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Campus music festival makes its debut

Involving eight different bodies and featuring 15 different bands, organizing QPOP Music Festival for the first time was no easy feat.Continue...

The Creepshow shakes up the music scene

It’s all about passion, soul, and hard rock and roll for Burlington-band The Creepshow with their most recent full-length album They All Fall Down. Continue...

Queen’s Reads hosts author talk with novelist and doctor Vincent Lam

Experienced emergency physician and renowned Canadian author Vincent Lam held a public lecture on Saturday for a Queen’s Reads Author Talks event.Continue...

Writer’s Festival brings over 60 renowned authors to Kingston

Canadian authors from all literary genres came together from Sept. 24-28 to host over 50 events for the sixth annual Kingston’s Reader and Writer’s Festival.Continue...

Megumi Masaki soaks Isabel Bader Performing Arts Centre in music

As the inaugural concert of the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, Music 4 Eyes and Ears set the bar high in terms of creativity and innovation.Continue...

Tales of troubled youth

It’s easy to hold an audience’s attention when the first thing you say involves high-school students joking about hiding the body of someone who’s face has been chewed off by a dog.Continue...

Creepy crawly cinema

With October looming, it’s primetime for scary movies, and Kingston’s Slimebone City Horror Film Festival is just around the corner.Continue...

Annual Kingston WritersFest returns

The Kingston WritersFest has arrived and promises to provide a celebratory discussion of literature, performance art, workshops and more held by a wide range of authors.Continue...

Vorano’s developmental endeavours

With plans to form ties with Indigenous communities and teaching in the gallery space, Norman Vorano well-prepared to assume the role of curator of Indigenous art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC).Continue...

Vorano’s developmental endeavours

With plans to form ties with Indigenous communities and teaching in the gallery space, Norman Vorano well-prepared to assume the role of curator of Indigenous art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre (AEAC).Continue...

Stones in the Woods sheds light on part of the community's history

Set in a quiet, woody area of City Park, Stones in the Woods isn’t only a historically informative play, but an intimate, well-acted one.Continue...

Silent stories from inside Kingston Penitentiary

“Never snitch on nobody period, sometimes blood and money is the only mix, when against fire use water if fire does not work.”Continue...

Writer Jordan Abel hosts Indigenous-issue-focused poetry reading sparks dialogue

Conceptual writer and poet Jordan Abel hosted a poetry slam based on Indigenous representation in literature at Watson Hall on Monday.Continue...

Nature meets fantasy

With a particular focus on nature, fairy tales and the secrecy of the human mind, artist Rebecca Cowan’s series Nymphs - New Works in Mixed Media is the epitome of thought-provoking art.Continue...

A Gentlemanly affair

It was only a matter of time before multiple-genre band Gentlemen Husbands caught the attention of big-name producer Gavin Brown to produce their latest EP House of Cards. Continue...

A family affair

After its first performance in Chicago in 2007, Tracy Lett’s August: Osage County has made its way to Broadway and to theatres all across the world. Now it’s at the Theological Hall’s
Rotunda Theatre.Continue...

Bringing Bounce to Stages

Australian DJs Will Sparks, Joel Fletcher and Timmy Trumpet, also known as “Team Lunatics”, have just embarked on a Bounce Bus tour together across North America, including Kingston as their first of four Ontario dates.Continue...

Local musician Jonas Lewis-Anthony kicks off campaign for prospective album

Solo-acoustic artist Jonas Lewis-Anthony, who goes by the name “Wendigo Jo”, is no stranger to the ups and downs of being a musician trying to "make it" in the business.Continue...

Derek Sullivan calls our perspectives into question

Artist Derek Sullivan is looking to break the bond between image and experience.Continue...

The Isabel hosts first-ever open house for students

The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts held an open house for students on Saturday, celebrating the launch of a number of arts series and performances that the building offers.Continue...

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