Kingston

Moving out of the “monster house”

Mould, flooding, poor insulation and inadequate locks were the norm for student housing in 2010 — often in converted “monster houses”.Continue...

Sex in the city

Whether on the street, within massage parlours or at a strip club, sex is a commodity to be sold in Kingston.Continue...

Talking Heads: Do you think Kingston is viable market for Uber?

Talking Heads for Friday, Feb. 12, 2015.Continue...

Musiikki: Coffee house meets whiskey bar

At first glance, Musiikki Café isn’t immediately noticeable for its “hole-in-the-wall” appearance, but if you’re curious enough to venture in, you’ll be pleased with what you find....Continue...

A ride to remember

Taxi drivers are a group of storytellers that often go unacknowledged in this city.

In my experience, you’re able to hear a driver’s life story, learn a few of their dreams and...Continue...

Annual Kingston WritersFest returns

The Kingston WritersFest has arrived and promises to provide a celebratory discussion of literature, performance art, workshops and more held by a wide range of authors.Continue...

184th Fall Fair a rewarding day for all

Running from the Sept. 11-14, the 184th Kingston Fall Fair showcased some of the best horseback riders, lawn tractor racers, country singers and giant sunflower growers that Kingston has...Continue...

Jina Sushi closed in May due to immigration violations

The Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) confirmed on June 16 that local restaurant Jina Sushi had violated immigration laws.Continue...

Skinhead group returns to town

Members of the Southern Ontario Skinheads visited Kingston in mid-March and again in May, leaving behind a poster in the student housing area.Continue...

Jina Sushi closes, reopens to speculation about immigration violations

Local restaurant Jina Sushi closed both of its locations on April 23.Continue...

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