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Commentary: Content creators deserve fair pay on streaming sites

Lawmakers need to consider the impact of large streaming sites on the artistic community.Continue...

NEW CITY to bring chart-topping singles to the Mansion

This Tuesday, NEW CITY will take over The Mansion as they visit Kingston on their North American tour.Continue...

Short film Fusl debuts at The Screening Room

On Oct. 13, a two-part short film debuted at The Screening Room about a woman’s journey home and the resilience of her migrant ancestors.Continue...

Queen’s Library opens historical Nuremberg Chronicle for students

On Tuesday, Principal Woolf introduced the 1493 edition of the Nuremberg Chronicle , the library’s newest rare book acquisition.Continue...

Keeping the art of pen craftsmanship alive

While most students grab a coffee and hit the books after class, Matt Vainer, ArtSci ’20, heads to the workshop to perfect his latest fountain pen.Continue...

Graphic novel explores sexuality and self-acceptance

After years of hiding his sexuality, Queen’s alum Mark Julien wrote his journey into a graphic novel— Justin Case and the Closet Monster .Continue...

Decades later, Mellencamp still wows audience at Leon’s Centre

Last Thursday, I time traveled for the first time.

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Hannah Claus’ words that are lasting unveiled at Macdonald Hall

On Friday, the law faculty unveiled artist Hannah Claus’ words that are lasting.Continue...

Maryam Monsef launches Women of Impact in Canada Gallery at the Agnes

On Tuesday, Queen’s hosted generations of feminist icons in the Agnes as it launched the Woman of Impact in Canada Gallery.

Minister of Status of Women, Maryam Monsef, led the event and...Continue...

Cowboy Junkies talk new album, Kingston tour stop

Thirty years since the Cowboy Junkies’ humble beginnings in a Toronto garage, their place in Canadian music has never wavered.Continue...

Commentary: Millenials for the arts

A “culture lover” conjures up images of a wealthy old woman, gliding through a white-walled art gallery to the strains of Tchaikovsky.Continue...

Sarah Harmer ticks off ballads for new voting system

Sarah Harmer will be busting out her guitar in support of an upcoming ballot initiative at the Spire this coming Tuesday.Continue...

Kiss the Fish wins Battle of the Bands

Clark Hall house band Kiss The Fish’s dedication to each other and their music keeps them afloat in the Kingston music scene.Continue...

Play relives Vimy Ridge

In Vimy, the character can’t forget the World War I battle they survived—their haunted memories are “all stuck in here.”Continue...

Kingston’s Writersfest returns for 10th anniversary

At the 10th annual Kingston Writersfest, Queen’s students and local residents will gather in the Holiday Inn with some of the most esteemed authors in Canada.

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Arts in Brief: City holds culture days this weekend

This weekend, the Kingston Arts Council will be hosting Culture Days, part of a nation-wide event celebrating community culture in municipalities....Continue...

Dringo Starr DJ’s ’80s dance party

If you’re looking for a dance party this Thursday, try the Brooklyn.Continue...

Cadence Weapon kicks off tour at The Grad Club

When Cadence Weapon takes the stage at the Grad Club on Friday night, he’ll welcome criticism.Continue...

Tau Lewis nears end of campus residency

Tau Lewis, the artist-in-residence at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, never planned on pursuing a career in art.Continue...

Frank Turner talks upcoming Ale Show

Frank Turner won’t tell you what he thinks.Continue...

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