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Weekly Poll: Best Chicken Wings in Kingston

Now that we are well into the throes of the 2015 NHL Play-offs, and local spring sports leagues are starting up, many of us are searching for the perfect place to cheer on our favourite team or hang out after a soccer or baseball game. When it comes to finding a suitable hangout, our sights are typically set on local bars and pubs, and the grub they offer is usually a deciding … [Read More...]

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Kyra and Tully: Journey Home

Kingston folk duo Kyra and Tully spent the last four years writing their latest album, Journey Home.  This highly anticipated 5 song EP is their fourth release and continues to explore the themes of love, nature and the mysteries of human … [Read More...]

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#ygkChallenge: Spring Thaw Clean Up

The #ygkchallenge is an ongoing series where we dare you to be different, resolve to be better, and or do something awesome in support of our beloved community. Each week, Kingstonist establishes a new, ambitious or quirky goal, encouraging … [Read More...]

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The Art of Holding On

Maggie Naylor is a photojournalism student at Loyalist College who recently unveiled a short titled 'The Art of Holding On' (embedding disabled - view it here), which offers a glimpse into the life on renowned local visual artist Verna … [Read More...]

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Hero Fest 2015

Kingston welcomed self-professed nerds of all sorts this weekend for one of the city’s first Comicon and cosplay events. For the uninitiated, cosplay involves dressing up in costume as a beloved character from a comic, movie, video game, or … [Read More...]

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Weekly Poll: Best Pasta in Kingston

Last Fall we ran a highly contested poll to identify the best Italian restaurant Kingston has to offer. The race was too close to call, with one of my personal favourites, Casa, narrowly beating their next door neighbour, Olivea, by a … [Read More...]