Kingston

Let’s talk about Kasador

On Wednesday, Kingston crew Kasador brought the heat to the Grad Club.Continue...

TIFF ‘16 to feature Queen’s team and Kingston native

In the film industry, September is one of the most important months of the year. As the season turns, thousands of filmmakers, celebrities, movie-lovers and critics flock to Ontario’s capital for the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).Continue...

Kingston Hot Spots

One of the best parts of going to school at Queen’s is the town it’s inContinue...

Dorm room decorating

When I moved away for university, one of the things I was most excited about was getting to decorate my new dorm room and I chose a bohemian theme involving lots of colours, patterns and elephants for my small single room — a design decision I came to regret fairly quickly as my taste changed.Continue...

Looking through the stained glass of Kingston's history

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre has a new piece in its collection that combines art, history and politics into a story of Kingston’s beginnings.Continue...

Kingston to live stream The Hip’s farewell concert

On August 20, all of Kingston will have a front row seat to music history, as the beloved Kingston-bred band, The Tragically Hip say farewell to their fans with a final concert at the K-Rock Centre that will be live streamed in Market Square.Continue...

The Tragically Hip to receive honorary Queen’s degree

Renowned musicians The Tragically Hip will be among the 16 people receiving honorary degrees from Queen’s this spring.Continue...

The Sleepless Goat to close

The Sleepless Goat, an iconic downtown Kingston cafe, has announced that it's shutting down after 23 years of operations.

The cafe announced its closure on its Facebook page on Wednesday,...Continue...

Syrian refugee gets fresh start in Kingston

After three years of traveling from Syria to Lebanon to Jordan, Peter — a refugee escaping from the Syrian Civil War — finally arrived in Kingston on Boxing Day.Continue...

Baseball speaker series comes to Kingston

If the Blue Jays 2015 playoff run taught us anything, it’s probably that Canada’s obsession with baseball is stronger than we think.Continue...

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