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Must-see exhibitions at the Agnes

At the end of the year, the Agnes Etherington Art Centre will close for renovations and updated exhibitions.Continue...

‘Stutz’ is a must watch

World renowned psychiatrist Phil Stutz is the focal point of the documentary titled after him. Directed by friend and patient Jonah Hill, Stutz intimately explores the therapeutic process by reverting the doctor-patient binary between the two of them as they recount their journeys in mental health.Continue...

What’s your medium?

The exploration of self through ink on skin has been practiced across the world for thousands of years.Continue...

How golden is 'Golden Words'?

“My vibe so raw, you’ll love me on accident,” reads the meme page of Golden Words—effectively reaching into the souls of the socially awkward bitties in need of some holiday romance.Continue...

Union Gallery and PSAC 901 offers space for conversation and connection

Union Gallery is collaborating with PSAC 901 to create a space for discourse on the binary between student and worker experienced by international graduate students at Queen’s.Continue...

Album review: ‘King’s Disease III’

On King’s Disease III, Nas and Hit-Boy once again reign supreme.Continue...

Art and climate intersects at museums around the world

Art museums across the world have been the setting for the latest climate protests as activists have taken throwing everything from soup to mashed potatoes on famous paintings.Continue...

Review: 'These Deeds'

With vampires, cowboys, and Jack the Ripper, Craig Walker’s These Deeds certainly has a lot to offer. Solid performances and excellent set design help bring the characters to life.Continue...

Open Mic Night returns to Common Ground

Common Ground Coffeehouse’s (CoGro) Open Mic Nights are returning this month.Continue...

The duality of Mia Goth in ‘X’

Ti West’s recent film, X , takes horror back to its roots—rid of psychological warfare and instead renewing classic slasher tropes alongside erotica.Continue...

Review: ‘Her Loss’

The quasi-collaborative effort of Her Loss is the best album Drake has dropped since 2017’s More Life.Continue...

The art of movie soundtracks

A movie is only as good as its soundtrack.Continue...

The Blue Stones to headline Ale House on Nov. 9

Windsor-based band, The Blue Stones, began touring their third and newest album Pretty Monster today.Continue...

CFRC’s Shortwave Theatre Festival kicks off this week

CFRC’s Shortwave Theatre Festival kicked off this week, presenting a week of radio plays and programming.Continue...

Chë: sustainability, creativity, and craft

Isolation can foster creativity; it can push one to try things they may not have before.Continue...

What's your medium?

British fashion designer Vivianne Westwood describes fashion as a philosophy of life, a way to connect with oneself and those around them.Continue...

‘Midnights’ is a synth pop masterpiece

When fans met Taylor Swift at midnight, they received a sleepless night conceptualized, a whole lot of Jack Antonoff, and the sentiment “life is emotionally abusive.” It was the perfect formula.Continue...

‘Close to My Heart (Near & Dear)’ debuts at Hoopla Gallery

“Close to My Heart (Near & Dear)” debuted at Hoopla Gallery this week, paying homage to Kellogg’s cereal, clowns, and community in an immersive experience.Continue...

Skye Wallace to perform at the Broom Factory

With a new album on the horizon, Toronto-based artist Skye Wallace is set to perform in Kingston at the Broom Factory, a new, up-and-coming live music venue.Continue...

Vivek Shraya takes the Grand Theatre

When The Journal entered the Baby Grand theatre to watch Vivek Shraya perform, it wasn’t sure what to expect.Continue...

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