Festival

Queer film festival comes to Kingston

Exploring the relationships, struggles and joys of young people who are discovering their sexuality for the first time, the Reelout Queer Film Festival comes back to Kingston this month with a selection of 18 independent films.Continue...

Juggling festival proves to be an unconventional event

Kingston’s first Limestone City Juggling Festival since 2000 proved to be an unusual event that drew in spirited audiences and performers alike.Continue...

Festival of adventurous sound

Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre turns its space into an ultra-punk underground coldwave music concert for the 13th annual Tone Deaf Festival of Adventurous Sound Performance, which kicked off Thursday night.Continue...

KingstonFest focuses on sustainability

It was a cold and rainy Saturday morning, but that didn’t deter the crowds from attending the first KingstonFest on Oct. 4.

Run by Sustainable Kingston, the event focused on...Continue...

QPOP Music Festival: Day Two Review

A cumulative review of the 10 QPOP festival performances that occurred throughout the Grad Club, Clark Hall Pub, Common Ground (CoGro) and The Underground on Saturday night.Continue...

QPOP Music Festival: Day One Review

A cumulative review of the six QPOP festival performances throughout the Grad Club, Clark Hall Pub and The Underground on Friday night.Continue...

Campus music festival makes its debut

Involving eight different bodies and featuring 15 different bands, organizing QPOP Music Festival for the first time was no easy feat.Continue...

Creepy crawly cinema

With October looming, it’s primetime for scary movies, and Kingston’s Slimebone City Horror Film Festival is just around the corner.Continue...

WIMF: Day 1

A brief recap of the first day of festival activitiesContinue...

Music festival aims big

What better way to kick off the sizzling heat of August than spending two full days soaking up live tunes on a grassy, open field on Wolfe Island?Continue...

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