Kingston

Stroud to run for Sydenham District

Peter Stroud says he was inspired to run for City Council after the November OMB decision that ensured that his district —Sydenham — would continue to exist.Continue...

Big city opportunity close to home

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is back, and students are becoming more important to it than ever.Continue...

Glover backs out

Sydenham District Councillor Bill Glover has announced that he won’t run in the upcoming
municipal election.Continue...

Fine dining in the west end: Days on Front

Walking into Days on Front is a real contrast to the run-down plaza it’s situated in. Don’t let the exterior confuse you. Its non-descript location in Kingston’s west end allows Days on...Continue...

Classics and interactive: The Screening Room

Kingston was dearly missing something, before The Screening Room brought classic movies downtown.

“I just thought… if we could watch classic movies in the cinemas in Kingston,”...Continue...

Louder than the noise

With a soft voice, digital vocals and unmistakeable guitar loops, Craig Cardiff’s music reflects an uncompromising humanitarian.Continue...

Minotaur: more than a minefield of games

Life can sometimes take us through wonderfully divergent paths before revealing our true passion: the co-owners of the Princess Street game store worked in archeology and catering before...Continue...

Poetry comes to life

Poetry, according to Bruce Kauffman, is a song that communicates passion to people.Continue...

Centuries past

In the basement of City Hall lies one of the first police cell blocks in Kingston, built in 1844 and first used in 1906.Continue...

Garbage grind

A City-run waste audit will evaluate if our garbage is, in fact, garbage.Continue...

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