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Kingston musician takes the stage

Kingston-native musician Chris Koster isn’t afraid to take risks when it comes to the potential betterment of his sound, and releasing three albums next year is his newest gamble.Continue...

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Visual artist Martina Muck brought her unique artistic vision and plenty of nostalgia from her native Germany to Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery with her installation “Memory.”Continue...

Alumnus breaks into gallery business

Gallery owner and Queen’s art history graduate Mark Zadorozny took his passion for visual art and turned it into a career.Continue...

H’Art exhibition shows a lot of heart

Fine art and fine dining unite to create an unforgettable exhibition in downtown Kingston.Continue...

Writers recite poetic connection

All art is deeply intertwined, and if we attempt to absorb it, we can be inspired in a multitude of waysContinue...

Literary icon leaves legacy

Canadian author, environmentalist, and activist Farley Mowat passed away on May 6 at the age of 92.Continue...

Hollerado impresses with White Paint

It’s not surprising that Canadian band Hollerado has risen to fame over the last few years.Continue...

Art centre receives large donation

Last month, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre received a donation of 68 paintings by Dutch and Flemish Baroque artists, such as Abraham van Dijck and Willem Drost.Continue...

Cody Allen goes solo

Growing up in a small town didn’t stop folk-rock singer Cody Allen from pursuing his dreams of making a name for himself in the music world.Continue...

Art outside the gallery

Visual artist Ben Darrah’s work has been displayed at venues across North America and Europe.Continue...

Kingston arts scene: best of the best

Journal staff members recount three standout arts events that took place in the city this yearContinue...

Cousins conquer against all odds

This year, up-and-coming Halifax band Cousins are bringing their Maritime sound all across the country.Continue...

Moving on from their campus haunt

It’s difficult to believe that Friends of Genghis only recently began to receive more recognition within the community.Continue...

Classic hunt for grail still holds wine

Are you feeling in the dumps from the crushing load of upcoming exams? Spoil yourself with a hilarious musical treat and go see QMT’s rendition of Spamalot, which will surely help you look on the bright side of life.Continue...

Something doesn’t fit

Emily Zielke, BFA ’14, presents a view of the unsettled psyche in her exhibit, Wednesday of the Week.Continue...

All chemistry

After years leaving things up to chance, all-Canadian band Mounties have taken control.Continue...

Busy stage can’t deter narrative

As a 90-year-old woman whose days are numbered, Mrs. Shipley remembers a life lived in obstinate pride and loss.Continue...

Brothers bring the spoils of youth

Ontario act Teenage Kicks have been honing their craft for years.Continue...

The dead are alive and singing

Evil Dead: The Musical is finally opening in Kingston.Continue...

Local and colourful

Nan Yeomans’ Intimate Views provides a unique look back at Kingston.Continue...

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