Kingston

Students in transit

Features takes a look at the day-to-day experiences of Kingston Transit drivers and how their services will change in 2013.Continue...

Skeleton Park earns its name

Cemetery under Skeleton Park resurfaces after spring thaw.Continue...

Home-grown Thanksgiving

Turkey-free recipes using products within a 160-kilometre radius of Kingston.Continue...

Into the depths of Wildlife

Wildlife bring their show to Kingston despite recent injuries to their lead singer.Continue...

One Stop through time

The owners of Campus One Stop open up about their time in the Student Ghetto fixture.Continue...

Taxing nights behind the wheel

The Journal takes an inside look at one taxi driver’s experience in Kingston.Continue...

Film facelift

The new owner of a local movie theatre is looking to attract students. Wendy Huot, a Queen’s University librarian, bought the Screening Room at 120 Princess St. this June. She said she’s hoping to add late-night screenings of horror and cult films to “encourage a different crowd and be a little
bit rowdier."Continue...

Sipping local: exploring lesser-known Kingston coffee shops

With Kingston claiming the title of highest per capita restaurants in the country, it’s no surprise the city is saturated with charming, small-town coffee shops.Continue...

Talking Heads: Why did you choose Queen’s?

“What sealed the deal for me was touring the day before Homecoming (I clearly was unaware of how wild Queen's Hoco was, being an American student). I saw all the alumni walking around in their Queen's jackets and I'd honestly never seen so much school pride at any other school I'd toured.” Anna Reynolds, ArtSci ‘21 Continue...

When Kingston becomes a movie set

Queen’s students who spend years exploring Kingston often think they know the city well enough to navigate it blindfolded. Unknowingly, these same students are also likely to have watched a movie, TV show, or music video that’s used Kingston as its chameleonic backdrop.Continue...

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