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Canadian lads on continental jaunt

On their new record, Vancouver-based group Bend Sinister are trading in their sound.Continue...

Student artist trio explores together

How does experience define us and connect us as humans beings?Continue...

Almost, Maine Photo Gallery

Set in a fictional small town in the midst of a Northern Maine winter, Almost, Maine explores the concept of love and how it comes and goes in the most unexpected ways.Continue...

Vagabond debuts new take on Caesar

Queen’s Vagabond’s production of Julius Caesar, while capably performed, stands as an unfortunate example of ambition outweighing affect.Continue...

Savage Pack returns to Kingston

Literature’s influence is prominent in the music of duo The Pack A.D.Continue...

Memories of east coast follow Montreal-based buddies

Montreal-based and Halifax-originated post-punk duo Special Noise are returning to Kingston.Continue...

Striking hard and changing colours

For Dean Povinsky, of Toronto-based band Wildlife, Kingston is familiar ground.Continue...

Cross-cultural rock comes to Clark

This Saturday, the anthemic rock of Toronto-based band Highs will be concentrated within the beer-soaked walls of Clark Hall Pub.Continue...

Husband-wife duo ponder signing

Things are accelerating quickly for Dear Rouge.Continue...

A persistent voice

Long after the hullabaloo fades from the upcoming performance by A Tribe Called Red, Aboriginal issues will continue to be discussed by a few dedicated community members.Continue...

Tribe transcends cultural division

A Tribe Called Red is making progress.Continue...

Exploring indigenous masculinity

When Sam McKegney saw the dearth of academic conversation on Aboriginal masculine identities, he started one himself.Continue...

The relatability of ‘real’ television

Long before Juan Pablo charmed us on the past season of The Bachelor, viewers were tuning into CBS to watch Jeff Probst announce the first-ever winner of Survivor: Borneo.Continue...

Together in camping

Award-winning Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor’s A Beautiful View is, at its simplest, an exploration of friendship. Beyond that, it’s a view of all the little events, coincidence, and choices that make up life.Continue...

Civil war in the living room

A new Kingston-based stage company, Theatre Mies, makes a bold debut this week at the Artel with its production of Abi Morgan’s Splendour.Continue...

Taking the plunge together

Don’t be afraid to take your first plunge into the passion that drives you.Continue...

Giller Prize winner comes to campus

For the past seven years, the English department has sent off graduating students with the help of a great Canadian author.Continue...

Profs perform for students and friends

Not many undergrads get to see their professors in action.Continue...

Vogue delves into Art Deco

In its 17th year, the Vogue Charity Fashion Show (VCFS) takes the stage for a study in the Art Deco lifestyle for their spring student showcase.Continue...

KC gets funky

KC Roberts and the Live Revolution are out to make you forget your troubles.Continue...

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