Review

ZZ Top puts on a powerful show

ZZ Top planted their rock roots in Kingston with a concert that was nothing short of vivacious.Continue...

Oxfam throws an Oxjam

Midterm season is like a terrible gluten-free cookie. Someone told you there were chocolate chips in there that would make up for the late nights and long days but they seem rare.Continue...

Queen’s Drama presents Orbit

Most people have heard about the genius of the Renaissance Galileo Galilei, who was often hailed as the father of modern science and at one point was accused of heresy for challenging the Vatican’s view of the cosmos. But few know much about the man behind the science.Continue...

Existential drama

Imagine what would happen if three strangers were trapped in a room together with no windows or doors, and all of them are dead.Continue...

Muck brings nostalgia to Modern Fuel

Visual artist Martina Muck brought her unique artistic vision and plenty of nostalgia from her native Germany to Kingston’s Modern Fuel Gallery with her installation “Memory.”Continue...

Queen’s Players in perspective

Out of my four years of attending Queen’s Players productions, I can’t say I’ve ever
been sober.Continue...

Rebel for a cause

It’s a tale of elegant radicals where the classic is brought together with the avant-garde — and it’s uniquely Vogue.Continue...

Getting down close and personal

It’s uncomfortably good.Continue...

Recognize and recollect

Can we trust our own memory?Continue...

American Crime Story’s second season underwhelms

I truly hope the second season of American Crime Story will serve as a successful follow-up to the first season’s success. But after seeing this first episode, I find myself left with more questions than answers.Continue...

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