22oct_sfoster

Six Questions for Scott Foster

Scott Foster is admittedly, and perhaps proudly, not a politician. That said, his interest in municipal affairs can be traced back to the early 1980s when he served on the City's Planning Board, the Local Architectural Conservation Advisory Committee, and unsuccessfully bid ran to become the Public Utilities Commissioner. Originally from Winnipeg, Foster has lived in Kingston … [Read More...]

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15oct_mowen

Six Questions for Michael J.M. Owen

Today we kick off our mayoral interview series with Michael J.M. Owen. Owen is a lifelong Kingstonian and local business owner who has cultivated an impressive resume volunteering for a host of non-profit organizations. He is self-described … [Read More...]

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Six Questions for Emma Fleury

She may be Toronto’s latest independent film darling—playing the leading lady in the TIFF-debuted film It Was You Charlie—but she honed her craft here in Kingston, excelling in a range of drama courses at Queen’s University. This week, she … [Read More...]

13oct_BestItalian

Weekly Poll: Best Italian Restaurant in Kingston

We have so many great restaurants in ygk and they offer a pretty decent range of style and ethnicity for a city our size.   While there are still some gaps to fill, new restaurants are popping up all the time.  Readers recently expressed … [Read More...]

10oct_evanmitchell

Six Questions for Evan Mitchell

There are a lot of changes in store for The Kingston Symphony this season, which kicked off with a bang two weeks ago with an incredible performance of Berlioz's Symphonie Fantastique and Beethoven's 4th Piano Concerto at the brand new … [Read More...]

09oct_stuff

Kingstonist’s Challenge #150: Donate and Sell Stuff You Don’t Need

Welcome to Kingstonist’s weekly challenge, dare, resolution or whatever you prefer to call it. Each week we establish a new and ambitious community goal, encouraging our readers, followers, friends and families to step out of their comfort … [Read More...]