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Ray Robertson's How to Die will improve your life

For Canadian author Ray Robertson, death isn’t something to fret about: it’s something to face head-on.Continue...

The Journal's recommended Reading Week reading list

With midterms finally winding to a close, many students are headed home to enjoy a well-deserved rest. What better time than Reading Week to kick back with a good book and see what Canada’s authors have to offer?Continue...

Chris Jackson and Friends keep Friday nights surprising

Chris Jackson’s Friday night gig at BLUMartini has become a neighbourhood staple.Continue...

American comic to perform at Absolute Comedy Club

This May will mark 19 years since Sam Demaris was waiting tables at an Olive Garden in his hometown of Houston, Texas before he left to pursue comedy full-time. He’s been performing stand-up ever since.Continue...

Montréal-based band feels they're living the dream

The Day Dreamers will bring new music to Kingston when they play at The Mansion on Feb. 15.

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Celebrating Kingston's heART

Dinner and a movie is a tried-and-true way to celebrate Valentine’s Day, but Kingston has much more to offer than just food and films.Continue...

Queen's freshest funk band reaches new heights

MINT, Queen’s newly formed six-piece funk band, is on the rise.Continue...

Project Red puts heart health centre stage—literally

Heart health, but make it fashion.Continue...

Queen's Club dances for a cure

Dancerama, a Queen’s club raising money for cystic fibrosis research, is now including more acts in their once-dance-only recital, “Raising the Barre for Cystic Fibrosis.”Continue...

Undergraduate Review to host art gallery pop-up

Queen’s oldest arts and literature publication, Undergraduate Review , ventures into new territory.Continue...

UNICEF Queen's rounds off International Development Week

UNICEF Queen’s biannual charity concert is a chance to not only support children around the world, but to celebrate a job well done.Continue...

What's new with Blue Canoe?

Community theatre can be challenging at times, but Blue Canoe’s general manager says that the outcome is well worth it.Continue...

Annual Isabel event showcases global voices

This year’s Human Rights Arts Festival is embracing the communicative power of art.Continue...

Joshua Hyslop is taking no breaks

When Joshua Hyslop was 21, he decided to give up pursuing music.Continue...

Queen’s Commerce student publishes first book

Hailey Rodgers (Comm ’21) decided to follow her passion for writing, and published her first book, See Me, in December 2019.Continue...

Grad Club hosts charity dance party for Indigenous rights

A range of DJs will provide a soundtrack of an eclectic mix of pop, hip-hop, and dance favourites this Friday, all for a good cause.Continue...

The King's Town Players take on The Odd Couple, Female Version

With its raunchy comedy and themes of dysfunctional friendship, The Odd Couple, Female Version delights audience.Continue...

Autism Partnership's Trevstock takes Clark Hall

Trevstock hopes to bring autism awareness and local tunes to the Queen’s community.Continue...

The Wilderness take the lead in film alum's thesis documentary

Kingston’s music scene is legendary in its own right, but it’s also been known to inspire other artists’ work.Continue...

Reelout brings global LGBTQ+ cinema to Kingston

In 1999, Queen’s student Marney McDiarmid, a member of the OPIRG Kingston, was interested in art and queer activism.Continue...

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