Food

Eating well on the cheap

You’re broke. Tuition costs and rent payments have bled your bank, and you feel a pang of guilt every time you pull out your debit card. You’ve sold everything you possibly can on “Free...Continue...

Pedalling to promote local business

Do you dread the trek out into the snow to pick up groceries or crave sushi but can’t bring yourself to change out of your pyjamas? For $4, you no longer have to.

Eli Scheinman...Continue...

Rib festival serves up a saucy event

Barbequed meat and microbrewed beer make a tasty combination. This was the showcase at Kingston’s Ribfest and Craft Beer Show which celebrated its second year from Sept. 5-7.

Many...Continue...

Food for thought

You are what you eat.Continue...

Exchange Diaries: Settling in for the semester

Chloe Grande is in France on exchange for the upcoming year. She will be sharing her experience as a regular contributor for QJBlogs.

My anxiety levels hit a new high the day I...Continue...

Summer margaritas

Nothing beats making a homemade margarita. Making these drinks is a cost effective way to save on overpriced restaurant drinks and serving them is a great way to entertain friends and famiy....Continue...

What can $8.75 buy?

Every first-year meal plan at Queen’s comes with 200 meal equivalencies — meals that can be traded for up to $8.75 worth of tax-exempt food items at campus food retailers.Continue...

Treat yourself to a taste of Kingston

The top places in town for food and drinkContinue...

Subscription boxes: are they right for you?

Overwhelming is an understatement when it comes to the vast selection of high-end products out there. Online subscription boxes offer an unique shopping experience for those wanting to sample...Continue...

A detour through Prince Edward County

By Jessica Chong
Blogs Editor

It’s often you’ll find yourself on Highway 401 hoping for the shortest trip home from Kingston to Toronto. The weekend after I had finished exams...Continue...

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