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Alleycat Antiques will never stop surprising customers.Continue...

Books breed wonder

If a customer is ever short on change, Walter Cipin lets them buy their book at a discounted price. It’s a move that not many shop owners make nowadays, but Cipin likes to make an impression on first-time customers.Continue...

The Alibi, local Kingston bar, permanently closes its doors

The Alibi, a local Kingston bar, has permanently closed its doors because of the operational challenges associated with COVID-19.Continue...

A tour guide’s timeline of the city Queen’s calls home

Whether you’re just starting at Queen’s or you’ve lived in Kingston for years, there’s probably lots of interesting history about this city that you’ve never learned.Continue...

Summer Picks: Kingston’s best patios

Kingston has finally warmed up, which can only mean one thing for students and residents alike: it’s officially patio season.Continue...

Anti-homeless architecture is inhumane

Whether it’s armrests dividing benches, or spikes surrounding buildings, anti-homeless architecture is inhumane. Often politely labelled “defensive architecture,” some public spaces are designed to...Continue...

Alternative Tour of the Town

Learning the ins-and-outs of Kingston can be overwhelming–luckily, we got you covered.Continue...

Kingston's Little France

Martello Alley is a dead-end off of Wellington Street that doubles as a scaled-down French village.Continue...

Global cultures collide in Kingston

A vibrant and raucous celebration of Kingston’s culturally diverse communities took over Confederation Park last Sunday, with art, dance and food from around the world.Continue...

Sweat away the stress

If you’ve been waiting for the chance to balance on your hands in a boiling hot room, you’re in luck.

Downtown Kingston’s first Moksha yoga studio opened late in 2014 to provide a...Continue...

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