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Antique Market showcases unique variety of vintage art pieces

Every Sunday, vendors set up shop in Springer Market Square for Kingston’s weekly Antique Market, where local residents are given the opportunity to form a unique appreciation of vintage art forms that they wouldn’t generally see on a day-to-day basis.Continue...

Country strong sound

With vocals that seem both soothing and angry, and a togetherness that makes their sound effective at evoking both nostalgia and cheer, Toronto-based band NQ Arbuckle’s latest album The Future Happens Anyway is a hidden treasure within the country-rock genre.Continue...

Print performance art

The first in a lecture series arranged by the Queen’s Fine Arts department featured an intriguing look at the creative processes of print and media artist Alejandro Arauz.Continue...

Kingston welcomes new jewellery store

In the heart of downtown Kingston sits Alchemy House Jewellery, a newly-opened jewellery store that takes pride in their authentic, handmade products.Continue...

Timber Timbre keep us mystified

Timber Timbre’s dark musicality isn’t the only thing that sets them apart.Continue...

Kingston's Multicultural Festival showcases art from a diverse range of cultures

Kingston held its fifth annual Multicultural Arts Festival (KMAF) at Confederation Park on Sunday, a refreshing event abundant with food, music and community booths of all kinds.Continue...

Cardboard Crowns take their eclectic sound to the main stage

It took a few years for four Quebecers to take the leap from music-obsessed garage-dwellers to the band known as Cardboard Crowns.Continue...

Timber Timbre stays true to signature sound

Timber Timbre, a dark and intense Canadian folk-music band, is taking a more eccentric approach to their sound in their latest album Hot Dreams.Continue...

Mystery frosh concert presents students with a collection of indie-rock bands

This year’s mystery frosh week concert featured popular indie acts Plants and Animals, Hollerado and The New Pornographers. Despite their popularity, the performances were met with mixed reviews from the audience, who hoped for a more energy-inducing electro lineup.Continue...

Tett Centre crawls near to completion

After three years of construction, the J.K. Tett Centre is gearing up for its grand opening.Continue...

Modern Fuel prepares for a fresh start

Modern Fuel Artist-Run Centre is gearing up to move for the first time in 35 yearsContinue...

Creative collaboration takes the stage

A collaboration between Kingston-based professional artist Joanne Gervais and artistic guest Peggy Lum-Brouillard results in a unique mix of traditional and contemporary art.Continue...

Lost Cousins are finding their sound

Multiple performances in Ottawa, Barrie and Toronto indicated a strong end-of-summer finish for indie-rock band Lost Cousins, who hope to continue the success this year with an influx of new music.Continue...

WIMF: Day 2

A full-day of performances at Wolfe Island Music Festival, featuring K-OS, Shad, Young Galaxy and moreContinue...

WIMF: Day 1

A brief recap of the first day of festival activitiesContinue...

Kingston band shows their fighting spirit

It’s bad enough having to experience the sudden resignation of one band member, but when it happens multiple times and the remainder of the group still continues to make music, you’ve stumbled upon something special — just ask Kingston band Vorasek.Continue...

Crowds gather for annual spectacle

From magic to music to fire shows and everything in between, Kingston Buskers Festival is an annual event that showcases the talents of individuals and groups from all over the world.Continue...

Music festival aims big

What better way to kick off the sizzling heat of August than spending two full days soaking up live tunes on a grassy, open field on Wolfe Island?Continue...

Another Space Gallery kicks off a fresh start

Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery welcomed Toronto-based contemporary curator, Yan Wu, to curate the gallery’s current exhibit Another Space Gallery.Continue...

Panelists discuss art, war and the military

Thoughts of war and the military don’t often couple with the creative expression associated with art.Continue...

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