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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...

Matt Lang shows Québec’s take on country music

Québécois country music singing Matt Lang gives Nashville a run for its money.Continue...

Dan School of Drama and Music presents first 2020 Faculty Artist Series show

The Dan School of Drama and Music will present From Bader Lane to Broadway this weekend at the Isabel Bader Centre.Continue...

Bounce House grapples with grief and motherly love

Jennica Harper’s Bounce House explores the highs and lows of mother and daughter relationships with sensitivity and focus.Continue...

The Blue Stones bring hard work to fast rock

The Blue Stones know one thing to be certain: you’ve got to work hard if you want to party hard.Continue...

Caveboy's debut album leans heavy on nostalgia

Michelle Bensimon's husky voice echoes over the dreamy synthesizers that give Caveboy’s hype-dance music its ethereal appeal.Continue...

Banff Mountain Film Festival comes back to town

Since 1992, the Banff Centre Mountain Film Festival World Tour has been stopping into Kingston to display films by creators from all walks of life and levels of experience.Continue...

Froid’Art puts Kingston artists on ice

If you walk downtown this month, you might notice a series of ice-encased paintings have cropped up in local businesses’ storefronts.Continue...

QMT production Beauty and the Beast enchants at Theological Hall

Be our guest,” sings Queen’s Musical Theatre’s cast of Beauty and the Beast . The timeless story is the latest productiontaken on by the campus group.Continue...

Domino Theatre takes on Depression-era classic

An American classic from the early 1900s continues to inspire and provoke audiences—doing so right here from Kingston.Continue...

January in the Agnes

This month, the Agnes is welcoming eight new exhibits.Continue...

BFA student's art speaks for itself

BFA student Johanna Schaly resists giving her artwork too much meaning. Instead, she lets it speak for itself.Continue...

Queen's Yu Theatre Society Debuts The Storm: Festival

Since its inception in 2018, the Yu Theatre Society at Queen’s has aimed to give Chinese international students a distinctly Chinese theatre experience while sharing dramatic narratives with the rest of the Kingston community.Continue...

Jens Krüger give back while rocking out

Jens Krüger will bring humour and heart to Trek for Teen’s Kingston Chapter’s fourth annual charity concert.Continue...

Barrasso to bring pace and energy to the Kingston scene

Montreal-based punk rock band Barrasso will stop into Kingston this weekend as part of their Ontario tour.Continue...

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