is preparing to go on tour to promote their newest arrangement of eclectic tunes.Continue...

GOB bring their newest album to Kingston

Vibrant guitar, beating drums and roaring vocal harmonies dominate most of GOB’s latest full-length album Apt. 13. Continue...

Speed painting

Live competitive painting, alcohol and a jubilant audience made for a spirited atmosphere at yesterday’s Art Battle in Kingston.Continue...

Pick Brothers stand strong

With an upcoming tour and a prospective album in the works, the eclectic trio of brothers in the Pick Brothers Band are prepared to make 2015 their year.Continue...

Existential drama

Imagine what would happen if three strangers were trapped in a room together with no windows or doors, and all of them are dead.Continue...

Honesty on stage

On Wednesday evening, Kingston’s newest coffee shop, Musiikki café, welcomed a duo performance from singers and songwriters Hilary Grist and Christa Couture.Continue...

Moving words from Kingston’s creatives

Poetry is a great way to provide social commentary and express creativity, and it often acts as a therapeutic outlet.Continue...

ConEd students congregrate at CoGro

Welcoming Concurrent Education (ConEd) students to showcase their talents in front of their peers, Concurrent Education Students Association (CESA) held the first of their biannual open-microphone coffee house events at Common Ground.Continue...

A haven for the vintage music lover

With vinyl dealers from around Ontario filling the space with boxes upon boxes of records covering every genre imaginable, Mac-Brown Hall became home to the Kingston Record Show on Sunday.Continue...

QPOP Music Festival: Day Two Review

A cumulative review of the 10 QPOP festival performances that occurred throughout the Grad Club, Clark Hall Pub, Common Ground (CoGro) and The Underground on Saturday night.Continue...

QPOP Music Festival: Day One Review

A cumulative review of the six QPOP festival performances throughout the Grad Club, Clark Hall Pub and The Underground on Friday night.Continue...

Russell Peters brings his humour to Kingston

Russell Peters brought his notorious humour to Kingston’s K-Rock Centre on Sunday to an impressive crowd of over 600 Kingston residents and students.Continue...

Slamming the status quo

Queen’s Poetry Slam has seen a rise in participants this school year, which founder Danielle D’Entremont finds encouraging.Continue...

Nick Faye’s resonant sound

A good artist will often cope with the everyday struggles of life by channeling their experiences, feelings and thoughts into their music, and that’s exactly what singer-songwriter Nick Faye does.Continue...

Art conservationist looks back

Queen’s Art History programme has produced plenty of successful alumni, and Srebrenka
Bogovic-Zeskoski is no exception.Continue...

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